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House Bill 5191 (2009) rss


Sponsors
Jimmy Womack - (primary)Mark Meadows, Pam Byrnes, Lesia Liss, Dan Scripps, Sarah Roberts, Jennifer Haase, Deb Kennedy, Dian Slavens, Harold Haugh, Andrew Kandrevas, Bob Constan, Fred Durhal, Gino Polidori, Terry Brown, Gabe Leland, Mary Valentine, Kate Segal, Dudley Spade, Fred Miller, Douglas Geiss, Roy Schmidt, Joan Bauer, Rashida Tlaib, Lee Gonzales, Robert Dean, Kate Ebli, Vincent Gregory, Robert Jones, Marie Donigan, Jeff Mayes, Joel Sheltrown, Gary McDowell, Andy Neumann, Michael Lahti, Lisa Brown, Shanelle Jackson, Vicki Barnett, Barb Byrum, Larry DeShazor, John Espinoza, Bert Johnson, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Matt Lori, Tory Rocca, Jim Slezak

Categories  Health facilities, nursing homes; Health facilities, patient safety; State agencies (existing), community health

Health facilities; nursing homes; reporting requirements for abuse or neglect in nursing homes; modify. Amends sec. 21771 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.21771).

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
7/14/2009HJ 62 Pg. 1292introduced by Representative Jimmy Womack
7/14/2009HJ 62 Pg. 1292read a first time
7/14/2009HJ 62 Pg. 1292referred to Committee on Senior Health, Security, and Retirement
7/15/2009HJ 63 Pg. 1305printed bill filed 07/15/2009
10/14/2009HJ 88 Pg. 2107reported with recommendation without amendment(s)
10/14/2009HJ 88 Pg. 2107referred to second reading
11/4/2009HJ 97 Pg. 2224read a second time
11/4/2009HJ 97 Pg. 2224placed on third reading
11/4/2009HJ 97 Pg. 2224placed on immediate passage
11/4/2009HJ 97 Pg. 2224read a third time
11/4/2009HJ 97 Pg. 2224passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 525 Yeas 96 Nays 8
11/4/2009HJ 97 Pg. 2224transmitted
11/5/2009SJ 94 Pg. 2154REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON FAMILIES AND HUMAN SERVICES