As the 60-day deadline for executive action approached, the Governor took action on all remaining bills.
Some of the Governor’s final actions included the signings of several bills supported by Senate Republicans. Those bills included:
Senate Bill 1782 – States that a minor younger than age 16 is considered engaged in the work of vlogging when at least 30 percent of the vlogger’s compensated video content produced within a 30-day period included the likeness, name, or photograph of the vlogger’s minor child.
House Bill 2317 – Allows anyone older than age 26 who has not purchased a fishing license in the last 10 years to be eligible to receive a one-time annual resident fishing license for $5. Any nonresident who has not purchased a nonresident fishing license in the past 10 years shall be eligible to receive a one-time annual sport fishing license for a fee of $10.
House Bill 3326 – Requires insurance or managed care plans to offer, for an additional premium, coverage for hearing instruments if prescribed by a hearing care professional.
House Bill 3814 – Allows students who participate in FFA and 4-H to be excused from school when attending their official events, and to be considered in attendance.