|Emergency clause. (If a bill passes by less than the required two-thirds vote, this symbol is deleted.)
|Legislative day (as opposed to calendar day).
|Action postponed indefinitely.
|Conference committee. This entry follows when the Senate and House fail to agree on amendments to a bill.
|Committee substitute. (This entry, following a DNP report, indicates the committee’s substitute bill. Succeeding entries will record the action on the committee substitute.)
|Committee substitute for House Bill 18.
|Bill Has Died
|DNP nt adptd
|DO NOT PASS committee report NOT adopted.
|DO NOT PASS committee report adopted.
|DO PASS committee report adopted.
|DO PASS, as amended, committee report adopted.
|The final authoritative version of a bill passed by both houses of the legislature. The preparation is performed by the house of introduction and incorporates all amendments adopted and agreed to by both houses.
|Failed passage in House (sometimes followed by announced vote - FAILED/H (22-48)).
|Floor substitute. (A bill or committee substitute may be substituted on final passage by any legislator. Succeeding entries will record the action on the floor substitute.)
|Floor amendment adopted. (fl/aaa - three floor amendments adopted.)
|Bills which fall within the purview of a 30-day session.
|House has failed to concur in Senate amendments on a House bill. The House then sends a message requesting the Senate to recede from its amendments.
|House Agriculture, Acequias And Water Resources
|Appropriations & Finance
|House Agriculture & Water Resources Committee
|Agriculture, Water & Wildlife
|Business & Employment
|House Business & Industry Committee
|House Temporary Calendar
|COMMERCE & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
|House Concurrence Calendar
|House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee
|Committee of the Whole
|Enrolling & Engrossing
|House Enrolling & Engrossing Committee
|Energy, Environment & Natural Resources (former)
|House Energy, Environment & Natural Resources
|Government, Elections & Indian Affairs
|House Government & Urban Affairs
|House Health & Government Affairs Committee
|House Health, Government & Indian Affairs Committee
|HOUSE HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
|House Labor & Human Resources Committee
|HOUSE LABOR & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
|HOUSE LOCAL GOVERNMENT, ELECTIONS, LAND GRANTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS
|LOCAL GOVERNMENT, LAND GRANTS & CULTURAL AFFAIRS
|LABOR, VETERANS' AND MILITARY AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
|Printing & Supplies
|Rules & Order of Business
|House Rural Development, Land Grants And Cultural Affairs
|Regulatory & Public Affairs
|Safety & Civil Affairs
|STATE GOVERNMENT, ELECTIONS & INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
|HOUSE STATE GOVERNMENT, INDIAN & VETERANS' AFFAIRS
|House Transportation Committee
|Transportation & Public Works
|House Taxation & Revenue Committee
|House Voters & Elections Committee
|Ways & Means
|House Printing & Supplies Committee
|HOUSE RULES & ORDER OF BUSINESS
|In Limbo (House)
|Motion to reconsider previous action adopted.
|Passed Senate (always followed by announced vote - PASSED/S (39-0)).
|Bill recalled from the House for further consideration by the Senate.
|Senate has concurred in House amendments on a Senate bill.
|This procedure could follow if the Senate refuses to recede from its amendments.
|Senate Concurrence Calendar
|Corporations & Transportation
|Senate committee substitute for House Bill 18. (CS, preceded by the initial of the opposite house, indicates a substitute for a bill made by the other house. The listing, however, will continue under the original bill entry.)
|Committee of the Whole
|Senate Select Gaming Committee
|Constitutional amendment and its number.
|Signed by the Governor, date and chapter number.
|Signed by one or both houses. (For legislation not requiring Governor’s signature.)
|Senate Health and Public Affairs
|Indian & Cultural Affairs
|Senate Indian, Rural and Cultural Affairs
|Senate Tax, Business and Transportation
|Senate Ways & Means Committee
|In Limbo (Senate)
|On the Speaker’s table by rule (temporary calendar). (This entry appears only on House action. By House Rule 11-20-1, legislation, except that on the Consent Calendar, is placed on the Speaker’s table for 24 hours before being placed on the House Calendar for action by the House.)
|Tabled temporarily by motion.
|Vetoed by the Governor and date.
|Withdrawn from committee or daily calendar for subsequent action.
|WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION committee report adopted.