State Statutes Incorporating 'PRB-1 like' Legislation
- Emergency Communications Preservation Act
A law codifying PRB-1 as a state statute
- Indiana SB 109
A bill codifying PRB-1 as a state statute
- HLS 99-2927;
A bill limiting authority of local governing bodies to regulate amateur radio antennas.
221.295 Ordinances regulating placement or height of radio antennas. Notwithstanding ORS chapters 215 and 227, a city or county ordinance based on health, safety or aesthetic considerations that regulates the placement, screening or height of the antennas or antenna support structures of amateur radio operators must reasonably accommodate amateur radio communications and must represent the minimum practicable regulation necessary to accomplish the purpose of the city or county. However, a city or county may not restrict antennas or antenna support structures of amateur radio perators to heights of 70 feet or lower unless the restriction is necessary to achieve a clearly defined health, safety or aesthetic objective of the city or county. [1999 c.507 §1]
Note: 221.295 was enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but was not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 221 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
The statutory compilation of the Vermont statute on municipal regulation of ham antennas is 24 V.S.A. sec.2296.
- State Statues Text: 59.69(4f) 60.61(3d) 62.23(7)(hf)
- 2001 Assembly Bill 368 (AB-368)
- 2001 Wisconsin Act 50
- Powers and Miscellaneous Matters (See Section 15-1-130, "Prohibitions; amateur radio antenna regulation").
- Corporate Powers and Duties (See Section 18-2-114, "Prohibitions; amateur radio antenna regulation").