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House Bill 4518 (2003) rss
Public Act 233 of 2003 (Effective: 12/22/2003) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Paul Gieleghem - (primary)Dianne Byrum, Steve Bieda, Rich Brown, Alexander C Lipsey, Matthew Gillard, Jennifer Elkins, John J Gleason, Andy Meisner, Kathleen Law, Hoon-Yung Hopgood, Michael C Murphy, Lisa Wojno, Marsha Cheeks, Daniel S Paletko, Frank Accavitti Jr., Steve Tobocman, Virgil Smith, Paula Zelenko, Julie Dennis, Aldo Vagnozzi, Bill McConico, Michael G Sak, Barbara A Farrah, Joe Hune, Carl M Williams, Dave Woodward, Triette L Reeves, David Palsrok, Ruth Johnson, John Pappageorge, Doug Hart, Lauren M Hager, Rick Shaffer, Barb Vander Veen, Joanne Voorhees, Jerry O Kooiman, William J O'Neil, Tupac A Hunter, Gretchen Whitmer, Glenn S Anderson, Joseph L Rivet, Paul Condino, Mary Waters, Sal Rocca, Ruth Ann Jamnick, Jim A Plakas, Chris Kolb, Jacob W Hoogendyk Jr., Fulton Sheen, Lorence Wenke, Mike Nofs, Clarence E Phillips, Stephen F Adamini, Dale Sheltrown, Ken Daniels, Gary Woronchak, John C Stewart, Marc Shulman, Jack D Minore, Gene DeRossett, Randy Richardville, Doug Spade, Charles LaSata, Mary Ann Middaugh, Stephen R Ehardt, Tom Meyer, Larry Julian, Gary Newell, Mike Pumford, Scott Shackleton, Brian Palmer, Edward J Gaffney, Jack Brandenburg, Daniel J Acciavatti, Shelley Taub, John P Stakoe, Chris Ward, Judy Emmons, Glenn D Steil Jr., William Van Regenmorter, Neal Nitz, David Farhat, John Moolenaar, Tom Casperson
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Categories 
Health facilities: emergency medical services; Occupations: emergency medical technicians; Health: pharmaceuticals;

Health facilities; emergency medical services; local medical control authority to establish protocols for emergency personnel possession and administration of epinephrine; require. Amends sec. 20919 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.20919).

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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4518
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Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
4/2/2003HJ 27 Pg. 343referred to Committee on Health Policy
6/4/2003HJ 47 Pg. 724reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
6/4/2003HJ 47 Pg. 724referred to second reading
6/12/2003HJ 51 Pg. 790substitute H-1 adopted
6/12/2003HJ 51 Pg. 790placed on third reading
6/12/2003HJ 51 Pg. 790placed on immediate passage
6/12/2003HJ 51 Pg. 790passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 204 Yeas 107 Nays 0
6/12/2003HJ 51 Pg. 790title amended
6/17/2003SJ 59 Pg. 866REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY
11/4/2003SJ 93 Pg. 1985REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH AMENDMENT(S)
11/5/2003SJ 94 Pg. 1996REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH AMENDMENT(S)
11/5/2003SJ 94 Pg. 1996AMENDMENT(S) CONCURRED IN
11/5/2003SJ 94 Pg. 1996PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH AMENDMENT(S)
11/6/2003SJ 95 Pg. 2007PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 528 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
11/6/2003SJ 95 Pg. 2007INSERTED FULL TITLE
12/10/2003HJ 92 Pg. 2357Senate amendment(s) concurred in Roll Call # 724 Yeas 106 Nays 0
12/10/2003HJ 92 Pg. 2357full title agreed to
12/10/2003HJ 92 Pg. 2357bill ordered enrolled
12/16/2003HJ 94 Pg. 2383presented to the Governor 12/16/2003 @ 10:21 AM
12/30/2003HJ 97 Pg. 2559approved by the Governor 12/22/2003 @ 1:51 PM
12/30/2003HJ 97 Pg. 2559filed with Secretary of State 12/22/2003 @ 3:35 PM
12/30/2003HJ 97 Pg. 2559assigned PA 233'03 with immediate effect

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