HB 1023

  • North Dakota House Bill
  • 65th Legislative Assembly (2017-2018)
  • Introduced in House Jan 03, 2017
  • Passed House Apr 27, 2017
  • Passed Senate Apr 27, 2017
  • Governor

AN ACT to provide an appropriation for defraying the expenses of the public employees retirement system; to provide for a transfer; to provide for solicitations of bids for the public employee health benefits coverage; to provide for a study; to create and enact sections 54‑35‑02.9 and 54‑35‑02.10 and a new subsection to section 54‑52‑04 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the public employee health care coverage committee and the authority of the retirement board; to amend and reenact sections 54‑35‑02.4 and 54‑52.1‑08.2 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the employee benefits programs committee; and to provide an expiration date.

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May 25, 2017

House

Filed with Secretary Of State 05/03

May 18, 2017

House

Signed by Governor, but item veto 05/02

Apr 27, 2017

House

Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar

House

Conference committee report adopted

House

Second reading, passed, yeas 80 nays 8

Senate

Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar

Senate

Conference committee report adopted

Senate

Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 30 nays 15

Senate

Signed by President

House

Signed by Speaker

House

Sent to Governor

Apr 26, 2017

Senate

Appoint Sen. Oehlke to replace Sen. Hogue on conference committee

Apr 25, 2017

Senate

Appoint Sen. Hogue to replace Sen. Oehlke on conference committee

Apr 12, 2017

House

Refused to concur

House

Conference committee appointed Vigesaa Boehning Keiser

Senate

Conference committee appointed Krebsbach Oehlke Robinson

Apr 10, 2017

Senate

Amendment adopted, placed on calendar

Senate

Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 46 nays 0

House

Returned to House (12)

Apr 07, 2017

Senate

Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 14 0 0

Mar 31, 2017

Senate

Rereferred to Appropriations

Mar 30, 2017

Senate

Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 14 0 0

Mar 23, 2017

Senate

Committee Hearing 08:30

Mar 21, 2017

Senate

Amendment adopted

Senate

Rereferred to Appropriations

Mar 20, 2017

Senate

Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 6 0 0

Mar 02, 2017

Senate

Committee Hearing 10:30

Feb 23, 2017

Senate

Received from House

Senate

Introduced, first reading, referred Government and Veterans Affairs Committee

Feb 22, 2017

House

Second reading, passed, yeas 76 nays 15

Feb 21, 2017

House

Amendment adopted, placed on calendar

Feb 20, 2017

House

Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 15 3 3

Feb 13, 2017

House

Committee Hearing 11:00

Feb 10, 2017

House

Committee Hearing 09:30

Feb 01, 2017

House

Committee Hearing 02:45

Jan 17, 2017

House

Committee Hearing 09:30

Jan 05, 2017

House

Committee Hearing 08:30

Jan 03, 2017

House

Introduced, first reading, referred Appropriations Committee

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
Enrollment PDF
FIRST ENGROSSMENT with Conference Committee Amendments PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for Conference Committee (Marked Up) PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for Conference Committee PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for Senator Krebsbach (Marked Up) PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for Senator Krebsbach PDF
FIRST ENGROSSMENT with Senate Amendments PDF PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for Senator Poolman (Marked Up) PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for Senator Poolman PDF
FIRST ENGROSSMENT PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for House Appropriations Committee (Marked Up) PDF
Prepared by the Legislative Council staff for House Appropriations Committee PDF
INTRODUCED PDF

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