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Senate Bill 59
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Sponsors: Senators White, Bolin, Cronin, Curd, Haverly, Jensen (Phil), Langer, Netherton, Partridge, Peters, Rusch, Soholt, Solano, Tidemann, and Wiik and Representatives Stevens, Chase, Glanzer, Johns, Kettwig, Lake, Mickelson, Peterson (Kent), Reed, and Steinhauer
Purpose: delay the effective date for initiated measures and referred laws.
Keywords: Initiative and Referendum, Legislature and Statutes, State Affairs and Government
Date Action Audio Location
01/17/2017 First read in Senate and referred to Senate State Affairs S.J. 114    
01/20/2017 Scheduled for hearing Audio Available 2:18
01/20/2017 State Affairs Motion to amend, Passed Amendment 59da Audio Available 2:18
01/20/2017 State Affairs Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 6, NAYS 1. Audio Available 2:18
01/24/2017 Senate Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 28, NAYS 7. S.J. 185 Audio Available 28:09
01/25/2017 First read in House and referred to House State Affairs H.J. 195    
02/08/2017 Scheduled for hearing Audio Available 40:55
02/08/2017 State Affairs Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 10, NAYS 2. H.J. 340 Audio Available 40:55
02/09/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 363    
02/13/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 378    
02/14/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 393    
02/15/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 410    
02/16/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 421    
02/21/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 438    
02/22/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 477    
02/23/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 521    
02/24/2017 House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 539    

Bill Text Versions
Date HTML Version PDF Version
01/17/2017 Printed Printed
01/20/2017 Senate State Affairs Senate State Affairs
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