CS/SB 1492: Government-sponsored Recreation Programs
GENERAL BILL by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs ; Book
Government-sponsored Recreation Programs; Revising the definition of the term “child care facility” to exclude government-sponsored recreation programs; defining the term “government-sponsored recreation program”; providing an exemption for government-sponsored recreation programs from specified child care facility requirements, etc.
Last Action: 4/10/2019 Senate - CS by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs read 1st time -SJ 345
Bill Text: Web Page | PDF
• Referred to Children, Families, and Elder Affairs; Governmental Oversight and Accountability; Rules -SJ 200
• Introduced -SJ 199
• On Committee agenda-- Children, Families, and Elder Affairs, 03/25/19, 4:00 pm, 301 Senate Building --Temporarily Postponed
• On Committee agenda-- Children, Families, and Elder Affairs, 04/08/19, 4:00 pm, 301 Senate Building
• CS by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs; YEAS 6 NAYS 0 -SJ 331
• Pending reference review under Rule 4.7(2) - (Committee Substitute)
• Now in Governmental Oversight and Accountability
• CS by Children, Families, and Elder Affairs read 1st time -SJ 345
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