ND HB1522 | 2023-2024 | 68th Legislative Assembly


Completed Legislative Action
Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Republican 6-0)
Status: Passed on May 18 2023 - 100% progression
Action: 2023-05-18 - Filed with Secretary Of State 05/09
Text: Latest bill text (Enrolled) [PDF]


AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 14-02.4 and a new section to chapter 15.1-06 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to preferred pronouns and providing accommodations to a transgender student; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.

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Preferred pronouns and providing accommodations to a transgender student; to provide a penalty; and to declare an emergency.


Roll Calls

2023-04-27 - Senate - Senate Second reading (Y: 40 N: 6 NV: 0 Abs: 1) [PASS]
2023-04-25 - House - House Second reading (Y: 68 N: 22 NV: 0 Abs: 4) [PASS]
2023-04-03 - Senate - Senate Second reading (Y: 31 N: 16 NV: 0 Abs: 0) [PASS]
2023-02-22 - House - House Second reading (Y: 73 N: 19 NV: 0 Abs: 2) [PASS]


2023-05-18HouseFiled with Secretary Of State 05/09
2023-05-18HouseSigned by Governor 05/08
2023-04-28HouseSent to Governor
2023-04-28HouseSigned by Speaker
2023-04-28SenateSigned by President
2023-04-27SenateEmergency clause carried
2023-04-27SenateSecond reading, passed as amended, yeas 40 nays 6
2023-04-27SenateConference committee report adopted
2023-04-26SenateReported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar
2023-04-25HouseSecond reading, passed, yeas 68 nays 22, Emergency clause carried
2023-04-25HouseConference committee report adopted
2023-04-24HouseReported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar
2023-04-19SenateConference committee appointed Weston Lee Cleary
2023-04-17HouseConference committee appointed Rohr K. Anderson Dobervich
2023-04-17HouseRefused to concur
2023-04-03HouseReturned to House (12)
2023-04-03SenateEmergency clause carried
2023-04-03SenateSecond reading, passed as amended, yeas 37 nays 10
2023-04-03SenateAmendment adopted
2023-04-03SenateAmendment proposed on floor
2023-04-03SenateAmendment adopted, placed on calendar
2023-03-31SenateReported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 4 1 1
2023-03-31SenateCommittee Hearing 11:30
2023-03-29SenateCommittee Hearing 02:45
2023-03-29SenateCommittee Hearing 09:00
2023-03-21SenateCommittee Hearing 09:00
2023-03-15SenateCommittee Hearing 03:00
2023-03-15SenateCommittee Hearing 10:30
2023-03-03SenateIntroduced, first reading, (emergency), referred to Human Services
2023-03-03SenateReceived from House
2023-02-22HouseSecond reading, passed, yeas 73 nays 19, Emergency clause carried
2023-02-22HouseAmendment adopted, placed on calendar
2023-02-21HouseReported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 12 2 0
2023-02-21HouseCommittee Hearing 09:00
2023-02-20HouseRereferred to Human Services
2023-02-17HouseAmendment adopted, placed on calendar
2023-02-16HouseReported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 11 3 0
2023-02-15HouseCommittee Hearing 04:30
2023-01-24HouseCommittee Hearing 09:45
2023-01-18HouseIntroduced, first reading, (emergency), Human Services Committee

North Dakota State Sources

Roll Callhttps://www.ndlegis.gov/assembly/68-2023/regular/journals/hr-dailyjnl-35.pdf#Page1068
Roll Callhttps://www.ndlegis.gov/assembly/68-2023/regular/journals/sr-dailyjnl-57.pdf#Page1308
Roll Callhttps://www.ndlegis.gov/assembly/68-2023/regular/journals/hr-dailyjnl-71.pdf#Page2307
Roll Callhttps://www.ndlegis.gov/assembly/68-2023/regular/journals/sr-dailyjnl-73.pdf#Page2121

Bill Comments