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  1. Introduced Mar 8, 2017
  2. Passed Senate Apr 26, 2017
  3. Passed House
  4. Signed into Law

SB 1487

Texas Senate Bill

Relating to preventing racial profiling and video and audio equipment and recordings of certain law enforcement motor vehicle stops; creating an offense.
Session:
85th Legislature (2017)
Bill Subjects:
Public Services Executive Branch Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Other State Agencies Crime
Sponsors (2):

Votes

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

Actions

Date Chamber  
May 22, 2017 House Comm. report sent to Local & Consent Calendar
May 22, 2017 House Committee report distributed
May 21, 2017 House Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator
May 20, 2017 House Reported favorably w/o amendment(s)
May 20, 2017 House Recommended to be sent to Local & Consent
May 20, 2017 House Considered in formal meeting
May 20, 2017 House Scheduled for formal meeting on . . .
May 15, 2017 House Referred to Criminal Jurisprudence
May 15, 2017 House Read first time
Apr 26, 2017 House Received from the Senate
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Reported engrossed
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Record vote
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Passed
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Read 3rd time
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Record vote
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Three day rule suspended
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Vote recorded in Journal
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Read 2nd time & passed to engrossment
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Laid before the Senate
Apr 26, 2017 Senate Placed on local & uncontested calendar
Apr 18, 2017 Senate Committee report printed and distributed
Apr 18, 2017 Senate Recommended for local & uncontested calendar
Apr 18, 2017 Senate Reported favorably as substituted
Apr 11, 2017 Senate Considered in public hearing
Apr 11, 2017 Senate Scheduled for public hearing on . . .
Apr 4, 2017 Senate No action taken in committee
Apr 4, 2017 Senate Scheduled for public hearing on . . .
Mar 20, 2017 Senate Referred to Criminal Justice
Mar 20, 2017 Senate Read first time
Mar 8, 2017 Senate Filed
Mar 8, 2017 Senate Received by the Secretary of the Senate

Sources

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