SB 3

  • Arkansas Senate Bill
  • 2017 First Extraordinary Session
  • Introduced in Senate May 01, 2017
  • Senate
  • House
  • Signed by Governor May 04, 2017

To Amend Arkansas Works To Reduce Income Eligibility Limits And Impose Work Requirements; To Allow The Flexibility To Select Whether To Become An "Assessment State" Or A "Determination State"; And To Declare An Emergency.

Abstract

Bill Sponsors (1)

J. Dismang

     
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May 04, 2017

Arkansas General Assembly

Notification that SB3 is now Act 6

May 03, 2017

Arkansas General Assembly

Reported correctly enrolled and ordered delivered to the Governor.

Arkansas General Assembly

Read the third time and passed and ordered transmitted to the Senate.

Arkansas General Assembly

EMERGENCY CLAUSE ADOPTED

Arkansas General Assembly

Returned To the Senate as passed.

Arkansas General Assembly

Returned from the House as passed.

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DELIVERED TO GOVERNOR.

Arkansas General Assembly

ORDERED ENROLLED

May 02, 2017

Arkansas General Assembly

Read the first time, rules suspended, read the second time and referred to the Committee on PUBLIC HEALTH, WELFARE AND LABOR COMMITTEE- HOUSE

Arkansas General Assembly

RECEIVED FROM THE SENATE

Arkansas General Assembly

Read the third time and passed.

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Emergency Clause failed of adoption.

Arkansas General Assembly

The vote by which the Emergency Clause failed was expunged.

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EMERGENCY CLAUSE ADOPTED

Arkansas General Assembly

Ordered immediately transmitted to the House.

Arkansas General Assembly

Returned by the Committee Do Pass

May 01, 2017

Arkansas General Assembly

Filed

Arkansas General Assembly

Returned by the Committee, with the recommendation that it Do Pass

Arkansas General Assembly

Read first time, rules suspended, read second time, referred to Senate Committee on Public Health, Welfare, and Labor

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