of Victoria. Health Records Act 2000. Introduced
November 22, 2000. Also of interest is the paper which explains the provisions of this Act.
State Assembly. An Act to Repeal and Add Section 3300.5 of the Civil
Code, Relating to Civil Law. Sponsored by Assembly Member
Bob Hertzberg (D-Sherman Oaks). Introduced February 28, 1997. Go to
the 1997-1998 Legislative Session and search for bill number AB1435.
State Assembly. AB 1707: Consumers' Financial Privacy Act.
Sponsored by Assembly Members Sheila Kuehl (D-Santa Monica) and George
Nakano (D-Torrance). Introduced January 3, 2000.
AB 1862: An Act Relating to Identity Theft.
Sponsored by Assembly Member Tom Torlakson (D-Antioch). Introduced
February 10, 2000.
AB 1949: An Act to Add and Repeal Section 530.75 of
the Penal Code Relating to Identity Theft. Sponsored by Assembly
Member Bob Hertzberg (D-Sherman Oaks). Introduced February 15, 2000.
AB 2382: An Act to Amend Sections 12815 and 13000 of
the Vehicle Code Relating to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Sponsored by Assembly Member Lynne Leach (R-Walnut Creek). Introduced
February 24, 2000.
AB 2462: An Act to Amend Section 1785.16 of , and add
Title 1.81 to Part 4 of Division 3 of, the Civil Code, and to Amend
Section 530.5 of the Penal Code, Relating to Personal Identifying
Information. Sponsored by Assembly Member Lynne Leach (R-Walnut
Creek). Introduced February 24, 2000.
SB 417: Supermarket Club Card Disclosure Act of 1999.
Sponsored by Sens. Debra Bowen (D-Redondo Beach) and Liz Figueroa
(D-Fremont). Introduced February 12, 1999.
SB 926: Enacting the Supermarket Club Card Disclosure
Act of 1999. Sponsored by Sen. Jackie Speier (D-San Francisco).
Introduced February 25, 1999.
SB 988: Unsolicited and Unwanted Telephone Solicitations.
Sponsored by Sens. Escutia and Liz Figueroa(D-Fremont). Introduced
February 26, 1999.
SB 1365: Personal Information; collection and disclosure.
Sponsored by Sen. Kevin Murray (D-Los Angeles). Introduced January
SB 1372: The Financial Privacy Act. Sponsored
by Sens. Tim Leslie (R-Tahoe City) and Maurice Johannessen (R-Redding).
Introduced January 20, 2000.
1409:The California Privacy Protection Act of 2000. Sponsored
by Sen. Kevin Murray (D-Los Angeles). Introduced February 1, 2000.
SB 1599: An Act to Amend Section 1799.3 of the Civil
Code, Relating to Privacy. Sponsored by Senator Debra Bowen
(D-Redondo Beach). Introduced February 18, 2000.
SB 1607: An Act Relating to Consumer Credit.
Sponsored by Senator Liz Fegueroa (D-Fremont).Introduced February
SB 1767: An Act Relating to Identity Theft.
Sponsored by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Redondo Beach). Introduced February
SB 1822: An Act Relating to Employee Records.
Sponsored by Senator Debra Bowen (D-Redondo Beach). Introduced February
House of Representatives, 62nd General Assembly, Session 2. HB 00-1459: Colorado Internet Privacy Act.
Sponsored by Reps. Ken Gordon (D-Denver), Doug Dean (R-El Paso) and
Senator Ronald Teck (R-Mesa). Introduced March 23, 2000.
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House of Representatives, 20th Legislature. HB 1877: Relating to Informational Privacy.
Sponsored by Reps. Say, M. Oshiro, Case, Yonamine, Garcia, Cachola,
Hiraki, Herkes, Abinsay, Morita, Lee, Luke, Kanoho, Yamane, Catalani,
Saiki, Arakaki, Takumi, Kawakami, Suzuki, Ahu Isa, Souki, Menor, Hamakawa,
Takamine, Schatz, Kaho'ohalahala, Espero, Goodenow, Morihara, Chang,
Stegmaier, Yoshinaga, and Ito. Introduced January 20, 2000.
House of Representatives, 22nd Legislature. HB
327: E-mail, Unsolicited, Restrictions. Sponsored by Reps. K.
