2023 Capitol Tracker

The lawmakers, bills and votes of the 68th Montana Legislature

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Last update: 10:28 PM May 10, 2024
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HB 137: Generally revise laws related to the board of behavioral health

Became Law
βœ… Proposed
Introduced
Dec 14
βœ… 1st Cmte.
Advanced
Mar 17
βœ… House
Passed House
Mar 28
βœ… Senate
Passed Senate
Apr 20
βœ… Reconcil.
Reconciled
May 1
βœ… Gov.
Signed
May 22

Sponsor: | Requestor: Department of Labor and Industry
πŸ“ƒ Bill text
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πŸ› Legal note
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πŸ– Proposed amendments
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Legislative actions

How bills move through the Legislature
Showing major bill actions only.
DateAction
Dec 14
Introduced
Dec 21
Referred to Committee
Jan 2
First Reading
Jan 6
Hearing
Jan 12
Tabled in Committee
❌ 19-0
Mar 16
Mar 17
Taken from Table in Committee
Mar 17
Committee Executive Action--Bill Passed as Amended
βœ… 18-1
R12-1
D6-0
Mar 27
2nd Reading Passed
βœ… 99-1
R67-1
D32-0
Mar 28
3rd Reading Passed
βœ… 99-1
R67-1
D32-0
Mar 29
Transmitted to Senate
Mar 29
Referred to Committee
Mar 29
First Reading
Apr 5
Apr 17
Committee Executive Action--Bill Concurred as Amended
βœ… 10-0
R7-0
D3-0
Apr 19
2nd Reading Concurred
βœ… 49-0
R33-0
D16-0
Apr 20
3rd Reading Concurred
βœ… 49-0
R33-0
D16-0
Apr 21
Returned to House with Amendments
Apr 28
2nd Reading Senate Amendments Concurred
βœ… 100-0
R68-0
D32-0
May 1
3rd Reading Passed as Amended by Senate
βœ… 93-0
R63-0
D30-0
May 12
Transmitted to Governor
May 22
Signed by Governor
May 22
Chapter Number Assigned
Showing major bill actions only.
This table may omit bill actions recorded since this guide's last update. See the bill page in LAWS for an official reference.

About the 2023 Montana Free Press Capitol Tracker

This guide is an effort to make the quantifiable aspects of the Montana Legislature more accessible to the public by compiling information about lawmakers, proposed bills and the legislative process. This is a project of Montana Free Press, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit newsroom that aims to provide Montanans with in-depth, nonpartisan news coverage.

The information presented here is collected from a variety of sources including the Montana Legislature’s public roster and its official bill-tracking system, the Legislative Automated Workflow System, or LAWS. Reporting and web design was done primarily by MTFP Deputy Editor Eric Dietrich. Please contact him at edietrich@montanafreepress.org with bug reports, questions or suggestions.

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