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2015-2016 Regular Session - SB 148
Commerce and Trade; transfer powers and responsibilities of Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs to Attorney General's office
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First Reader Summary
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Title 10 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to commerce and trade, so as to transfer the powers and responsibilities of the Governor's Office of Consumer Affairs to the Attorney General's office; to amend Titles 2, 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 36, 43, and 46 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to agriculture, crimes and offenses, debtors and creditors, health, insurance, law enforcement officers and agencies, local government, professions and businesses, and public utilities and public transportation, respectively, so as to conform to such transfer, correct cross-references, and remove obsolete provisions; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Jul/01/2015 - Effective Date
May/06/2015 - Act 187
May/06/2015 - Senate Date Signed by Governor
Apr/08/2015 - Senate Sent to Governor
Mar/27/2015 - House Passed/Adopted
Mar/27/2015 - House Third Readers
Mar/25/2015 - House Committee Favorably Reported
Mar/18/2015 - House Second Readers
Mar/13/2015 - House First Readers
Mar/11/2015 - Senate Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Mar/11/2015 - Senate Third Read
Mar/09/2015 - Senate Read Second Time
Mar/05/2015 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Feb/23/2015 - Senate Read and Referred
Feb/20/2015 - Senate Hopper
03/27/2015 Modified Structured Rule
Mar/27/2015 - House Vote #324Yea(154)Nay(10)NV(5)
Mar/11/2015 - Senate Vote #116Yea(48)Nay(5)NV(1)
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