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House Bill 5338 (2012) rss
Public Act 180 of 2012 (Effective: 6/19/2012) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Ed McBroom - (primary)Sharon Tyler, Gail Haines, Matt Huuki, Ken Goike, Holly Hughes, Brad Jacobsen, Matt Lori, Steven Lindberg, Barb Byrum, Dave Agema, Jim Ananich, Vicki Barnett, Joan Bauer, Timothy Bledsoe, Lisa Brown, Charles Brunner, Jon Bumstead, Mike Callton, Phil Cavanagh, Paul Clemente, Bob Constan, Kevin Cotter, Hugh D. Crawford, Kevin Daley, Kurt Damrow, George Darany, Cindy Denby, Brandon Dillon, Fred Durhal, Jr., Jeff Farrington, Anthony Forlini, Frank Foster, Ray Franz, Bob Genetski, Judson Gilbert, Ben Glardon, Joseph Graves, Tim Greimel, Harold L. Haugh, Joe Haveman, Kurt Heise, Thomas Hooker, Kenneth Horn, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Lisa Howze, Shanelle Jackson, Nancy Jenkins, Joel Johnson, Marty Knollenberg, Eileen Kowall, Kenneth Kurtz, Andrea LaFontaine, Richard LeBlanc, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Lesia Liss, Pete Lund, Peter MacGregor, Greg MacMaster, Sean McCann, Mark Meadows, Paul Muxlow, David Nathan, Stacy Erwin Oakes, Rick Olson, John Olumba, Paul Opsommer, Mark Ouimet, Rick Outman, Peter Pettalia, Earl Poleski, Philip Potvin, Amanda Price, Al Pscholka, Bruce Rendon, Bill Rogers, Harvey Santana, Roy Schmidt, Wayne A. Schmidt, Kate Segal, Deb Shaughnessy, Mike Shirkey, Dian Slavens, Charles Smiley, Thomas Stallworth, Jim Stamas, Maureen Stapleton, Alberta Tinsley Talabi, John Walsh, Ken Yonker, Dale W. Zorn

Categories  Controlled substances, schedules; Health, pharmaceuticals; State agencies (existing), community health

Controlled substances; schedules; certain procedures for scheduling controlled substances; revise, and provide criteria for determining whether a substance constitutes an imitation controlled substance. Amends secs. 2251 & 7341 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.2251 & 333.7341). TIE BAR WITH: HB 5714'12, SB 0789'11

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5338, SB0789

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: SB0789, HB5338, HB5714

History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/1/2012HJ 9 Pg. 112introduced by Representative Ed McBroom
2/1/2012HJ 9 Pg. 112read a first time
2/1/2012HJ 9 Pg. 112referred to Committee on Judiciary
2/2/2012HJ 10 Pg. 119printed bill filed 02/02/2012
3/15/2012HJ 28 Pg. 413reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
3/15/2012HJ 28 Pg. 413referred to second reading
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470read a second time
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470substitute H-1 not adopted
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470substitute H-2 adopted
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470placed on third reading
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470read a third time
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470passed Roll Call # 347 Yeas 110 Nays 0
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470title amended
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470given immediate effect
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470 Roll Call # 348 Yeas 109 Nays 0
5/31/2012HJ 55 Pg. 1470transmitted
6/5/2012SJ 55 Pg. 1618REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1690DISCHARGE COMMITTEE APPROVED
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1690PLACED ON ORDER OF GENERAL ORDERS
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1699REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1699PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1701RULES SUSPENDED
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1701PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1705PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 483 YEAS 38 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
6/12/2012SJ 58 Pg. 1705INSERTED FULL TITLE
6/12/2012HJ 60 Pg. 1806returned from Senate without amendment with immediate effect and full title
6/12/2012HJ 60 Pg. 1806full title agreed to
6/12/2012HJ 60 Pg. 1806bill ordered enrolled
7/18/2012HJ 63 Pg. 1932presented to the Governor 6/19/2012 @ 10:44 AM
7/18/2012HJ 63 Pg. 1943approved by the Governor 6/19/2012 @ 3:56 PM
7/18/2012HJ 63 Pg. 1943filed with Secretary of State 6/19/2012 @ 4:10 PM
7/18/2012HJ 63 Pg. 1943assigned PA 180'12 with immediate effect