: This measure provides that any entity that markets a service or product to the general public and substantially relies on individuals with which it contracts directly or indirectly as independent contractors to perform the service or provide or deliver the product is the employer of those individuals unless another entity pays worker compensation contributions on behalf of the individual. Such individuals may not be liable for worker compensation contributions.
Status: Substituted for HB 4900; Passed House. Referred to Senate Committee on Ways and Means
: This measure prohibits the sale of covered products that contain specified flame-retardant chemicals.
Status: Introduced and referred to Senate Committee
: This measure provides for universal professional licensing reciprocity.
Status: Prefiled; referred to Joint Corporations, Elections & Political Subdivisions Interim Committee. Hearing held on 11/9/20
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