News and updates about Bill

Bill seeks to extend COVID emergency powers by a year

Bill also considers making not carrying out a COVID test a criminal offense.

Bill seeks to extend COVID emergency powers by a year

US: Bill to require background checks for ammunition purchases

Top Jewish Democrats reintroduce ‘Jaime’s Law,’ ammunition background check bill named for Jewish Parkland victim.

US: Bill to require background checks for ammunition purchases

Executive Pay Reduction Law draft published

Reduction to apply according to bill to President, PM, alternate PM, ministers, deputy ministers, judges, and more.

Executive Pay Reduction Law draft published

'Economic violence is not violence'

Adv. Tamar Harpaz criticizes bill comparing 'economic violence' in family to physical violence: 'Another tool to undermine family unit.'

'Economic violence is not violence'player

California bill will ensure the right to hang mezuzahs

New bill bars landlords and condominium associations from banning 'display of religious items' on doorframes.

California bill will ensure the right to hang mezuzahs

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs law against anti-Semitism

DeSantis officially signs into law legislation against anti-Semitism two days after a ceremonial signing in Jerusalem.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signs law against anti-Semitism

'Immunity Law' placed on Knesset table

Bill establishes an MK's default immunity from indictment, removal of which is subject to the approval of the House Committee.

'Immunity Law' placed on Knesset table

Republicans launch bid to force House vote on BDS

Bill targeting BDS has been held up in part because Democrats say it poses a threat to First Amendment free speech protections.

Republicans launch bid to force House vote on BDS

Moshe Feiglin: 'Cannabis must be legalized'

Zehut conditions future political agreements on legalization: 'One who broke law to acquire medicine he needs will receive my full backing.'

Moshe Feiglin: 'Cannabis must be legalized'

Knesset approves 'Gidon Sa'ar Law' in preliminary reading

According to the bill, president may only select prime minister from party leaders. 'The bill will prevent tricks.'

Knesset approves 'Gidon Sa'ar Law' in preliminary reading

Irish Senate advances bill that bans 'settlement goods'

Ireland’s Senate advances bill outlawing sale of goods from Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Violators may be jailed, fined.

Irish Senate advances bill that bans 'settlement goods'

Liberman: 'We won't stop until the mission is completed'

Bill to be brought Wednesday for discussion in Law Committee ahead of Knesset's approval in first reading. DM: 'We won't give up.'

Liberman: 'We won't stop until the mission is completed'

New bill seeks heavy tax on foreign government-funded NGOs

A new bill aims to impose heavy taxes on organizations that receive the majority of their funding from foreign governments.

New bill seeks heavy tax on foreign government-funded NGOs

Will terrorists be expelled within Judea and Samaria?

Committee to discuss MK Yogev's bill giving IDF general authority to expel families of terrorists to different area of Judea and Samaria.

Will terrorists be expelled within Judea and Samaria?

Cultural Loyalty Law approved by Ministerial Committee

Bill initiated by Culture Minister Miri Regev and supported by Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon.

Cultural Loyalty Law approved by Ministerial Committeeplayer

'Breaking the Silence Law' approved for second, third readings

Red card for radical left: Bill to keep radical leftist organizations out of schools advances to final stages of legislation.

'Breaking the Silence Law' approved for second, third readingsplayer

'Years from now, we'll all regret the major effect this has'

Histadrut Jurist Union Chairman Yitzchak Gordon explains why they emphatically protest proposed law change.

'Years from now, we'll all regret the major effect this has'player

Ministerial Committee approves bill against documenting soldiers

Bill barring filming of IDF soldiers during operational activity approved in committee despite AG's opposition - but will be softened later.

Ministerial Committee approves bill against documenting soldiers

'Terrorist funerals must not become pro-terror rallies'

Knesset committee approves bill to prevent mass funerals for terrorists. 'Unbelievable displays of incitement.'

'Terrorist funerals must not become pro-terror rallies'player

Due to security situation: Sovereignty bill postponed

Coalition heads unanimously decide to postpone vote on bill seeking to apply sovereignty in Judea and Samaria, due to situation in North.

Due to security situation: Sovereignty bill postponed

March of the Living will proceed despite Poland's Holocaust law

'Now, as much as ever, we believe our mission is of the utmost importance.'

