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House Bill 5421 (2005) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2005-HB-5421 Public Act 169 of 2006 (Effective: 8/28/2006) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Phil Pavlov - (primary)John Pastor, Rick Shaffer, John Stahl, Rick Jones, Glenn Steil, Edward Gaffney, Rick Baxter, Judy Emmons, Jim Plakas, Glenn S Anderson, John Stewart, Leon Drolet, Paula Zelenko, Jerry O Kooiman, Tom Meyer, Scott Hummel, Gary Newell, Barb Vander Veen, Carl M Williams, Stephen Adamini, Rich Brown, Barbara Farrah, Philip LaJoy, Jack Brandenburg, Steve Bieda, Lisa Wojno, Daniel Acciavatti, Brenda Clack, Paul Condino, Shelley Taub, Frank Accavitti, Fran Amos, John Stakoe, John Garfield, Joe Hune, John Gleason, David Robertson, Jacob Hoogendyk, Mike Nofs, Lorence Wenke, Chris Ward, Dianne Byrum, Michael Sak, Neal Nitz, Bill Huizenga, David Farhat, John Moolenaar, David Palsrok, Matthew Gillard, Tom Casperson, Andy Dillon, Kathy Angerer, Richard Ball, Darwin Booher, Pam Byrnes, Bill Caul, Ed Clemente, Kevin Elsenheimer, John Espinoza, Lee Gonzales, Robert Gosselin, Kevin Green, Goeff Hansen, Dave Hildenbrand, Roger Kahn, David Law, Gabe Leland, LaMar Lemmons, Jr., Jim Marleau, Jeff Mayes, Gary McDowell, Tim Moore, Leslie Mortimer, Brian Palmer, Tom Pearce, Gino Polidori, John M. Proos, Tory Rocca, Tonya Schuitmaker, Joel Sheltrown, Dudley Spade
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Categories 
Criminal procedure: sentencing; Crimes: criminal sexual conduct; Crimes: penalties; Crimes: crimes against minors;

Criminal procedure; sentencing; mandatory minimum sentences and lifetime electronic monitoring; require for certain first degree criminal sexual conduct crimes. Amends sec. 520b of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.520b). TIE BAR WITH: HB 5422'05, HB 5531'05, HB 5532'05, SB 0709'05, SB 0717'05, SB 0718'05, SB 1122'06

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary as Introduced (03-13-06)
This document analyzes: HB5421, HB5422

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5421, HB5422, HB5531, HB5532
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This document analyzes: SB0709, SB0717, SB0718, SB1122, HB5421, HB5422, HB5531, HB5532

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
NOTE: a page number of 1 indicates that the page number is soon to come.
Date JournalAction
11/10/2005HJ 99 Pg. 2237introduced by Representative Phil Pavlov
11/10/2005HJ 99 Pg. 2237read a first time
11/10/2005HJ 99 Pg. 2237referred to Committee on Judiciary
11/15/2005HJ 100 Pg. 2241printed bill filed 11/14/2005
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 479reported with recommendation with substitute H-2
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 479referred to second reading
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485read a second time
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485substitute H-2 adopted and amended
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485placed on third reading
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485placed on immediate passage
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485read a third time
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 172 Yeas 103 Nays 3
3/14/2006HJ 26 Pg. 485transmitted
3/15/2006SJ 26 Pg. 448REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 950REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 950REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 925REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 925SUBSTITUTE S-1 CONCURRED IN
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 925PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 932RULES SUSPENDED
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 932PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 939PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 342 YEAS 36 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 2 NOT VOTING 0
5/10/2006SJ 44 Pg. 939INSERTED FULL TITLE
5/10/2006HJ 45 Pg. 1089returned from Senate with substitute S-1 with immediate effect and full title
5/10/2006HJ 45 Pg. 1089laid over one day under the rules
5/17/2006HJ 48 Pg. 1150Senate substitute S-1 concurred in
5/17/2006HJ 48 Pg. 1150 Roll Call # 481 Yeas 106 Nays 0
5/17/2006HJ 48 Pg. 1150full title agreed to
5/17/2006HJ 48 Pg. 1150bill ordered enrolled
5/23/2006HJ 50 Pg. 1228presented to the Governor 5/19/2006 @ 1:19 PM
5/31/2006HJ 54 Pg. 1440approved by the Governor 5/29/2006 @ 4:08 PM
5/31/2006HJ 54 Pg. 1440filed with Secretary of State 5/30/2006 @ 10:23 AM
5/31/2006HJ 54 Pg. 1440assigned PA 169'06 with immediate effect


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