2019-2020 Smart Justice Legislative Tracker
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Bill NumberDescriptionStatusPassed both chambers?Signed into law?
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HB 4Omnibus Sentencing Act that removes drug crimes from violent felony list, expands mechanisms to apply directly to court for sentence modification in certain circumstances, and creates a sentencing guidelines regime. Out of House Judiciary CommitteeNoNo
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HB 5Expand judicial discretion to impose concurrent sentencingPassed House and SenateYesYes
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HB 7 w/ HA 1Amends licensing bills to exclude fewer people with criminal histories from obtaining a Massage and Bodywork licensePassed House and SenateYesNo
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HB 8Tax credits for hiring formerly incarcerated peopleNoNo
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HB 124Amends licensing bills to exclude fewer people with criminal histories from obtaining a Plumbing and HVAC licensePassed House and SenateYesNo
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SS 1 for SB 37 w/ SA 1Expands adult expungement opportunities Passed House and SenateYesYes
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SB 39Allows court to consider ability to pay a fine/fee before imposition and stops the process of automatically suspending drivers licenses for failure to pay fines/feesNoNo
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SB 43Amends licensing bills to exlude fewer people with criminal histories from obtaining an Electrical licensePassed House and SenateYesNo
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SB 47 w/ SA 1Reduces sentencing disparities for convictions in the city by eliminating sentence enhancement for drug possession near a school, church, or public park, removes sentence aggravators for prior convictions, and changes the weight tiers for controlled substance offenses to reflect actual use patternsPassed House and SenateYesNo
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SB 44 w/ HA 1Changes underage possession and consumption of alcohol to a civil offense Passed House and SenateYesNo
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SB 45 w/ HA 1Changes underage possession and consumption of marijuana to a civil offense Passed House and SenateYesNo
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SB 60 w/ HA 4No one under age of 18 can be convicted of the crime of prostitution Passed House and SenateYesNo
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HB 102 w/ HA 1Allows a person who was a human trafficking victim to expunge their record and overturn the conviction for any crime committed as a result of being a victim of human trafficking with no wait period.Passed House and SenateYesNo
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SB 41Mandates that the age of the person at the time of the crime, not the time of arrest, dictates jurisdiction between Family Court and Superior Court (i.e. treatment as a juvenile vs an adult)Passed House and SenateYesNo
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HB 10 Prohibit prosecution of any child under age of 12 and bar transfer of a minor to superior court (ie treatment as an adult) before the age of 16NoNo
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HB 165Reinstating the Death Penalty (introduced by Rep. Smyk)NoNo
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