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SB 1470, 80th Regular Session
Relating to certain notifications required for persons convicted of a misdemeanor involving family violence.

Visit the Texas Legislature Online web site to see the actions for SB 1470, 80th Regular Session with links to the online House and Senate Journals.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
S Received by the Secretary of the Senate   03/08/2007
S Filed   03/08/2007
S Read first time   03/20/2007
S Referred to Criminal Justice   03/20/2007
S Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . .   04/03/2007
S Considered in public hearing   04/03/2007
S Testimony taken in committee   04/03/2007
S Reported favorably as substituted   04/10/2007
S Recommended for local & uncontested calendar   04/10/2007
S Committee report printed and distributed   04/10/2007
S Placed on intent calendar   04/11/2007
S Co-author authorized   04/17/2007
S Not again placed on intent calendar   04/18/2007
S Placed on local & uncontested calendar   04/19/2007
S Laid before the Senate   04/19/2007
S Read 2nd time & passed to engrossment   04/19/2007
S Vote recorded in Journal   04/19/2007
S Three day rule suspended   04/19/2007
S Record vote   04/19/2007
S Read 3rd time   04/19/2007
S Passed   04/19/2007
S Record vote   04/19/2007
S Reported engrossed   04/19/2007
H Received from the Senate   04/19/2007
H Read first time   04/24/2007
H Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence   04/24/2007
H Considered in formal meeting   04/30/2007
H Reported favorably w/o amendment(s)   04/30/2007
H Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator   04/30/2007
H Committee report printed and distributed   05/01/2007
H Committee report sent to Calendars   05/01/2007
H Laid out in lieu of companion HB 3021   05/02/2007
H Read 2nd time   05/02/2007
H Passed to 3rd reading   05/02/2007
H Read 3rd time   05/03/2007
H Passed   05/03/2007
H Record vote RV#898  05/03/2007
S House passage reported   05/03/2007
S Reported enrolled   05/03/2007
S Signed in the Senate   05/04/2007
H Signed in the House   05/04/2007
E Sent to the Governor   05/07/2007
E Signed by the Governor   05/17/2007
E Effective on 9/1/07   05/17/2007

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