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H.591

An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Rep. Thomas Burditt, Rep. Barbara Rachelson
House Committee on Judiciary
1/7/2020 - Read First Time and Referred to the Committee on Judiciary
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House Committee on Judiciary
Last Recorded Action
House 1/7/2020 - Read First Time and Referred to the Committee on Judiciary
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An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Detailed Status

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Calendar Location Full Status
An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Roll Call History

Regular Session 2019-2020
Body Date Journal Location Full Status

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An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Committee Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Committee(s):
House Committee on Judiciary
2:15 PM

H.591 - An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Michael Smith, Director of Operations, Department of Motor Vehicles
Wanda Minoli, Commissioner, Department of Motor Vehicles

Committee Documents

An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Witnesses Who Testified

Regular Session 2019-2020
House Committee on Judiciary
  • Wanda Minoli, Commissioner, Department of Motor Vehicles
  • Michael Smith, Director of Operations, Department of Motor Vehicles

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No fiscal documents found for H.591 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
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An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Committee of Conference Meetings

Regular Session 2019-2020
Meeting Date Committee
An act relating to restricting the release of personal information by State agencies and departments, including the Department of Motor Vehicles, and municipalities

Committee of Conference Meeting Full List

Regular Session 2019-2020
No committee of conference meeting history found for H.591 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.
No committee of conference report found for H.591 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.

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Act

No act information found for H.591 in the Regular Session 2019-2020.

Staff & Other Information

Staff
Anthea Dexter-Cooper, Legislative Counsel

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