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Billdata Timeline
15.05.2018
: legislature
Read by title, roll called, yeas 88, nays 1, Senate amendments concurred in.
11.05.2018
: legislature
Scheduled for concurrence on 05/15/18.
08.05.2018
: legislature
Received from the Senate with amendments.
08.05.2018
bill:passed: legislature
Senate floor amendments read and adopted. Read by title, passed by a vote of 31 yeas and 4 nays, and ordered returned to the House. Motion to reconsider tabled.
26.04.2018
: legislature
Reported with Legislative Bureau amendments which were read and adopted. Read by title and passed to third reading and final passage.
25.04.2018
: legislature
Committee amendments read and adopted. Read by title and referred to the Legislative Bureau.
24.04.2018
: legislature
Reported with amendments.
17.04.2018
committee:referred: legislature
Read second time by title and referred to the Committee on Judiciary C.
16.04.2018
: legislature
Received in the Senate. Read first time by title and placed on the Calendar for a second reading.
12.04.2018
bill:passed: legislature
Read third time by title, amended, roll called on final passage, yeas 97, nays 3. Finally passed, title adopted, ordered to the Senate.
06.04.2018
: legislature
Scheduled for floor debate on 04/12/18.
06.04.2018
: legislature
Read by title, ordered engrossed, passed to 3rd reading.
05.04.2018
: legislature
Reported favorably (16-0).
27.03.2018
committee:referred: legislature
Read by title, under the rules, referred to the Committee on Administration of Criminal Justice.
26.03.2018
: legislature
Read by title. Lies over under the rules.
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