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2018 Regular Session
SB261   by Senator Dale Erdey         

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES:  Provides for certain insurance benefits for firemen and law enforcement officers who suffer a catastrophic injury resulting in permanent and total disability caused by an individual with the specific intent to kill an officer while the fireman or officer is engaged in the performance of his official duties. (gov sig) (EN SEE FISC NOTE GF EX See Note)

Current Status:  Signed by the Governor - Act 656


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 Date   ChamberJournal
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06/01S  Effective date 6/1/2018.
06/01S  Signed by the Governor. Becomes Act No. 656.
05/18S  Sent to the Governor by the Secretary of the Senate on 5/22/2018.
05/18H73  Signed by the Speaker of the House.
05/18S118  Enrolled. Signed by the President of the Senate.
05/17S54  Notice House adopted the Conference Committee Report.
05/17H114  Conference Committee Report read, roll called, yeas 93, nays 0. The Conference Committee Report was adopted.
05/16H  Scheduled for floor debate on 05/17/18.
05/16H98  Notice of Senate adoption of Conference Committee Report.
05/16S53  Conference Committee Report read; adopted by a vote of 37 yeas and 0 nays.
05/16H  Scheduled for floor debate on 05/17/18.
05/15S80  Conference committee report received.
05/15H48  Conference Committee report received. Lies over under the rules.
05/10S1  Notice House Conference Committee members appointed.
05/09H48  House conferees appointed: Pope, Berthelot, and Howard.
05/09H49  Notice of Senate conferees appointed.
05/09S53  Senate conference committee members appointed: Erdey, Gary Smith, and Peacock.
05/01H1  Notice of Senate rejecting House amendments.
05/01S25  Amendments proposed by the House read and rejected by a vote of 37 yeas and 0 nays.
04/30S3  Received from the House with amendments.
04/26H30  Read third time by title, amended, roll called on final passage, yeas 88, nays 0. Finally passed, ordered to the Senate.
04/19H  Scheduled for floor debate on 04/26/18.
04/10H8  Read by title, amended, passed to 3rd reading.
04/09H23  Reported with Legislative Bureau amendments.
04/06H28  Reported favorably (12-0). Referred to the Legislative Bureau.
04/03H13  Read by title, under the rules, referred to the Committee on Municipal, Parochial and Cultural Affairs.
04/02H29  Received in the House from the Senate, read by title, lies over under the rules.
04/02S13  Rules suspended. Read by title, passed by a vote of 37 yeas and 0 nays, and sent to the House. Motion to reconsider tabled.
03/27S17  Read by title. Ordered engrossed and passed to third reading and final passage.
03/26S10  Reported favorably.
03/12S25  Introduced in the Senate; read by title. Rules suspended. Read second time and referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.
03/01S  Prefiled and under the rules provisionally referred to the Committee on Judiciary B.




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