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House Bill 5162 (2015) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HB-5162


Sponsors
Martin Howrylak (district 41)
Triston Cole, Tim Kelly, Gary Glenn, Dan Lauwers, Jeff Irwin, Jim Runestad, Rose Mary Robinson, Ed McBroom, Ray Franz, Peter Lucido, Thomas Hooker, Roger Victory, Aaron Miller, Lee Chatfield, Joel Johnson, Pat Somerville, Kristy Pagan, Paul Clemente, Scott Dianda, Ken Goike, Stephanie Chang

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Categories 
Civil rights: privacy; Criminal procedure: search and seizure; Records: other;

Civil rights; privacy; state assistance of federal government data collection; restrict. Creates new act.

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Bill Analysis


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
12/15/2015HJ 101 Pg. 2185introduced by Representative Martin Howrylak
12/15/2015HJ 101 Pg. 2185read a first time
12/15/2015HJ 101 Pg. 2185referred to Committee on Oversight and Ethics
12/16/2015HJ 102 Pg. 2215printed bill filed 12/16/2015

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