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05-18-2018 - 22:25:16

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HB 1070   Makes an appropriation and sets budget limits for the Tourism and Recreation Department for FY-18.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-29-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1190   Creates the Public Health and Safety Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-29-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1302   Relates to alcoholic beverages; exempts economic development chambers or similar organizations from licensing events provided that the caterers are licensed; bans the use or sale of powdered alcohol; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-09-17 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 72/N: 12)
05-10-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-16-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 275)

HB 1419   Creates the Alcoholic Beverage Taxation Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1420   Creates the Alcoholic Beverages Sales Reform Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1433   Prohibits the Board of Examiners for Long-Term Care Administrators from requiring two-year degree or proof of a passing score on the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards' Exam or internship or preceptorship.
Bill History: 04-13-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
04-13-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1465   Relates to driver licenses; requires that personal information and biometric data not be shared directly with the federal government except under REAL ID requirements; adds language on car seat placement for drivers with handicap tag; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-26-17 S Remove Senator Dahm as principal Senate author, replace
with Senator Schulz
05-26-17 G Sent to the Governor
06-06-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 376)

HB 1477   Relates to wages; requires an hourly rate for all employees of $10.50 an hour or the federal minimum wage, whichever is greater.
Bill History: 02-05-18 H Withdrawn from committee House Business, Commerce & Tourism (1st Sess)
02-05-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1540   Relates to wine; allows wineries to sell wine for consumption on or off premises; modifies the Direct Wine Consumer's Permit for electronic notice of applicant age and procedures.
Bill History: 05-11-17 H House concurred in Senate amendments (Vote: Y: 78/N: 10)
05-15-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-19-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 307)

HB 1553   Relates to administrative rules; requires that any rules that increase fees receive Legislative approval through the omnibus administrative rules resolution.
Bill History: 04-25-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-01-17 G Vetoed by the Governor:"This bill reduces legislative
accountability and creates a 'default system' whereby
inaction may cause rules to be automatically disapproved."
05-04-18 G Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1605   Creates the "Debra Reed and Amanda Carson Act"; persons convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol will be required to abstain from alcohol for a set period of time and modifies licenses to align with new rules.
Bill History: 04-13-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
04-13-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1634   Relates to labor; repeal relates to legislative mandatory minimum wage.
Bill History: 02-05-18 H Withdrawn from committee House Business, Commerce & Tourism (1st Sess)
02-05-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1665   Relates to alcoholic beverages; creating the Alcoholic Beverages Regulatory Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1686   Relates to alcohol taxes; increases the excise tax on liquor and beer; exempts liquor and beer from sales tax if excise taxes have been paid.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1747   Creates the High-Point Beer Reform Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1758   Relates to alcoholic beverages; allows for licensing of movie theaters to sell alcoholic beverages; repeals section prohibiting sales.
Bill History: 02-05-18 H Withdrawn from committee House Business, Commerce & Tourism (1st Sess)
02-05-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1780   Creates the Public Health and Safety Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1830   Relates to sales tax exemptions; creates an exemption for any promotional materials purchased on behalf of or for the benefit of the Department of Tourism.
Bill History: 03-23-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-16-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1845   Relates to driver licenses; sets up a dual application process for REAL ID compliant licenses/ID cards and non-compliant licenses/ID cards; increases fees to fund costs; sets guidelines for production and security; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 02-28-17 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 35/N: 11)
03-01-17 G Sent to the Governor
03-02-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 1)

HB 1848   Relates to tax rebates; ends Oklahoma Film Rebate Program payments unless fulfilling a prior claim or one filed prior to the effective date of this act; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1939   Repeals a section of statute which relates to the preemption of mandated minimum wage and benefits by the Legislature.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Failed in Committee House A&B Sub: Natural Resources & Regulatory
02-19-18 H A motion to "Do Not Pass" was made, which prevailed by a
vote of Y:5, N:3.
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 1940   Relates to minimum wage; raises the minimum wage in the state to $10.10 per hour.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2091   Creates the Alcoholic Beverage Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2131   Creates the Oklahoma Tourism Development Act; allows for a tax credit for organizations and programs that will attract tourism; sets application guidelines and regulations for accessing credits.
Bill History: 04-26-17 S Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 35/N: 8)
04-27-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 196)

