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  1. Introduced Dec 13, 2016
  2. Passed House
  3. Passed Senate
  4. Signed into Law

HB 577

Texas House Bill

Relating to the authority of a political subdivision to adopt or enforce certain regulations regarding whether a private employer may obtain or consider an employment applicant's or employee's criminal history record information.
Session:
85th Legislature (2017)
Bill Subjects:
Campaign Finance and Election Issues Labor and Employment Municipal and County Issues Crime
Sponsors (76):

Votes

There are currently no roll call votes recorded for this bill.

Actions

Date Chamber  
May 11, 2017 House Placed on General State Calendar
May 9, 2017 House Considered in Calendars
Apr 19, 2017 House Committee report sent to Calendars
Apr 19, 2017 House Committee report distributed
Apr 18, 2017 House Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator
Apr 12, 2017 House Reported favorably as substituted
Apr 12, 2017 House Committee substitute considered in committee
Apr 12, 2017 House Considered in formal meeting
Mar 20, 2017 House Left pending in committee
Mar 20, 2017 House Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee
Mar 20, 2017 House Committee substitute considered in committee
Mar 20, 2017 House Considered in public hearing
Feb 20, 2017 House Referred to Business & Industry
Feb 20, 2017 House Read first time
Dec 13, 2016 House Filed

Bill Text

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