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Billdata Timeline
25.01.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
25.01.2022
introduction, reading-1: House
Filed for introduction
25.01.2022
introduction, reading-1: Senate
Filed for introduction
26.01.2022
introduction: House
Intro., P1C.
26.01.2022
introduction: Senate
Introduced, Passed on First Consideration
27.01.2022
referral-committee: House
P2C, ref. to Criminal Justice Committee -- Education Administration Committee
27.01.2022
: Senate
Passed on Second Consideration, refer to Senate Education Committee
28.01.2022
referral-committee: House
Assigned to s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee
01.02.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
15.02.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
16.02.2022
: House
Placed on s/c cal Criminal Justice Subcommittee for 2/23/2022
22.02.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
23.02.2022
: House
Placed on s/c cal Criminal Justice Subcommittee for 3/2/2022
23.02.2022
: House
Action Def. in s/c Criminal Justice Subcommittee to 3/2/2022
02.03.2022
: House
Placed on cal. Criminal Justice Committee for 3/9/2022
02.03.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
02.03.2022
referral-committee: House
Rec for pass if am by s/c ref. to Criminal Justice Committee
03.03.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
09.03.2022
committee-passage-favorable: House
Rec. for pass. if am., ref. to Education Administration
09.03.2022
: Senate
Placed on Senate Education Committee calendar for 3/16/2022
10.03.2022
: House
Placed on cal. Education Administration for 3/16/2022
15.03.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) withdrawn.
16.03.2022
committee-passage-favorable: House
Rec. for pass; ref to Calendar & Rules Committee
16.03.2022
: Senate
Placed on Senate Education Committee calendar for 3/23/2022
16.03.2022
: Senate
Action deferred in Senate Education Committee to 3/23/2022
22.03.2022
: Senate
Sponsor(s) Added.
23.03.2022
: House
Placed on cal. Calendar & Rules Committee for 3/24/2022
23.03.2022
: Senate
Placed on Senate Education Committee calendar for 3/29/2022
23.03.2022
: Senate
Action deferred in Senate Education Committee to 3/30/2022
24.03.2022
: House
H. Placed on Regular Calendar for 3/28/2022
28.03.2022
passage: House
Passed H., as am., Ayes 63, Nays 24, PNV 0
28.03.2022
: House
Sponsor(s) Added.
28.03.2022
amendment-passage: House
H. adopted am. (Amendment 1 - HA0657)
28.03.2022
amendment-deferral: House
Am. tabled. (Amendment 2 - HA0768)
29.03.2022
: House
Engrossed; ready for transmission to Sen.
29.03.2022
: Senate
Recommended for passage with amendment/s, refer to Senate Calendar Committee Ayes 5, Nays 1 PNV 3
30.03.2022
introduction: House
Received from House, Passed on First Consideration
30.03.2022
: Senate
Refer to Senate Judiciary Committee
30.03.2022
: Senate
Recalled from Senate Calendar Committee
04.04.2022
: Senate
Placed on Senate Judiciary Committee calendar for 4/6/2022
04.04.2022
: Senate
Rule #83(8) Suspended, to be heard in S. Judiciary Comm. 4-6-22
06.04.2022
: Senate
Sponsor(s) Added.
06.04.2022
: Senate
Deferred to Summer Study
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summary

This bill attempts to categorize school library materials as obscenity and pornography. It criminalizes librarians. This is a disgusting violation of the First Amendment.

who will receive your email?

Antonio Parkinson Representative

Harold Love Representative

Justin Lafferty Representative

Kirk Haston Representative

Yusuf Hakeem Representative

Michele Carringer Representative

Mark White Representative

John Gillespie Representative

Tandy Darby Representative

Mark Cochran Representative

John Clemmons Representative

Charlie Baum Representative

Chris Hurt Representative

why sign?

  • This bill will result in First Amendment violations.
  • School librarians are important professionals in the educational process, not criminals.