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Bills Sponsored by Senator Burlison

SB 588 - Creates additional protections to the right to bear arms
SB 589 - Modifies provisions relating to sanctuary policies enacted by political subdivisions
SB 590 - Specifies when persons operating or riding a motorcycle or motortricycle must wear protective headgear
SB 663 - Modifies and removes provisions relating to concealed firearms
SB 664 - Modifies provisions relating to utilities
SB 665 - Establishes the "Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act"
SB 714 - Modifies provisions relating to advanced practice registered nurses
SB 715 - Prohibits the enforcement of any federal rule or regulation promulgated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency unless the rule or regulation is approved by the General Assembly
SB 716 - Modifies the definition of "public entity" to include employees of multistate compact agencies for purposes of sovereign immunity
SB 745 - Modifies provisions regarding class actions for unlawful merchandising practices
SB 746 - Provides that a food or merchandise container shall not be deemed to be misleading, misbranded, or unfairly marketed if the container is filled to less than its capacity if certain criteria are present
SB 747 - Modifies provisions relating to county regulation of county property
SB 760 - Creates new provisions of law relating to labor organizations
SB 761 - Prohibits institutions of higher learning from discriminating against a religious student organization
SB 762 - Modifies provisions regarding unlawful merchandising practices for new residences
SB 767 - Modifies provisions on permanent total disability benefit
SB 769 - Modifies provisions relating to multiple employer self-insured health plans
SB 820 - Modifies provisions relating to the titling of abandoned property
SB 843 - Enacts provisions relating to group personal lines property and casualty insurance
SB 844 - Adds Department of Conservation nature or education centers to the list of properties registered sex offenders may not be present within 500 feet
SB 845 - Provides that defendants in tort actions shall only be held severally liable and not jointly
SB 877 - Establishes the Expanded Workforce Access Act of 2020
SB 878 - Creates provisions relating to fines or penalties issued by the Department of Natural Resources
SB 879 - Provides that a person who is injured by a product has 15 years after the sale or lease of the product to bring a suit for damages
SB 891 - Modifies provisions relating to physician maintenance of certification
SB 892 - Modifies provisions relating to the management of hazardous waste
SB 893 - Modifies provisions regarding applicability of Dietician licensing to persons providing certain services
SB 992 - Modifies provisions relating to the licensure of architects, engineers, and landscape architects
SB 993 - Establishes the "Free Speech in Medicine Act" regarding off-label uses of drugs, biological products, and medical devices
SB 1007 - Provides that the owner of an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) may, rather than shall, title and register their ATVs
SB 1008 - Specifies that restrictive covenants shall not limit or prohibit the installation of rooftop solar panels or solar collectors
SB 1009 - Permits the Division of Professional Registration to issue a state certification for home inspectors
SB 1048 - Prohibits political subdivisions from prohibiting the connection or reconnection of a utility service based upon the type or source of energy
SB 1049 - Enacts new provisions relating to health information exchanges
SB 1079 - Modifies the process for the delivery of workers' compensation benefits
SCR 37 - Calls on a convention for the states proposing amendments to the United States Constitution placing limits on the federal government
SCR 40 - Condemns the impeachment of President Donald J. Trump
SCR 43 - Creates procedures for the appointment of commissioners to a convention called under Article V of the U.S. Constitution
SJR 56 - Modifies a property tax exemption for certain veterans

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