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H*3890 (Rat #0809, Act #0680 of 1988) General Bill, By T.W. Edwards, M.D. Burriss, W.N. Cork, H.H. Keyserling and L.L. Taylor
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    A Bill to provide that prior to authorization of the expenditure of any oil overcharge refund monies pursuant to certain provisions of law, the Joint Legislative Committee on Energy shall review and make a recommendation as to the approval and adoption of this State's energy policy, authorize the Governor's office to make decisions on the allocations of energy program funding pursuant to guidelines established by the Department of Energy, decisions of the federal courts, and the Joint Legislative Committee on Energy, require the Joint Legislative Committee on Energy, after consultation with the Governor's office, to review the projects approved by the Governor for funding, authorize the Committee to within a sixty day period remand to the Governor's office for reconsideration any of the approved projects with which the Committee is in disagreement, grant the Committee continuous energy program oversight regarding the actual expenditure and use of the oil overcharge funds, provide for certain evaluation of state entity funds from the general fund of the State which receives a financial gain as a result of energy efficiency improvements undertaken as a result of the State's energy programs, provide for the reporting of certain cost savings, provide for the deposit of these funds and their disbursement, and require the State Auditor to conduct an annual financial compliance audit.-amended title
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03/02/88House Introduced and read first time HJ-1647
03/02/88House Referred to Committee on Ways and Means HJ-1648
03/24/88House Committee report: Favorable Ways and Means HJ-2321
04/07/88House Read second time HJ-2566
04/12/88House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-2621
04/13/88Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-58
04/13/88Senate Referred to Committee on Labor, Commerce and Industry SJ-58
05/12/88Senate Committee report: Favorable Labor, Commerce and Industry SJ-15
05/17/88Senate Read second time SJ-15
05/17/88Senate Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day SJ-15
05/18/88Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-5
05/19/88Senate Recalled from Legislative Council SJ-5
05/19/88Senate Reconsidered SJ-5
05/19/88Senate Amended SJ-5
05/19/88Senate Read third time SJ-5
05/19/88Senate Returned SJ-5
05/26/88House Debate adjourned HJ-4147
05/30/88House Senate amendment amended HJ-4316
05/30/88House Returned HJ-4317
06/02/88Senate Non-concurrence in House amendment SJ-92
06/02/88House House insists upon amendment and conference committee appointed Reps. Edwards, Keyserling & Taylor HJ-4713
06/02/88Senate Conference committee appointed Sens. Peeler, Moore, Saleeby SJ-45
06/14/88Senate Conference appointment changed- Saleeby to Garrison SJ-1
06/20/88House Free conference powers granted HJ-4868
06/20/88House Free conference committee appointed Edwards, Keyserling & Taylor HJ-4870
06/20/88House Free conference report received HJ-4900
06/20/88House Free conference report adopted HJ-4903
06/20/88Senate Free conference powers granted SJ-24
06/20/88Senate Free conference committee appointed Sens. Moore, Garrison, Peeler SJ-24
06/20/88Senate Free conference report received SJ-24
06/20/88Senate Free conference report adopted SJ-24
06/20/88Senate Ordered enrolled for ratification SJ-86
06/21/88 Ratified R 809
07/25/88 Signed By Governor
07/25/88 Effective date 07/25/88
07/25/88 Act No. 680
08/09/88 Copies available

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