LCS Bill Summaries & Votes for - HB07-1326

CommitteeDate
Conference Committee - Bill Summary05/03/2007
  . .  HB07-1326 FINAL VOTE - Moved to add a separate section to the bill that requires law enforcement to make a reasonable effort to verify an offender's email address, requires the offender to sign a statement at the time of registration of one or more email addresses attesting that he or she understands that failure to register properly is a felony offense and false reporting of information is a misdemeanor offense, and stating that the signed statement counts as a reasonable effort by law enforcement to verify the address. Michael Dohr agreed to draft the report accordingly and Representative Kerr and Senator Sandoval agreed to ask for permission to go beyond the scope prior to signing the report and presenting it to their respective bodies. The motion passed on a vote of 5-0, with one excused.
Conference Committee - Bill Summary05/02/2007
  . .  HB07-1326 FINAL VOTE - Move that the House recede from its position and adopt the rerevised version of House Bill 07-1326. The motion passed on a vote of 5 to 1.
Senate Appropriations - Bill Summary04/27/2007
  . .  HB07-1326 FINAL VOTE - bill unamended to cow
Senate Judiciary - Bill Summary04/25/2007
  . .  HB07-1326 FINAL VOTE - Moved to refer HB07-1326, as amended, to the Committee on Appropriations. The motion passed on a 6-0 vote.
House Appropriations - Bill Summary04/11/2007
  . .  HB07-1326 FINAL VOTE - cow as amended
House Judiciary - Bill Summary03/13/2007
  . .  HB07-1326 FINAL VOTE - Refer House Bill 07-1326, as amended, to the Committee on Appropriations with a favorable recommendation. The motion passed on a vote of 10-0, with one excused.