CS/HR 157: Public Health Risk Created by Pornography
RESOLUTION by Health and Human Services Committee ; Spano ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Burgess ; Cortes, B. ; Fant ; Killebrew ; Moraitis ; Ponder ; Rodrigues ; Stone ; Sullivan ; White ; Yarborough
Public Health Risk Created by Pornography; Recognizes public health risk created by pornography & acknowledges need for education, prevention, research, & policy change to protect citizens of this state.
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• Referred to Health and Human Services Committee; Rules and Policy Committee -HJ 22
• Introduced -HJ 22
• On Committee agenda-- Health and Human Services Committee, 01/18/18, 8:00 am, Morris Hall
• CS by Health and Human Services Committee; YEAS 18 NAYS 1 -HJ 372
• Pending review of CS under Rule 7.18(c)
• CS by Health and Human Services Committee read 1st time -HJ 367
• Original reference(s) removed: Rules and Policy Committee
• CS referred to Commerce Committee -HJ 439
• Now in Commerce Committee -HJ 439
• On Committee agenda-- Commerce Committee, 02/13/18, 3:00 pm, Webster Hall
• Favorable by- Commerce Committee; YEAS 25 NAYS 1 -HJ 595
• Placed on Calendar -HJ 595
• Placed on Special Order Calendar, 02/20/18
• Read 2nd time -HJ 619
• CS adopted -HJ 619
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