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Session Information - Action List: Senate Bill 0298


Action List: Senate Bill 0298

ARCHIVE (2005)

Authors:  Kenley, Young, Hershman, Hume, Young, Jr.

DateChamber   Action
01/06/2005 S     Coauthored by Senators R. Young and Hume
01/06/2005 S     Authored by Senators M. Young and Kenley
01/06/2005 S     First reading: referred to Committee on Governmental Affairs and Interstate Cooperation
01/27/2005 S     Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
01/31/2005 S     Second reading: ordered engrossed
01/31/2005 S     Senator Hershman added as coauthor
02/07/2005 S     Third reading: passed; Roll Call 65: Yeas 47, Nays 0
02/07/2005 S     Referred to the House
02/07/2005 S     House sponsor: Rep. Hinkle
02/07/2005 S     Cosponsors: Reps. Murphy and Denbo
03/07/2005 H     First reading: referred to Committee on Government and Regulatory Reform
03/21/2005 H     Committee report: amend do pass, adopted
03/24/2005 H     Second reading: ordered engrossed
03/28/2005 H     Representative Koch added as cosponsor
03/28/2005 H     Returned to the Senate with amendments
03/28/2005 H     Third reading: passed; Roll Call 303: Yeas 91, Nays 2
04/05/2005 S     Senate conferees appointed: M. Young and Hume
04/05/2005 S     Senate advisors appointed: Gard and R. Young
04/05/2005 S     Senate dissented from House amendments
04/13/2005 H     House conferees appointed: Hinkle and Pelath
04/13/2005 H     House advisors appointed: Koch and Wolkins and Denbo
04/26/2005 H     Conference committee report 1 : filed in the House
04/26/2005 H     Conference committee report 1 : adopted by the House; Roll Call 575: Yeas 92, Nays 1
04/26/2005 H     Rules suspended
04/27/2005 S     Rules suspended
04/28/2005 S     Conference committee report 1 : adopted by the Senate Roll Call 519: Yeas 50, Nays 0
04/29/2005 H     Joint Rule 20 technical correction adopted by the House
04/29/2005 S     Joint Rule 20 technical correction adopted by the Senate
05/03/2005 S     Signed by the President Pro Tempore
05/03/2005 H     Signed by the Speaker
05/05/2005 S     Signed by the President of the Senate
05/12/2005 S     Signed by the Governor
05/23/2005 H     Public Law 226
05/25/2005 H     Effective 07/01/2005