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2006 Budget Session

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[document]   Bills prepared for Introduction: House Bills  /  Senate Files
[document]   Bill Titles:  A Brief description of the content of the bill.  House Bills  /  Senate Files

Fiscal Note:
Disclaimer -
Fiscal notes are prepared for all bills and resolutions that LSO staff determines have a significant fiscal impact at the state level. Fiscal notes provide an estimate of the financial impact of legislation to the state. The fiscal note relates only to the introduced version of the bill. No changes are made to the fiscal notes in response to amendments made to the bill or other subsequent events that may affect the accuracy of the fiscal note at the time it was prepared.

House Bills  /  Senate Files
[document]   Final Action Sheet  (Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
[document]   Status of Bills  (Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
[document]   Bills by Sponsor Name  (Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
[document]   Bills by Subject Index   (Adobe Acrobat PDF format)
[document]   Abbreviations.


[document]   Adopted Amendment Report
[document] Engrossed Bills:  Following passage by the first house, the bill is engrossed (rewritten) to incorporate all amendments adopted in the first house.  House Bills   /  Senate Files
[document] Enrolled Acts:  After the passage by both  houses the bill is again revised to incorporate all amendments adopted by both bodies.  The revised text is referred to as the Enrolled Act which is then presented to the governor for action. House Bills   /  Senate Files
[document] Chaptered Bills: Bills that become law are published as chapters of the Session Laws for that year. House Bills   /  Senate Files
[document] Bill Journal Digest:  Record of all action taken on the bill. House Bills   /  Senate Files
[document] Bill Summaries House Bills  / Senate Files

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