HB 1724 was referred for engrossment. GENERAL ORDER
was referred for engrossment.
by Rice of the House and Helton of the Senate was read and considered.
Rice moved to amend
by striking the title
, which amendment was declared adopted.
Representative Rice moved to amend
, Page 3, Section 1, Line 8 by deleting the language "twenty-four (24) hours" and by inserting in lieu thereof the language "one (1) business day", which amendment was declared adopted.
Rice moved that
be advanced from General Order
, which motion was declared adopted.
request of Representative Rice
was considered engrossed and placed on Third Reading and Final Passage.
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