HB 1496

Tribal hunting bills killed

January 24th, 2014  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members.) were both added to the House Rules X file. While it is not a hard and fast rule, a bill being added to the Rules X file usually means it is not being considered for passage.

Hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members passes out of committee

April 3rd, 2013  |  Published in HB 1496

HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) passed out of the Senate committee on Natural Resources and Parks. The bill was amended from its previous version. The first amendment is here, the second here.

You can view the executive session on the bill here and an earlier public hearing in the committee here.

Tribal hunting bill introduced to senate committee, new analysis added

March 8th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1496

HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) was introduced to the senate committee on Natural Resources & Parks.

A legislative analysis on the bill version that was passed out of the the house can be found here.

One hunting bill moves to the senate

March 7th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1496

HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) passed out of the house yesterday on a 70 to 27 vote. The final house bill was amended before it passed.

You can find the amendment here and the bill the senate will take up here.

Hunting bills passed on to Rules committee

February 20th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

Both HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) were passed to the Rules committee. The Rules committee is the last stop before the bills are considered by the full house.

Both bills also  received  a new legislative analysis based on their amendments in their original committee:

1495 House Bill Report

1496 House Bill Report

Hunting bills pass out of committee

February 15th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

Both HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) passed out of committee yesterday. Both bills also  received  amendments from their original versions.

Here is the amendment sheet for HB 1495. Here is the amendment sheet for HB 1496.

HB 1495 legislative  analysis

HB 1496 legislative  analysis

Hunting bills hearing

February 13th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

The hearing for both HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) can be viewed below or at this link.

HB 1495 legislative  analysis

HB 1496 legislative  analysis

Tribal hunting bills executive session set, new analysis

February 12th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

Both HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) will be part of an executive session in the House Committee on Community Development and Housing & Tribal Affairs. The hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 14 at 1:30 a.m. in House Hearing Room E in the John L. O’Brien Building.

HB 1495 legislative  analysis

HB 1496 legislative  analysis

Tribal hunting bills scheduled for hearing

February 7th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

Both HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) have been scheduled for a hearing in the House Committee on Community Development and Housing & Tribal Affairs. The hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 12 at 10 a.m. in House Hearing Room E in the John L. O’Brien Building.

Two tribal hunting bills introduced

January 29th, 2013  |  Published in HB 1495, HB 1496

HB 1495 (Concerning access of tribal members to state land) and HB 1496 (Concerning hunting-related enforcement actions involving tribal members) have been introduced. Both bills were read into the house committee on Community Development, Housing & Tribal Affairs.