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  1. Introduced Feb 6, 2017
  2. Passed Senate Mar 21, 2017
  3. Passed House Apr 18, 2017
  4. Signed into Law

SB 657

Oklahoma Senate Bill

Mental health providers; creating the Protection Against Sexual Exploitation By a Mental Health Service Provider Act. Effective date.
Session:
2017-2018 Regular Session
Sponsors (2):

Votes

Actions

Date Chamber  
May 31, 2017 Senate Died in conference
May 11, 2017 Senate SCs named GCCA
May 10, 2017 House Conference granted, naming Conference Committee on Public Health
May 4, 2017 Senate HAs rejected, conference requested
Apr 19, 2017 Senate HAs read
Apr 19, 2017 House Engrossed, signed, to Senate
Apr 18, 2017 House Referred for engrossment
Apr 18, 2017 House Third Reading, Measure passed: Ayes: 95 Nays: 0
Apr 18, 2017 House Enacting clause stricken
Apr 18, 2017 House Amended
Apr 18, 2017 House General Order
Apr 4, 2017 House Title restored
Apr 4, 2017 House CR; Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Public Health Committee
Mar 27, 2017 House Second Reading referred to Public Health
Mar 22, 2017 House First Reading
Mar 22, 2017 Senate Engrossed to House
Mar 21, 2017 Senate Referred for engrossment
Mar 21, 2017 Senate Measure passed: Ayes: 44 Nays: 0 - Related Vote
Mar 21, 2017 Senate General Order, Amended by Floor Substitute
Mar 9, 2017 Senate Coauthored by Representative Ritze (principal House author)
Mar 1, 2017 Senate Title stricken
Mar 1, 2017 Senate Reported Do Pass, amended by committee substitute Appropriations committee; CR filed
Feb 9, 2017 Senate Referred to Appropriations
Feb 9, 2017 Senate Reported Do Pass as amended Public Safety committee; CR filed
Feb 9, 2017 Senate Title stricken
Feb 7, 2017 Senate Second Reading referred to Public Safety Committee then to Appropriations Committee
Feb 6, 2017 Senate Authored by Senator Brecheen
Feb 6, 2017 Senate First Reading

Sources

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