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SB868 - TO EXEMPT INDUSTRY EMPLOYEES FROM MANDATORY LICENSING OF ELECTRICIANS FOR WORK ON INDUSTRIAL SITES; TO CLARIFY LICENSING REQUIREMENTS.


Bill Number:
SB868 PDF
SB868
Act Number:
Act 894 PDF
894
Originating Chamber:
Senate
Lead Sponsor:
CoSponsors:
Introduction Date:
3/8/1999 5:34:00 PM

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Bill Status History

Chamber
Date
Action
Vote
Senate
3/30/1999 10:59:56 AM
Notification that SB868 is now Act 0894
Senate
3/25/1999 9:15:51 AM
Reported correctly enrolled and ordered delivered to the Governor.
Senate
3/24/1999 4:57:27 PM
ORDERED ENROLLED
Senate
3/24/1999 4:57:15 PM
Returned From the House as passed.
House
3/24/1999 3:17:05 PM
Returned To the Senate as passed.
House
3/24/1999 3:17:02 PM
EMERGENCY CLAUSE ADOPTED
House
3/24/1999 3:15:41 PM
Read the third time and passed and ordered transmitted to the Senate.
House
3/18/1999 1:15:21 PM
Returned by the Committee Do Pass
House
3/11/1999 4:55:03 PM
Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor
House
3/11/1999 3:52:23 PM
RECEIVED FROM THE SENATE
Senate
3/11/1999 2:42:16 PM
Read third time and passed, EMERGENCY CLAUSE ADOPTED, ordered immediately Transmitted to the House.
Senate
3/10/1999 1:31:32 PM
Returned by the Committee, with the recommendation that it Do Pass
Senate
3/8/1999 1:42:43 PM
Read first time, rules suspended, read second time, referred to Committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor