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House Bill 4345 (2009) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2009-HB-4345


Sponsors
Lesia Liss - (primary)Vicki Barnett, Coleman Young, Mary Valentine, Rebekah Warren, Bert Johnson, Bob Constan, Gabe Leland, Vincent Gregory, Fred Miller, Rick Jones, Richard Ball, Jon Switalski, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Tim Melton, Rashida Tlaib, Robert Dean, Mark Meadows
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Categories 
Higher education: financial aid; Education: teachers; State agencies (existing): education;

Higher education; financial aid; notice to colleges of availability of teacher loan forgiveness program; require of department of education. Amends sec. 300 of 1965 PA 380 (MCL 16.400). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4344'09

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Bill Analysis


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/18/2009HJ 11 Pg. 170introduced by Representative Lesia Liss
2/18/2009HJ 11 Pg. 170read a first time
2/18/2009HJ 11 Pg. 170referred to Committee on Education
2/19/2009HJ 12 Pg. 176printed bill filed 02/19/2009

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