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Senate Bill (SB) 1072 local planning; residential housing; prohibitions
Sponsor: Senator Smith
Overview: SB1072 precludes inclusionary zoning.
League Position: OPPOSE - The League opposes the bill as it is unnecessary and redundant with current state law.
Summary: SB1072 prohibits municipalities from requiring low income housing as a part of a new development.
04/01/15: signed by governor. Chapter 140, Laws 2015.
03/26/15: Senate concurred in House amendments and passed Final Reading 24-4; ready for governor
03/23/15: passed House 37-20; ready for Senate action on House amendments
03/18/15: House COW approved with floor amendment, a substitute for amendment
03/16/15: from House rules okay
02/24/15: from House county-municipal with amendment
02/18/15: referred to House county-municipal
02/09/15: passed Senate 26-3; ready for House
02/05/15: Senate COW approved with floor amendment
02/03/15: from Senate rules okay.
01/28/15: SB1072 passed the Senate Government Committee by a vote of 4-2. The bill now proceeds to the Rules Committee.