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Matt Maddock (district 44)
Steven Johnson, Joseph Bellino, Michele Hoitenga, Jack O'Malley, Daire Rendon, Luke Meerman, Brad Paquette, Matt Hall, Ryan Berman, Phil Green, Gregory Markkanen, Beau LaFave, Pamela Hornberger, Jason Sheppard, Sue Allor, Gary Eisen, John Chirkun, Aaron Miller, Douglas Wozniak, Steve Marino, John Reilly, James Lower, Rodney Wakeman, Ann Bollin

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Weapons: firearms; Weapons: licensing;

Weapons; firearms; destruction of records; require under certain circumstances. Amends secs. 1, 2, 2b, 6, 12 & 14a of 1927 PA 372 (MCL 28.421 et seq.); adds sec. 2c & repeals sec. 2a of 1927 PA 372 (MCL 28.422a).

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Date JournalAction
1/9/2020HJ 2 Pg. 24introduced by Representative Matt Maddock
1/9/2020HJ 2 Pg. 24read a first time
1/9/2020HJ 2 Pg. 24referred to Committee on Judiciary
1/14/2020Expected in
HJ 3
bill electronically reproduced 01/14/2020

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