House Bill 1917: Religious Freedom Restoration Act

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Last Updated: April 27, 2011
House Bill 1917: Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Sponsors:
Representatives Kim Hammer and Debra Hobbs
Summary:

This bill would enact the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. It would restore the compelling state interest test to free exercise of religion claims by persons whose rights have been violated.

HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

3/04/2011     (House)     Filed
3/04/2011     (House)     Read the first time
3/04/2011     (House)     Rules suspended
3/04/2011     (House)     Referred to the Judiciary Committee
3/17/2011     (House)     Returned by the committee with the recommendation that it be passed as amended
3/18/2011     (House)     Placed on second reading for the purpose of amendment
3/18/2011     (House)     Amendment adopted
3/21/2011     (House)     Read the third time and passed 88-0-1
3/21/2011     (Senate)     Received from the House
3/21/2011     (Senate)     Read the first time
3/21/2011     (Senate)     Rules suspended
3/21/2011     (Senate)     Read the second time
3/21/2011     (Senate)     Referred to Judiciary Committee
4/27/2011     (Senate)     Died in committee at Sine Die adjournment

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