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House Bill 4959 (2015) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HB-4959


Sponsors
Kurt Heise (district 0)
Harvey Santana, Stephanie Chang, Robert Kosowski, Michael Webber, Wendell Byrd, Rose Mary Robinson, Erika Geiss, Brian Banks, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Christine Greig, Henry Yanez, George Darany, Anthony Forlini, Peter Lucido, Martin Howrylak, Bill LaVoy, Fred Durhal III, David Rutledge, Jeff Irwin, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Julie Plawecki, Jeremy Moss, Leslie Love, Mike Callton, Adam Zemke

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Categories 
Corrections: alternatives; Juveniles: criminal procedure;

Corrections; alternatives; restrict placement of youth under 18 during confinement, trial, or transport; prohibit placement with adults during confinement, trial, or transport. Amends sec. 139 of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.139). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4957'15, HB 4958'15

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary As Introduced (11/25/2015)
This document analyzes: HB4957, HB4958, HB4959
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This document analyzes: HB4957, HB4958, HB4959

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4957, HB4958, HB4959

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
10/7/2015HJ 80 Pg. 1779introduced by Representative Kurt Heise
10/7/2015HJ 80 Pg. 1779read a first time
10/7/2015HJ 80 Pg. 1779referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
10/8/2015HJ 81 Pg. 1789printed bill filed 10/08/2015
2/16/2016HJ 15 Pg. 199reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
2/16/2016HJ 15 Pg. 199referred to second reading
4/26/2016HJ 38 Pg. 615read a second time
4/26/2016HJ 38 Pg. 615substitute H-1 adopted and amended
4/26/2016HJ 38 Pg. 615placed on third reading
4/27/2016HJ 39 Pg. 642read a third time
4/27/2016HJ 39 Pg. 642passed Roll Call # 195 Yeas 92 Nays 16
4/27/2016HJ 39 Pg. 642transmitted
4/28/2016SJ 41 Pg. 627REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY

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