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House Bill 4517 (2019) rss?
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Sponsors
Greg VanWoerkom (district 91)
Beau LaFave, Hank Vaupel, Julie Calley, Ben Frederick, Gregory Markkanen, Steve Marino, Tommy Brann, Douglas Wozniak, Sue Allor, Larry Inman, Mark Huizenga, David LaGrand, Lori Stone, Jon Hoadley, Rebekah Warren, Gary Howell, Frank Liberati, Kevin Hertel, Tim Sneller, Brad Paquette, Joseph Bellino, Kathy Crawford, Mike Mueller, Rachel Hood, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Bronna Kahle, Yousef Rabhi, Daire Rendon, Pauline Wendzel, William Sowerby, Sheryl Kennedy, Sheldon Neeley, Jim Ellison, Mari Manoogian, Robert Wittenberg, Cynthia Johnson, Abdullah Hammoud, Alex Garza, John Cherry, Julie Brixie, Padma Kuppa, Jewell Jones, Wendell Byrd, Ronnie Peterson, Tyrone Carter, Isaac Robinson, Joseph Tate, Jeff Yaroch

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Categories 
Traffic control: parking; Civil rights: disabilities discrimination; Disabilities: other;

Traffic control; parking; signage for parking spaces designated for persons with disabilities; modify. Amends sec. 1 of 1956 PA 62 (MCL 257.951).

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4516, HB4517
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History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
4/25/2019HJ 39 Pg. 456introduced by Representative Greg VanWoerkom
4/25/2019HJ 39 Pg. 456read a first time
4/25/2019HJ 39 Pg. 456referred to Committee on Health Policy
4/30/2019HJ 40 Pg. 467bill electronically reproduced 04/25/2019
10/3/2019HJ 93 Pg. 1701referred to Committee on Ways and Means, with substitute (H-1)
10/3/2019HJ 93 Pg. 1701reported with recommendation with substitute (H-1)
10/3/2019HJ 93 Pg. 1701referred to second reading
10/10/2019HJ 95 Pg. 1736read a second time
10/10/2019HJ 95 Pg. 1736substitute (H-1) adopted
10/10/2019HJ 95 Pg. 1736placed on third reading
10/15/2019Expected in
HJ 96
read a third time
10/15/2019Expected in
HJ 96
passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 263 Yeas 108 Nays 0 Excused 0 Not Voting 2
10/15/2019Expected in
HJ 96
transmitted
10/17/2019Expected in
SJ 98
REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY AND HUMAN SERVICES

  
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