SB0224 (CH0804)

Find a 2017 Bill:

2017 Regular Session

 

Entitled:

Public Safety - Regulated Firearms - Definition of Convicted of a Disqualifying Crime

Sponsored by:

Senator Lee

Status:

Enacted under Article II, Section 17(c) of the Maryland Constitution - Chapter 804


Document Name
Amendments Senate - (Judicial Proceedings) {968671/01 Adopted
Analysis - Fiscal and Policy Note
Text - First - Public Safety - Regulated Firearms - Definition of Convicted of a Disqualifying Crime
Text - Third - Public Safety - Regulated Firearms - Definition of Convicted of a Disqualifying Crime
Text - Chapter - Public Safety - Regulated Firearms - Definition of Convicted of a Disqualifying Crime
Vote - Senate - Committee - Judicial Proceedings
Vote - House - Committee - Judiciary
Vote - Senate Floor - Third Reading Passed (26-21) - 03/18/17
Vote - House Floor - Motion Rules Suspend Two Readings Same Day (Delegate Frick) Adopted (111-19) - 04/05/17
Vote - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (98-34) - 04/05/17


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  • Committee votes - when the Committee releases their report.
  • Committee amendments and individually sponsored amendments - when introduced in the chamber.
  • Conference Committee reports and amendments - when the report is introduced in the chamber.
  • Floor Votes - when they have been officially journalized by the Secretary of the Senate or House Clerk.
  • Attorney General's Bill Review Letter - after legislation is passed.

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June 7, 2017 9:51 A.M.