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House Bill 5057 (2005) rss
Public Act 272 of 2005 (Effective: 12/19/2005) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Tim Moore - (primary)Robert Gosselin, John Garfield, Jim Plakas, Richard Ball, Darwin Booher, John Moolenaar, Philip LaJoy, LaMar Lemmons III

Categories  Highways, name

Highways; name; certain portion of US-10; designate as "Clare County Veterans Memorial Highway". Amends 2001 PA 142 (MCL 250.1001 - 250.2080) by adding sec. 91.

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
7/13/2005HJ 64 Pg. 1187introduced by Representative Tim Moore
7/13/2005HJ 64 Pg. 1187read a first time
7/13/2005HJ 64 Pg. 1187referred to Committee on Transportation
7/20/2005HJ 65 Pg. 1191printed bill filed 07/14/2005
8/31/2005HJ 71 Pg. 1226reported with recommendation without amendment(s)
8/31/2005HJ 71 Pg. 1226referred to second reading
9/7/2005HJ 73 Pg. 1302read a second time
9/7/2005HJ 73 Pg. 1302placed on third reading
9/8/2005HJ 74 Pg. 1331read a third time
9/8/2005HJ 74 Pg. 1331passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 389 Yeas 106 Nays 0
9/8/2005HJ 74 Pg. 1331transmitted
9/13/2005SJ 78 Pg. 1291REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION
12/1/2005SJ 107 Pg. 2330REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
12/1/2005SJ 107 Pg. 2330REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
12/6/2005SJ 108 Pg. 2343REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
12/6/2005SJ 108 Pg. 2343PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
12/7/2005SJ 109 Pg. 2385PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 669 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
12/7/2005SJ 109 Pg. 2385INSERTED FULL TITLE
12/7/2005HJ 106 Pg. 2450returned from Senate without amendment with immediate effect and full title
12/7/2005HJ 106 Pg. 2450full title agreed to
12/7/2005HJ 106 Pg. 2450bill ordered enrolled
12/13/2005HJ 108 Pg. 2573presented to the Governor 12/13/2005 @ 1:56 PM
12/29/2005HJ 110 Pg. 2605approved by the Governor 12/18/2005 @ 7:49 AM
12/29/2005HJ 110 Pg. 2605filed with Secretary of State 12/19/2005 @ 11:56 AM
12/29/2005HJ 110 Pg. 2605assigned PA 272'05 with immediate effect

  
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