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House Bill 5343 (2012) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2012-HB-5343

Eileen Kowall - (primary)Sharon Tyler, Peter MacGregor, Bob Genetski, Ray Franz, Amanda Price, Dale W. Zorn, Thomas Hooker, Ken Yonker, Joe Haveman, Kurt Heise, Tom McMillin, Mike Callton, Kenneth Kurtz, Philip Potvin, Al Pscholka, Kenneth Horn, Pat Somerville, Pete Lund, Andrea LaFontaine, Cindy Denby, Rick Olson, Ken Goike, Rick Outman, Joel Johnson, Paul Muxlow, Brad Jacobsen, Gail Haines, Bill Rogers, Jon Bumstead, Kurt Damrow, Richard LeBlanc, George Darany, Charles Brunner, Marty Knollenberg, Hugh D. Crawford, Earl Poleski, Margaret O'Brien, Chuck Moss, Matt Huuki, Greg MacMaster, Ben Glardon, Lesia Liss, Roy Schmidt, Paul Opsommer, Kevin Daley, Judson Gilbert, Peter Pettalia, Matt Lori, Lisa Lyons
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Crimes: other; Health: abortion;

Crimes; other; pain-capable unborn child protection act; enact. Amends 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.1 - 750.568) by adding sec. 324.

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Bill Analysis

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Date JournalAction
2/2/2012HJ 10 Pg. 122introduced by Representative Eileen Kowall
2/2/2012HJ 10 Pg. 122read a first time
2/2/2012HJ 10 Pg. 122referred to Committee on Health Policy
2/7/2012HJ 11 Pg. 139printed bill filed 02/03/2012

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