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SENATE BILL 1070

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     Statement of Purpose / Fiscal Note


S1070aa   by STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE
HOMICIDE – Adds to existing law relating to homicide to provide for a felony relating to the causing of or assisting in a suicide, to provide penalties, to provide for the revocation of a certain license or certification, to provide injunctive relief, to provide exceptions and to define terms.
  02/04 Introduced; read first time; referred to JR for Printing  
  02/07 Reported Printed; referred to State Affairs  
  02/17 Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation; Filed for second reading  
  02/18 Read second time; filed for Third Reading  
  02/23 Referred to 14th Order for amendment  
  03/08 Placed in the Committee of the Whole  
  Reported out without recommendation, as amended  
  Amendments ordered printed; referred for engrossment  
  03/09 Reported engrossed, filed for first reading, as amended  
  Amendments reported printed  
  Read first time as amended, filed for Second Reading  
  03/10 Read second time as amended, filed for Third reading  
  03/11 Read third time in full as amended – PASSED - 31-2-2
AYES – Andreason, Bair, Brackett, Cameron, Corder, Darrington, Davis, Fulcher, Goedde, Hammond, Heider, Hill, Keough, Lodge, Malepeai, McGee, McKague, McKenzie, Mortimer, Nuxoll, Pearce, Schmidt, Siddoway, Smyser, Stegner, Stennett, Tippets, Toryanski, Vick, Werk, Winder
NAYS – Bilyeu, LeFavour
Absent and excused – Bock, Broadsword
Floor Sponsor - Fulcher
Title apvd - to House
 
  03/14 Received from the Senate, Filed for First Reading  
  Read First Time, Referred to State Affairs  
  03/23 Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation, Filed for Second Reading  
  03/24 Read second time; Filed for Third Reading  
  U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar one legislative day  
  03/25 U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar until Monday, March 28, 2011  
  03/28 Read Third Time in Full – PASSED - 61-8-1
AYES – Anderson, Andrus, Barbieri, Barrett, Bateman, Bayer, Bedke, Bell, Bilbao, Black, Block, Bolz, Boyle, Buckner-Webb, Chadderdon(Chadderdon), Collins, Crane, DeMordaunt, Ellsworth, Eskridge, Gibbs(Wheeler), Guthrie, Hagedorn, Hart, Hartgen, Harwood, Henderson, Higgins, King, Lacey, Lake, Loertscher, Luker, Marriott, McGeachin, McMillan, Moyle, Nesset, Nielsen, Nonini, Palmer, Patrick, Perry, Raybould, Rusche, Schaefer, Shepherd, Shirley, Simpson, Sims, Smith(30), Stevenson, Takasugi(Batt), Thayn, Thompson, Trail, Vander Woude, Wills, Wood(27), Wood(35), Mr. Speaker
NAYS – Burgoyne, Chew, Cronin, Jaquet, Killen, Pence, Ringo, Smith(24)
Absent and excused – Roberts
Floor Sponsor - Bayer
Title apvd - to Senate
 
  03/29 Returned From House Passed; referred to enrolling  
  03/30 Reported enrolled; signed by President; to House for signature of Speaker  
  03/31 Received from Senate; Signed by Speaker; Returned to Senate  
  04/01 Reported signed by the Speaker & ordered delivered to Governor  
  04/04 Reported delivered to Governor at 1:55 p.m. on 04/01/11  
  04/05 Signed by Governor on 04/05/11
    Session Law Chapter 194
    Effective: 07/01/2011