CS/HB 553: State Recognition of Indian Tribes and Bands
GENERAL BILL by State Affairs Committee ; Salzman ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Abbott ; Anderson ; Basabe ; Caruso ; Cassel ; Cross ; Daniels ; Eskamani ; Harris ; Holcomb ; Jacques ; Mooney ; Plakon ; Plasencia ; Rayner-Goolsby ; Rizo ; Roth ; Stark ; Stevenson ; Valdés ; Woodson
State Recognition of Indian Tribes and Bands; Provides for state recognition of specified Indian tribes & bands.
Last Action: 5/5/2023 Senate - Died in Rules
Bill Text: PDF
- Rules (RC)
• Referred to Local Administration, Federal Affairs & Special Districts Subcommittee
• Referred to State Affairs Committee
• Now in Local Administration, Federal Affairs & Special Districts Subcommittee
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Added to Local Administration, Federal Affairs & Special Districts Subcommittee agenda
• Favorable by Local Administration, Federal Affairs & Special Districts Subcommittee
• Reported out of Local Administration, Federal Affairs & Special Districts Subcommittee
• Now in State Affairs Committee
• Added to State Affairs Committee agenda
• Favorable with CS by State Affairs Committee
• Reported out of State Affairs Committee
• Laid on Table under Rule 7.18(a)
• CS Filed
• 1st Reading (Committee Substitute 1)
• Bill referred to House Calendar
• Added to Second Reading Calendar
• Bill added to Special Order Calendar (4/25/2023)
• Temporarily postponed, on 2nd Reading
• Read 2nd time
• Placed on 3rd reading
• Added to Third Reading Calendar
• Read 3rd time
• CS passed; YEAS 111, NAYS 1
• In Messages
• Referred to Rules
• Died in Rules
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