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Senate Bill 46





Legislative Session: 1997(RS)
LAST ACTION: H To House Finance 03/26/97
SUMMARY: Allowing landowners to remove certain debris to prevent flooding
LEAD SPONSOR: Ross
SPONSORS: Helmick, Sharpe, Sprouse, Schoonover, Ball, Dugan, Dittmar, Craigo, White, Plymale, Deem, Wiedebusch, Scott, Love
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CODE AFFECTED: § 19 - 21 A- 4 a 
SIMILAR TO:
HB 2209
SUBJECT(S): Environmental Protection

ACTIONS:
Description Date Journal Page
H To House Finance 03/26/97 641
H With amendment, do pass, but first to Finance 03/26/97 641
S Senator Hunter requests to be removed as sponsor of bill 03/04/97 43
H To House Agriculture & Natural Resources 03/03/97 304
H To Agriculture & Natural Resources 03/03/97 304
H Introduced in House 03/03/97 304
S Ordered to House 03/03/97 41
S Passed Senate (Roll No. 3) 03/03/97 41
S Read 3rd time 03/03/97 40
S On 3rd reading 02/28/97
S Read 2nd time 02/28/97 13
S On 2nd reading 02/27/97
S Read 1st time 02/27/97 11
S On 1st reading 02/26/97
S Committee substitute reported 02/26/97 2
S To Natural Resources 02/14/97 2
S To Natural Resources 02/14/97 2
S Introduced in Senate 02/14/97 2
S To Natural Resources 02/13/97
S Filed for introduction 02/12/97
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