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HOUSE BILL 405

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H0405   by JUDICIARY, RULES AND ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE
CRIMES – Amends existing law to provide an eligibility requirement for a DUI diversion program.
  02/04 Introduced, read first time, referred to JRA for Printing  
  02/05 Reported Printed and Referred to Judiciary, Rules & Administration  
  02/14 Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation, Filed for Second Reading  
  02/17 Read second time; Filed for Third Reading  
  02/18 U.C. to hold place on third reading calendar one legislative day  
  02/19 Read Third Time in Full – PASSED - 47-23-0
AYES – Abernathy, Amador, Anderson, Anderst, Andrus, Armstrong, Berch, Blanksma, Chaney, Chew, Clow, Davis, DeMordaunt, Ellis, Furniss, Gannon, Gibbs, Goesling, Green, Hartgen, Holtzclaw, Horman, Kauffman, Kerby, Kiska, Lickley, Marshall, Mason, McCrostie, Monks, Moyle, Necochea, Palmer, Raybould, Raymond, Ricks, Rubel, Shepherd, Smith, Syme, Toone, Troy, Wagoner, Wintrow, Wood, Youngblood, Mr. Speaker
NAYS – Addis, Barbieri, Boyle, Christensen, Collins, Crane, Dixon, Ehardt, Gestrin, Giddings, Harris, Kingsley, Mendive, Moon, Nichols, Remington, Scott, Stevenson, Vander Woude, Wisniewski, Young, Zito, Zollinger
Absent – None
Floor Sponsor - Kerby
Title apvd - to Senate
 
  02/20 Received from the House passed; filed for first reading  
  Introduced, read first time; referred to: Judiciary & Rules