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Introduced by Appropriations Committee
(At the request of the Governor)
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation for defraying the expenses of the public service
commission; to provide legislative intent; to provide for a report to the budget section; to
provide an exemption; and to amend and reenact section 49-01-05 of the North Dakota Century
Code, relating to the salary of public service commissioners.

01/06 House Introduced, first reading, referred Appropriations HJ 34

01/15 House Committee Hearing 09:00

02/02 House Committee Hearing 09:00

Committee Hearing 02:30

02/03 House Committee Hearing 09:45

Committee Hearing 02:30

02/18 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment poc y 023 n 000 HJ 672

02/19 House Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 689

Second reading, passed, yeas 090 nays 003 HJ 719

02/25 Senate Received from House SJ 569

Introduced, first reading, referred Appropriations SJ 570

Committee Hearing 02:30

04/01 Senate Reported back amended, do pass, amendment poc y 013 n 000 SJ 954

04/02 Senate Amendment adopted, placed on calendar SJ 973

Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 047 nays 000 SJ 973

04/02 House Returned to House (12) HJ1115

04/14 House Refused to concur HJ1440

Conf comm appointed Thoreson Berg Kaldor HJ1440

04/16 Senate Conf comm appointed Christmann Kilzer Warner SJ1365

05/01 House Reported back from conf comm, placed on calendar (Senate recede) HJ1841

05/02 House Conference committee report adopted HJ1856

Second reading, passed, yeas 083 nays 005 HJ1856

05/02 Senate Reported back from conf comm, placed on calendar (Senate recede) SJ1751

05/04 Senate Conference committee report adopted SJ1755

Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 046 nays 000 SJ1755

Signed by President SJ1792

05/04 House Signed by Speaker HJ1929

Sent to Governor HJ1929

05/19 House Signed by Governor HJ1930

05/19 House Filed with Secretary of State

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