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Introduced by Industry, Business and Labor Committee
(At the request of the Workers Compensation Bureau)
A BILL for an Act to create and enact two new sections to chapter 65-04, relating to workers'
compensation dispute resolution and penalties for employer's failure to secure coverage,
submit payroll, or otherwise comply with chapter 65-04; to amend and reenact sections
65-02-23, 65-02-24, 65-04-04, 65-04-19, 65-04-20, 65-04-22, 65-04-24, 65-04-25, 65-04-26.1,
65-04-27.1, 65-08-01, 65-09-01, 65-09-02, and 65-10-01, relating to workers' compensation
premium billing statements, determining date of default for premium, service of process on
directors of nonresident corporations, procedure for notifying corporate officers of their
liability for unpaid premium, reporting wages for extraterritorial coverage, appeals, and
internal cross-references; to repeal sections 65-01-05, 65-04-05, 65-04-12, 65-04-14,
65-04-23, 65-09-03, and 65-09-04, relating to penalties for an employer's failure to secure
workers' compensation coverage, submit payroll, or otherwise comply with chapter 65-04; and to
provide a penalty.

01/09 Senate Introduced, first reading, referred Industry, Business and Labor SJ 39

01/17 Senate Committee Hearing 09:00

01/17 Senate Reported back, do pass, placed on calendar y 007 n 000 SJ 95

01/18 Senate Second reading, passed, yeas 046 nays 000 SJ 105

01/19 House Received from Senate HJ 157

01/22 House Introduced, first reading, referred Industry, Business and Labor HJ 180

02/14 House Committee Hearing 08:15

02/28 House Reported back, do pass, placed on calendar y 012 n 000 HJ 750

03/01 House Second reading, passed, yeas 093 nays 000 HJ 768

03/02 Senate Returned to Senate SJ 686

03/07 Senate Signed by President SJ 727

03/07 House Signed by Speaker HJ 826

03/12 Senate Sent to Governor SJ 779

03/14 Senate Signed by Governor SJ 813

03/14 Senate Filed with Secretary of State

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