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|Supresses almost any form of peaceful protest. Makes organizations liable for the acts of their "members" would be very oppressive
|HB 1674 Info
|Excessively strict restrictions on activities in and around the Capitol building.
|HB 1822 Info
|Adds unlawful assembly to racketeering laws, aims to punish protesting
|Lepak (R), Daniels (R)
|HB 2095 Info
|Prohibit people from using electronic devices to publish "personally identifiable info" of police officers "with the intent to threaten or harass or cause emotional distress"
|SB 6 Info
|Applies castle laws (stand your ground for your home) to cars and protests. People will be permitted to run over protestors and escape legal liability or criminal charges.
|Dahm (R)/West (R)
|SB 560 Info
|Raises penalties on assaulting an officer, penalties for riots
|Weaver (R), Worthen (R)
|SB 806 Info
|Makes flag burning a felony and requires permit prior to burning in order to be legal
|Humphrey (R)/Burns (R)
|HB 1644 Info
|Make more prisoners eligible for medical parole, especially in an emergency
|HB 1903 Info
|Directs OSBI to obtain federal funding to gather data and address issue of missing & murdered indigenous women
|SB 172 Info
|Permit early release on medical parole if a person is determined to no longer pose a threat to public safety and is near death or dying, has a defined medical condition that renders them unable to perform two or more activities of daily living on their own, or is medically vulnerable.
|SB 320 Info
|Increases the number of incarcerated people eligible for release to GPS monitoring
|SB 456 Info