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Posted: 2/2/2006 7:47:13 PM EDT
I was looking throgh the legislative page today and was looking at the cutoff calender. it says that tomorrow 2/3 is the last day to read committee reports from the house of orgin. does that mean that after tomorrow they will only be dealing with bills that have already been introduced? I'm sorry to sound ignorant on this but I am hoping that this means there will be no more firearm related bills introduced after tomorrow. Thanks in advance
Eric
Link Posted: 2/2/2006 7:59:22 PM EDT
Tomorrow 2/3 is the first cut off day, bills that have not passed their original policy
committee are considered dead for the session (recall that “dead”
doesn’t always mean “dead” in the legislature). They need to be passed out of their committee after having been read in their house of origin and been referred to a commitee.


Tuesday, 14 February is the final day to consider bills in their house of origin (Senate or
House). Bills that have not passed out of their house of origin at that
point are considered dead for the session (same caveat about “dead”
applies).

Friday, 24 February is the policy committee cut-off day for
the second chamber (House Bills in the Senate, Senate Bills in the
House).

Friday, 3 March is the final day to consider all bills –
except those in a conference committee or any other extraordinary
consideration the legislature wants to extend.

There should be no more bills introduced this legislative session, neither should there be any action taken on any of the several antigun bills that were reintroduced this session, but nothing is 100% there are ways, extrordinary ways, to get around the calendar.
Link Posted: 2/2/2006 8:04:55 PM EDT
thanks Phil, I think that is good news . Ive just been waiting for another "assault" rifle ban or a magazine ban or something like that to pop up. Hopefully after tomorrow we won't have to worry about the mags anyway. Thanks again!

Eric
Link Posted: 2/2/2006 8:18:41 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/2/2006 8:34:20 PM EDT by Phil_in_Seattle]
HB 1627 Banning assault weapons was reintroduced and retained in present status on January 9th

SB 5475 Banning assault weapons was reintroduced and retained in present status on January 9th

You really are coming to the party quite late.

Firearm related bills for the 2005-2006 session

SSB 5041 Sentencing range

SB 5131 Insanity finding/firearms

SB 5167 Firearm suppressors

SB 5342 Safe storage of firearms

SB 5343 Gun show loophole

SB 5344 Capitol campus gun ban .

SB 5383 Juvenile hunting licenses

SB 5475 Assault weapon ban Kline

SB 5545 Military CPL renewal

SB 5593 .50 BMG rifle ban

SB 5635 Restoration of rights

SJM 8005 Manufacturer protection

SHB 1133 Public disclosure law

SHB 1213 Juvenile hunting licenses

HB 1473 Safe storage of firearms

HB 1489 Capitol campus gun ban

HB 1490 Park/rec area gun ban

HB 1627 Assault weapon ban Kagi

HB 1687 Insanity finding/firearms

HB 1804 CPL renewal notification

HB 1822 Lead shot hunting ban

HB 2211 Lead shot excise tax Kagi

HJM 4002 Manufacturer protection


SB 6139 Justifiable homicide

SB 6258 School/guns penalty increase

SB 6358 Hunter ed waiver for G.I.s

SB 6426 CPL reciprocity amendment

SB 6598 Restricting hunting on county lands

SB 6616 Restricting hunting near schools

HB 2622 CPL reciprocity amendment

HB 2824 Threats with a firearm/schools

HB 2861 Gun show “loophole”

HB 2930 Eliminates exceptions to guns/schools

HB 2958 Illegal use of non-toxic shot/penalty

HB 3092 CPL late fee waiver
Link Posted: 2/2/2006 8:30:50 PM EDT
Seems like they could find better things to do with their time doesnt it. I knew the list was long but sheesh! Do you know how many of those bills have passed out of committee?
Link Posted: 2/2/2006 8:41:09 PM EDT
(this list may not be complete or current)

HB 2622 passed out of the Judiciary committee and went to the rules commitee.

HB 1687 was enacated

HB 1133 was enacted

HB 2622 passed out of the Judiciary committee and went to the rules commitee.
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