2017 HB 371 No False Statements to Environment Dept.
HB 371 would have prohibited making false statements to the Environment Department by holders of liquid waste permits, operators of liquid waste systems and operators of water supply systems. It would have provided for criminal penalties for violations. It would have helped ensure safe drinking water systems and wastewater systems that would not pollute. HB 371 was amended in committee to take out wastewater systems and only apply to drinking water systems.
HB 371 died in the House Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Committee.
How Legislators Voted on HB 371
- = Pro Conservation Vote
- = Anti Conservation Vote
- A = Absent
- E = Excused
- R = Recused
- W = Abstain
|Ezzell, Candy Spence (R)||R||58||Representative||2017|
|Fajardo, Kelly K. (R)||R||7||Representative||2017|
|Ferrary, Joanne J. (D)||D||37||Representative||2017|
|Gallegos, David M. (R)||R||61||Representative||2017|
|McCamley, Bill (D)||D||33||Representative||2017|
|McQueen, Matthew (D)||D||50||Representative||2017|
|Montoya, Rod (R)||R||1||Representative||2017|
|Nibert, Greg (R)||R||59||Representative||2017|
|Rubio, Angelica (D)||D||35||Representative||2017|
|Sariñana, Debra M. (D)||D||21||Representative||2017|
|Scott, Larry R. (R)||R||62||Representative||2017|
|Small, Nathan P. (D)||D||36||Representative||2017|
|Strickler, James R.J. (R)||R||2||Representative||2017|