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<< H540 House Bill 541 / S.L. 2011-154 H542 >>
2011-2012 Session
Bill TextFiscal Note
Filed [HTML]
Edition 1 [HTML]
Edition 2 [HTML]
Ratified [HTML]
SL2011-154 [HTML]
 
Last Action: Ch. SL 2011-154 on 06/16/2011
Sponsors: Hurley; (Primary)
Attributes: Local; Text has changed;
Counties: ALAMANCE, GASTON, IREDELL, LINCOLN, MECKLENBURG, MONTGOMERY, RANDOLPH, RICHMOND, ROBESON, STANLY, WILKES
Statutes:
No affected General Statutes
Keywords:
ALAMANCE COUNTY, CHAPTERED, COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES, COMMUNITY COLLEGES, COUNTIES, DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, DHHS, EDUCATION, FINANCIAL SERVICES, GASTON COUNTY, GROUP HOMES, HEALTH SERVICES, HIGHER EDUCATION, LOANS, LOCAL, MECKLENBURG COUNTY, MENTAL HEALTH, MITCHELL COUNTY, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, NURSING HOMES, PUBLIC, RANDOLPH COUNTY, RATIFIED, REP. HURLEY, RICHMOND COUNTY, ROBESON COUNTY, TITLE CHANGE, TUITION
Vote History
Date Subject RCS # Aye No N/V Exc. Abs. Exc. Vote Total Result
06/08/2011 8:55PM Third Reading\M4 Previous\Question [H] - 849 66 44 8 2 0 110 PASSED
06/15/2011 3:42PM Second Reading [S] - 689 31 19 0 0 0 50 PASSED
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History House Bill Action History
Date Chamber Action Documents  
03/30/2011 House Filed  
03/31/2011 House Passed 1st Reading  
03/31/2011 House Ref To Com On Health and Human Services  
05/23/2011 House Withdrawn From Com  
05/23/2011 House Re-ref Com On Education  
06/07/2011 House Reptd Fav Com Substitute PCS30372
06/07/2011 House Cal Pursuant Rule 36(b)  
06/07/2011 House Placed On Cal For 6/8/2011  
06/08/2011 House Passed 2nd Reading  
06/08/2011 House Passed 3rd Reading  
06/09/2011 Senate Rec From House  
06/09/2011 Senate Passed 1st Reading  
06/09/2011 Senate Ref To Com On Education/Higher Education  
06/14/2011 Senate Reptd Fav  
06/14/2011 Senate Placed On Cal For 6/15/2011  
06/15/2011 Senate Passed 2nd & 3rd Reading  
06/16/2011 Ratified  
06/16/2011 Ch. SL 2011-154  

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