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House Bill 4022 (2015) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HB-4022
Public Act 285 of 2016 (Effective: 12/26/2016) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Robert Kosowski - (primary)Brian Banks, Tom Barrett, Winnie Brinks, Charles Brunner, Wendell Byrd, John Chirkun, Paul Clemente, Laura Cox, George Darany, Scott Dianda, Fred Durhal III, LaTanya Garrett, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Ben Glardon, Gary Glenn, Ken Goike, Joseph Graves, Tim Greimel, Vanessa Guerra, Kurt Heise, Jon Hoadley, Thomas Hooker, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Martin Howrylak, Holly Hughes, Jeff Irwin, Klint Kesto, John Kivela, Marilyn Lane, Dan Lauwers, Bill LaVoy, Eric Leutheuser, Leslie Love, Peter Lucido, Aaron Miller, Jeremy Moss, Rick Outman, Kristy Pagan, Julie Plawecki, Earl Poleski, Phil Potvin, Bruce Rendon, Sarah Roberts, Rose Mary Robinson, Jim Runestad, Harvey Santana, Jason Sheppard, Sam Singh, Pat Somerville, Alberta Tinsley-Talabi, Jim Tedder, Roger Victory, Michael Webber, Robert Wittenberg, Henry Yanez, Ken Yonker, Adam Zemke
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Categories 
Children: foster care; Children: children's rights; Consumer protection: identity theft; Consumer credit: credit reports and reporting agencies; State agencies (existing): human services; State agencies (existing): attorney general;

Children; foster care; foster child identification theft protection act; create. Creates new act.

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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4022

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
1/15/2015HJ 2 Pg. 32introduced by Representative Robert Kosowski
1/15/2015HJ 2 Pg. 32read a first time
1/15/2015HJ 2 Pg. 32referred to Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors
1/20/2015HJ 3 Pg. 36printed bill filed 01/16/2015
10/14/2015HJ 83 Pg. 1806reported with recommendation with substitute H-2
10/14/2015HJ 83 Pg. 1806referred to second reading
10/22/2015HJ 87 Pg. 1892read a second time
10/22/2015HJ 87 Pg. 1892substitute H-2 adopted
10/22/2015HJ 87 Pg. 1892placed on third reading
10/28/2015HJ 89 Pg. 1915read a third time
10/28/2015HJ 89 Pg. 1915passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 392 Yeas 105 Nays 0
10/28/2015HJ 89 Pg. 1915transmitted
10/29/2015SJ 99 Pg. 1755REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON FAMILIES, SENIORS AND HUMAN SERVICES
5/24/2016SJ 51 Pg. 823REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
5/24/2016SJ 51 Pg. 823COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
5/24/2016SJ 51 Pg. 823REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
9/7/2016SJ 62 Pg. 1510REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
9/7/2016SJ 62 Pg. 1510PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
9/8/2016SJ 63 Pg. 1534PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 502 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
9/8/2016HJ 62 Pg. 1788returned from Senate without amendment with immediate effect
9/8/2016HJ 62 Pg. 1788bill ordered enrolled
9/22/2016HJ 68 Pg. 1936presented to the Governor 9/21/2016 @ 3:24 PM
10/19/2016HJ 69 Pg. 1953approved by the Governor 9/27/2016 @ 10:30 AM
10/19/2016HJ 69 Pg. 1953filed with Secretary of State 9/27/2016 @ 1:54 PM
10/19/2016HJ 69 Pg. 1953assigned PA 285'16 with immediate effect

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