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House Bill 5095 (2015) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HB-5095


Sponsors
LaTanya Garrett (district 7)
Stephanie Chang, Julie Plawecki, Sheldon Neeley, David Rutledge, Charles Brunner, Pam Faris, Wendell Byrd, John Chirkun, Frank Liberati, Winnie Brinks, Tom Cochran, Rose Mary Robinson, Kristy Pagan, Al Pscholka, Brian Banks, Erika Geiss, George Darany, Sarah Roberts, Henry Yanez, Jeff Irwin, Jon Hoadley, Robert Wittenberg, Vanessa Guerra, Christine Greig, Mike Callton, Phil Phelps, Leslie Love, Harvey Santana, Peter Lucido, Jeremy Moss, Jim Tedder, Adam Zemke

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Categories 
Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines;

Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for tampering with utility shutoff to residence; amend to reflect decriminalization of certain acts. Amends secs. 16o & 16s, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.16o & 777.16s). TIE BAR WITH: HB 5096'15

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History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
12/1/2015HJ 95 Pg. 2060introduced by Representative LaTanya Garrett
12/1/2015HJ 95 Pg. 2060read a first time
12/1/2015HJ 95 Pg. 2060referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
12/2/2015HJ 96 Pg. 2072printed bill filed 12/02/2015

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