Bill Information for HB 2275 


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DNA testing; requiring submission of DNA samples from persons arrested for felony crimes; effective date.

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History For HB 2275


Action

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Date

Chamber

First Reading 20 02/01/2016 H

Authored by Representative Denney 20 02/01/2016 H

Second Reading referred to Public Safety 164 02/02/2016 H

CR; Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Public Safety Committee 216 02/11/2016 H

Authored by Senator Jolley (principal Senate author) 216 02/11/2016 H

General Order 263 02/22/2016 H

Third Reading, Measure failed: Ayes: 38 Nays: 56 263 02/22/2016 H

Notice served to reconsider vote by Representative Denney 263 02/22/2016 H

Motion to reconsider adopted: Ayes: 59 Nays: 19 303 02/24/2016 H

Laid over on Third Reading 303 02/24/2016 H

Considered 517 03/09/2016 H

Third Reading, Measure passed: Ayes: 52 Nays: 36 517 03/09/2016 H

Referred for engrossment 518 03/09/2016 H

Engrossed, signed, to Senate 563 03/10/2016 H

First Reading 562 03/10/2016 S

Second Reading referred to Public Safety Committee then to Appropriations Committee 628 03/23/2016 S

Reported Do Pass Public Safety committee; CR filed 658 03/31/2016 S

Referred to Appropriations 658 03/31/2016 S

Withdrawn from Appropriations committee 661 04/04/2016 S

Direct to Calendar 661 04/04/2016 S

coauthored by Pittman 807 04/18/2016 S

General Order, Considered 821 04/19/2016 S

Measure passed: Ayes: 32 Nays: 15 822 04/19/2016 S

Engrossed measure signed, returned to House 822 04/19/2016 S

Referred for enrollment 852 04/19/2016 H

Enrolled, signed, to Senate 855 04/20/2016 H

Enrolled measure signed, returned to House 855 04/20/2016 S

Sent to Governor 866 04/20/2016 H

Approved by Governor 04/26/2016 929 04/26/2016 H

 
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