Mark Takai (D-34), Dennis Arakaki (D-30), Michael Kahikina (D-44), Lynn
Finnegan (R-32), Tulsi Gabbard Tamayo (D-42), Cynthia Thielen (R-50).
Introduced January 17, 2003.
State Senate, 22nd Legislature. SB
785: Telemarketing; Do-Not-Call Registry. Sponsored by Sens.
Brian Kanno (D-19), Cal Kawamoto (D-14), Donna Mercado Kim (D-2), Lorraine
R. Inouye (D-1), J. Kalani English (D-6), and Rosalyn Baker (D-5). Introduced
January 17, 2003.
House of Representatives, 92nd General Assembly. HB
176: The No-Call Database Act. Sponsored by Reps. Jay Hoffman
(D-Collinsville), William Black (R-Danville), Dan Reitz (D-Sparta),
James Fowler (D-Harrisburg), Thomas Johnson (R-West Chicago), Thomas
Holbrook (D-Belleville), John Fritchey (D-Chicago), Gary Forby (D-Benton),
Jack Franks (D-Chicago), Karen May (D-Deerfield), Mary Flowers (D-Chicago),
Mary OBrien (D-Coal City), Monique Davis (D-Chicago), David
Miller (D-Dolton), Charles Hartke (D-Effingham), Susana Mendoza (D-Chicago),
Robert Ryan Jr. (D-Lansing), Julie Curry (D-Mt. Zion), Larry McKeon
(D-Chicago), Sara Feigenholtz (D-Chicago), Susan Garrett (D-Lake Bluff),
Richard Bradley (D-Chicago), Robert Bugielski (D-Chicago), Rosemary
Mulligan (R-Des Plaines), Georges Scully Jr (D-Park Forest), Kevin
McCarthy (D-Orland Park), James Brosnahan (D-Oak Lawn), Joseaph Lyons
(D-Chicago), Edward Acevedo (D-Chicago), Ralph Capparelli (D-Chicago),
Lou Loyana (D-Chicago), Karen Yarbrough (D-Maywood), Terry Parke (R-Schaumburg),
J. Philip Novak (D-Kankakee), Howard Kenner (D-Chicago), Constance
Howard (D-Chicago), Tom Ryder (R-Jerseyville), Jim Meyer (R-Bolingbrook)
and Richard Winkel Jr (R-Champaign). Introduced January 9, 2001.
State Senate, 112th General Assembly, Session 1. SB
1: Telephone Solicitations. Sponsored by Sens. David Long (R-Fort
Wayne) and Timothy Lanane (D-Anderson). Introduced January 8, 2001.
House of Representatives, 79th General Assembly. House
File 285: Disclosure of Nonpublic Personal Information to Nonaffiliated
Third Parties Opt-In Required. Sponsored by Reps. Polly
Butka (D-Clinton), John Connors (D-Des Moines), Bill Dotzler (D-Waterloo),
Jane Greimann (D-Ames), Geri Huser (D-Altoona), Pam Jochum (D-Dubuque),
Keith Kreiman (D-Bloomfield), Mark Kuhn (D-Charles City), Rick Larkin
(D-Madison), Vicki Lensing (D-Iowa City), Mary Mascher (D-Iowa City),
Pat Murphy (D-Dubuque), Dick Myers (D-Iowa City), Brian Quirk (D-New
Hampton), Steve Richardson (D-Indianola), Dick Taylor (D-Cedar Rapids),
Todd Taylor (D-Cedar Rapids), Cindy Winckler (D-Davenport) and William
Witt (D-Cedar Falls). Introduced February 15, 2001.
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House of Representatives. HB
155: An Act Relating to Telemarketing. Sponsored by Reps. Jack
Coleman Jr (D-Burgin), Mike Waver (D-Elizabethtown), Eddie Ballard (D-Madisonville),
Larry Belcher (D-Stepherdsville), Buddy Buckingham (D-Murray), Barbara
White Colter (R-Manchester), Howard Cornett (R-Dry Fork), Robert Damron
(D-Nicholasville), Gippy Graham (D-Frankfort), Jodie Haydon (D-Bardstown),
Harry Moberly Jr (D-Richmond), Kathy Stein (D-Lexington), Susan Westrom
(D-Lexington) and Brent Yonts (D-Greenville). Introduced February 6,
State Senate. SB
32: An Act Relating to Telephone Solicitation. Sponsored by
Sens. Marshall Long (D-Shelbyville), Bob Jackson (D-Murray) and Ray
Jones II (D-Pikeville). Introduced January 3, 2001.
