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Bill Detail: HB22-1300

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Title Local Enforcement To Prevent Human Trafficking
Status Governor Signed (06/08/2022)
Bill Subjects
  • Crimes, Corrections, & Enforcement
  • Local Government
House Sponsors T. Carver (R)
L. Daugherty (D)
Senate Sponsors R. Fields (D)
R. Gardner (R)
House Committee Judiciary
Senate Committee Local Government
Date Introduced 03/15/2022

The bill allows a board of county commissioners (board) to adopt
a local resolution or ordinance to establish business licensure
requirements to regulate massage facilities for the sole purpose of

deterring illicit massage businesses and preventing human trafficking.
The bill allows the board to charge an administrative licensure fee for a
massage facility.
The bill allows a board to adopt a resolution or ordinance to
regulate and prohibit activities to prevent the operation of illicit massage
businesses that engage in human trafficking-related offenses.
The bill allows municipalities to access criminal record history
information of a licensee of a massage facility furnished by criminal
justice agencies, subject to any restrictions imposed by the agencies.

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