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Measure Title: RELATING TO SMALL BOAT HARBORS.
Report Title: Board of Land and Natural Resources; Rulemaking Authority; Small Boat Harbors; Fueling
Description: Prohibits the Chairperson of BLNR from adopting any rule with respect to a small boat harbor where a marine fueling station has been established that requires the exclusive fueling of vessels from that station only.
Companion:  SB1097
Package: None
Current Referral: WTL, CPH
Introducer(s): LOWEN

Sort by Date Status Text
1/18/2017HPending introduction.
1/19/2017HPass First Reading
1/23/2017HReferred to WAL, referral sheet 1
2/24/2017HBill scheduled to be heard by WAL on Wednesday, 03-01-17 11:00AM in House conference room 325.
3/1/2017HThe committees on WAL recommend that the measure be PASSED, UNAMENDED. The votes were as follows: 6 Ayes: Representative(s) Yamane, Cullen, C. Lee, Lowen, Fukumoto; Ayes with reservations: Representative(s) Kong; 1 Noes: Representative(s) Say; and 2 Excused: Representative(s) Evans, Ichiyama.
3/2/2017HReported from WAL (Stand. Com. Rep. No. 831), recommending passage on Second Reading and placement on the calendar for Third Reading.
3/2/2017HPassed Second Reading; placed on the calendar for Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; none voting no (0) and Representative(s) Ichiyama excused (1).
3/3/2017HPassed Third Reading with none voting aye with reservations; Representative(s) Say voting no (1) and Representative(s) Ichiyama, McDermott excused (2). Transmitted to Senate.
3/7/2017SReceived from House (Hse. Com. No. 77).
3/7/2017SPassed First Reading.
3/9/2017SReferred to WTL, CPH.
11/30/2017DCarried over to 2018 Regular Session.

S = Senate | H = House | D = Data Systems | $ = Appropriation measure | ConAm = Constitutional Amendment

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HB54






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