House of Delagates. HB
14: Electronic Transactions Protection Act. Sponsored by Delegates
Anthony Brown (D-25), Samuel Rosenberg (D-42), Casper Taylor Jr (D-1C),
Thomas Dewberry (D-47B), John Arnick (D-7), Michael Busch (D-30), Ann
Marie Doory (D-43), Ronald Guns (D-36), Hattie Harrison (D-45), Sheila
Hixson (D-20), Carolyn Howard (D-24), Nancy Kopp (D-16), Wheeler Baker
(D-36), Elizabeth Bobo (D-12B), William Bronrott (D-16), Joan Cadden
(D-31), Paul Carlson (D-39), Virginia Claggett (D-30), William Cole
IV (D-47A), Richard DAmato (D-39), Diane DeCarlo (D-6), Dana Lee
Dembrow (D-47B), John Donaghue (D-2C), Cornell Dypski (D-46), Michael
Finifter (D-11), Barbara Frush (D-21), John Giannetti Jr (D-13B), Marilyn
Goldwater (D-16), Peter Hammen (D-46), Henry Heller (D-19), Nancy Hubers
(D-6), Mary-Dulany James (D-34), Adrienne Jones (D-44), Verna Jones
(D-44), Ruth Kirk (D-44), Nancy Kopp (D-16), Mary Ann Love (D-32), Adrienne
Mandel (D-19), Maggie McIntosh (D-42), Pauline Menes (D-21), Brian Moe
(D-21), Kenneth Montague Jr (D-43), Dan Morhaim (D-11), Shirley Nathan-Pulliam
(D-10), George Owings III (D-27B), Obie Patterson (D-26), Shane Pendergrass
(D-13A), Carol Petzold (D-19), Wendell Phillips (D-41), Daniel Riley
(D-34), Mary Russo (D-31), Mark Shriver (D-15), Darren Swain (D-24),
Frank Turner (D-13A), Joseph Vallerio Jr (D-27A), Michael Weir (D-6),
John Wood Jr (D-29A) and Robert Zirken (D-11). Introduced November 15,
819: Public Institutions of Higher Education Prohibition Against
Disclosure of Student Information for Commercial Purposes. Sponsored
by Delegates Elizabeth Bobo (D-12B), William Bronrott (D-16), Michael
Dobson (D-43), Ann Marie Doory (D-43), Cornell Dypski (D-46), Sharon
Grosfeld (D-18), Anne Healey (D-22A), Adrienne Mandel (D-19), Jeffrey
Paige (D-44), Joan Pitkin (D-23) and Darren Swain (D-24). Introduced
February 9, 2001.
893: Consumer Protection Privacy of Social Security Numbers.
Sponsored by Delegate Cheryl Kagan (D-17). Introduced February 9, 2001.
House of Representatives, 82nd Legislative Session. House
File 580: Telecommunications Consumer Privacy Act. Sponsored
by Reps. Matt Entenza (D-St. Paul), Doug Peterson (D-Madison), Rob
Leighton (D-Austin), Connie Bernardy (D-Fridley) and Luanne Koskinen
(D-Coon Rapids). Introduced February 5, 2001.
File 2919: A Bill for an Act Relating to Telecommunications...requiring
consent to use privacy customers information for marketing purposes
by telecommunications service providers.... Sponsored by Reps.
Loren Jennings (D-Harris) and Ken Wolf (R- Burnsville). Introduced February
File 3561: Telecommunications Consumer Privacy Act. Sponsored
by Rep. Loren Jennings (D-Harris). Introduced February 18, 2002.
File 3625: A Bill for an Act Regulating Electronic Mail Relating to
Data Privacy.... Sponsored Reps. Tim Pawlenty (R-Eagan) and
John Jordan (R-Brooklyn Park). Introduced March 6, 2002.
State Senate, 82nd Legislative Session. Senate
File 565: Telecommunications Consumer Privacy Act. Sponsored
by Sens. Steve Kelley (D-Hopkins), Warren Limmer (R-Maple Grove) and
James Metzen (D- South St. Paul). Introduced February 5, 2001.
