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S.B. 146 Avoiding Apprehension Amendment

Floor Sponsor:
Rep. Bowman, DeMar Bud
  • Drafting Attorney: Susan Creager Allred
  • Fiscal Analyst: William J. Greer



  • Information
    • Last Action: 21 Mar 2005, Governor Signed
    • Last Location: Lieutenant Governor's office for filing
    • Effective Date: 2 May 2005
    • Session Law Chapter: 288


Bill Status / Votes
• Senate Actions • House Actions • Fiscal Actions • Other Actions
DateActionLocationVote
1/26/2005 Bill Numbered but not Distributed Legislative Research and General Counsel
1/26/2005 Numbered Bill Publicly Distributed Legislative Research and General Counsel
1/27/2005 Senate/ received bill from Legislative Research Waiting for Introduction in the Senate
1/27/2005 Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced) Senate Rules Committee
1/28/2005 Senate/ to standing committee Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
1/28/2005 Senate Comm - Favorable Recommendation Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee4 0 4
1/31/2005 Senate/ committee report favorable Senate 2nd Reading Calendar
2/1/2005 Senate/ received fiscal note from Fiscal Analyst Senate 2nd Reading Calendar
2/9/2005 Senate/ 2nd reading Senate 2nd Reading Calendar
2/9/2005 Senate/ floor amendment Senate 2nd Reading Calendar
2/9/2005 Senate/ passed 2nd reading Senate 3rd Reading Calendar25 1 3
2/10/2005 Senate/ 3rd reading Senate 3rd Reading Calendar
2/10/2005 Senate/ floor amendment Senate 3rd Reading Calendar
2/10/2005 Senate/ circled Senate 3rd Reading Calendar
2/14/2005 Senate/ uncircled Senate 3rd Reading Calendar
2/14/2005 Senate/ passed 3rd reading Clerk of the House24 3 2
2/14/2005 Senate/ to House with amendments Clerk of the House
2/14/2005 House/ received from Senate Clerk of the House
2/14/2005 House/ 1st reading (Introduced) House Rules Committee
2/14/2005 House/ to standing committee House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee
2/15/2005 House Comm - Favorable Recommendation House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee7 0 4
2/16/2005 House/ committee report favorable House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee
2/16/2005 House/ 2nd reading House 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
2/16/2005 House/ return to Rules due to fiscal impact House Rules Committee
3/2/2005 House/ 2nd suspended House 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/2/2005 House/ Rules to 3rd Reading Calendar House 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/2/2005 House/ 3rd reading House 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/2/2005 House/ circled House 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/2/2005 House/ uncircled House 3rd Reading Calendar for Senate bills
3/2/2005 House/ passed 3rd reading House Speaker61 1 13
3/2/2005 House/ signed by Speaker/ returned to Senate Senate President
3/2/2005 Senate/ signed by President/ sent for enrolling Legislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/7/2005 Bill Received from Senate for Enrolling Legislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/9/2005 Draft of Enrolled Bill Prepared Legislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/10/2005 Enrolled Bill Returned to House or Senate Senate Secretary
3/10/2005 Senate/ enrolled bill to Printing Senate Secretary
3/11/2005 Senate/ to Governor Executive Branch - Governor
3/21/2005 Governor Signed Lieutenant Governor's office for filing