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Legislative Bill Tracking - Sixty-fifth Assembly (2017) - View Bill: HB 1136

HB 1136  View Video

Relating to substance use disorder treatment voucher system; to amend and reenact subsections 4 and 5 of section 50-01.2-03, subsection 1 of section 50-06-01.4, sections 50-06-05.1 and 50-06-05.2, subsection 1 of section 50-06-05.3, sections 50-06-05.5 and 50-06-06.6, subsection 1 of section 50-06-20, sections 50-06-23, 50-06-24, and 50-06-29, and subsection 1 of section 50-06-34 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to departmental updates for statutory consistency, technical corrections, powers and duties of the department, department structure, program activities, regional human service centers, leases, and aging and disability resource center funding; and to repeal sections 50-06-01.5, 50-06-36, 50-06-39, and 50-08.1-01 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to office and office equipment, developmental disability provider review, expedited ratesetting process, and coordinating services for pregnant women; and to declare an emergency.

Committee Hearings

No committee hearings found.

Unofficial Actions

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Current Official Status of the Bill

House: PASSED   Senate: PASSED   Governor: SIGNED

Official Actions

Date Chamber Action Journal Measure Version FN Enhanced View
01/03/2017  House  Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Human Services Committee  HJ 51  17.8080.01000  FN  17.8080.01000 
01/09/2017  House  Committee Hearing - 02:30 PM         
01/12/2017  House  Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 14 0 0  HJ 123  17.8080.01001  | Marked Up    17.8080.01001 
01/13/2017  House  Amendment adopted, placed on calendar  HJ 131       
01/16/2017  House  Second reading, passed, yeas 94 nays 0, Emergency clause carried  HJ 147  17.8080.02000  FN  17.8080.02000 
02/02/2017  Senate  Received from House  SJ 263       
02/03/2017  Senate  Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Human Services Committee  SJ 286  17.8080.02000  FN  17.8080.02000 
02/21/2017  Senate  Committee Hearing - 09:00 AM         
02/23/2017  Senate  Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 7 0 0  SJ 639       
03/01/2017  Senate  Second reading, passed, yeas 47 nays 0, Emergency clause carried  SJ 648  17.8080.02000  FN  17.8080.02000 
03/02/2017  House  Returned to House  HJ 854       
03/06/2017  Senate  Signed by President  SJ 676  17.8080.03000    17.8080.03000 
03/06/2017  House  Signed by Speaker  HJ 883       
03/08/2017  House  Sent to Governor  HJ 902       
03/10/2017  House  Signed by Governor 03/09  HJ 923       
03/13/2017    Filed with Secretary Of State 03/09