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Bill Actions for HB 1395

HJ=House Journal; SJ=Senate Journal

Introduced by Rep. Delzer, Boschee, Pollert

Introduced by Sen. Heckaman, Holmberg, Wardner

AN ACT to adjust state agency spending authority approved by the emergency commission and budget section; to provide a statement of legislative intent; to provide an appropriation; to provide an exemption; to provide for retroactive application; and to declare an emergency.

Date Chamber Meeting Description Journal
01/18 House Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Appropriations Committee HJ 272
01/26 House Committee Hearing 11:30
02/22 House Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 18 0 3 HJ 887
02/24 House Second reading, passed, yeas 91 nays 3, Emergency clause carried HJ 1018
03/03 Senate Received from House SJ 737
Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Appropriations Committee SJ 756
03/26 Senate Committee Hearing 09:30
04/20 Senate Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 14 0 0 SJ 1549
Amendment adopted, placed on calendar SJ 1553
Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 46 nays 0 SJ 1553
Emergency clause carried SJ 1553
House Returned to House (12) HJ 1810
04/26 House Refused to concur HJ 1945
Conference committee appointed Delzer Pollert Boschee HJ 1945
Senate Conference committee appointed Bekkedahl Holmberg Heckaman SJ 1677
04/29 House Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar HJ 2087
Conference committee report adopted HJ 2091
Second reading, passed, yeas 85 nays 3, Emergency clause carried HJ 2091
Senate Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar SJ 1839
Conference committee report adopted SJ 1843
Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 47 nays 0 SJ 1843
Emergency clause carried SJ 1843
Signed by President SJ 1921
House Signed by Speaker HJ 2184
Sent to Governor HJ 2184
05/20 House Signed by Governor 05/07 HJ 2189
05/24 Filed with Secretary Of State 05/10

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