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  1. Introduced Feb 2, 2015
  2. Passed House Feb 12, 2015
  3. Passed Senate Apr 22, 2015
  4. Signed into Law May 4, 2015

HB 1007

Oklahoma House Bill

Marriage; prohibiting requirement of religious official to solemnize a marriage that violates their conscience or religious beliefs; effective date.
Session:
2015-2016 Regular Session
Bill Subjects:
Legal Issues
Sponsors (2):

Votes

Actions

Date Chamber  
May 4, 2015 Governor Approved by Governor 05/01/2015
Apr 27, 2015 Governor Sent to Governor
Apr 27, 2015 Senate Enrolled measure signed, returned to House
Apr 23, 2015 House Enrolled, signed, to Senate
Apr 22, 2015 House Referred for enrollment
Apr 22, 2015 Senate Engrossed measure signed, returned to House
Apr 22, 2015 Senate Measure passed: Ayes: 38 Nays: 5 - Related Vote
Apr 22, 2015 Senate General Order, Considered
Apr 7, 2015 Senate coauthored by Brecheen
Apr 7, 2015 Senate Remove as author Senator Brecheen; authored by Senator Newberry
Apr 7, 2015 Senate Reported Do Pass Judiciary committee; CR filed
Mar 5, 2015 Senate Second Reading referred to Judiciary
Feb 16, 2015 Senate coauthored by Ritze, Cleveland
Feb 16, 2015 Senate First Reading
Feb 16, 2015 House Engrossed, signed, to Senate
Feb 12, 2015 House Referred for engrossment
Feb 12, 2015 House Third Reading, Measure passed: Ayes: 88 Nays: 7 - Related Vote
Feb 12, 2015 House Authored by Senator Brecheen (principal Senate author)
Feb 12, 2015 House Coauthored by Representative(s) Bennett, McCullough
Feb 12, 2015 House General Order
Feb 5, 2015 House CR; Do Pass Judiciary and Civil Procedure Committee
Feb 3, 2015 House Second Reading referred to Judiciary and Civil Procedure
Feb 2, 2015 House Authored by Representative Brumbaugh
Feb 2, 2015 House First Reading

Sources

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