HB 405 – Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency; establish state-wide system to facilitate the transport and distribution of essentials in commerce during a state of emergency; require

Description

A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Part 1 of Article 3 of Chapter 3 of Title 38 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the emergency powers of the Governor, so as to require the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency to establish a state-wide system to facilitate the transport and distribution of essentials in commerce during a state of emergency declared by the Governor; to provide for a definition; to provide for the certification of organizations and business entities that would be engaged in such transportation and such distribution; to provide for privileges for employees and agents of such organizations and business entities; to provide for related matters; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other purposes.

Sponsors

Name District Url
Bill Hitchens (R) District 161 Related Bills and Articles
Eddie Lumsden (R) District 12 Related Bills and Articles
Terry Rogers (R) District 10 Related Bills and Articles
Alan Powell (R) District 32 Related Bills and Articles
Kevin Tanner (R) District 9 Related Bills and Articles
Brian Strickland (R) District 111 Related Bills and Articles

Actions

Chamber Date
House of Representatives 02-16-17 House Hopper
House of Representatives 02-17-17 House First Readers
House of Representatives 02-21-17 House Second Readers
House of Representatives 02-21-17 House Committee Favorably Reported By Substitute
House of Representatives 02-27-17 House Third Readers
House of Representatives 02-27-17 House Passed/Adopted By Substitute
Senate 02-28-17 Senate Read and Referred
Senate 03-09-17 Senate Committee Favorably Reported
Senate 03-10-17 Senate Read Second Time
Senate 03-28-17 Senate Tabled
Senate 03-30-17 Senate Taken from Table
Senate 03-30-17 Senate Passed/Adopted
House of Representatives 04-05-17 House Sent to Governor
House of Representatives 05-09-17 House Date Signed by Governor
Senate 05-09-17 Act 261
Other 07-01-17 Effective Date