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2011-2012 Session
Bill TextFiscal Note
Filed [HTML]
Edition 1 [HTML]
Edition 2 [HTML]
Ratified [HTML]
SL2011-413 [HTML]
 
Last Action: Ch. SL 2011-413 on 11/07/2011
Sponsors: Hise; (Primary)
Allran; Bingham; Brock; Brown; Brunstetter; Clary; Daniel; Davis; East; Forrester; Goolsby; Hartsell; Meredith; Newton; Pate; Rabon; Soucek; Stevens; Tillman; Tucker;
Attributes: Public; Text has changed;
Counties: No counties specifically cited
Statutes:
120 (Chapter); 115C-238.29F, 115C-84.2 (Sections)
Keywords:
BOARDS, CALENDAR, CHAPTERED, EDUCATION, EDUCATION BOARDS, ELECTIONS, ELEMENTARY EDUCATION, GENERAL ASSEMBLY, KINDERGARTEN, LOCAL GOVERNMENT, PUBLIC, RATIFIED, REDISTRICTING, SECONDARY EDUCATION, SEN. HISE, TITLE CHANGE, WEATHER
Vote History
Date Subject RCS # Aye No N/V Exc. Abs. Exc. Vote Total Result
11/07/2011 5:19PM Second Reading [H] - 1310 60 46 4 10 0 106 PASSED
11/07/2011 5:20PM Third Reading [H] - 1311 61 46 3 10 0 107 PASSED
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History Senate Bill Action History
Date Chamber Action Documents  
03/09/2011 Senate Filed  
03/10/2011 Senate Passed 1st Reading  
03/10/2011 Senate Ref To Com On Education/Higher Education  
03/21/2011 Senate Withdrawn From Com  
03/21/2011 Senate Re-ref Com On Rules and Operations of the Senate  
11/07/2011 Senate Withdrawn From Com  
11/07/2011 Senate Re-ref Com On Redistricting  
11/07/2011 Senate Reptd Fav Com Substitute  
11/07/2011 Senate Com Substitute Adopted PCS65061
11/07/2011 Senate Placed On Cal For 11/7/2011  
11/07/2011 Senate Passed 2nd & 3rd Reading  
11/07/2011 House Passed 1st Reading  
11/07/2011 House Ref To Com On Redistricting  
11/07/2011 House Reptd Fav  
11/07/2011 House Cal Pursuant Rule 36(b)  
11/07/2011 House Placed On Cal For 11/7/2011  
11/07/2011 House Passed 2nd & 3rd Reading  
11/07/2011 Ratified  
11/07/2011 Ch. SL 2011-413  

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