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2007-2008 Session
Bill TextFiscal Note
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SL2007-369 [HTML]
 
Last Action: Ch. SL 2007-369 on 08/19/2007
Sponsors: Goodall; (Primary)
Berger of Rockingham; Brown; Brunstetter; Cowell; Forrester; Rand; Smith; Stevens;
Attributes: Public; Text has changed;
Counties: No counties specifically cited
Statutes:
163 (Chapter); 163-106, 163-291.1 (Sections)
Keywords:
CHAPTERED, CRIMINAL RECORDS, ELECTIONS, POLITICAL ACTIVITY, PRESENTED, PUBLIC, PUBLIC OFFICIALS, RATIFIED, RECORDS, SEN. GOODALL
Vote History
Date Subject RCS # Aye No N/V Exc. Abs. Exc. Vote Total Result
07/26/2007 4:20PM Third Reading [H] - 1083 110 0 1 8 0 110 PASSED
07/30/2007 3:12PM Motion 8\To Concur [S] - 1047 44 0 6 0 0 44 PASSED
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History Senate Bill Action History
Date Chamber Action Documents  
03/21/2007 Senate Filed  
03/26/2007 Senate Ref To Com On Select Committee on Government and Election Reform  
05/08/2007 Senate Reptd Fav Com Substitute  
05/08/2007 Senate Com Substitute Adopted  
05/09/2007 Senate Passed 2nd & 3rd Reading  
05/14/2007 House Passed 1st Reading  
05/14/2007 House Ref To Com On Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform  
07/12/2007 House Reptd Fav Com Substitute  
07/12/2007 House Cal Pursuant Rule 36(b)  
07/16/2007 House Placed On Cal For 7/17/2007  
07/17/2007 House Passed 2nd Reading  
07/18/2007 House Postponed To 7/24/2007  
07/24/2007 House Postponed To 7/26/2007  
07/26/2007 House Amend Adopted 1  
07/26/2007 House Passed 3rd Reading  
07/27/2007 Senate Rec To Concur H Com Sub  
07/27/2007 Senate Placed On Cal For 7/28/2007  
07/30/2007 Senate Concurred In H/com Sub  
07/31/2007 Ratified  
07/31/2007 Pres. To Gov. 7/31/2007  
08/19/2007 Signed By Gov. 8/19/2007  
08/19/2007 Ch. SL 2007-369  

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