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Scott Dianda (district 110)
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Michigan Attorney General; Michigan State Police; former Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville; Senate Business Office; Capitol View Building;

A resolution to request that the Michigan Attorney General and Michigan State Police investigate the possible waste, fraud, and abuse of power by former Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville and the Senate Business Office regarding the lease of the Capitol View Building.

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Bill Analysis

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Date JournalAction
9/22/2016HJ 68 Pg. 1913introduced by Representative Scott Dianda
9/22/2016HJ 68 Pg. 1913postponed for the day
11/30/2016HJ 73 Pg. 2077referred to Committee on Government Operations

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