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Passed Oklahoma Gun Law SB35

  this is an pro-gun bill
Legislation Overview

Title: Firearms; allowing valid military id for certain license requirements; modifying reciprocal inclusions. Effective date.

Description: Firearms; allowing valid military id for certain license requirements; modifying reciprocal inclusions. Effective date.

Session: 2017 Regular Session

Last Action: Approved by Governor 05/17/2017

Last Action Date: May 17, 2017

Sponsors

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9 sponsors: Kim David (R); Kevin McDugle (R); George Faught (R); Josh Brecheen (R); Nathan Dahm (R); Ann Coody (R); Josh West (R); Anastasia Pittman (D); Micheal Bergstrom (R);

Percentage of Senate sponsoring bill: 19% (9 of 48)

History
Chamber Date Action
Senate May 17, 2017 Approved by Governor 05/17/2017
Senate May 11, 2017 Sent to Governor
House May 11, 2017 Signed, returned to Senate
Senate May 11, 2017 Enrolled, to House
Senate May 10, 2017 Measure passed: Ayes: 46 Nays: 0
Senate May 10, 2017 Referred for enrollment
Senate May 10, 2017 HAs adopted
House Apr 20, 2017 Engrossed, signed, to Senate
Senate Apr 20, 2017 HAs read
House Apr 19, 2017 Coauthored by Representative(s) Faught
House Apr 19, 2017 Referred for engrossment
House Apr 19, 2017 Third Reading, Measure passed: Ayes: 85 Nays: 0
House Apr 19, 2017 General Order
House Apr 11, 2017 CR; Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Appropriations and Budget Committee
House Apr 11, 2017 Coauthored by Senator(s) Bergstrom
House Apr 3, 2017 Recommendation to the full committee; Do Pass Appropriations and Budget Public Safety Subcommittee
House Mar 27, 2017 Referred to Appropriations and Budget Public Safety Subcommittee
House Mar 27, 2017 Second Reading referred to Appropriations and Budget
House Mar 20, 2017 First Reading
Senate Mar 20, 2017 Engrossed to House
Senate Mar 15, 2017 Referred for engrossment
Senate Mar 15, 2017 Measure passed: Ayes: 40 Nays: 2
Senate Mar 15, 2017 Title restored
Senate Mar 15, 2017 General Order, Amended
Senate Mar 14, 2017 coauthored by West (Josh)
Senate Mar 13, 2017 Coauthored by Senator Dahm
Senate Mar 6, 2017 coauthored by Coody
Senate Mar 1, 2017 Coauthored by Senator Brecheen
Senate Feb 28, 2017 Coauthored by Representative McDugle (principal House author)
Senate Feb 20, 2017 Coauthored by Senator Pittman
Senate Feb 15, 2017 Title stricken
Senate Feb 15, 2017 Reported Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Appropriations committee; CR filed
Senate Feb 9, 2017 Reported Do Pass as amended Public Safety committee; CR filed
Senate Feb 9, 2017 Referred to Appropriations
Senate Feb 9, 2017 Title stricken
Senate Feb 7, 2017 Second Reading referred to Public Safety Committee then to Appropriations Committee
Senate Feb 6, 2017 Authored by Senator David
Senate Feb 6, 2017 First Reading
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Enrolled May 10, 2017 state link bill text
Engrossed Apr 20, 2017 state link bill text
Amended Apr 12, 2017 state link bill text
Comm Sub Apr 11, 2017 state link bill text
Engrossed Mar 20, 2017 state link bill text
Amended Feb 16, 2017 state link bill text
Comm Sub Feb 15, 2017 state link bill text
Introduced Dec 20, 2016 state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes

Senate: THIRD READING

House: Appropriations and Budget Public Safety Subcommittee: DO PASS

House: Appropriations and Budget Committee: DO PASS AS AMENDED BY CS

House: THIRD READING

Senate: FOURTH READING

Link: http://www.oklegislature.gov/BillInfo.aspx?Bill=sb35&Session=1700

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