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HF 2665

Status in the House for the 92nd Legislature (2021 - 2022)

Description

Emancipated minors permitted to seek harassment restraining orders on their own behalf.

Authors (7)

Senate Authors (1)

Actions

House

01/31/2022
Introduction and first reading, referred to Judiciary Finance and Civil Law
pg. 7573 Intro
03/07/2022
Committee report, to adopt as amended
pg. 8000a
03/07/2022
Second reading
pg. 8013
05/16/2022
House rule 1.21, placed on Calendar for the Day Tuesday, May 17, 2022
pg. 13106
05/17/2022
Third reading
pg. 13180
05/17/2022
Bill was passed
pg. 13180 vote: 132-0
05/17/2022
Author added Boe
pg. 13184
05/20/2022
Returned from Senate
pg. 13250
Presented to Governor 05/21/22
Governor approval 05/22/22
pg. 13346
Secretary of State, Filed 05/22/2022
pg. 13348
Chapter number 82

Senate

05/18/2022
Received from House
pg. 8487
05/18/2022
Introduction and first reading
pg. 8488
05/18/2022
Referred to Rules and Administration for comparison with SF3853, now on General Orders
05/19/2022
Comm report: Subst. for SF on General Orders SF3853
pg. 8548
05/19/2022
Second reading
pg. 8548
05/20/2022
Special Order
pg. 8615
05/20/2022
Third reading Passed
pg. 8615 vote: 65-0
05/20/2022
Reconsidered
05/20/2022
Third Reading Repassed
pg. 8616 vote: 66-0
Presentment date 05/21/2022
Governor's action Approval 05/22/2022
Secretary of State Chapter 82 05/22/2022
Effective date 05/23/22