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House Bill 4196 (2017) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2017-HB-4196


Sponsors
John Chirkun - (primary)Donna Lasinski, Patrick Green, Henry Yanez, Pam Faris, Brian Elder, Peter Lucido, Martin Howrylak, Tom Cochran, William Sowerby, Scott Dianda, Andy Schor, Kristy Pagan, Kevin Hertel, Tim Sneller, Jon Hoadley, Frank Liberati, Erika Geiss, Jeff Yaroch, Jeremy Moss, Jim Ellison
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Categories 
Fireworks: use; Fireworks: sale; Explosives: fireworks;

Fireworks; use; ignition, discharge, and use of fireworks; allow local units of government to restrict on certain days and allow certain local units of government to enact ordinance governing sale of consumer fireworks from tents. Amends secs. 2 & 7 of 2011 PA 256 (MCL 28.452 & 28.457).

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History
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Date JournalAction
2/14/2017HJ 14 Pg. 132introduced by Representative John Chirkun
2/14/2017HJ 14 Pg. 132read a first time
2/14/2017HJ 14 Pg. 132referred to Committee on Regulatory Reform
2/15/2017HJ 15 Pg. 144bill electronically reproduced 02/14/2017

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