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H.B. 248 Crime Victims Restitution Amendments

Bill Sponsor:

Rep. McKell, Michael K.
Floor Sponsor:

Sen. Henderson, Deidre M.
  • Drafting Attorney: Esther Chelsea-McCarty
  • Fiscal Analyst: Gary R. Syphus




  • Information
    • Last Action: 31 Mar 2014, Governor Signed
    • Last Location: Lieutenant Governor's office for filing
    • Effective Date: 13 May 2014
    • Session Law Chapter: 244


Bill Status / Votes
• Senate Actions • House Actions • Fiscal Actions • Other Actions
DateActionLocationVote
1/3/2014 Bill Numbered but not DistributedLegislative Research and General Counsel
1/3/2014 Numbered Bill Publicly DistributedLegislative Research and General Counsel
1/22/2014 House/ received bill from Legislative PrintingClerk of the House
1/27/2014 House/ 1st reading (Introduced)House Rules Committee
1/30/2014 House/ to standing committeeHouse Judiciary Committee
2/6/2014 LFA/ bill sent to agencies for fiscal inputHouse Judiciary Committee
2/10/2014 House Comm - Substitute RecommendationHouse Judiciary Committee
2/10/2014 House Comm - Favorable RecommendationHouse Judiciary Committee9 0 0
2/10/2014 Bill Substituted by Standing CommitteeHouse Judiciary Committee
2/10/2014 (11:45:49 AM)House/ comm rpt/ substitutedHouse Judiciary Committee
2/10/2014 (11:45:50 AM)House/ 2nd readingHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for House bills
2/11/2014 LFA/ fiscal note publicly availableHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for House bills
2/12/2014 House/ received fiscal note from Fiscal AnalystHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for House bills
2/18/2014 (11:47:49 AM)House/ 3rd readingHouse 3rd Reading Calendar for House bills
2/18/2014 (11:52:28 AM)House/ passed 3rd readingSenate Secretary71 0 4
2/18/2014 (11:52:30 AM)House/ to SenateSenate Secretary
2/19/2014 Senate/ received from HouseWaiting for Introduction in the Senate
2/19/2014 Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced)Senate Rules Committee
2/20/2014 Senate/ to standing committeeSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/24/2014 Senate Comm - Favorable RecommendationSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee5 0 2
2/24/2014 Senate Comm - Consent Calendar RecommendationSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/25/2014 (10:15:43 AM)Senate/ comm rpt/ placed on Consent CalendarSenate Judiciary, Law Enforcement, and Criminal Justice Committee
2/25/2014 (10:15:44 AM)Senate/ 2nd readingSenate Consent Calendar
2/28/2014 (10:22:18 AM)Senate/ 3rd readingSenate Consent Calendar
2/28/2014 (10:23:31 AM)Senate/ passed 3rd readingSenate President27 0 2
2/28/2014 (10:23:32 AM)Senate/ signed by President/ returned to HouseHouse Speaker
2/28/2014 (10:23:33 AM)Senate/ to HouseHouse Speaker
2/28/2014 House/ received from SenateHouse Speaker
2/28/2014 House/ signed by Speaker/ sent for enrollingLegislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
2/28/2014 Bill Received from House for EnrollingLegislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/3/2014 Draft of Enrolled Bill PreparedLegislative Research and General Counsel / Enrolling
3/19/2014 Enrolled Bill Returned to House or SenateClerk of the House
3/19/2014 House/ enrolled bill to PrintingClerk of the House
3/19/2014 House/ to GovernorExecutive Branch - Governor
3/31/2014 Governor SignedLieutenant Governor's office for filing