HM 791: Organ Harvesting Practices of the People's Republic of China
MEMORIAL by Fischer ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Borrero ; Eskamani ; Fernandez-Barquin ; Gottlieb ; Killebrew ; Rizo ; Sabatini
Organ Harvesting Practices of the People's Republic of China; Urges President & Congress of United States to condemn People's Republic of China for its practice of forcibly removing human organs for transplant & to pass & adopt certain punitive legislation & measures against China for such violation of human rights.
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• Referred to Health & Human Services Committee
• Referred to Judiciary Committee
• Now in Health & Human Services Committee
• 1st Reading (Original Filed Version)
• Added to Health & Human Services Committee agenda
• Favorable by Health & Human Services Committee
• Reported out of Health & Human Services Committee
• Now in Judiciary Committee
• Added to Judiciary Committee agenda
• Favorable by Judiciary Committee
• Reported out of Judiciary Committee
• Bill released to House Calendar
• Added to Second Reading Calendar
• Bill added to Special Order Calendar (2/22/2022)
• Read 2nd time
• In Messages
• Referred to Rules -SJ 462
• Received -SJ 462
• Withdrawn from Rules -SJ 514
• Placed on Calendar, on 2nd reading
• Substituted for SM 1108 -SJ 514
• Read 2nd time -SJ 514
• Adopted -SJ 514
• In Messages
• Ordered enrolled
• Signed by Officers and filed with Secretary of State
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