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House Bill 2725; Regular Session 1993-1994

[History]

Printer's No.(PN):
Short Title:
An Act amending the act of June 19, 1931 (P.L.589, No.202), referred to as the Barbers' License Law, further providing for suspension or revocation of a license, for supervision of shops and for requirement to hold a license.
Actions:
Referred to PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE, April 18, 1994
Reported as amended, May 24, 1994
First consideration, May 24, 1994
Laid on the table, May 24, 1994
Removed from table, June 6, 1994
Second consideration, June 6, 1994
Third consideration and final passage, June 20, 1994 (197-1)
In the Senate
Referred to CONSUMER PROTECTION AND PROFESSIONAL LICENSURE, June 22, 1994
Reported as committed, Nov. 16, 1994
First consideration, Nov. 16, 1994
Second consideration, Nov. 21, 1994
Third consideration and final passage, Nov. 22, 1994 (50-0)
Signed in House, Nov. 22, 1994
Signed in Senate, Nov. 22, 1994
In hands of the Governor, Nov. 23, 1994
Last day for action, Dec. 30, 1994
Approved by the Governor, Dec. 7, 1994
Act No. 123
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