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Bill Actions for SB 2003

HJ=House Journal; SJ=Senate Journal

Introduced by Appropriations

AN ACT to provide an appropriation for defraying the expenses of the North Dakota university system; to create and enact two new sections to chapter 15‑10 and a new section to chapter 54‑12 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to approval of capital projects requested by institutions under the control of the state board of higher education, the nickel trophy, and tuition and fee waivers for law enforcement officers; and to amend and reenact sections 15‑10‑48, 15‑10‑49, 15‑18.2‑05, 15‑18.2‑06, 54‑10‑22.1, and 54‑44.1‑11 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to matching grants for institutions under the control of the state board of higher education, state aid to institutions, the minimum amount payable through the higher education funding formula, protecting donor records from audits of university and college foundations, and the cancellation of unexpended appropriations; to repeal chapter 15‑10.2 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the midwestern higher education compact; to provide for the transfer of funds; to authorize the state board of higher education to issue and sell bonds for capital projects; to provide exemptions; to provide for the reallocation of oil and gas tax distributions; to authorize the conveyance of real property owned by the state of North Dakota; to provide for studies; to provide for legislative management reports; to provide legislative intent; to provide an effective date; and to declare an emergency.

Date Chamber Meeting Description Journal
01/03 Senate Introduced, first reading, referred Appropriations Committee SJ 22
01/16 Senate Committee Hearing 08:30
Committee Hearing 11:00
Committee Hearing 01:30
Committee Hearing 02:15
Committee Hearing 03:00
Committee Hearing 03:45
01/17 Senate Committee Hearing 08:30
Committee Hearing 09:15
Committee Hearing 10:00
Committee Hearing 10:45
Committee Hearing 01:30
Committee Hearing 02:15
01/18 Senate Committee Hearing 08:30
Committee Hearing 09:30
02/20 Senate Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 14 0 0 SJ 543
02/21 Senate Amendment adopted, placed on calendar SJ 578
Second reading, passed, yeas 44 nays 1, Emergency clause carried SJ 578
02/22 House Received from Senate HJ 807
03/01 House Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Appropriations Committee HJ 843
03/06 House Committee Hearing 08:30
Committee Hearing 11:00
Committee Hearing 01:30
Committee Hearing 02:15
Committee Hearing 03:00
Committee Hearing 03:45
03/07 House Committee Hearing 08:30
03/08 House Committee Hearing 08:30
Committee Hearing 09:15
Committee Hearing 10:00
Committee Hearing 10:45
Committee Hearing 01:30
Committee Hearing 02:15
03/16 House Committee Hearing 09:00
03/22 House Committee Hearing 09:00
04/14 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 19 1 1 HJ 1666
Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 1686
Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 77 nays 10 HJ 1686
Emergency clause carried HJ 1686
04/17 Senate Returned to Senate (12) SJ 1453
Refused to concur SJ 1469
Conference committee appointed Holmberg Krebsbach Robinson SJ 1469
House Conference committee appointed Sanford Martinson Streyle HJ 1719
04/26 Senate Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar SJ 1719
Conference committee report adopted SJ 1749
Second reading, passed, yeas 45 nays 2, Emergency clause carried SJ 1749
04/27 House Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar HJ 1988
Conference committee report adopted HJ 2008
Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 62 nays 27 HJ 2008
Emergency clause failed HJ 2008
Reconsidered HJ 2010
Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 71 nays 18 HJ 2010
Emergency clause carried HJ 2010
Signed by Speaker HJ 2011
Senate Signed by President SJ 1785
Sent to Governor SJ 1785
05/18 Senate Signed by Governor, but item veto 05/02 SJ 1808
05/25 Filed with Secretary Of State 05/03

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