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  1. Introduced Jan 7, 2013
  2. Passed Senate Jan 29, 2013
  3. Passed House Mar 11, 2013
  4. Signed into Law Apr 9, 2013

SB 153

Indiana Senate Bill

Employment of children. Establishes the conditions under which a child who is employed or works as a youth athletic program referee, umpire, or official is exempt from the requirements of the state's child labor law.
Session:
2013 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
Labor and Employment Family and Children Issues
Sponsors (5):

Votes

Actions

Date Chamber  
May 13, 2013 House Public Law 41
Apr 9, 2013 Senate Signed by the Governor
Mar 22, 2013 Senate Signed by the President of the Senate
Mar 21, 2013 House Signed by the Speaker
Mar 19, 2013 Senate Signed by the President Pro Tempore
Mar 11, 2013 House Returned to the Senate without amendments
Mar 11, 2013 House Third reading: passed; Roll Call 254: yeas 92, nays 4 - Related Vote
Mar 7, 2013 House Second reading: ordered engrossed
Mar 7, 2013 House Representative Carbaugh added as cosponsor
Mar 5, 2013 House Committee report: do pass, adopted
Feb 26, 2013 House First reading: referred to Committee on Employment, Labor and Pensions
Jan 29, 2013 Senate Senator Glick added as coauthor
Jan 29, 2013 Senate Cosponsors: Reps. Bacon and Riecken
Jan 29, 2013 Senate House sponsor: Rep. Crouch
Jan 29, 2013 Senate Referred to the House
Jan 29, 2013 Senate Third reading: passed; Roll Call 35: yeas 48 and nays 0
Jan 28, 2013 Senate Senator Tallian added as coauthor
Jan 28, 2013 Senate Senator M. Young added as coauthor
Jan 28, 2013 Senate Second reading: ordered engrossed
Jan 24, 2013 Senate Committee report: do pass, adopted
Jan 10, 2013 Senate Senator Waltz added as coauthor
Jan 7, 2013 Senate First reading: referred to Committee on Pensions and Labor
Jan 7, 2013 Senate Authored by Senator Becker

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