HB 2132   Relates to prosperity districts; joins Oklahoma into the Prosperity States Compact; states legislative intent and the requirements of the Compact.
Bill History: 04-13-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
04-13-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2133   Creates the Oklahoma Economic Development Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2134   Creates the Oklahoma Economic Development Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2186   Relates to alcoholic beverages; allows for licensing of movie theaters to sell alcoholic beverages; repeals section prohibiting sales; requires that persons purchasing alcoholic beverages have a bracelet or stamp indicating age.
Bill History: 05-26-17 S Senate finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 26/N: 17)
05-26-17 G Sent to the Governor
06-06-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 381)

HB 2203   Creates the Public Health and Safety Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2223   Creates the Public Health and Safety Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2315   Creates the Oklahoma Economic Development Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2326   Creates the Public Health and Safety Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2340   Creates the Alcoholic Beverage Targeted Reform Act of 2017.
Bill History: 03-02-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2363   Relates to motor vehicle excise tax exemptions; eliminates the exemption for vehicles purchased by businesses for the purpose of renting; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-26-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
05-04-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2364   Relates to vehicle excise taxes; eliminates the exemption for excise taxes for transfers between family members; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-26-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
05-04-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2365   Relates to taxation; increases taxes on cigarette sales and on the sale of gasoline and diesel fuel; closes tax exemptions on gross production taxes for oil and natural gas.
Bill History: 05-26-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
05-04-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2366   Creates the "Oklahoma Revenue and Taxation Reform Act of 2017".
Bill History: 05-26-17 H Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 H Carried Over
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2367   Relates to tax deductions; repeals deductions related to vendors keeping sale and use tax records; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-18-17 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 34/N: 5)
05-18-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-24-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 326)

HB 2533   Relates to minimum wage; raises the minimum wage in the state to $11 dollars an hour or the federal minimum, whichever is greater.
Bill History: 01-10-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2534   Relates to employment; prohibits punitive actions by employers against employees discussing wages; prohibits lower wages for women; authorizes the Commissioner of Labor to issue civil fines for employment violations; sets guidelines.
Bill History: 02-20-18 H Meeting set for 1:30 p.m., Room 206 House Banking & Business (2nd Sessio
02-20-18 H Voted from committee - Do Pass as substituted House Banking & Business (2nd Sessio
03-16-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2606   Creates the Short Term Rental Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-16-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2717   Relates to the transportation of beer by conveyance methods owned or leased by a licensed distributor.
Bill History: 01-16-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2744   Relates to labor; provides penalty of forfeiture of state tax credits for violating the Minimum Wage Act; provides both criminal and civil penalties for creating a detrimental work environment or paying below livable wages.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2768   Merges the OK Departments of Commerce and Tourism into the singular Department of Commerce and Tourism. Establishes organizational structure and leadership of the new Department, as well as its responsibilities; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 02-28-18 H Voted from committee - Do Pass as substituted House Appropriations & Budget
03-12-18 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-16-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2784   Relating to the creation of the Oklahoma DUI Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2785   Creating the Oklahoma Drug and Alcohol Evaluations Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2818   Adjusts and clarifies sale, import, licensing, and transport standards for alcoholic substances throughout Oklahoma.
Bill History: 03-21-18 S Senator Smalley removed as sponsor, replaced by Senator
David
03-22-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-13-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2819   Relates to the creation of the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverages Modernization Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2844   Removes the Direct Wine Shipper Permit from law; establishes digital or other legally binding signature as proof purchaser is over the age of 21 when buying wine online.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2845   Relates to brewer and small brewer licenses; modifies brewer licenses to include ability to purchase wine and beer from holders of wholesaler licenses and to offer wine and beer for on-premises consumption.
Bill History: 02-27-18 H Voted from committee - Do Pass House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
03-12-18 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
03-16-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 2906   Relates to the creation of the Oklahoma Commerce and Tourism Services Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-17-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3027   Relates to direct wine shipping by eliminating provisions related to the Direct Wine Consumer's Permit, which is to not be issued for the purpose of consuming in an individual's premises and requires electronic age verification.
Bill History: 03-19-18 S Received in the Senate
03-21-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-13-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3084   Relates to retention of certain amounts of sales tax by vendors; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 02-19-18 H Withdrawn from committee House A&B Sub: Finance
02-19-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3189   Relates to the Oklahoma Agriculture Code; clarifying language
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3424   Relates to the creation of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Reimbursement and Donation Fund.
Bill History: 03-29-18 S Meeting set for 9:00 a.m., Room 511-A Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-29-18 S Voted from committee - Do Pass Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
04-26-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3458   Creates the Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverages Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

