House Bill 1001


provide for public recreational use of certain waters overlying public and private property and to declare an emergency.

Representatives Rhoden, Bartels, Duvall, Gosch, Hawley, McCleerey, Otten (Herman), and Qualm and Senators Cammack, Frerichs, Greenfield (Brock), Klumb, and White at the request of the Regulation of Access to and Use of Non-Meandered Waters on Public and Private Property Study Committee

06/12/2017First Reading House H.J. 11 N/A   
06/12/2017Placed on calendar, Passed H.J. 11 N/A   
06/12/2017First Reading Senate S.J. 13 N/A   
06/12/2017Amend the amendment, Passed S.J. 13 Amendment 1001xc N/A   
06/12/2017Senate Motion to amend, Passed, YEAS 29, NAYS 4. S.J. 14 Amendment 1001jd N/A   
06/12/2017House of Representatives Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 52, NAYS 16. H.J. 15 N/A   
06/12/2017Senate Do Pass Amended, Passed, YEAS 26, NAYS 7. S.J. 14 N/A   
06/12/2017House of Representatives Failed to concur, appoint Conference Committee, Passed H.J. 17 N/A   
06/12/2017Senate Conference Committee appointments S.J. 17 N/A   
06/12/2017House of Representatives Conference Committee Report H.J. 18 Amendment cc1001a N/A   
06/12/2017Senate Conference Committee Report S.J. 17 Amendment Cc1001a N/A   
06/12/2017House of Representatives Conference Committee Report adopted, Passed, YEAS 54, NAYS 12. H.J. 19 N/A   
06/12/2017Senate Conference Committee Report adopted, Passed, YEAS 26, NAYS 2. S.J. 17 N/A   
06/12/2017Signed by the President S.J. 19 N/A   
06/12/2017Signed by the Speaker H.J. 21 N/A   
06/12/2017Delivered to the Governor on June 12, 2017 H.J. 21 N/A   
06/12/2017Signed by the Governor on June 12, 2017 N/A   

Bill Text Versions

06/12/2017 IntroducedIntroduced
06/12/2017 SenateSenate
06/12/2017 EnrolledEnrolled

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