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Bill Actions for HB 1425

HJ=House Journal; SJ=Senate Journal

Introduced by Rep. Nathe, D. Anderson, Bosch, Headland, Howe, Lefor, Mock, Porter

Introduced by Sen. Hogue, Meyer, Bell, Wardner

AN ACT to create and enact section 6‑09‑49.1 and a new section to chapter 21‑10 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the legacy infrastructure loan fund and the state investment board; to amend and reenact sections 21‑10‑02 and 21‑10‑11 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the state investment board and the legacy and budget stabilization fund advisory board; and to provide a continuing appropriation.

Date Chamber Meeting Description Journal
01/18 House Introduced, first reading, referred Finance and Taxation Committee HJ 276
02/02 House Committee Hearing 09:00
02/09 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 14 0 0 HJ 561
02/10 House Rereferred to Finance and Taxation HJ 575
Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 13 0 1 HJ 585
02/11 House Amendment adopted HJ 593
Rereferred to Appropriations HJ 593
02/22 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 15 5 1 HJ 888
02/23 House Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 907
02/24 House Second reading, passed, yeas 85 nays 8 HJ 999
03/03 Senate Received from House SJ 737
Introduced, first reading, referred Finance and Taxation Committee SJ 757
03/10 Senate Committee Hearing 10:00
03/16 Senate Reported back, do pass 7 0 0 SJ 869
Rereferred to Appropriations SJ 869
03/24 Senate Committee Hearing 08:30
03/25 Senate Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 14 0 0 SJ 1004
03/26 Senate Laid over one legislative day SJ 1015
03/29 Senate Second reading, passed, yeas 47 nays 0 SJ 1051
03/30 House Returned to House HJ 1331
03/31 Senate Signed by President SJ 1104
04/06 House Signed by Speaker HJ 1468
Sent to Governor HJ 1468
04/08 House Signed by Governor 04/08 HJ 1509
04/09 Filed with Secretary Of State 04/08

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