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HB 2153 - 2023-24
Deterring the theft of catalytic converters.
Sponsors: Ryu, Ormsby, Cheney, Reeves, Pollet, Davis
Bill Status-at-a-Glance
See Bill History for complete details on the bill
As of Friday, July 19, 2024 08:16 PM
Current Version:
Engrossed Substitute - ESHB 2153
Current Status:
C 301 L 24
Where is it in the process?
IntroducedIn CommitteeOn FloorCalendarPassedChamberIn the House:In the Senate:
After Passage:Passed LegislatureOn Governor'sDeskGovernor ActedSession Law

Bill Status-at-a-Glance

As of Friday, July 19, 2024 08:16 PM
See Bill History for complete details on the bill
Current Version:
Engrossed Substitute - ESHB 2153
Current Status:
C 301 L 24
Where is it in the process?
IntroducedIn CommitteeOn FloorCalendarPassedChamber
House:
Senate:
Passed LegislatureOn Governor'sDeskGovernor ActedSession Law
AfterPassage:
Bill History

2024 REGULAR SESSION

IN THE HOUSE

Jan 4
Prefiled for introduction.
Jan 8
First reading, referred to Consumer Protection & Business. (View Original Bill)
Jan 16
Public hearing in the House Committee on Consumer Protection & Business at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
Jan 19
Executive session scheduled, but no action was taken in the House Committee on Consumer Protection & Business at 8:00 AM. (Committee Materials)
Jan 30
Executive action taken in the House Committee on Consumer Protection & Business at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
CPB - Majority; 1st substitute bill be substituted, do pass. (View 1st Substitute) (Majority Report)
Minority; without recommendation. (Minority Report)
Jan 31
Referred to Transportation.
Feb 1
Public hearing in the House Committee on Transportation at 10:30 AM. (Committee Materials)
Feb 5
Executive action taken in the House Committee on Transportation at 10:30 AM. (Committee Materials)
TR - Majority; do pass 1st substitute bill proposed by Consumer Protection & Business. (Majority Report)
Referred to Rules 2 Review.
Feb 10
Rules Committee relieved of further consideration. Placed on second reading.
Feb 13
1st substitute bill substituted (CPB 24). (View 1st Substitute)
Floor amendment(s) adopted.
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Third reading, passed; yeas, 97; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 1. (View 1st Engrossed) (View Roll Calls)

IN THE SENATE

Feb 15
First reading, referred to Law & Justice.
Feb 19
Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Law & Justice at 10:30 AM. (Committee Materials)
LAW - Majority; without recommendation. (Majority Report)
And refer to Transportation.
Feb 20
Referred to Transportation.
Feb 22
Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Transportation at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
Feb 26
Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Transportation at 1:30 PM. (Committee Materials)
TRAN - Majority; do pass with amendment(s). (Majority Report)
Minority; do not pass. (Minority Report)
Minority; without recommendation. (Minority Report)
Passed to Rules Committee for second reading.
Feb 29
Placed on second reading by Rules Committee.
Mar 1
Committee amendment(s) adopted with no other amendments.
Rules suspended. Placed on Third Reading.
Third reading, passed; yeas, 31; nays, 18; absent, 0; excused, 0. (View Roll Calls)

IN THE HOUSE

Mar 5
House concurred in Senate amendments.
Passed final passage; yeas, 95; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 2. (View Roll Calls)
Mar 6
Speaker signed.

IN THE SENATE

Mar 7
President signed.

OTHER THAN LEGISLATIVE ACTION

Mar 7
Delivered to Governor. (View Bill as Passed Legislature)
Mar 26
Governor signed.
Chapter 301, 2024 Laws. (View Session Law)
Effective date 4/1/2025.
Available Documents
For a complete list of documents, go to Online Reports Text of a Legislative Document.
Fiscal Note
Amendments
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