Legislative Update


February 14, 2019

Greetings from Cheyenne! In this, the fifth week of the 65th General Session, Monday was the last day for Committee of the Whole in each Chamber. With so many bills under consideration this year, that meant that good bills were not heard prior to the cutoff – including a couple of my bills. Thankfully, four of my bills have made it to the Senate for consideration.

The House has also started considering Senate bills this week. Members of the House will work these bills with due diligence to make them better where we can. Senate Files we have already started to tackle include SF 28 – Banking technology and stock revisions, SF 93 – Grizzly bear hunts and SF 6 – Personal property tax reporting.

There has been a lot of movement on the budget bills coming from the House and Senate this week. In reality, the supplemental budget only represents one percent of the total government budget and the two chambers are not very far apart.

The conference committee was appointed on Friday and should be able to come to agreement quickly.

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me at 307-282-0968 or email me at [email protected] You can also find updates about my work on my Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/Tyler4HD1.


Representative Tyler Lindholm

House District #1

Bills I have introduced:

HB0015 - Motor vehicles-titles and bills of sale.

Referred to Senate Transportation Committee

HB0055 - Transport of mobile homes-copy of title.

Referred to Senate Transportation Committee

HB0097 - Taxation of broadband internet infrastructure.

Placed on Senate General File

HB0098 - Rights of way-communications services.

Referred to Senate Corporation Committee

HB0179 – Food Trucks

No report by Committee of the Whole Deadline

HB0234 – Marihuana reform

No report by Committee of the Whole Deadline

HJ0003 - Supreme court justices-senate confirmation.

House did not consider


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