A House committee passes white collar crime registry
The House voted 40-31 to defeat Democrat Brian King’s bill that would have set caps on how much money could be donated to a politician’s campaign.
White collar crime registration
The House Law Enforcement committee passed H-B 378, which authorizes the attorney general’s office to set up a registry for convicted fraudsters, much like a sex offender registry.
The bill goes to the full House for debate.
Search and seizure amendments
The Senate unanimously passed a bill that requires law enforcement to get a warrant if they want to see through someone’s walls.
Sen. Mark Madsen, R-Saratoga Springs, said a new radar technology used by law enforcement allows police to see through people’s walls. The bill requires another vote in the Senate before going to the House.