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House Bill 5214 (2017) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2017-HB-5214

Christine Greig (district 37)
Jeremy Moss, Sheldon Neeley, Kevin Hertel, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Pam Faris, William Sowerby, Robert Wittenberg, Erika Geiss, Kristy Pagan, Brian Elder, Jim Ellison, Stephanie Chang, Terry Sabo, Jeff Yaroch, Donna Lasinski, Martin Howrylak, Cara Clemente, Yousef Rabhi, Leslie Love, Abdullah Hammoud, Adam Zemke

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Elections: petitions; Elections: initiative and referendum; Elections: recall; Elections: school; Elections: candidates; Elections: political parties; Constitutional amendments: state;

Meetings    Elections and Ethics 12/12/2018

Elections; petitions; process for counting duplicate petition signatures; provide for, and eliminate penalties. Amends secs. 482, 590h, 685, 957 & 958 of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.482 et seq.); adds secs. 482a & 547 & repeals sec. 547a of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.547a).

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Bill Analysis

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
11/1/2017HJ 85 Pg. 1894introduced by Representative Christine Greig
11/1/2017HJ 85 Pg. 1894read a first time
11/1/2017HJ 85 Pg. 1894referred to Committee on Elections and Ethics
11/2/2017HJ 86 Pg. 1918bill electronically reproduced 11/01/2017

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