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<< H100 House Bill 101 (= S102) H102 >>
2017-2018 Session
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Last Action: Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate on 04/21/2017
Sponsors: ClampittSaine;  (Primary)
BradfordDulinG. GrahamHensonBrenden JonesMcNeillPottsShepardB. TurnerWarrenWhite
Attributes: Public; Text has changed;
Counties: JACKSON
Statutes:
145 (Chapter); 145-49 (Section)
Keywords:
ANIMALS, COUNTIES, EMERGENCY SERVICES, ENVIRONMENT, FIREFIGHTERS & FIREFIGHTING, FISH & WILDLIFE, FUNDS & ACCOUNTS, JACKSON COUNTY, PENSION & RETIREMENT FUNDS, POVERTY, PUBLIC, RETIREMENT, SALARIES & BENEFITS, STATE SYMBOLS, TITLE CHANGE
Vote History
Date Subject RCS # Aye No N/V Exc. Abs. Exc. Vote Total Result
04/20/2017 5:14PM Second Reading [H] - 274 112 0 1 7 0 112 PASS
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History House Bill Action History
Date Chamber Action Documents Vote
02/14/2017 House Filed DRH40065-MH-29
02/15/2017 House Passed 1st Reading  
02/15/2017 House Ref to the Com on State and Local Government II, if favorable, Appropriations  
02/28/2017 House Serial Referral To Appropriations Stricken
02/28/2017 House Serial Referral To Pensions and Retirement Added
02/28/2017 House Serial Referral To Appropriations Added
04/20/2017 House Reptd Fav Com Substitute H101-PCS30364-LG-2
04/20/2017 House Serial Referral To Appropriations Stricken
04/20/2017 House Serial Referral To Pensions and Retirement Stricken
04/20/2017 House Cal Pursuant Rule 36(b)
04/20/2017 House Added to Calendar
04/20/2017 House Passed 2nd Reading CS: H101-PCS30364-LG-2
PASS: 112-0
04/20/2017 House Passed 3rd Reading CS: H101-PCS30364-LG-2
04/21/2017 House Regular Message Sent To Senate
04/21/2017 Senate Regular Message Received From House
04/21/2017 Senate Passed 1st Reading  
04/21/2017 Senate Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate  

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