Title

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 23‑12 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to vaccine information; to amend and reenact section 26.1‑36‑09.15 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to coverage of telehealth services; to provide for a legislative management study; and to declare an emergency.

Bill Text

Bill Activity

  • Filed with Secretary Of State 05/10

  • Signed Signed by Governor 05/07

  • Sent to Governor

  • Signed by Speaker

  • Signed by President

  • Emergency clause carried

  • Passed Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 44 nays 3

  • Conference committee report adopted

  • Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar

  • Passed Second reading, passed, yeas 72 nays 14, Emergency clause carried

  • Conference committee report adopted

  • Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar

  • Appoint Rep. Weisz to replace Rep. Devlin on conference committee

  • New conference committee appointed Westlind Beltz Devlin

  • Conference committee report rejected

  • Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar

  • Passed Second reading, passed, yeas 91 nays 2

  • Conference committee report adopted

  • Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar

  • Conference committee appointed Anderson Lee Hogan

  • Conference committee appointed Westlind Beltz Devlin

  • Refused to concur

  • Returned to House (12)

  • Passed Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 29 nays 17

  • Amendment adopted, placed on calendar

  • Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 5 1 0

  • Committee Hearing 03:00

  • Introduced, first reading, referred Human Services Committee

  • Received from House

  • Passed Second reading, passed, yeas 70 nays 22

  • Amendment adopted, placed on calendar

  • Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 13 1 0

  • Committee Hearing 10:30

  • Introduced, first reading, referred Human Services Committee

Votes

No votes recorded on HB 1465.