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Passed West Virginia Gun Law HB4020

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Legislation Overview

Title: Making technical corrections in the code when referencing chapter 49

Subject: Courts

Description: The purpose of this bill is to make technical corrections in the code when referencing chapter 49 of the code. Chapter 49 was reorganized and renumbered in 2015 and certain references to that chapter in other portions of the code are required to be changed to reflect the new code sections. The bill also defines a term.

Session: 2018 Regular Session

Last Action: Chapter 37, Acts, Regular Session, 2018

Last Action Date: April 16, 2018

Sponsors

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2 sponsors: Roger Hanshaw (R); Geoff Foster (R);

Percentage of House Of Delegates sponsoring bill: 2% (2 of 100)

History
Chamber Date Action
House Apr 16, 2018 Chapter 37, Acts, Regular Session, 2018
House Feb 21, 2018 Approved by Governor 2/20/18 - House Journal
Senate Feb 21, 2018 Approved by Governor 2/20/18 - Senate Journal
House Feb 20, 2018 Approved by Governor 2/20/18
House Feb 15, 2018 To Governor 2/14/18 - House Journal
Senate Feb 14, 2018 To Governor 2/14/18 - Senate Journal
House Feb 14, 2018 To Governor 2/14/18
House Feb 9, 2018 House received Senate message
Senate Feb 8, 2018 Senate concurred in House title amendment (Voice vote)
Senate Feb 8, 2018 Completed legislative action
Senate Feb 8, 2018 Communicated to House
Senate Feb 8, 2018 Passed Senate (Roll No. 79)
Senate Feb 8, 2018 House Message received
House Feb 7, 2018 House reconsidered concurrence in Senate amendment
House Feb 7, 2018 Communicated to Senate
House Feb 7, 2018 House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed (Roll No. 53)
House Feb 7, 2018 House reconsidered passage (Voice)
House Feb 6, 2018 House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 48)
House Feb 6, 2018 House received Senate message
Senate Feb 5, 2018 On 3rd reading
Senate Feb 5, 2018 Read 3rd time
Senate Feb 5, 2018 Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 66)
Senate Feb 5, 2018 Senate requests House to concur
Senate Feb 2, 2018 Committee amendment adopted (Voice vote)
Senate Feb 2, 2018 Read 2nd time
Senate Feb 2, 2018 On 2nd reading
Senate Feb 1, 2018 Read 1st time
Senate Feb 1, 2018 On 1st reading
Senate Jan 31, 2018 Reported do pass, with amendment and title amendment
Senate Jan 22, 2018 Introduced in Senate
Senate Jan 22, 2018 To Judiciary
Senate Jan 22, 2018 To Judiciary
Senate Jan 22, 2018 House Message received
House Jan 19, 2018 Communicated to Senate
House Jan 19, 2018 Passed House (Roll No. 4)
House Jan 19, 2018 Read 3rd time
House Jan 19, 2018 On 3rd reading, House Calendar
House Jan 18, 2018 Read 2nd time
House Jan 18, 2018 On 2nd reading, House Calendar
House Jan 17, 2018 Read 1st time
House Jan 17, 2018 On 1st reading, House Calendar
House Jan 16, 2018 By substitute, do pass
House Jan 11, 2018 Introduced in House
House Jan 11, 2018 Filed for introduction
House Jan 11, 2018 To Judiciary
House Jan 11, 2018 To House Judiciary
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Enrolled not available state link bill text
Comm Sub not available state link bill text
Introduced not available state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes

Passed House (Roll No. 4)

Passed Senate with amended title (Roll No. 66)

House concurred in Senate amendment and passed bill (Roll No. 48)

House concurred in Senate amend with title amend, passed (Roll No. 53)

Passed Senate (Roll No. 79)

Link: link to state bill page

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