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House Bill 4039 (1995) rss


Sponsors
Beverly Hammerstrom  - (primary)John Llewellyn , Jessie Dalman , Penny Crissman , Kim Rhead , James Ryan , Timothy Walberg , Frank Fitzgerald , James McNutt , Willis Bullard Jr., Eric Bush , Allen Lowe , Sandra Hill
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Categories 
Crimes: weapons; Probate: family law; Weapons: dangerous; Courts: probate court; Children: delinquency;

Crimes; weapons; automatic waiver for juvenile offenders using dangerous weapons in certain crimes; provide for. Amends secs. 2, 2a & 18d, ch. XIIA of Act 288 of 1939 (MCL 712A.2 et seq.). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4040'95 HB 4041'95 HB 4042'95 HB 4043'95

A SUBSET of documents (including the bill as introduced, public acts and analyses/summaries) are available for the 1995-1996 session

Bill Documents
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Documents
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Bill Analysis


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
1/11/1995HJ 1 Pg. 45referred to Committee on Judiciary and Civil Rights

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