<Bill Details

Bill
HB 3106
Title
Relating to a requirement that law enforcement agencies enter into a certain database information related to investigations of sexual assault or other sex offenses.
Session
86
Chamber
House
Sponsors
Reggie Smith, Ana-Maria Ramos, Jared Patterson, Steve Allison, Ana Hernandez, Ben Leman, Ed Thompson, Eddie Lucio III, Bobby Guerra, Donna Howard, Charles "Doc" Anderson, Drew Springer, Craig Goldman, Barbara Gervin-Hawkins, Dwayne Bohac, Jay Dean, Jeff Leach, John Frullo, Ina Minjarez, Rick Miller, Lynn Stucky, Matt Shaheen, Scott Sanford, Kyle Biedermann, Matt Krause, Morgan Meyer, Terry Wilson, Tan Parker, Tony Tinderholt, Victoria Neave,
Subjects
Crimes--Against Persons--Sexual (I0171), SEXUAL ASSAULT (S4375), MOLLY JANE'S LAW (P0735), Electronic Information Systems (I0311), PUBLIC SAFETY, DEPARTMENT OF (V0251), Law Enforcement (I0510)
Action dates
Action Date
Filed March 4, 2019, midnight
Read first time March 13, 2019, midnight
Referred to Homeland Security & Public Safety March 13, 2019, midnight
Considered in public hearing April 10, 2019, midnight
Committee substitute considered in committee April 10, 2019, midnight
Testimony taken/registration(s) recorded in committee April 10, 2019, midnight
Reported favorably as substituted April 10, 2019, midnight
Comte report filed with Committee Coordinator April 16, 2019, midnight
Committee report distributed April 17, 2019, midnight
Committee report sent to Calendars April 17, 2019, midnight
Considered in Calendars April 23, 2019, midnight
Placed on General State Calendar April 25, 2019, midnight
Read 2nd time April 29, 2019, midnight
Amended April 29, 2019, midnight
Passed to engrossment as amended April 29, 2019, midnight
Read 3rd time April 30, 2019, midnight
Passed April 30, 2019, midnight
Record vote April 30, 2019, midnight
Reported engrossed April 30, 2019, midnight
Received from the House April 30, 2019, midnight
Read first time May 1, 2019, midnight
Referred to Criminal Justice May 1, 2019, midnight
Scheduled for public hearing on . . . May 8, 2019, midnight
Considered in public hearing May 8, 2019, midnight
Testimony taken in committee May 8, 2019, midnight
Co-sponsor authorized May 9, 2019, midnight
Reported favorably as substituted May 10, 2019, midnight
Committee report printed and distributed May 10, 2019, midnight
Placed on intent calendar May 13, 2019, midnight
Co-sponsor authorized May 14, 2019, midnight
Rules suspended-Regular order of business May 14, 2019, midnight
Read 2nd time & passed to 3rd reading May 14, 2019, midnight
Vote recorded in Journal May 14, 2019, midnight
Three day rule suspended May 14, 2019, midnight
Record vote May 14, 2019, midnight
Read 3rd time May 14, 2019, midnight
Passed May 14, 2019, midnight
Record vote May 14, 2019, midnight
Senate passage as amended reported May 14, 2019, midnight
Senate Amendments distributed May 14, 2019, midnight
Senate Amendments Analysis distributed May 14, 2019, midnight
House concurs in Senate amendment(s) May 15, 2019, midnight
Record vote May 15, 2019, midnight
Text of Senate Amendment(s) May 15, 2019, midnight
House concurs in Senate amendment(s)-reported May 16, 2019, midnight
Reported enrolled May 16, 2019, midnight
Signed in the House May 17, 2019, midnight
Signed in the Senate May 17, 2019, midnight
Sent to the Governor May 17, 2019, midnight
Signed by the Governor May 29, 2019, midnight
Effective on 9/1/19 May 29, 2019, midnight

Last updated: July 1, 2019, 2:14 p.m.