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CommitteeAppropriations
Clerk Phone NumberMatt Carnagie 517-373-2115
LocationRoom 352, House Appropriations, State Capitol Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 6/20/2017
Time9:00 AM
AgendaSB 260 (Sen. Hildenbrand) Higher education; education programs; authorization and distance education reciprocal exchange act; extend sunset.

SB 267 (Sen. Emmons) Law enforcement; other; student safety act; repeal sunset.

SB 394 (Sen. MacGregor) Human services; county services; sunset on certain administrative rate changes to foster care services; change and revise the amount of the administrative rate paid by the department.

Legislative Transfer Request 2017-6
ChairLaura Cox


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