File 3272: Telecommunications Consumer Privacy Act. Sponsored
by Sens. John Marty (D-Roseville), Steven Kelly (D-Hopkins) and James
Metzen (D-S. St Paul). Introduced February 18, 2002.
2362: Mississippi Telephonic Solicitation Act. Sponsored by
Sens. Tommy Robertson (R-Moss Point), Tommy Gollott (R-Biloxi), Gloria
Williamson (D-Philadelphia), Cindy Hyde-Smith (D-Brookhaven), Tom King
(R-Petal), Mike Chaney (R-Vicksburg), Terry Burton (D-Newton), Gray
Tollison (D-Oxford), Ron Farris (R-Hattiesburg), Bob Dearing (D-Natchez),
Johnnie Walls (D-Greenville), David Jordan (D-Greenwood), Delma Furniss
(D-Rena Lara), Robert Chamberlin (R-Hernando), Rob Smith (D-Richland),
Travis Little (D-Corinth), Deborah Dawkins (D-Pass Christian), Billy
Hewes (R-Gulfport), Videt Carmichael (D-Meridian), Nicky Browning (D-Ecru),
Ezell Lee (D-Picayune), Scottie Cuevas (D-Pass Christian), Tim Johnson
(R-Madison), Joseph Stogner (R-Sandy Hook), Bill Canon (R-Columbus),
Alice Harden (D-Jackson) and Jack Gorden (D-Okolona). Introduced January
2000 Regular Sessions
York State Assembly. A. 137: An Act to Amend the General Business Law, in
Relation to Limitation on Release of Holders' Names by Credit Card
and Debit Card Issuers, and Making a Technical Correction to the Section
of Such Law Relating to Enforcement by the Attorney General of the
Credit Card Registration Services Article. Sponsored by A.
Stephen Kaufman (D-Bronx), Aurelia Greene (D-Bronx), David Sidikman
(D-Plainview), Earlene Hill (D-Hempstead), Gloria Davis (D-Bronx),
Arthur Eve (D-Buffalo), Steven Sanders (D-New York), Samuel Colman
(D-Pearl River) and Susan John (D-Rochester). Introduced January 6,
A. 9401: New York State Internet Privacy Law.
Sponsored by A. William Parment (D-Jamestown), Samuel Colman (D-Pearl
River), Sandra Galef (D-Ossning), Paul Harenberg (D-Oakdale), Jeffrey
Klein (D-Bronx) and Frank Seddio (D-Brooklyn). Introduced January
A. 10405: An Act to Amend the General Business Law
and Executive Law, in Relation to Protection Personal Information
Collected and Distributed by Information Brokers. Sponsored
by A. Audrey Pheffer (D-Queens), Kevin Cahill (D-Kingston), Joan Christiansen
(D-Dewitt), Barbara Clark (D-Queens), Samuel Colman (D-Pearl River),
Aurelia Greene (D-Bronx), Jacob Gunther III (D-Monticello), Stephen
Kaufman (D-Bronx), Vito Lopez (D-Brooklyn) and Frank Seddio (D-Brooklyn).
Introduced March 28, 2000.
2000 Regular Sessions
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House of Representatives, 123rd General Assembly. HB
636:To Prohibit the Disclosure of Personal Information Contained in
a Public Record to a Person Intending to Use the Information for Surveys,
Marketing, Solicitation, or Resale for Commercial Purposes Unless
the Subject of Record Signs a Written Authorization Permitting That
Disclosure. Sponsored by Reps. Rex Damschroder (R-89), Gary
Cates (R-58), Dale Miller (D-19), Timothy Grendell (R-68), David Evans
(R-77), Dixie Allen (D-38), Kerry Metzger (R-97), James Hoops (R-83),
Chris Redfern (D-53), Dan Metelsky (D-61), Kirk Schuring (R-55), Bryan
Flannery (D-17), Samual Britton (D-30) and Taylor, Schuler, Buchy,
Jordan, Boyd, Pringle, Verich, Winkler, and Hood. Introduced March
775: To Require School Districts, Community Schools, and Chartered Nonpublic
Schools to Obtain Written Parental Consent Before Collecting Social
Security Numbers and Certain Other Information From Students and to
Require School Districts, Community Schools, and Chartered Nonpublic
Schools to Expunge a Students
Social Security Number From its Records Upon Request. Sponsored
by Reps. Jamie Callander (R-70), Twyla Roman (R-48), Dixie Allen (D-38),
Ron Young (R-69), Patricia Clancy (R-35), Timothy Grendell (R-68) and
Jordan, and Netzley.
