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SB 166, 72nd Regular Session
Relating to a prohibition on the requirement of a polygraph examination of a complainant as a condition of charging a defendant accused of certain criminal offenses.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
S Received by the Secretary of the Senate   01/16/1991
S Filed   01/16/1991
S Read first time   01/22/1991
S Referred to Criminal Justice   01/22/1991
S Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . .   02/19/1991
S Considered in public hearing   02/19/1991
S Testimony taken in committee   02/19/1991
S Left pending in committee   02/19/1991
S Co-author authorized   02/20/1991
S Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . .   02/26/1991
S Considered in public hearing   02/26/1991
S Reported favorably with substitute   02/26/1991
S Placed on intent calendar   02/27/1991
S Co-author authorized   02/27/1991
S Rules suspended   02/28/1991
S Record vote   02/28/1991
S Read 2nd time & passed to engrossment   02/28/1991
S Rules suspended   02/28/1991
S Record vote   02/28/1991
S Read 3rd time   02/28/1991
S Passed   02/28/1991
S Reported engrossed   02/28/1991
H Received from the Senate   03/04/1991
H Read first time   03/18/1991
H Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence   03/18/1991
H Considered in public hearing   04/03/1991
H Reported favorably with substitute   04/03/1991
H 1st Printing printed and distributed   04/05/1991
H 1st Printing sent to Calendars   04/22/1991

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