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Bill Actions for HB 1349

HJ=House Journal; SJ=Senate Journal

Introduced by Rep. Monson, D. Johnson, Kading

Introduced by Sen. Luick, Oban, Wanzek

AN ACT to create and enact chapter 4.1‑18.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the regulation of hemp; to amend and reenact subdivision b of subsection 2 of section 12‑60‑24 and subsection 22 of section 19‑24.1‑01 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to criminal history background checks and the definition of marijuana; to repeal chapter 4.1‑18 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the regulation of industrial hemp; to provide a penalty; to provide a continuing appropriation; and to declare an emergency.

Date Chamber Meeting Description Journal
01/09 House Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Agriculture Committee HJ 212
01/25 House Committee Hearing 09:00
02/05 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 13 0 1 HJ 521
02/06 House Amendment adopted HJ 535
Rereferred to Appropriations HJ 535
02/19 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 20 1 0 HJ 975
02/20 House Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 986
Second reading, passed, yeas 90 nays 0, Emergency clause carried HJ 1001
Motion to reconsider laid on table HJ 1005
02/27 Senate Received from House SJ 787
Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Agriculture Committee SJ 797
03/07 Senate Committee Hearing 09:30
03/14 Senate Reported back, do pass 5 0 1 SJ 934
Rereferred to Appropriations SJ 934
03/22 Senate Committee Hearing 08:30
Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 14 0 0 SJ 1050
03/25 Senate Second reading, passed, yeas 45 nays 0, Emergency clause carried SJ 1065
03/26 House Returned to House HJ 1323
03/27 Senate Signed by President SJ 1112
03/28 House Signed by Speaker HJ 1377
Sent to Governor HJ 1377
04/01 House Signed by Governor 03/28 HJ 1409
04/02 Filed with Secretary Of State 03/29

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