March of the Living will proceed despite Poland's Holocaust law

Netanyahu blocks Judea and Samaria sovereignty bill

PM instructs that vote in key ministerial committee will only take place after coordination with the Trump administration.

Netanyahu blocks Judea and Samaria sovereignty bill

'Mr Prime Minister, the time has come for sovereignty'

Jewish Home Minister calls on PM not to block Judea, Samaria sovereignty bill, to come to Ministerial Committee for Legislation this Sunday.

'Mr Prime Minister, the time has come for sovereignty'player

Polish president to sign Holocaust bill

Polish president says he will sign bill forbidding linking Poland to crimes of Holocaust, but will refer it for judicial review.

Polish president to sign Holocaust bill

Bennett threatens Likud over 'Ariel University Bill'

Jewish Home Chairman says Ministerial Legislation Committee frozen until PM green lights law normalizing colleges in Judea, Samaria.

Bennett threatens Likud over 'Ariel University Bill'

'Death penalty for Jews? Pathetic'

Attorney Itamar Ben-Gvir slams PM for suggesting death penalty law intended for terrorists could be used against Jews.

'Death penalty for Jews? Pathetic'

'The State of Israel's existence is at stake'

MK Nava Boker says Israel must use the death penalty in order to eradicate terror and ensure country's continued existence.

'The State of Israel's existence is at stake'

'Soros Law' targets donors to anti-Israel organizations

MK Zohar: 'The time has come to dry up leftist NGOs which work against the government, slander Israel, and hurt its right to defend itself.'

'Soros Law' targets donors to anti-Israel organizations

Likud pulls 'Beit El Bill'

Coalition Chairman removes bill from agenda, after it became clear to the PM's Office that Law Committee intended to approve the bill today.

Likud pulls 'Beit El Bill'

Street names for the gender-disoriented: Shuli Mualem cosponsors

Bill requires 40% representation of street names for women, Sephardic Jews, Arabs, the gender-disoriented, and auto-hermaphrodites.

Street names for the gender-disoriented: Shuli Mualem cosponsors

'Why should foreign-funded NGOs get tax breaks?'

New bill proposes to cancel property tax discount for foreign-funded NGOs.

'Why should foreign-funded NGOs get tax breaks?'

Proposed law for 'financial violence'

Minister Gila Gamliel endorses bill which would enable people to sue family members for 'financial violence' against them.

Proposed law will make spouses liable for 'financial violence'

No petty criminal investigations of sitting PM?

MK Amsalem files law proposal to bar investigations into sitting Prime Minister for crimes bearing penalty of less than 6 months prison.

New bill: No petty criminal investigations of sitting PM

Bill: Ban public calls to Muslim prayer

Calls to prayer and messages via muezzin are noisy and disrupt the daily life of non-Muslims, MK argues Wednesday.

Bill: Ban public calls to Muslim prayer

Bill: Subsidize services for Israelis with autism

MKs and parents urge the Knesset to put petty politics aside Wednesday, as bill cementing rights for the autistic is due for a vote.

Bill: Subsidize services for Israel's autistic population

Bill to force government to complete 4-year term

MK Nissan Slomiansky says the revolving door of Israeli government has prevented any of the real issues from being addressed.

Bill to force government to complete four-year term

Bill: Tougher fines for emergency hotline pranks

Terror wave prompting push to enforce laws against false emergency calls; proposals could change entire emergency hotline system.

Bill: Tougher fines for pranks on emergency hotlines

Bill: Two Years' Prison for Rock-Throwers

Proposal also to sanction police using greater force to catch terrorists; rock-throwers who cause death to be charged with murder.

Bill: Two Years' Prison for Rock-Throwers - Teens Included

Bill: Ban Businesses from Demanding Shabbat Work

After Tel Aviv Shabbat business scandal, Likud MK proposes bill to protect the rights of Shabbat-observant Israelis.

Bill: Ban Businesses, Franchises from Demanding Work on Shabbat

Illinois Passes Anti-BDS Bill

Bill requires State of Illinois to divest from all companies that boycott Israel.

Illinois Passes Anti-BDS Bill