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2009-2010 Regular Session - HB 568
Public Service Commission; members shall represent entire state; provisions
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First Reader Summary
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Article 1 of Chapter 2 of Title 46 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to organization and members of the Public Service Commission, so as to provide that members of the Public Service Commission shall represent the entire state and be elected state wide; to change the term and manner of the election of the chairperson of the commission; to provide for the election of other officers; to provide for the establishment of rules by the commission as to quorum, attendance, and other matters; to provide for an effective date; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.
Status History
Jan/11/2010 - Senate Recommitted
Jan/11/2010 - Senate Taken from Table
Apr/01/2009 - Senate Tabled
Mar/25/2009 - Senate Read Second Time
Mar/25/2009 - Senate Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Mar/12/2009 - Senate Read and Referred
Mar/12/2009 - House Passed/Adopted Reconsidered Bill/Resolution By Substitute
Mar/12/2009 - House Reconsidered
Mar/12/2009 - House Third Reading Lost
Mar/12/2009 - House Third Readers
Mar/09/2009 - House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
Mar/03/2009 - House Second Readers
Feb/26/2009 - House First Readers
Feb/25/2009 - House Hopper
4/1/2009 Tabled in Senate; 1/11/2010 Removed from Table in Senate
Mar/12/2009 - House Vote #237Yea(90)Nay(85)NV(4)
Mar/12/2009 - House Vote #236Yea(95)Nay(72)NV(12)
Mar/12/2009 - House Vote #235Yea(84)Nay(88)NV(7)
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