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Bill Actions for HB 1087

HJ=House Journal; SJ=Senate Journal

Introduced by Industry, Business and Labor

(At the request of the Insurance Commissioner)

AN ACT to create and enact two new sections to chapter 26.1‑36.7 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to third-party reinsurance; to amend and reenact sections 26.1‑03‑17, 26.1‑36.7‑01, 26.1‑36.7‑02, 26.1‑36.7‑03, 26.1‑36.7‑04, 26.1‑36.7‑05, 26.1‑36.7‑06, 26.1‑36.7‑07, 26.1‑36.7‑08, 26.1‑36.7‑09, and 26.1‑36.7‑10 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to premium taxes and credits for insurance companies and the establishment of an invisible reinsurance pool for the individual health insurance market; to provide for a study; to provide a penalty; to provide an appropriation; to provide a continuing appropriation; and to declare an emergency.

Date Chamber Meeting Description Journal
01/05 House Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Industry, Business and Labor Committee HJ 157
01/12 House Committee Hearing 01:45
01/14 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 13 1 0 HJ 239
01/15 House Amendment adopted HJ 249
Rereferred to Appropriations HJ 249
02/05 House Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 16 4 1 HJ 507
02/15 House Second reading, passed, yeas 64 nays 30, Emergency clause carried HJ 626
02/16 Senate Received from House SJ 564
02/17 Senate Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Industry, Business and Labor Committee SJ 605
03/03 Senate Committee Hearing 02:30
03/04 Senate Reported back, do pass 6 0 0 SJ 777
Rereferred to Appropriations SJ 777
03/24 Senate Committee Hearing 02:30
03/25 Senate Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 14 0 0 SJ 1001
03/26 Senate Second reading, passed, yeas 42 nays 3, Emergency clause carried SJ 1016
03/29 House Returned to House HJ 1314
03/30 Senate Signed by President SJ 1083
03/31 House Signed by Speaker HJ 1362
Sent to Governor HJ 1362
04/05 House Signed by Governor 04/01 HJ 1413
04/06 Filed with Secretary Of State 04/01

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