SB 1772: Sunshine Security Act
GENERAL BILL by Baker
Sunshine Security Act; creates said act; creates Law Enforcement Agency Consolidation Task Force; provides for appointment of members & for duties; provides for preliminary & final reports addressing effects of consolidation of all sworn law enforcement functions in state; provides for future repeal.
Last Action: 5/6/2005 Senate - Died in Committee on Criminal Justice
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
Date Chamber Action 2/24/2005 Senate • Filed
3/14/2005 Senate • Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice; Governmental Oversight and Productivity; Justice Appropriations -SJ 00180
4/21/2005 Senate • On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 04/26/05, 11:45 am, 37-S --Temporarily postponed
5/6/2005 Senate • Died in Committee on Criminal Justice
SB 1772, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 2/24/2005 at 11:18 AM
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF Analyses: Criminal Justice (Post-Meeting) 4/21/2005 (pdf)
Related Bills (1)
Bill Number Subject Filed By Relationship Last Action and Location H 45 Needelman Similar Last Action: 5/6/2005 H Died in Council on Justice Council
Committee Votes (1)
Date Committee Result 4/26/2005 11:45 AM Criminal Justice View Vote Record
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