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House Bill 5221 (2011) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2011-HB-5221

Dave Agema - (primary)Ray Franz, Margaret O'Brien, Pat Somerville, Kurt Heise, Ben Glardon, Paul Opsommer, Kevin Cotter, Rick Olson, Greg MacMaster, Hugh D. Crawford, Sharon Tyler, Amanda Price, Peter MacGregor, Bruce Rendon, Nancy Jenkins, Frank Foster, Gail Haines, Brad Jacobsen, Kurt Damrow, Ed McBroom, Ken Yonker, Thomas Hooker, Kenneth Kurtz, Joe Haveman, Jon Bumstead, Eileen Kowall, Tom McMillin, Matt Huuki, Cindy Denby, Andrea LaFontaine
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Elections: registration; Elections: voters; Elections: qualified voter file;

Elections; registration; proof of United States citizenship when registering to vote; require. Amends sec. 509q of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.509q) & adds sec. 496a.

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Bill Analysis

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Date JournalAction
12/13/2011HJ 100 Pg. 2851introduced by Representative Dave Agema
12/13/2011HJ 100 Pg. 2851read a first time
12/13/2011HJ 100 Pg. 2851referred to Committee on Redistricting and Elections
12/14/2011HJ 101 Pg. 2915printed bill filed 12/14/2011

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