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H.B. 239 Child Protection Revisions

Bill Sponsor:

Rep. Harper, Wayne A.
Floor Sponsor:

Sen. Dayton, Margaret
  • Drafting Attorney: Thomas R. Vaughn
  • Fiscal Analyst: Stephen C. Jardine



  • Information
    • Last Action: 29 Mar 2010, Governor Signed
    • Last Location: Executive Branch - Lieutenant Governor
    • Effective Date: 11 May 2010
    • Session Law Chapter: 322


Bill Status / Votes
• Senate Actions • House Actions • Fiscal Actions • Other Actions
DateActionLocationVote
1/25/2010 Bill Numbered but not Distributed Legislative Research and General Counsel
1/25/2010 Numbered Bill Publicly Distributed Legislative Research and General Counsel
1/25/2010 LFA/ bill sent to agencies for fiscal input Legislative Research and General Counsel
1/26/2010 House/ received bill from Legislative Research House Docket Clerk
1/26/2010 House/ 1st reading (Introduced) House Rules Committee
1/29/2010 LFA/ fiscal note sent to sponsor House Rules Committee
1/29/2010 LFA/ fiscal note publicly available House Rules Committee
1/29/2010 House/ to Printing with fiscal note House Rules Committee
1/29/2010 House/ to standing committee House Health and Human Services Committee
1/29/2010 House/ received bill from Legislative Printing House Health and Human Services Committee
2/2/2010 House Comm - Amendment Recommendation House Health and Human Services Committee
2/2/2010 House Comm - Favorable Recommendation House Health and Human Services Committee6 0 1
2/2/2010 House/ comm rpt/ amended House Health and Human Services Committee
2/2/2010 House/ 2nd reading House 3rd Reading Calendar for House bills
2/9/2010 House/ 3rd reading House 3rd Reading Calendar for House bills
2/9/2010 House/ passed 3rd reading Senate Secretary69 0 6
2/9/2010 House/ to Senate Senate Secretary
2/9/2010 Senate/ received from House Waiting for Introduction in the Senate
2/9/2010 Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced) Senate Rules Committee
2/11/2010 Senate/ to standing committee Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/22/2010 Senate Comm - Favorable Recommendation Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee4 0 2
2/24/2010 Senate/ committee report favorable Senate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/24/2010 Senate/ placed on 2nd Reading Calendar Senate 2nd Reading Calendar
3/3/2010 Senate/ 2nd reading Senate 2nd Reading Calendar
3/3/2010 Senate/ passed 2nd reading Senate 3rd Reading Calendar24 0 5
3/4/2010 Senate/ 3rd reading Senate 3rd Reading Calendar
3/4/2010 Senate/ passed 3rd reading Senate President25 0 4
3/4/2010 Senate/ signed by President/ returned to House House Speaker
3/4/2010 Senate/ to House House Speaker
3/4/2010 House/ received from Senate House Speaker
3/4/2010 House/ signed by Speaker/ sent for enrolling Legislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/4/2010 Bill Received from House for Enrolling Legislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/8/2010 Draft of Enrolled Bill Prepared Legislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/18/2010 Enrolled Bill Returned to House or Senate Clerk of the House
3/18/2010 House/ enrolled bill to Printing Clerk of the House
3/19/2010 House/ to Governor Executive Branch - Governor
3/29/2010 Governor Signed Executive Branch - Lieutenant Governor