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Senate, 123rd General Assembly. SB
172: A Bill...to Extend the Physician-Patient Testimonial Privilege
to Include Certain Communications From Physicians to Pharmacists and
Between Patients and Pharmacists. Introduced by Sens. Drake,
Rhine McLin (D-5), Robert Hagen (D-33), C.J. Prentiss (D-21), Leigh
Herington (D-28) and Robert Spada(R-24).
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of Representatives, 124th General Assembly. HB
199: Telephone Solicitations Restrictions. Sponsored
by Rep. Rex Damschroder (R-89). Introduced April 3, 2001.
Island House of Representatives, 1999 January Session. HB 5639: An Act Relating to Electronic Mail.
Sponsored by Reps. Brian Kennedy (D-Westerly), Eugene Garvey (D-Charlestown),
Eileen Naughton (D-Warwick), and Suzanne Henseler (D-North Kingstown).
Introduced February 2, 1999.
Carolina State Senate. SB
535: No Telephone Solicitation List Act. Sponsored by Sens.
Linda Short (D-Chester, Fairfield, Union & York), Maggie Wallace
Glover (D-Florence, Marion & Dillon) and C. Bradley Hutto (D-Allendale,
Hampton, Orangeburg & Barnwell). Introduced April 3, 2001.
House of Representatives, 57th Legislature. HB
2016: Protecting Privacy. Sponsored by Reps. Jim McIntire
(D-Seattle), Brian Hatfield (D-Raymond), Brad Benson (R-Spokane),
Roger Bush (R-Spanaway), Laura Ruderman (D-Redmond)Shay Schual-Berke
(D-Highline), Steve Conway (D-Spokane), Phyllis Gutierrez Kenny (D-Seattle),
Karen Keiser (D-Des Moines), Ruth Kagi (D-Shoreline) and Christopher
Hurst (D-Enumelaw). Introduced February 12, 2001.
State Assembly, 1999 - 2000 Legislature. AB 101: Relating to Credit Card Records and Providing
a Penalty. Sponsored by Reps. Marlin Schneider (D-Wisconsin
Rapids), David Travis (D-Madison), Tony Staukenhaus (D-West Allis),
Terry Musser (R-Black River Falls), Mark Pocan (D-Madison), John Ainsworth
(R-Shawano), John Lehman (D-Racine), Peter Bock (D-Milwaukee), Mark
Miller (D-Monoma), Spencer Black (D-Madison), James Kreuser (D-Kenosha),
Robert Goetsch (R-Junena), John Ryba (D-Green Bay), Barbara Gronemus
(D-Whitehall), Scott Gunderson (R-Waterford) and Frank Boyle (D-Superior).
Introduced February 9, 1999. Please Note: All Wisconsin bills are
made up of several PDF files.
AB 294: Relating to the Disclosure of Personally Identifiable
Information by Businesses and Their Employees and Providing a Penalty.
Sponsored by Reps. Tony Staukenhaus (D-West Allis), Marlin Schneider
(D-Wisconsin Rapids), Stephen Freese (R-Dodgeville), Terry Musser
(R-Black River Falls), David Brandenmuehl (R-Fennimore), Mark Miller
(D-Monoma), Donald Hassenohrl (D-Pittsville), Joe Plouff (D-Minomonie),
Scott Gunderson (R-Waterford), Terese Bereau (D-Madison), John Lehman
(R-Racine), Mark Pocan (D-Madison), Peter Bock (D-Milwaukee), David
Cullen (D-Milwaukee) and Spencer Black (D-Madison). Introduced April
SB 44: Relating to Access to Public Records Containing
Social Security Account Numbers of Individuals. Sponsored
by Sens. Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton), Kimberly Plache (D-Racine),
Gwendolyn Moore (D-Milwaukee), Brian Rude (R-Coon Valley), Brian Burke
(D-Milwaukee), Alice Clausing (D-Menomonie), Russell Decker (D-Weston),
Carol Roessler (R-Oshkosh), Margaret Farrow (R-Pewaukee), Alan Lasee
(R-De Pere), Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) and Gary Drzwiecki (R-Pulaski).
Introduced February 16, 1999.
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