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Introduced by Appropriations Committee
(At the request of the Governor)
A BILL for an Act to provide an appropriation for defraying the expenses of the parks and
recreation department and the International Peace Garden; to designate department of commerce
tourism division Lewis and Clark bicentennial grants; and to declare an emergency.

01/04 House Introduced, first reading, referred Appropriations HJ 37

01/07 House Committee Hearing 08:40

01/13 House Committee Hearing 10:30

02/16 House Reported back amended, do pass, amendment poc y 022 n 000 HJ 725

02/17 House Amendment adopted, placed on calendar HJ 749

Second reading passed, y 089 n 000 Emergency clause carried HJ 762

02/17 Senate Received from House SJ 606

02/23 Senate Introduced, first reading, (emergency), referred Appropriations SJ 622

03/03 Senate Committee Hearing 02:30

03/25 Senate Reported back amended, do pass, amendment poc y 012 n 002 SJ1044

03/29 Senate Amendment adopted, placed on calendar SJ1110

Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 046 nays 001 SJ1111

03/29 House Returned to House (12) HJ1381

03/29 Senate Emergency clause carried SJ1111

03/31 House Refused to concur HJ1435

Conf comm appointed Martinson Wald Gulleson HJ1435

04/04 Senate Conf comm appointed Andrist Schobinger Tallackson SJ1273

04/22 House Reported back from conf comm, placed on calendar (Senate recede) HJ1930

Conference committee report adopted HJ1933

Second reading passed, y 087 n 005 Emergency clause carried HJ1933

04/22 Senate Reported back from conf comm, placed on calendar (Senate recede) SJ1715

04/23 Senate Conference committee report adopted SJ1747

Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 045 nays 000 SJ1747

Emergency clause carried SJ1747

04/25 House Signed by Speaker HJ2087

04/25 Senate Signed by President SJ1813

04/25 House Sent to Governor HJ2087

04/25 House Signed by Governor HJ2087

04/26 House Filed with Secretary of State

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