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2017-2018 Session
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Last Action: Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate on 04/27/2017
Sponsors: FairclothMcNeillRossDavis;  (Primary)
Bert Jones
Attributes: Public; Text has changed;
Counties: No counties specifically cited
Statutes:
136 (Chapter); 136-18, 20-183.31 (Sections)
Keywords:
CAMERAS, PUBLIC, ROADS & HIGHWAYS, TRAFFIC CAMERAS, TRAFFIC OFFENSES, TRANSPORTATION, TRANSPORTATION DEPT.
Vote History
Date Subject RCS # Aye No N/V Exc. Abs. Exc. Vote Total Result
04/26/2017 10:21PM A1 Faircloth Second Reading [H] - 440 116 2 1 1 0 118 PASS
04/26/2017 10:23PM Second Reading [H] - 441 106 12 1 1 0 118 PASS
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History House Bill Action History
Date Chamber Action Documents Vote
03/02/2017 House Filed DRH40099-ML-84
03/06/2017 House Passed 1st Reading  
03/06/2017 House Ref to the Com on Transportation, if favorable, Energy and Public Utilities  
03/21/2017 House Reptd Fav  
03/21/2017 House Re-ref Com On Energy and Public Utilities  
03/22/2017 House Serial Referral To Judiciary I Added
04/05/2017 House Reptd Fav  
04/05/2017 House Re-ref Com On Judiciary I  
04/13/2017 House Serial Referral To Regulatory Reform Added
04/19/2017 House Reptd Fav  
04/19/2017 House Re-ref Com On Regulatory Reform  
04/26/2017 House Withdrawn From Com
04/26/2017 House Cal Pursuant Rule 36(b)
04/26/2017 House Added to Calendar  
04/26/2017 House Amend Adopted A1 A1: H242-ABG-10-V-3
PASS: 116-2
04/26/2017 House Passed 2nd Reading   PASS: 106-12
04/26/2017 House Passed 3rd Reading  
04/26/2017 House Ordered Engrossed
04/27/2017 House Regular Message Sent To Senate
04/27/2017 Senate Regular Message Received From House
04/27/2017 Senate Passed 1st Reading  
04/27/2017 Senate Ref To Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate  

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