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House Bill 5711 (2004) rss

Philip J LaJoy - (primary)Tom Meyer, Fran Amos, Neal Nitz, John R Pastor, Daniel J Acciavatti, Chris Ward, Glenn D Steil Jr., Edward J Gaffney, John Moolenaar, Joe Hune, Jack Brandenburg, Matt Milosch, John Garfield, Lorence Wenke, Joanne Voorhees, Jacob W Hoogendyk Jr., John C Stewart, Leon Drolet, John Stahl, David Farhat, Tom Casperson, Shelley Taub
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Income tax: credit; Natural resources: forests; Agriculture: diseases; Agriculture: plants;

Income tax; credit; tax credit to homeowners who remove and replace certain infested trees; provide for. Amends 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.1 - 206.532) by adding sec. 269.

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The following bill formatting applies to the 2003-2004 session:
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- Language to be removed will be stricken.
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[House amended text].
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5709, HB5710, HB5711
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This document analyzes: HB5709, HB5710, HB5711

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
3/30/2004HJ 28 Pg. 587referred to Committee on Agriculture and Resource Management
5/25/2004HJ 46 Pg. 1073reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
5/25/2004HJ 46 Pg. 1073referred to second reading
5/25/2004HJ 46 Pg. 1073laid over one day under the rules
6/3/2004HJ 51 Pg. 1185substitute H-1 adopted
6/3/2004HJ 51 Pg. 1185placed on third reading
6/3/2004HJ 51 Pg. 1186placed on immediate passage
6/3/2004HJ 51 Pg. 1186passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 430 Yeas 75 Nays 31

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