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  1. Introduced 2019-01-11
  2. Passed House 2019-02-18
  3. Passed Senate 2019-03-14
  4. Signed into Law 2019-04-19
HB 1395
North Dakota House Bill
Bill Title:
AN ACT to amend and reenact section 14‑09‑22 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to requiring evaluations for individuals convicted of child abuse; and to provide a penalty.
Last Action:
2019-04-23, House: Filed with Secretary Of State 04/19
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2019-04-23, House
  • Filed with Secretary Of State 04/19
2019-04-19, House
  • Signed by Governor 04/18
2019-04-17, House
  • Sent to Governor
2019-04-16, House
  • Signed by Speaker
2019-04-16, Senate
  • Signed by President
2019-04-15, House
  • Concurred
  • Second reading, passed, yeas 83 nays 6
2019-04-05, House
  • Laid over one legislative day
2019-03-29, House
  • Returned to House (12)
2019-03-28, Senate
  • Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 45 nays 0
2019-03-27, Senate
  • Laid over one legislative day
2019-03-26, Senate
  • Reported back, do not pass, placed on calendar 9 5 0
2019-03-22, Senate
  • Committee Hearing 09:00
2019-03-15, Senate
  • Reconsidered
  • Rereferred to Appropriations
2019-03-14, Senate
  • Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 46 nays 0
2019-03-13, Senate
  • Amendment adopted, placed on calendar
2019-03-12, Senate
  • Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 4 0 2
2019-03-11, Senate
  • Committee Hearing 02:30
2019-02-19, Senate
  • Received from House
  • Introduced, first reading, referred Judiciary Committee
2019-02-18, House
  • Second reading, passed, yeas 81 nays 11
2019-02-14, House
  • Reported back, do pass, place on calendar 11 8 2
2019-02-06, House
  • Amendment adopted
  • Rereferred to Appropriations
2019-02-05, House
  • Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 12 2 0
2019-01-29, House
  • Committee Hearing 10:00
2019-01-11, House
  • Introduced, first reading, referred Judiciary Committee