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HB 1460 - 2003-04
Creating a Washington state day of civil liberties remembrance.
Sponsors: Pettigrew, Santos, Sullivan, B., Chase, Linville, Schual-Berke, Veloria, Rockefeller, Conway, Darneille, Wallace, Upthegrove, Kenney, McDermott
Bill History

2003 REGULAR SESSION

Jan 27
First reading, referred to State Government. (View Original Bill)
Feb 25
Public hearing in the House Committee on State Government Operations & Accountability at 6:00 PM. (Committee Materials)
Feb 28
SG - Majority; do pass. (Majority Report)
Mar 4
Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
Mar 7
Made eligible to be placed on second reading.
Mar 10
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
Mar 12
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Third reading, passed; yeas, 96; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 2. (View Roll Calls)

IN THE SENATE

Mar 14
First reading, referred to Government Operations & Elections.
Mar 25
Public hearing and executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Government Operations & Elections at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
Mar 27
GO - Majority; do pass. (Majority Report)
Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
Mar 31
Made eligible to be placed on second reading.
Apr 4
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
Apr 9
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Third reading, passed; yeas, 49; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 0. (View Roll Calls)

IN THE HOUSE

Apr 10
Speaker signed.

IN THE SENATE

Apr 10
President signed.

OTHER THAN LEGISLATIVE ACTION

Apr 14
Delivered to Governor. (View Bill as Passed Legislature)
Apr 18
Governor signed.
Chapter 68, 2003 Laws. (View Session Law)
Effective date 7/27/2003.
Available Documents
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