HB 3571   Relates to the creation of the State of Oklahoma Alcoholic Beverages Act of 2018.
Bill History: 01-18-18 H Filed
02-06-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
03-02-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 30   Relates to abortions; adds language to required postings regarding abortion alternatives; directs funds to be spent on adding similar postings on Department of Health websites and social media platforms; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-19-17 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 78/N: 0)
04-20-17 G Sent to the Governor
04-26-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 123)

SB 41   Sunsets the provisions of the "Compete with Canada Film Act" on January 1, 2018 instead of on July 1, 2024.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-29-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 58   Relates to excise tax from alcohol; sets revenue limits to certain entities; directs excess to General Revenue.
Bill History: 04-27-17 H Perryman and Stone debate in opposition to the measure;
Mulready debates in favor.
04-27-17 H Failed to pass (Vote: N: 39/Y: 49)
04-28-17 H Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 136   Relates to liquor licenses; makes a technical addition to language related to state employees' ability to obtain liquor licenses from the ABLE Commission in order to be involved in the alcoholic beverage business.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-29-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 174   Relates to alcoholic beverages; allows for a spouse of a retail spirits license holder to hold interest in up to two package stores and a separate retail spirits license.
Bill History: 04-17-17 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 78/N: 17)
04-18-17 G Sent to the Governor
04-24-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 76)

SB 190   Creates the 'REAL ID Compliance Act of 2017'; directs DPS to implement the REAL ID Act of 2005 and the Legislature to secure federal funding; increases fees on licenses and IDs; directs collection of certain information; repeals noncompliance; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 211   Relates to alcoholic beverages; would allow for counties to approve sales on Sundays pending a special or general election set by the county commissioners following a petition process; sets guidelines for elections and sales after the election.
Bill History: 05-22-17 H House finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 67/N: 29)
05-22-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-25-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 340)

SB 235   Relates to sales tax exemptions; extends exemptions to contractors of the Tourism Department who promote the state; requires invoicing and sets fines at double the tax owed for violations; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 05-09-17 S Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 39/N: 5)
05-10-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-16-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 283)

SB 296   Relates to art in public places; any fiscal year in which the revenue certification approved by the State Board of Equalization at the February meeting of the Board is less than the amount certified for the previous year; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 297   Relates to alcoholic beverages; requires reporting to the ABLE commission from delivery and carrier companies regarding shipments of wine; requires labeling of packages approved by ABLE; modifies some requirements related to Direct shipping permits.
Bill History: 05-25-17 H House finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 80/N: 12)
05-25-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-31-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 360)

SB 388   This act relates to Alcohol Beverage Law Enforcement Commission Compliance Fund.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 411   Relates to alcohol licensing; expands the hours certain licensees are allowed to sell or offer samples of alcoholic drinks.
Bill History: 04-17-17 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 70/N: 21)
04-18-17 G Sent to the Governor
04-24-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 84)

SB 486   Relates alcoholic beverages; merges statutory references, adds new language to be effective for a period of time, then repeals those new references by staggering effective dates; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-26-17 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 71/N: 16)
04-27-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 205)

SB 508   Relates to home bakeries; expands the definition to include sales at farmers markets, cooperatives, buying clubs, or delivery.
Bill History: 04-17-17 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 65/N: 24)
04-18-17 G Sent to the Governor
04-24-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 85)

