2018 Regular Session - HB 64

ID
HB 64

Title
PET FOOD FEE FOR ANIMAL PROGRAMS

Sponsor
Carl Trujillo
Debbie A. Rodella

Joanne J. Ferrary


Current Location
Vetoed

Text
Introduced (PDF)   12/20/17 Introduced (HTML)   12/20/17
Amendments in Context   2/16/18
Final Version   3/01/18

ActionText: HPREF [1] not prntd-HRC [2] w/drn -germane-prntd- - ref HCPAC/HBIC-HCPAC [4] DP/a-HBIC [5] DP [6] fl/a- PASSED/H (48-19) [14] SPAC/SFC-SPAC [15] w/drn-SFC [19] DP/a - PASSED/S (30-4) [10] h/cncrd VETO.
(!) Indicates that a committee recommendation has been announced by the House of Representatives, but the report has not been formally adopted by the body. Adoption of these actions will be considered by the House at a later date.
Key to Abbreviations
Legislative Days with Corresponding Calendar Days

Sent to HPREF - Referrals: HPREF
Legislative Day: 1
Calendar Day: 01/16/2018
Not Printed
Legislative Day: 2
Calendar Day: 01/22/2018
Withdrawn from committee or daily calendar for subsequent action
Legislative Day: 2
Calendar Day: 01/22/2018
HCal: Bill falls within the purview of a 30 day session and ordered printed
Legislative Day: 2
Calendar Day: 01/22/2018
Referred to: HCPAC/HBIC
Legislative Day: 4
Calendar Day: 01/31/2018
HCPAC: Reported by committee with Do Pass recommendation with amendment(s)
Legislative Day: 5
Calendar Day: 02/06/2018
HBIC: Reported by committee with Do Pass recommendation
Legislative Day: 6
Calendar Day: 02/08/2018
House of Representatives Floor Amendment
Legislative Day: 6
Calendar Day: 02/08/2018
Passed in the House of Representatives - Y:48 N:19
Legislative Day: 14
Calendar Day: 02/08/2018
Sent to SPAC - Referrals: SPAC/SFC
Legislative Day: 15
Calendar Day: 02/09/2018
Withdrawn from committee or daily calendar for subsequent action
Legislative Day: 19
Calendar Day: 02/14/2018
SFC: Reported by committee with Do Pass recommendation with amendment(s)
Legislative Day: 19
Calendar Day: 02/14/2018
Passed in the Senate - Y:30 N:4
Legislative Day: 10
Calendar Day: 02/14/2018
House has concurred with Senate Amendments
Vetoed by Governor