House Bill 1118

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eliminate the need to prove the use of force, fraud, or coercion in the human trafficking of minors.

01/26/2017First read in House and referred to House Judiciary H.J. 214 N/A   
02/06/2017Scheduled for hearing Audio Available20:53 
02/06/2017Judiciary Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 12, NAYS 0. H.J. 304 Audio Available20:53 
02/07/2017House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 337 N/A   
02/08/2017House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 352 N/A   
02/09/2017House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 363 N/A   
02/13/2017House of Representatives Deferred to another day, Passed H.J. 378 N/A   
02/14/2017House of Representatives Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 66, NAYS 0. H.J. 389 Audio Available1:07:40 
02/15/2017First read in Senate and referred to Senate Health and Human Services S.J. 402 N/A   
02/24/2017Scheduled for hearing N/A   
02/27/2017Scheduled for hearing Audio Available2:22 
02/27/2017Health and Human Services Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 5, NAYS 0. S.J. 569 Audio Available2:22 
02/28/2017Senate Do Pass, Passed, YEAS 33, NAYS 0. S.J. 589 Audio Available1:27:18 
03/06/2017Signed by the Speaker H.J. 675 N/A   
03/07/2017Signed by the President S.J. 655 N/A   
03/07/2017Delivered to the Governor on March 07, 2017 H.J. 700 N/A   
03/10/2017Signed by the Governor on March 09, 2017 H.J. 742 N/A   

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01/26/2017 IntroducedIntroduced
03/01/2017 EnrolledEnrolled

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