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S.B. 190 Utility Fee Limitations

Bill Sponsor:

Sen. Valentine, John L.
Floor Sponsor:

Rep. Dunnigan, James A.
  • Drafting Attorney: Victoria Ashby
  • Fiscal Analyst: Angela J. Oh



  • Information
    • Last Action: 13 Mar 2014, Senate/ filed
    • Last Location: Senate file for bills not passed


Bill Status / Votes
• Senate Actions • House Actions • Fiscal Actions • Other Actions
DateActionLocationVote
2/14/2014 Bill Numbered but not DistributedLegislative Research and General Counsel
2/14/2014 Numbered Bill Publicly DistributedLegislative Research and General Counsel
2/14/2014 LFA/ bill sent to agencies for fiscal inputLegislative Research and General Counsel
2/14/2014 Senate/ received bill from Legislative ResearchWaiting for Introduction in the Senate
2/14/2014 Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced)Senate Rules Committee
2/18/2014 Senate/ to standing committeeSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/18/2014 Senate Comm - Not ConsideredSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/18/2014 LFA/ fiscal note sent to sponsorSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/18/2014 LFA/ fiscal note publicly availableSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/19/2014 Senate/ received fiscal note from Fiscal AnalystSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/24/2014 Senate Comm - Amendment RecommendationSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/24/2014 Senate Comm - Favorable RecommendationSenate Business and Labor Committee4 0 3
2/24/2014 (2:10:32 PM)Senate/ comm rpt/ amendedSenate Business and Labor Committee
2/24/2014 (2:10:33 PM)Senate/ placed on 2nd Reading CalendarSenate 2nd Reading Calendar
3/4/2014 (3:39:39 PM)Senate/ 2nd readingSenate 2nd Reading Calendar
3/4/2014 (3:46:01 PM)Senate/ 2nd Reading Calendar to RulesSenate Rules CommitteeVoice vote
3/13/2014 Senate/ strike enacting clauseSenate Secretary
3/13/2014 Senate/ filedSenate file for bills not passed