H 276

  • Idaho House Bill
  • 65th Legislature, 1st Regular Session (2019)
  • Introduced in House Mar 14, 2019
  • Passed House Mar 14, 2019
  • Senate
  • Governor

FIREARMS – Amends existing law to provide that a person convicted of the crime of sexual battery of a minor child sixteen or seventeen years of age shall not have certain rights restored under certain circumstances.

Bill Sponsors (1)



Recent Votes


Mar 15, 2019


Received from the House passed; filed for first reading


Introduced, read first time; referred to: Judiciary & Rules

Mar 14, 2019


Introduced, read first time, referred to JRA for Printing


Reported Printed; Filed for Second Reading


Rules Suspended: Ayes 67 Nays 0 Abs/Excd 3, read in full as required – PASSED - 37-31-2AYES – Abernathy, Addis, Amador, Anderson, Anderst, Berch, Chaney, Chew, Clow, Davis(Goldman), Dayley, Ellis, Erpelding, Gannon, Gibbs, Goesling, Green(18), Hartgen, Kauffman, Kerby, Lickley, Mason, McCrostie, Moyle, Raybould, Raymond, Rubel, Smith, Syme, Toone, Troy, Wagoner, Wintrow, Wood, Young, Youngblood, ZollingerNAYS – Andrus, Armstrong, Barbieri, Blanksma, Boyle, Christensen, Collins, Crane, DeMordaunt, Dixon, Ehardt, Furniss, Gestrin, Giddings, Green(2), Harris, Holtzclaw, Kingsley, Marshall, Mendive, Monks, Moon, Nichols, Palmer, Ricks, Scott(Paterson), Shepherd, Stevenson, Vander Woude, Wisniewski, ZitoAbsent – Horman, Mr. SpeakerFloor Sponsor - WintrowTitle apvd - to Senate

Bill Text

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Bill Text PDF

Related Documents

Document Format
Statement of Purpose / Fiscal Note PDF


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