Bill Summary

HB 553 Relating to Intrastate Commerce (2012 Session)
Intrastate Commerce: Provides that certain goods grown, manufactured, or made in this state & services performed in this state are not subject to authority of U.S. Congress under its constitutional power to regulate commerce; prohibits any official, agent, or employee of Federal Government or of state from attempting to enforce federal laws, rules, or regulations in violation of act; provides for application. Effective Date: July 1, 2012
11/02/11
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Filed
11/15/11
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Referred to Federal Affairs Subcommittee; Civil Justice Subcommittee; State Affairs Committee
11/15/11
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Now in Federal Affairs Subcommittee
03/09/12
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Died in Federal Affairs Subcommittee
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