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House Concurrent Resolution 0033 (2011) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2011-HCR-0033


Sponsors
Bruce Rendon - (primary)Greg MacMaster, Matt Lori, Jon Bumstead, Bill Rogers, Cindy Denby, Ben Glardon, Judson Gilbert, Tom McMillin, Thomas Hooker, Frank Foster, Kenneth Horn, Philip Potvin, Joel Johnson, Rick Outman, Deb Shaughnessy, Matt Huuki, Kevin Daley, Kenneth Kurtz, Ed McBroom, Brad Jacobsen, Dale W. Zorn, Nancy Jenkins, Marty Knollenberg, Lisa Lyons, Jeff Farrington, Dave Agema, Hugh D. Crawford, Pat Somerville, Kevin Cotter, Rick Olson, Eileen Kowall, Joe Haveman, Ken Goike, Kurt Damrow, Holly Hughes, Paul Opsommer, Earl Poleski, Aric Nesbitt, Peter Pettalia, Al Pscholka, Mike Shirkey
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A concurrent resolution to memorialize the Wisconsin Department of Justice to recognize Michigan concealed pistol license holders as being legal to carry concealed weapons in the state of Wisconsin.

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History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
9/7/2011HJ 66 Pg. 2122introduced by Representative Bruce Rendon
9/7/2011HJ 66 Pg. 2122referred to Committee on Judiciary

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