SB 484: Combating Public Disorder
GENERAL BILL by Burgess
Combating Public Disorder; Authorizing a resident of a municipality to file an appeal to the Administration Commission if the governing body of the municipality makes a specified reduction to the operating budget of a municipal law enforcement agency; creating a cause of action against a municipality for obstructing or interfering with reasonable law enforcement protection during a riot or an unlawful assembly; increasing the offense severity ranking of an aggravated assault for the purposes of the Criminal Punishment Code if committed in furtherance of a riot or an aggravated riot; prohibiting defacing, injuring, or damaging a memorial; prohibiting cyberintimidation by publication, etc.
Last Action: 4/30/2021 Senate - Died in Criminal Justice, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 1 (Ch. 2021-6)
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- Criminal Justice (CJ)
- Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice (ACJ)
- Appropriations (AP)
• Referred to Criminal Justice; Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal and Civil Justice; Appropriations -SJ 69
• Introduced -SJ 69
• Died in Criminal Justice, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/HB 1 (Ch. 2021-6)
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