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House Bill 4149 (2017) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2017-HB-4149


Sponsors
Jeremy Moss - (primary)Gary Howell, Sue Allor, Julie Alexander, Bronna Kahle, Joseph Bellino, Beth Griffin, Jeff Yaroch, Curtis VanderWall, Michele Hoitenga, Roger Hauck, Andy Schor, Pam Faris, Brian Elder, Darrin Camilleri, Lee Chatfield, Peter Lucido, Donna Lasinski, Brian Banks, Abdullah Hammoud, Henry Yanez, Terry Sabo, Christine Greig, Patrick Green, John Bizon, Steve Marino, Winnie Brinks, Jewell Jones, Erika Geiss, Tom Barrett, Robert Wittenberg, Frank Liberati, Laura Cox, Jim Tedder, David LaGrand, Wendell Byrd, Tom Cochran, Adam Zemke, Kevin Hertel, Stephanie Chang, Yousef Rabhi, Samir Singh, Martin Howrylak, Jon Hoadley, Pamela Hornberger, Gary Glenn, Jason Wentworth, Jim Ellison, Tim Sneller, James Lower, Brandt Iden, Vanessa Guerra, William Sowerby, Aaron Miller, Jason Sheppard, Lana Theis, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Holly Hughes, Larry Inman, Daire Rendon, Diana Farrington, Tim Greimel, Ben Frederick, Beau LaFave, John Chirkun, Cara Clemente, Kathy Crawford, Scott Dianda, Fred Durhal, Shane Hernandez, Klint Kesto, John Kivela, Kimberly LaSata, Dan Lauwers, Jim Lilly, David Maturen, Sheldon Neeley, Jeffrey Noble, Kristy Pagan, John Reilly, Jim Runestad, Bettie Cook Scott, Hank Vaupel, Rob VerHeulen, Michael Webber, Mary Whiteford
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Categories 
Civil rights: other; Civil rights: open meetings; Legislature: other; State agencies (existing): executive office;

Civil rights; other; governor's office; subject to freedom of information act and designate separate part of act. Amends secs. 1 & 2 of 1976 PA 442 (MCL 15.231 & 15.232) & designates pt. 1. TIE BAR WITH: HB 4150'17

Bill Documents
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Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary As Introduced (2/10/2017)
This document analyzes: HB4148, HB4149, HB4150, HB4151, HB4152, HB4153, HB4154, HB4155, HB4156, HB4157
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionAnalysis as Reported From Committee (3/14/2017)
This document analyzes: HB4148, HB4149, HB4150, HB4151, HB4152, HB4153, HB4154, HB4155, HB4156, HB4157


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/2/2017HJ 10 Pg. 102introduced by Representative Jeremy Moss
2/2/2017HJ 10 Pg. 102read a first time
2/2/2017HJ 10 Pg. 102referred to Committee on Michigan Competitveness
2/7/2017HJ 11 Pg. 114bill electronically reproduced 02/02/2017
3/14/2017HJ 26 Pg. 280reported with recommendation without amendment
3/14/2017HJ 26 Pg. 280referred to second reading
3/15/2017HJ 27 Pg. 289read a second time
3/15/2017HJ 27 Pg. 289placed on third reading
3/16/2017HJ 28 Pg. 301read a third time
3/16/2017HJ 28 Pg. 301passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 35 Yeas 108 Nays 0
3/16/2017HJ 28 Pg. 301transmitted
3/21/2017SJ 29 Pg. 336REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS

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