2019 Legislative Session
Click below for links to testimony on bills KTLA is tracking. 

HB 2020Changing the supreme court clerk's information requirements for licensed attorneys and changing procedures related to the supreme court nominating commission and the judicial district nominating commissions.
Proponent testimony


HB 2065: Removing the duty of the driver of an authorized emergency vehicle to drive with due regard for the safety of all others.
Proponent testimony
Opponent testimony

 

SB 62Allowing police vehicle drivers to engage in certain actions without using audible and visual signals.
KTLA opposition testimony

 

HB 2332: Allowing punitive and exemplary damages in a wrongful death action.
Proponent testimony
Opponent testimony

HB 2291: Increasing caps on damages in wrongful death actions and escalating them annually based on the consumer price index.
Proponent testimony
Opponent testimony

 

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