Bill Summary

SB 1158 Relating to Regulation of Commerce, Trade, and Labor (2017 Session)
Regulation of Commerce, Trade, and Labor; Reserving to the state the exclusive right to regulate matters of commerce, trade, and labor under certain circumstances; prohibiting counties, municipalities, and special districts from engaging in specified actions that regulate commerce, trade, or labor, unless otherwise expressly authorized to do so by special or general law; providing that an ordinance, rule, or regulation that violates a specified provision is null and void, etc. Effective Date: Upon becoming a law
02/23/17
SENATE
Filed
03/06/17
SENATE
Referred to Commerce and Tourism; Community Affairs; Appropriations; Rules
05/05/17
SENATE
Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
05/08/17
SENATE
Died in Commerce and Tourism
S 1158
Filed on 02/23/17
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