SB 554   Terminates the Oklahoma Quality Events Incentive Act one year early, June 30, 2017; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 567   Relates to the Compete with Canada Film Act; terminates the provisions seven years early, on July 1, 2017; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 646   Relates to alcoholic beverage interim licenses issued by the ABLE Commission; makes extensive changes to the licensing and enforcement procedures related to the sale of alcoholic beverages.
Bill History: 05-25-17 H House finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 68/N: 19)
05-25-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-31-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 364)

SB 712   Relates to alcohol licensing; allows for storage of spirits if the premises has a mixed beverage license; provides an exemption for underage presence near bar areas at sports, music, entertainment, convention, or fairground facilities.
Bill History: 05-25-17 H House finally passed conference bill (Vote: Y: 68/N: 20)
05-25-17 G Sent to the Governor
05-31-17 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 366)

SB 783   Relates to alcoholic beverages; allows for movie theaters to apply for beverage licenses.
Bill History: 11-30-17 S Carried Over
02-28-18 S Senator Holt removed as author, replaced by Senator
Bergstrom
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 810   Repeals the Food Service Advisory Council.
Bill History: 03-02-17 S Dormant pursuant to the rules
11-30-17 S Carried Over
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 901   Relates to food establishment licenses; expands the number of events that nonprofit, charitable or religious organizations can host annually without a license from four events to six.
Bill History: 02-12-18 S Meeting set for At Adj., Room 535 Senate Health & Human Services
02-12-18 S Not heard in committee Senate Health & Human Services
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 955   Relates to the Compete with Canada Film Act; closes applications after December 31, 2018 unless prequalification has been issued; allows act to remain operative until final payments are issued for last claims.
Bill History: 01-26-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
02-06-18 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Approp Sub: Finance
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1022   State government; modifying purpose for which petty cash fund for Department of Tourism & Recreation may be used.
Bill History: 01-26-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
02-06-18 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Approp Sub: Natural & Regulatory Svcs
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1148   Relates to sales tax; reduces tax due by 1% for vendors filing reports and keeping records; limits deduction to $2,500; requires the Oklahoma Tax Commission to promulgate rules regarding specific circumstances; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 01-17-18 S Filed
01-26-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1173   Updates statutes related to alcohol in preparation for new rules to take effect in October.
Bill History: 05-03-18 H Emergency failed (Vote: Y: 62/N: 16)
05-03-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-10-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 312)

SB 1252   Relates to the Oklahoma Quality Events Incentive Act; extends termination date to 2021; eliminates requirement for an economic impact study; requires the Tax Commission to designate an employee to process information regarding the act; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 74/N: 9)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 201)

SB 1332   Provides relative to alcoholic beverage licenses for establishments currently selling low-point beer in certain locations to be permitted to transfer to a mixed beverage license on or after October 1, 2018.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 65/N: 16)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 205)

SB 1333   Updates alcoholic beverage laws related to the October 1, 2018 effective date; defines an "individual drink" and prohibits inducements to stimulate consumption to include serving more than the prescribed volume of alcohol.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 75/N: 12)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 206)

SB 1334   Provides relative to the necessary training for employees serving alcoholic beverages; training to occur within 14 days of employment rather than as a prerequisite to issuance of an employee license.
Bill History: 05-02-18 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 41/N: 3)
05-02-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-10-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 314)

SB 1336   Relates to alcoholic beverages; modifies hours during which they may be sold; no alcoholic beverage may be sold, dispensed, served or consumed between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. and counties can close prohibit operation between 2AM and 6AM.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 74/N: 17)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 207)

SB 1337   Relates to alcoholic beverages and distillers' licenses; license authorizes spirit sales produced by licensee for either on-premises or off-premises consumption to consumers on distillery premises and at public events such as trade shows.
Bill History: 04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Vetoed by the Governor, "this bill fails to address the
status of those licenses such as small farm wineries or
small craft brewers..."
05-04-18 G Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1338   Relates to Alcoholic Beverage Control Act by modifying Direct Wine Shipper Permit by requiring deliveries not to wholesalers or distributors be reported to the ABLE Commission and by allowing alcohol to be sold for on-premises consumption.
Bill History: 05-03-18 S Senate concurred in House amendments (Vote: Y: 40/N: 1)
05-03-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-10-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 315)

