Bill Information for HB 3104 


HB 3104 by Ownbey and Griffin Receive Email Updates for this Measure (LENS)

  
 

Children; modifying drug-endangered child definition; child welfare reporting and investigations; revising reporting requirements for certain health care providers; emergency.

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History For HB 3104


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Date

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First Reading 87 02/05/2018 H

Authored by Representative Ownbey 87 02/05/2018 H

Second Reading referred to Rules 182 02/06/2018 H

Withdrawn from Rules Committee 206 02/12/2018 H

Referred to Children, Youth and Family Services 206 02/12/2018 H

CR; Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Children, Youth and Family Services Committee 247 02/28/2018 H

Authored by Senator Griffin (principal Senate author) 247 02/28/2018 H

Emergency added 247 02/28/2018 H

General Order 370 03/08/2018 H

Amended 370 03/08/2018 H

Third Reading, Measure and Emergency passed: Ayes: 86 Nays: 0 371 03/08/2018 H

Referred for engrossment 371 03/08/2018 H

Engrossed, signed, to Senate 385 03/12/2018 H

First Reading 504 03/12/2018 S

Second Reading referred to Health and Human Services 674 03/20/2018 S

Reported Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Health and Human Services committee; CR filed 756 04/09/2018 S

General Order, Considered 803 04/16/2018 S

Measure and Emergency passed: Ayes: 40 Nays: 0 804 04/16/2018 S

Referred for engrossment 804 04/16/2018 S

Engrossed to House 814 04/17/2018 S

SA's received 736 04/17/2018 H

SA's read, adopted 958 05/01/2018 H

Coauthored by Senator(s) Pittman 958 05/01/2018 H

Fourth Reading, Measure and Emergency Passed: Ayes: 83 Nays: 0 958 05/01/2018 H

Referred for enrollment 958 05/01/2018 H

Enrolled, signed, to Senate 975 05/02/2018 H

Enrolled measure signed, returned to House 1031 05/02/2018 S

Sent to Governor 985 05/02/2018 H

Approved by Governor 05/08/2018 1047 05/03/2018 H

 
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