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HB 1686, 69th R.S.
Relating to the method of computing the percentage of land owned by persons who protest a zoning change.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Effective on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 08/26/1985  05/24/1985
H Signed by the Governor   05/24/1985
H Sent to the Governor   05/14/1985
S Signed in the Senate   05/14/1985
H Signed in the House   05/13/1985
H Reported enrolled   05/09/1985
H Returned from the Senate   05/09/1985
S Record vote   05/09/1985
S Passed   05/09/1985
S Read 3rd time   05/09/1985
S Record vote   05/09/1985
S Rules suspended   05/09/1985
S Read 2nd time & passed to 3rd reading   05/09/1985
S Laid before the Senate   05/09/1985
S Reported favorably w/o amendments   05/01/1985
S Considered in public hearing   04/30/1985
S Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . . .   04/30/1985
S Referred to Intergovernmental Relations   04/02/1985
S Read first time   04/02/1985
S House passage reported   04/01/1985
H Sent to the Senate   04/01/1985
H Reported engrossed   03/28/1985
H Passed   03/28/1985
H Read 3rd time   03/28/1985
H Rules suspended   03/28/1985
H Passed to engrossment   03/28/1985
H Read 2nd time   03/28/1985
H Placed on Consent Calendar   03/28/1985
H 1st Printing sent to Local&Consent Cal.   03/25/1985
H Reported favorably w/o amendment(s)   03/20/1985
H Testimony received in committee   03/20/1985
H Considered in public hearing   03/20/1985
H Scheduled for public hearing on . . . . . .   03/20/1985
H Referred to Urban Affairs   03/12/1985
H Read first time   03/12/1985
H Filed   03/07/1985

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