HB1717 - TO PREEMPT LOCAL UNITS OF GOVERNMENT FROM FILING LAWSUITS AGAINST FIREARM AND AMMUNITION MANUFACTURERS FOR DAMAGES FROM THE LAWFUL SALE OF FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION TO THE PUBLIC.
Agee, Ammons, Angel, Bennett, Biggs, Bledsoe, Bond, Broadway, Buchanan, C. Johnson, Carson, Cleveland, Cook, Creekmore, Davis, Dees, Duggar, Eason, Elliott, Faris, Ferguson, Files, French, G. Jeffress, Gillespie, Gipson, Glover, Green, Haak, Harris, Hathorn, Hausam, Hendren, Hickinbotham, House, Hunt, J. Jeffress, J. Lewellen, Jacobs, Jones, King, L. Thomas, Lancaster, Laverty, M. Smith, M. Steele, Milligan, Milum, Minton, Morris, Napper, Oglesby, P. Malone, Pappas, Parks, Prater, R. Smith, Rackley, Rodgers, Scrimshire, Sheppard, Shoffner, Simon, T. Smith, T. Thomas, Taylor, Teague, Vess, Weaver, White, Willis, Womack
2/23/1999 12:58:00 PM
REVENUE & TAXATION- HOUSE
Bill Status History
3/30/1999 1:41:41 PM
Notification that HB1717 is now Act 0951
3/25/1999 10:22:11 AM
Correctly enrolled and ordered transmitted to the Governor's Office.
3/24/1999 3:59:09 PM
TO BE ENROLLED
3/24/1999 3:58:56 PM
Returned From the Senate as passed.
3/24/1999 2:59:17 PM
Read the third time and passed and ordered Returned to the House.
3/17/1999 1:57:37 PM
Returned by the Committee, with the recommendation that it Do Pass
3/4/1999 4:13:13 PM
Read first time, rules suspended, read second time, referred to Committee on Judiciary
3/4/1999 4:13:05 PM
Received from the House.
3/3/1999 1:54:12 PM
Read the third time and passed and ordered transmitted to the Senate.
3/2/1999 1:02:22 PM
RETURNED BY THE COMMITTEE WITH THE RECOMMENDATION DO PASS, NON-CONTROVERSIAL.
2/23/1999 2:49:03 PM
Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on Judiciary
2/23/1999 1:37:56 PM