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House Bill 5158 (2013) rss


Sponsors
Kurt Heise - (primary)Eileen Kowall, Dian Slavens, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Joe Haveman, Rashida Tlaib, Harold L. Haugh, Dale W. Zorn, Sarah Roberts, Ray Franz, Phil Cavanagh, Joseph Graves, Andrew J. Kandrevas, John Kivela, Terry L. Brown, Margaret E. O'Brien, Collene Lamonte, Robert L. Kosowski, Tom Hooker, Theresa Abed, Vicki Barnett, Winnie Brinks, Charles M. Brunner, Paul Clemente, Tom Cochran, Kevin Cotter, Hugh D. Crawford, Kevin Daley, George T. Darany, Cindy Denby, Scott Dianda, Gretchen Driskell, Fred Durhal, Jr., Pam Faris, Jeff Farrington, Anthony G. Forlini, Douglas A. Geiss, Ken Goike, Tim Greimel, Gail Haines, Rudy Hobbs, Martin Howrylak, Jeff Irwin, Nancy Jenkins, Klint Kesto, David Knezek, Kenneth Kurtz, Dan Lauwers, Bill LaVoy, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Matt Lori, Pete Lund, Lisa Posthumus Lyons, Peter MacGregor, Greg MacMaster, Sean McCann, Michael D. McCready, Paul Muxlow, Stacy Erwin Oakes, Rick Outman, Dave Pagel, Phil Phelps, Earl Poleski, Phil Potvin, Al Pscholka, Bruce R. Rendon, Rose Mary C. Robinson, Harvey Santana, Wayne A. Schmidt, Andy Schor, Kate Segal, Mike Shirkey, Sam Singh, Charles Smiley, Pat Somerville, Thomas F. Stallworth III, Woodrow Stanley, Alberta Tinsley Talabi, Jim Townsend, Rob VerHeulen, Roger Victory, John J. Walsh, Ken Yonker, Adam Zemke

Categories  Law enforcement, other; State, other; Crime victims, other

Law enforcement; other; human trafficking commission; create. Creates new act.

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5158
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
11/14/2013HJ 100 Pg. 1879introduced by Representative Kurt Heise
11/14/2013HJ 100 Pg. 1879read a first time
11/14/2013HJ 100 Pg. 1879referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
12/3/2013HJ 101 Pg. 1889printed bill filed 11/15/2013
12/4/2013HJ 102 Pg. 1909reported with recommendation without amendment
12/4/2013HJ 102 Pg. 1909referred to second reading
1/15/2014HJ 4 Pg. 19read a second time
1/15/2014HJ 4 Pg. 19substitute H-1 adopted
1/15/2014HJ 4 Pg. 19placed on third reading
1/22/2014HJ 7 Pg. 46read a third time
1/22/2014HJ 7 Pg. 46passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 5 Yeas 109 Nays 1
1/22/2014HJ 7 Pg. 46transmitted
1/23/2014SJ 7 Pg. 52REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON FAMILIES, SENIORS AND HUMAN SERVICES