SB0160

2013 Regular Session

 

Entitled:

Civil Actions - Personal Injury or Death Caused by Dog - Rebuttable Presumption

Sponsored by:

Senator Frosh

Status:

In the House - Special Order until later today (Delegate Barve) Adopted


Document Name
Amendments Senate - (Senator Pipkin) {333623/01 Rejected
Amendments Senate - (Judicial Proceedings) {798879/01 Adopted
Amendments House - (Judiciary) {922917/01 Adopted
Analysis - Fiscal and Policy Note (Revised)
Conference Committee Amendment Both Chambers - {733825/02 Adopted
Conference Committee Report Both Chambers - {473423/01 Adopted
Text - First - Civil Actions - Personal Injury or Death Caused by Dog - Rebuttable Presumption
Text - Third - Civil Actions - Personal Injury or Death Caused by Dog - Rebuttable Presumption
Vote - Senate - Committee - Judicial Proceedings
Vote - House - Committee - Judiciary
Vote - Senate Floor - Floor Amendment (Pipkin) {333623/1 Rejected (6-40) - 03/12/13
Vote - Senate Floor - Third Reading Passed (46-0) - 03/14/13
Vote - Senate Floor - Third Reading Passed (47-0) - 04/03/13
Vote - House Floor - Third Reading Passed (133-0) - 03/26/13


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  • First reading text - within 24 hours of introduction.
  • Analysis (Fiscal and Policy Note) and the Bond Authorization Fact Sheet - generally at least one day prior to a scheduled hearing.
  • 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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October 29, 2013 9:55 P.M.