CS/HB 87: Communications Among Branches of State Government
GENERAL BILL by Civil Justice Subcommittee ; Soto
Communications Among Branches of State Government; Designates act "Communication of Judicial Opinions Act"; requires clerks of State Supreme Court & district courts of appeal to transmit certain judicial opinions to Governor, President of Senate, & Speaker of House of Representatives within specified time.
Last Action: 5/7/2011 House - Died in Judiciary Committee
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Civil Justice Subcommittee; Rulemaking and Regulation Subcommittee; Judiciary Committee -HJ 13
• On Committee agenda-- Civil Justice Subcommittee, 03/08/11, 8:00 am, 404 HOB
• Introduced -HJ 13
• CS by Civil Justice Subcommittee; YEAS 15 NAYS 0 -HJ 188
• Pending review of CS under Rule 7.19(c)
• CS by Civil Justice Subcommittee read 1st time -HJ 185
• Now in Rulemaking and Regulation Subcommittee -HJ 209
• On Committee agenda-- Rulemaking and Regulation Subcommittee, 03/16/11, 9:00 am, 306 HOB
• Favorable by Rulemaking and Regulation Subcommittee; YEAS 11 NAYS 1 -HJ 251
• Now in Judiciary Committee -HJ 251
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Judiciary Committee
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