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2018 Bills and Resolutions
S.B. 22 To remove federal funding from any educational establishment that promote Anti-LGBTQ Community Ideals.
Senators Graham and Kohntopp of Alaska
S.B. 13 To relieve patients suffering from a terminal illness through means of assisted suicide.
Senators Kankirawatana and Byrd of Alabama
S.B. 2 To aid human trafficking victims and prevent further human trafficking cases.
Senators Sarvestani and Leonard of Arkansas
S.B. 29 To improve the education of students in America to support greater economic mobility.
Senators Soria and Zhou of Arizona
S.B. 41 To redeem the right to life stolen from countless humans currently being trafficked.
Senators Herring and Carlson of California
S.B. 1 To protect citizens of the United States of America through the institution of universal minimum gun purchase requirements.
Senators Ackerman and Sisneros of Colorado
S.B. 36 To reduce national gun violence by instituting mandatory handgun licensing, also known as a handgun permit-to-purchase (PTP) requirement.
Senators Haber and Kish of Connecticut
S.B. 38 To reduce the pollution produced by single-use carryout plastic bags by implementing a fee.
Senators Pilla and Rice of Delaware
S.B. 18 To regulate the price of insulin in the United States of America.
Senators Rudd and Senese of Florida
S.B. 17 To abolish the civil asset forfeiture laws.
Senators Armstrong and Winburn of Georgia
S.B. 7 A bill to increase the cap of allowed H-1B visas issued by the United States.
Senators Marguleas and Woo of Hawaii
S.B. 42 To assist in combating urban sprawl to preserve farmland and forestry.
Senators Chapman and Malone of Iowa
A bill to abolish the use of oil fracking in ALA Girls Nation.
Senators Griffitts-Harper and Greer of Idaho
S.B. 24 To improve voter accessibility for all citizens.
Senators Balmuri and Gold of Illinois
S.B. 9 To incentivize dual language immersion programs in K-12 schools.
Senators Butler and Keller of Indiana
S.B. 20 To amend the Higher Education Act of 1965 to expand opportunities in renewable energy.
Senators Griggs and Shirley of Kansas
S.B. 37 To establish that no one under the age of eighteen may be legally married in the United States, unless said minor is emancipated by court of law and has the approval of a judge.
Senators Briley and Powers of Louisiana
S.B. 21 To eliminate unnecessary and unsustainable packaging.
Senators Carroll and McComish of Massachusetts
S.B. 5 To increase funding for telemental health services to treat veterans.
Senators Hammer and Hester of Maryland
S.B. 33 To ensure equal pay in the workplace, regardless of gender identity.
Senators Kagan and Ryan of Michigan
S.B. 25 To prevent discrimination on the basis of the age of majority.
Senators Doyle and Fairbairn of Minnesota
S.B. 34 To reduce length of and reform pharmaceutical patents.
Senators Maloney and Tyson of Missouri
S.B. 28 To create a government run program that pairs healthcare recipients with the most affordable form of healthcare treatment by cross examining the said treatment’s price from multiple healthcare providers.
Senators James and Robertson of Mississippi
S.B. MTA bill to make rape a capital crime and punish offenders as such.
Senators Baker and Lowry of Montana
S.B. 27 To protect non-citizen residents who came to the US as minors with temporary legal status.
Senators Teague and Patrocinio of North Carolina
S.B. 30 To mandate that all nicotine products, with the exception of rehabilitation products, must use plain packaging to help prevent and protect the future generations of the US from the aggressive marketing and damaging effects of nicotine products
Senators Axtman and Chemiti of North Dakota
S.B. 45 To grant protective legal status for current DACA enrollees.
Senators Cho and Sasse of Nebraska
S.B. 14 To regulate the manufacturing of campaign materials for federal elections.
Senators Temple and McGuiness of New Hampshire
S.B. 19 To improve the education and social integration of the disabled within the public education system.
Senators Davis and Lebron of New Jersey
S.B. 23 To reform and limit the food products provided through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Electronic Balance Transfer.
Senators Brownell and Farano of New Mexico
S.B. 32 To redeem the right to healthy, unprocessed foods with high nutritional value to all Americans, regardless of economic status.
Senators Heath-Powers and Sanwal of Nevada
S.B. 39 To decrease media exposure to convenience food and increase exposure to healthier options.
Senators Mathwasa and Miller of New York
S.B. 12 To assist DACA recipients and Dreamers to regain or receive legal status in the U.S..
Senators Kaur and Escalante of Ohio
S.B. 46 A bill to repeal the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF).
Senators Siddiqi and Carpenter of Oklahoma
S.B. 48 To mandate the creation of legislation involving beverage container deposits.
Senator Augst of Oregon
S.B. 49 To revive American ex-convicts right to vote as citizens despite past criminal history.
Senator Kapurura of Oregon
S.B. 43 To amend the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2003 to allow the federal government to negotiate prices with pharmaceutical companies for prescription drugs provided by the Medicare Part D program.
Senators Bobovich and Wickel of Pennsylvania
S.B. 31 To increase the use of renewable energy sources among United States businesses.
Senators Carolan and Turano of Rhode Island
S.B. 4 To increase voter registration numbers and engagement in the political process.
Senators Hoda Abdalla and Ava Gracen Grainger of South Carolina
S.B. 6 To recognize victim’s rights and aid in the documentation and capture of sexual offenders.
Senators Roberts and Wieczorek of South Dakota
S.B. 10 To reduce avoidable food waste by standardizing food date labels.
Senators Amal Ali and Andrea Huang of Tennessee
S.B. 16 To ban the production, sale, and possession of bump stock devices.
Senators Batiste and Westheimer of Texas
S.B. 8 To ensure the mental health and safety of youth in the United States.
Senators Dalton and Kelly of Utah
S.B. 15 To permit military experience to fulfill civilian job requirements.
Senators Lombardi and Waclawski of Virginia
S.B. 44 To require employers to give cancer patients a certain amount of days of paid leave.
Senators Ezzo and Pawelcyzk of Vermont
S.B. 40 Immigration Reform in the U.S.
Senators Hametta and Curtain of Wisconsin
S.B. 3 To limit the use of opioids.
Senators Marquart and Pyle of West Virginia
S.B. 35 To establish national Election Day as a federal holiday.
Senators Kent and Lloyd of Wyoming
S.J.R. 1 Expressing the sense of the Senate that the rights guaranteed by the Constitution are equally held by all citizens regardless of gender.
Senators Scott and Smith of Kentucky
S.R. 1 Sending a United States Senate delegate to the United Nations convention to collaborate with other nations on the most effective path forward for the safe disposal of nuclear waste.
Senators Bakken and Diupina of Washington
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