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Bill History for Senate Study Bill 3038

A study bill for an act relating to artisan's liens and Iowa's consumer frauds Act and private right of action for consumer frauds Act and making penalties applicable. 01/12/10 Subcommittee: Jochum, Sodders, Kettering
In Judiciary
January 12, 2010 Recorded
January 13, 2010 Judiciary: Jochum Chair, Kettering, Sodders

All Related Bills to Selected Study Bill

Source Version To Version
LSB 5384DP House Study Bill 525
LSB 5384DP Senate Study Bill 3038
LSB 5384SV Senate File 2108
LSB 5384HV House File 2252

Bill History for Senate File 2108

By COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
A bill for an act relating to artisan's liens and Iowa's consumer frauds Act and making remedies applicable and including effective date provisions. (Formerly SSB 3038.) Effective 5-1-10.
January 26, 2010 Introduced, placed on calendar. S.J. 159.
January 26, 2010 Committee report, approving bill. S.J. 170.
February 02, 2010 Amendment S-5045 filed, adopted. S.J. 248.
February 02, 2010 Passed Senate, ayes 50, nays none. S.J. 248.
February 02, 2010 Immediate message. S.J. 252.
February 03, 2010 Message from Senate. H.J. 241.
February 03, 2010 Read first time, passed on file. H.J. 249.
February 09, 2010 Substituted for HF 2252. H.J. 301.
February 09, 2010 Passed House, ayes 100, nays none. H.J. 302.
February 09, 2010 Immediate message. H.J. 304.
February 10, 2010 Message from House. S.J. 322.
February 16, 2010 Reported correctly enrolled, signed by President and Speaker. S.J. 449.
February 16, 2010 Sent to Governor. S.J. 449.
February 17, 2010 Signed by Governor. S.J. 469.

Bill History for House File 2252

By COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE
A bill for an act relating to artisan's liens and Iowa's consumer frauds Act and making remedies applicable. (Formerly HSB 525)
February 03, 2010 Introduced, placed on calendar. H.J. 241.
February 03, 2010 Amendment H-8043 filed. H.J. 256.
February 09, 2010 Amendment H-8043 adopted. H.J. 301.
February 09, 2010 Substituted SF 2108. H.J. 301.
February 09, 2010 Withdrawn. H.J. 303.