SB 1394   Relates to tax on alcoholic beverages; 6.5% tax rate; tax permit required for beer distributors, wine and spirits wholesalers or any other license that permits the direct sale of alcoholic beverages to a licensee; tax to be paid 1st of every month.
Bill History: 02-02-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
02-13-18 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Approp Sub: Finance
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1395   Relates to Alcoholic Beverage Control Act; if licensed distributor has inventory of brand no longer authorized to be distributed in the State by 10/1/2018, such inventory shall be sold to an authorized distributor.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 63/N: 18)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 209)

SB 1405   Relates to the Tourism and Recreation Commission and its membership by removing the Lieutenant Governor as ex officio voting member, becoming responsible for appointing Commission members rather than the Governor.
Bill History: 05-01-18 S Referred to Senate conference committee Senate Conference Committee
05-01-18 S Senate appointed a conference committee: Senators Pugh,
Leewright, Bice, Stanislawski, Kidd, Pittman, and Brooks
05-04-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1465   Relates to environment and natural resources; "auxiliary container" definition, no political subdivision shall restrict, tax, prohibit or issue any ordinance regulating the use, disposition or sale of auxiliary containers; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-12-18 H Voted from committee - Do Pass House Government Oversight & Accountability
04-25-18 H Set on the House Floor Agenda
04-26-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1498   Relates to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act by requiring notice of application to be sent to the chief of police and labels political subdivisions as interested parties when granting licenses.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 71/N: 11)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 212)

SB 1499   Relates to alcoholic beverages and the grounds to revoke or suspend licenses; employee license may be issued and held if convicted of felony if such conviction was not for specified offenses and was more than 5-years prior to issuance.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 62/N: 23)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 213)

SB 1528   Relates to creation of Joint Legislative Work Schedule Task Force to study employer changing hour or salary employee work hours/schedules with little/no notice; impacts, discussion, investigation to be reported by 12/31/2018; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 03-01-18 S Title stricken in committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-01-18 S Failed in Committee Senate Business, Commerce & Tourism
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1537   Removes the issuance and sworn statement requirement and the consignor address and name disclosure requirement from the Direct Wine Consumer's Permit and excludes certain motor carrier freight.
Bill History: 04-18-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 76/N: 10)
04-19-18 G Sent to the Governor
04-25-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 113)

SB 1542   Relates to alcoholic beverages and licensed beer distributors; removing requirement for licensed distributor or employee of distributor to operate conveyance; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-03-18 H Enacting clause struck in committee House Banking & Business (2nd Session Only)
04-03-18 H Voted from committee - Do Pass as amended House Banking & Business (2nd Session On
04-26-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1559   Creates a revolving fund within the State Treasury for use by the OK Tourism and Recreation Department, gathered by them, and spent by them without fear of other State agencies using the money.
Bill History: 02-02-18 S Referred to Senate Committee Senate Appropriations
02-06-18 S Sent to subcommittee Senate Approp Sub: Natural & Regulatory Svcs
03-02-18 S Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1570   Prohibits price discrimination by alcohol suppliers when selling within a county.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 64/N: 16)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 215)

SB 1571   Allows mixed beverage license holders to sell original package beer for off-premises consumption from 8:00 a.m. to midnight on football game days within the municipality of a university.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H 20180426/-1/19602 (19:09:40)
04-26-18 H Passed/Adopted (Vote: Y: 66/N: 17)
05-04-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules

SB 1579   Creates a fund within the Treasury for exclusive use and maintenance by the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department; EMERGENCY.
Bill History: 04-26-18 H Emergency Passed (Vote: Y: 75/N: 1)
04-27-18 G Sent to the Governor
05-03-18 G Signed by the Governor (Chap: 216)

SJR 61   Constitutional Amendment to modify the number of votes required for the Legislature to create new sales or use taxes; any revenue-raising measure shall not be subject to the emergency measure provision and shall not become effective for 90-days.
Bill History: 03-15-18 H Received in the House
03-21-18 H Referred to House Committee on House Rules
04-13-18 H Dead pursuant to the rules


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