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Introduced by Sen. G. Nelson, Lyson, C. Nelson
Introduced by Rep. Carlisle, DeKrey, Mahoney
A BILL for an Act to create and enact section 19-03.1-22.1, a new subsection to section
19-03.1-37, and chapter 19-03.4 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to volatile
chemicals and drug paraphernalia; to amend and reenact subsection 1 of section 15.1-24-05,
subsection 7 of section 19-03.1-23, section 19-03.1-23.2, subsection 6 of section 19-03.1-36,
and subsection 4 of section 19-03.1-37 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to drug
offenses; to repeal section 12.1-31-06 and chapter 12.1-31.1 of the North Dakota Century Code,
relating to volatile chemicals and drug paraphernalia; and to provide a penalty.

01/29 Senate Introduced, first reading, referred Judiciary SJ 217

02/14 Senate Committee Hearing 09:00

02/15 Senate Reported back amended, amendment poc y 006 n 000 SJ 481

02/16 Senate Laid over one legislative day SJ 493

02/19 Senate Laid over one legislative day SJ 534

02/20 Senate Laid over one legislative day SJ 563

02/21 Senate Amendment adopted, placed on calendar SJ 604

Amended on floor SJ 604

Amendment failed SJ 604

Second reading passed, y 048 n 000 Emergency clause carried SJ 605

02/22 House Received from Senate HJ 732

02/28 House Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Judiciary HJ 758

03/05 House Committee Hearing 08:30

03/15 House Reported back amended, amendment poc y 013 n 000 HJ 933

03/16 House Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 943

Second reading passed, y 091 n 000 Emergency clause carried HJ 958

03/19 Senate Returned to Senate (12) SJ 850

03/30 Senate Concurred SJ1058

Second reading passed, y 046 n 000 Emergency clause carried SJ1058

04/03 Senate Signed by President SJ1124

04/09 House Signed by Speaker HJ1389

04/09 Senate Sent to Governor SJ1248

04/12 Senate Signed by Governor SJ1333

04/12 Senate Filed with Secretary of State

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