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Senate Bill 0712 (2007) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2007-SB-0712
Public Act 36 of 2008 (Effective: 3/17/2008) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Hansen Clarke - (primary)John Gleason, Gilda Jacobs, Samuel Thomas, Dennis Olshove, Michael Prusi, Mark Schauer, Deborah Cherry, Roger Kahn, Patricia Birkholz, John Pappageorge, Randy Richardville, Jim Barcia, Irma Clark-Coleman, Raymond Basham, Tupac Hunter, Michael Switalski, Martha Scott, Jason Allen, Glenn Anderson, Michael Bishop, Liz Brater, Cameron Brown, Nancy Cassis, Alan Cropsey, Valde Garcia, Thomas George, Judson Gilbert, Bill Hardiman, Mark Jansen, Ron Jelinek, Wayne Kuipers, Bruce Patterson, Tony Stamas, Gerald Van Woerkom, Gretchen Whitmer
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Categories 
Traffic control: driver license; Health: anatomical gifts; Law: uniform or model acts; State agencies (existing): state;

Traffic control; driver license; amendments regarding revised uniform anatomical gift act; provide for in vehicle code. Amends secs. 307 & 310 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.307 & 257.310). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4940'07

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary as Reported from House Committee (03-01-08)
This document analyzes: SB0712, SB0713, SB0714
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary as Passed by the Senate (02-27-08)
This document analyzes: SB0712

Senate Fiscal Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionCOMMITTEE SUMMARY (10-24-07)
This document analyzes: SB0710, SB0711, SB0712, SB0713, SB0714, SB0715
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionFLOOR ANALYSIS (12-3-07)
This document analyzes: SB0710, SB0711, SB0712, SB0713, SB0714, SB0715
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionANALYSIS AS ENACTED (2-12-09)
This document analyzes: SB0712, SB0713, SB0714, HB4940, HB4941, HB4945

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
9/4/2007SJ 81 Pg. 1268REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY
11/30/2007SJ 124 Pg. 2252REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
11/30/2007SJ 124 Pg. 2252COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
11/30/2007SJ 124 Pg. 2252REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
12/5/2007SJ 127 Pg. 2284REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
12/5/2007SJ 127 Pg. 2284PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
12/5/2007SJ 127 Pg. 2286RULES SUSPENDED
12/5/2007SJ 127 Pg. 2286PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
12/5/2007SJ 127 Pg. 2288PASSED ROLL CALL # 525 YEAS 38 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
12/5/2007HJ 129 Pg. 2392received on 12/05/2007
12/5/2007HJ 129 Pg. 2393read a first time
12/5/2007HJ 129 Pg. 2393referred to Committee on Health Policy
2/28/2008HJ 20 Pg. 366reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
2/28/2008HJ 20 Pg. 366referred to second reading
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394read a second time
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394substitute H-1 adopted
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394placed on third reading
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394placed on immediate passage
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394read a third time
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 133 Yeas 106 Nays 0
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394title amended
3/5/2008HJ 22 Pg. 394returned to Senate
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 375HOUSE AMENDED TITLE
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 375POSTPONED TEMPORARILY
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 386HOUSE SUBSTITUTE H-1 CONCURRED IN
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 386 ROLL CALL # 114 YEAS 38 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 386GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 386TITLE AMENDMENT AGREED TO
3/6/2008SJ 24 Pg. 386ORDERED ENROLLED
3/13/2008SJ 27 Pg. 443PRESENTED TO GOVERNOR 3/12/2008 @ 2:04 PM
3/18/2008SJ 28 Pg. 468APPROVED BY GOVERNOR 3/13/2008 @ 6:15 PM
3/18/2008SJ 28 Pg. 468FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE 3/17/2008 @ 1:02 PM
3/18/2008SJ 28 Pg. 468ASSIGNED PA 0036'08 WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

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