HB 5501: Surcharges Paid for Criminal Offenses and Noncriminal Moving Traffic Violations
GENERAL BILL by State Administration and Technology Appropriations Subcommittee ; Stevenson
Surcharges Paid for Criminal Offenses and Noncriminal Moving Traffic Violations; Revises expiration date of provisions governing surcharges remitted to DOR for specified criminal offenses & noncriminal moving traffic violations to fund state agency law enforcement radio system & provide technical assistance with statewide systems of regional law enforcement communications.
Last Action: 4/8/2021 House - Laid on Table; companion bill(s) passed, see SB 2510 (Ch. 2021-3), SB 2500 (Ch. 2021-36)
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• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Referred to Appropriations Committee
• Now in Appropriations Committee
• Added to Appropriations Committee agenda
• Favorable by Appropriations Committee
• Reported out of Appropriations Committee
• Bill released to House Calendar
• Added to Second Reading Calendar
• Bill added to Special Order Calendar (4/7/2021)
• Read 2nd time
• Placed on 3rd reading
• Added to Third Reading Calendar
• Substituted SB 2510
• Laid on Table; companion bill(s) passed, see SB 2510 (Ch. 2021-3), SB 2500 (Ch. 2021-36)
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