TX SB1169 | 2015-2016 | 84th Legislature


Spectrum: Bipartisan Bill
Status: Engrossed on May 12 2015 - 50% progression, died in committee
Action: 2015-05-14 - Referred to Public Education
Pending: House Public Education Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Engrossed) [HTML]


Relating to suicide prevention training for educators in public schools.

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Relating to suicide prevention training for educators in public schools.



2015-05-14HouseReferred to Public Education
2015-05-14HouseRead first time
2015-05-12HouseReceived from the Senate
2015-05-12SenateReported engrossed
2015-05-12SenateRecord vote
2015-05-12SenateRead 3rd time
2015-05-12SenateRecord vote
2015-05-12SenateThree day rule suspended
2015-05-12SenateVote recorded in Journal
2015-05-12SenateRead 2nd time & passed to engrossment
2015-05-12SenateVote recorded in Journal
2015-05-12SenateRules suspended-Regular order of business
2015-05-12SenatePlaced on intent calendar
2015-05-06SenateNot again placed on intent calendar
2015-05-04SenatePlaced on intent calendar
2015-05-04SenateCo-author authorized
2015-04-30SenateCommittee report printed and distributed
2015-04-30SenateReported favorably as substituted
2015-04-28SenateTestimony taken in committee
2015-04-28SenateConsidered in public hearing
2015-04-28SenateScheduled for public hearing on . . .
2015-03-17SenateReferred to Education
2015-03-17SenateRead first time
2015-03-10SenateReceived by the Secretary of the Senate


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