Status Summary

Passed out of the House on 1/24 and has been referred to Senate Human Services & Corrections. The bill has not yet been scheduled for a hearing. Note; this bill was passed by the House in 2017 but died in the Senate.
HB1790 passed by majority in the Senate Human Services and Corrections committee on 2/21.
Referred to Rules for second reading on 2/22.
Placed on second reading consent calendar on 2/26.
On 2/27, Rules suspended and placed on Third Reading. Third reading, passed; yeas, 48; nays, 0; absent, 0; excused, 1.
On 3/3, Speaker signed. On 3/6, President signed and delivered to Governor. He is scheduled to take action on the bill on 3/9.
(updated 3/8)

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Rep. Lovick

HB1790 creates an exception to the requirement that probation officers review dependency petitions when the Department of Social and Health Services files the dependency petition.