HB 2396

  • Kansas House Bill
  • 2019-2020 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House Mar 26, 2019
  • Passed House Mar 25, 2019
  • Senate
  • Governor

Senate Substitute for HB 2396 by Committee on Judiciary – Enacting the governmental response to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic in Kansas and providing certain relief related to health, welfare, property and economic security during this public health emergency.

Abstract

Bill Sponsors (2)

Committee on Appropriations

     
Original Sponsor

Committee on Judiciary

     
Cosponsor

Votes


Actions


May 21, 2020

Senate

Died on Senate General Orders

Senate

Committee Report recommending substitute bill be passed by Committee on Judiciary

Senate

Motion to suspend Joint Rule 4 (k) to allow consideration adopted;

Apr 03, 2019

Senate

Referred to Committee on Judiciary

Mar 26, 2019

Senate

Received and Introduced

House

Engrossed on Monday, March 25, 2019

House

Final Action - Passed as amended; Yea: 97 Nay: 27

Mar 25, 2019

House

Committee of the Whole - Be passed as amended

House

Committee of the Whole - Now working on

House

Committee of the Whole - Motion to Amend - Offered by Representative Jennings

House

Committee of the Whole - Amendment by Representative Jennings was adopted

Mar 19, 2019

House

Committee Report recommending bill be passed by Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice

Mar 14, 2019

House

Hearing: Monday, March 18, 2019, 1:30 PM Room 152-S

Mar 13, 2019

House

Referred to Committee on Corrections and Juvenile Justice

Mar 12, 2019

House

Introduced

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
Version 3 PDF
{As Amended by House Committee of the Whole} PDF
As introduced PDF

Related Documents

Document Format
As introduced - Supplementary Note
{As Amended by House Committee of the Whole} - Supplementary Note
Version 3 - Supplementary Note

Sources

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