SB 1720: Envelopes Used to Conceal the Voter’s Choices
GENERAL BILL by Smith
Envelopes Used to Conceal the Voter’s Choices; Redefining the term “secrecy envelope” to include a device marked with a tinted pattern on the inside, etc.
- Rules (RC)
Date Chamber Action 1/6/2012 Senate • Filed
1/17/2012 Senate • Referred to Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections; Rules -SJ 229
• Introduced -SJ 229
2/27/2012 Senate • Withdrawn from Rules Subcommittee on Ethics and Elections -SJ 685
• Now in Rules
3/9/2012 Senate • Died in Rules
SB 1720, Original Filed Version (Current Bill Version) Posted 1/6/2012 at 4:53 PM
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