Montana - SB339 - 2017

Establishing the coal-fired generating unit remediation act

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Added On: 04-02-2017
Updated On: 05-03-2017
Status: Enacted
Primary Sponsor: Duane Ankney (Republican)





Actions (53)

  • 02-09-2017 - (C) Draft Request Received
  • 02-16-2017 - (C) Draft in Edit
  • 02-16-2017 - (C) Draft in Legal Review
  • 02-16-2017 - (C) Draft to Requester for Review
  • 02-23-2017 - (C) Draft in Input/Proofing
  • 02-23-2017 - (C) Draft to Drafter - Edit Review [KWK]
  • 02-23-2017 - (C) Draft to Drafter - Edit Review [KWK]
  • 02-24-2017 - (C) Bill Draft Text Available Electronically
  • 02-24-2017 - (C) Draft in Final Drafter Review
  • 02-27-2017 - (C) Draft Ready for Delivery
  • 02-27-2017 - (C) Executive Director Final Review
  • 02-27-2017 - (C) Draft in Assembly
  • 02-27-2017 - (C) Executive Director Review
  • 02-27-2017 - (C) Bill Draft Text Available Electronically
  • 02-27-2017 - (C) Draft in Final Drafter Review
  • 03-09-2017 - (C) Introduced Bill Text Available Electronically
  • 03-09-2017 - (S) Fiscal Note Requested
  • 03-09-2017 - (S) Introduced
  • 03-09-2017 - (C) Draft Delivered to Requester
  • 03-10-2017 - (S) Referred to Committee (S) Energy and Telecommunications
  • 03-10-2017 - (S) First Reading
  • 03-13-2017 - (S) Rereferred to Committee (S) Natural Resources
  • 03-16-2017 - (S) Fiscal Note Printed
  • 03-16-2017 - (S) Fiscal Note Signed
  • 03-16-2017 - (S) Fiscal Note Received
  • 03-22-2017 - (S) Hearing (S) Natural Resources
  • 03-24-2017 - (S) Committee Executive Action--Bill Passed (S) Natural Resources
  • 03-25-2017 - (S) Committee Report--Bill Passed (S) Natural Resources
  • 03-28-2017 - (S) 2nd Reading Passed
  • 03-28-2017 - (S) Scheduled for 2nd Reading
  • 03-29-2017 - (S) Transmitted to House
  • 03-29-2017 - (S) 3rd Reading Passed
  • 03-29-2017 - (S) Scheduled for 3rd Reading
  • 03-31-2017 - (H) First Reading
  • 03-31-2017 - (H) Referred to Committee (H) Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations
  • 04-03-2017 - (H) Hearing Canceled (H) Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations
  • 04-10-2017 - (H) Committee Executive Action--Bill Concurred (H) Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations
  • 04-10-2017 - (H) Hearing (H) Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations
  • 04-11-2017 - (H) Committee Report--Bill Concurred (H) Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations
  • 04-21-2017 - (H) 2nd Reading Concurred
  • 04-21-2017 - (H) 2nd Reading Motion to Amend Failed
  • 04-21-2017 - (H) Scheduled for 2nd Reading
  • 04-22-2017 - (H) Scheduled for 3rd Reading
  • 04-22-2017 - (H) 3rd Reading Concurred
  • 04-22-2017 - (H) Returned to Senate
  • 04-24-2017 - (S) Sent to Enrolling
  • 04-25-2017 - (C) Printed - Enrolled Version Available
  • 04-25-2017 - (S) Returned from Enrolling
  • 04-26-2017 - (S) Signed by President
  • 04-27-2017 - (H) Signed by Speaker
  • 05-01-2017 - (S) Transmitted to Governor
  • 05-04-2017 - (S) Signed by Governor
  • 05-05-2017 - Chapter Number Assigned

Votes (6)

DateMotion (click for details)ChamberCommitteeYes
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No
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Passed
03-24-2017(S) Natural Resources Committee Executive Action--Bill PassedSenate1200yes
03-28-2017(S) 2nd Reading PassedSenate5000yes
03-29-2017(S) 3rd Reading PassedSenate5000yes
04-10-2017(H) Energy, Technology, and Federal Relations Committee Executive Action--Bill ConcurredHouse1600yes
04-21-2017(H) 2nd Reading ConcurredHouse10000yes
04-22-2017(H) 3rd Reading ConcurredHouse9730yes

News (2)

Lawmakers introduce major bills to address Colstrip impacts - KXLH.com | Helena, Montana - KXLH Helena News
Published by kxlh.com
Sat, 11 Mar 2017 17:18:25 GMT

“It's time that Montana took control, instead of letting out-of-state companies control our future,” said Ankney. ... Ankney is sponsoring both SB 338 and SB 339, a bill that would establish a process for the operators to submit an environmental ...

Montana lawmakers consider bill on addressing impacts of Colstri - KXLH.com | Helena, Montana - KXLH Helena News
Published by kxlh.com
Fri, 17 Mar 2017 17:50:00 GMT

Ankney argued that the fate of Colstrip had been largely determined by policy decisions outside Montana, and that SB 338 was a way for the state to have a say in what comes next. “Montana has one chance, one last chance, to get it right,” said Ankney ...