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ND HB1297


Correction or amendment of birth records.

AN ACT to create and enact a new section to chapter 23-02.1 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to correction or amendment of birth records.

Legislative Session


68th Legislative Assembly


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2023-04-2410:00HearingPioneerConference Committee (House Human Services)
2023-04-2118:30HearingPioneerConference Committee (House Human Services)
2023-03-2815:45Executive SessionFort LincolnSenate Human Services Executive Session
2023-03-2010:30HearingFort LincolnSenate Human Services Hearing
2023-02-1510:15Executive SessionPioneerHouse Human Services Executive Session
2023-01-2509:00HearingPioneerHouse Human Services Hearing


2023-05-18Filed with Secretary Of State 05/09
2023-05-18Signed by Governor 05/08
2023-04-28Sent to Governor
2023-04-28Signed by Speaker
2023-04-27Signed by President
2023-04-26Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 43 nays 4
2023-04-26Conference committee report adopted
2023-04-26Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar
2023-04-25Second reading, passed, yeas 79 nays 11
2023-04-25Conference committee report adopted
2023-04-24Reported back from conference committee, amend, placed on calendar
2023-04-21Conference committee appointed Lee Cleary Hogan
2023-04-20Conference committee appointed Fegley Kiefert Beltz
2023-04-20Refused to concur
2023-04-03Returned to House (12)
2023-04-03Second reading, passed as amended, yeas 41 nays 6
2023-04-03Amendment adopted, placed on calendar
2023-03-31Reported back amended, without recommendation 6 0 0
2023-03-28Committee Hearing 03:45
2023-03-20Committee Hearing 10:30
2023-02-21Introduced, first reading, referred to Human Services
2023-02-21Received from House
2023-02-17Second reading, passed, yeas 81 nays 11
2023-02-17Amendment adopted, placed on calendar
2023-02-16Reported back amended, do pass, amendment placed on calendar 11 3 0
2023-02-15Committee Hearing 10:15
2023-01-25Committee Hearing 09:00
2023-01-11Introduced, first reading, referred to Human Services