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Passed Utah Firearm Legislation HB0134S04

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Legislation Overview

Title: Firearm Safety Amendments

Subject: Public Safety: Human Services: Weapons

Description: Firearm Safety Amendments

Session: 2014 Regular Session

Last Action: Governor Signed in LTGOV

Last Action Date: March 31, 2014

Sponsors

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2 sponsors: Eliason, S.; Reid, S.;

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 3% (2 of 75)

History
Chamber Date Action
Mar 31, 2014 Governor Signed in LTGOV
Mar 21, 2014 House/ to Governor in EGOV
House Mar 20, 2014 House/ enrolled bill to Printing in HCLERK
House Mar 20, 2014 Enrolled Bill Returned to House or Senate in HCLERK
Mar 18, 2014 Draft of Enrolled Bill Prepared in LRGCEN
Mar 16, 2014 Bill Received from House for Enrolling in LRGCEN
House Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ passed 2nd & 3rd readings/ suspension in HCLERK
Senate Mar 13, 2014 LFA/ bill sent to agencies for fiscal input in SSTRUL
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ Rules to 2nd Reading Calendar in S2ND
Senate Mar 13, 2014 House/ to Printing with fiscal note in S2ND
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ 2nd reading in S2ND
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ substituted in S2ND
House Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ to House with amendments in HCLERK
House Mar 13, 2014 House/ received from Senate in HCLERK
House Mar 13, 2014 House/ placed on Concurrence Calendar in HCURCAL
Senate Mar 13, 2014 House/ concurs with Senate amendment in SPRES
Senate Mar 13, 2014 House/ to Senate in SPRES
Senate Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ received from House in SPRES
House Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ signed by President/ returned to House in HSPKR
House Mar 13, 2014 Senate/ to House in HSPKR
House Mar 13, 2014 House/ received from Senate in HSPKR
Mar 13, 2014 House/ signed by Speaker/ sent for enrolling in LRGCEN
Senate Mar 11, 2014 Senate/ 1st reading (Introduced) in SSTRUL
Senate Mar 11, 2014 Senate/ received from House in SINTRO
Senate Mar 10, 2014 House/ passed 3rd reading in SSEC
House Mar 10, 2014 House/ substituted in H3RDHB
House Mar 10, 2014 House/ uncircled in H3RDHB
House Mar 10, 2014 House/ circled in H3RDHB
House Mar 10, 2014 House/ substituted in H3RDHB
House Mar 10, 2014 House/ 3rd reading in H3RDHB
Senate Mar 10, 2014 House/ to Senate in SSEC
House Mar 6, 2014 House/ Rules to 3rd Reading Calendar in H3RDHB
House Mar 5, 2014 House/ 3rd Reading Calendar to Rules in HSTRUL
House Feb 26, 2014 Bill Substituted by Standing Committee in HSTHHS
House Feb 26, 2014 House Comm - Substitute Recommendation in HSTHHS
House Feb 26, 2014 House/ comm rpt/ substituted in HSTHHS
House Feb 26, 2014 House Comm - Favorable Recommendation in HSTHHS
House Feb 26, 2014 House/ 2nd reading in H3RDHB
House Feb 24, 2014 House/ to standing committee in HSTHHS
House Feb 24, 2014 House/ received fiscal note from Fiscal Analyst in HSTRUL
House Feb 14, 2014 House/ received bill from Legislative Research in HCLERK
Feb 14, 2014 Bill Numbered but not Distributed in LRGC
Feb 14, 2014 Numbered Bill Publicly Distributed in LRGC
House Feb 14, 2014 House/ 1st reading (Introduced) in HSTRUL
Texts
Type Date State Link Text
Enrolled Mar 20, 2014 state link bill text
Introduced Mar 13, 2014 state link bill text
Amendments
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time
Votes - Click on description to view vote roll call

House Comm - Favorable Recommendation

House/ substituted (Voice Vote)

House/ uncircled (Voice Vote)

House/ substituted (Voice Vote)

House/ passed 3rd reading

Senate/ substituted (Voice Vote)

Senate/ passed 2nd & 3rd readings/ suspension

House/ concurs with Senate amendment

Link: link to state bill page

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