HB 2080

Treaty rights activist amnesty bill passes senate, now onto governor

March 6th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) was passed out of the senate last night. The next stop is the governor.

Treaty rights activist amnesty bill passed onto rules

March 3rd, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) was passed out of the Senate Committee on Law and Justice and onto rules. Rules is the last committee before going to the senate floor.

You can read an up to date staff report here.

Treaty rights activists bill heard in Senate hearing

February 25th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

After passing the house, HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) was heard in the the Senate Committee on Law and Justice. You can watch the hearing here or in the window below.

The most recent staff report is here.

Treaty rights activists amnesty bill scheduled for hearing in Senate committee

February 18th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) has been scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Committee on Law and Justice on February 21 at 8 a.m. The hearing will be held in Senate Hearing Room 2
in the Cherberg Building.

Treaty rights activist amnesty bill passes house

February 14th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) passed out of the house yesterday on a 92 to 6 vote. You can read the most up to date bill analysis here.

You can watch the floor debate here or in the window below:

Treaty rights activists bill referred to rules

January 24th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

After being passed out of the House Committee on Community Development and Housing and Tribal Affairs, HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) has now been referred to the Rules committee. Once passed out of rules, it can be considered by the full house.

Fish-in bill passed out of committee

January 21st, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

The House Committee on Community Development and Housing and Tribal Affairs passed HB 2080 (Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities) out of committee. The bill was amended when it was passed. You can read about the amendment in the bill summary here.

You can watch the public hearing on the bill here. The vote on the bill in committee is available here.

Bill “Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities” hearing held tomorrow, January 14

January 13th, 2014  |  Published in HB 2080

HB 2080 “Vacating convictions for certain tribal fishing activities” will be the topic of a public hearing tomorrow (Tuesday), January 13 at 1:30 p.m. The hearing in the house committee on Community Development and Housing & Tribal Affairs will be in House Hearing Rm E in the O’Brien Building.