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HB 87, 63rd R.S.
Prohibiting and declaring unlawful, in the interest of public safety, health and welfare, the boarding or entry or attempted boarding or attempted entry of a standing or moving railroad locomotive or car (other than passenger); providing that no person injured while engaged in said act or acts or while riding or occupying said railroad locomotive or cars shall recover damages unless the injury was knowingly caused by such persons, firm or corporation having possession and control of such locomotive or car; repealing all laws in conflict with certain exceptions; and declaring an emergency.

Chamber Action Comments  Date 
H Filed   01/12/1973
H Read first time   01/18/1973
H Referred to Committee on Transportation   01/18/1973
H Committee hearing notice posted   02/06/1973
H Considered in public hearing   02/13/1973
H Referred to subcommittee   02/13/1973
H Subcommittee hearing notice posted   02/13/1973
H Considered in public hearing   02/26/1973
H Reported favorably   02/26/1973
H Amended in committee   02/26/1973
H Sent to Calendar Committee   02/27/1973
H Read second time   03/05/1973
H Amendments   03/05/1973
H Passed to engrossment   03/05/1973
H Reported engrossed   03/05/1973
H Read third time   03/06/1973
H Passed   03/06/1973
S House passage reported   03/06/1973
S Read first time   03/06/1973
S Referred to Committee on Human Resources   03/06/1973
S Committee hearing date   04/02/1973
S Committee hearing date   04/05/1973
S Committee hearing date   04/05/1973
S Committee substitute   04/04/1973

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