MT HB21 | 2015 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 1-0)
Status: Introduced on November 20 2014 - 25% progression, died in chamber
Action: 2015-02-27 - (H) Missed Deadline for General Bill Transmittal
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]


Eliminate license exemption for certain private adolescent treatment programs

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Eliminate license exemption for certain private adolescent treatment programs



2015-02-27House(H) Missed Deadline for General Bill Transmittal
2015-01-30House(H) Hearing Canceled (H) Judiciary
2015-01-30House(H) Bill Withdrawn per House Rule H30-50(3)(b) (H) Judiciary
2015-01-12House(H) Fiscal Note Printed (H) Judiciary
2015-01-09House(H) Fiscal Note Signed (H) Judiciary
2015-01-08House(H) Fiscal Note Received (H) Judiciary
2015-01-05House(H) First Reading
2014-12-09House(H) Fiscal Note Requested
2014-12-09House(H) Referred to Committee (H) Judiciary
2014-11-20 (C) Introduced Bill Text Available Electronically
2014-11-20House(H) Introduced
2014-11-17 (C) Pre-Introduction Letter Sent
2014-11-17 (C) Fiscal Note Probable
2014-11-17 (C) Draft in Assembly/Executive Director Review
2014-11-13 (C) Draft in Final Drafter Review
2014-11-05 (C) Bill Draft Text Available Electronically
2014-11-05 (C) Draft in Input/Proofing
2014-10-29 (C) Draft to Drafter - Edit Review [JLN]
2014-10-29 (C) Draft in Legal Review
2014-10-29 (C) Draft to Requester for Review
2014-04-29 (C) Draft Request Received


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