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House Bill 6183 (2010) rss

(Original Content Same As Senate Bill 1361)

Sponsors
Dan Scripps - (primary)Pam Byrnes, Douglas Geiss, Timothy Bledsoe, Terry Brown, Marie Donigan, Mary Valentine, Joan Bauer, Rebekah Warren, Robert Jones, Fred Miller, Vicki Barnett, Jon Switalski, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Sarah Roberts, Lesia Liss, Mark Meadows, Lisa Brown

Categories  Campaign finance, other; Campaign finance, contributions and expenditures

Campaign finance; other; independent expenditures by corporations; require certain reports and disclaimers. Amends 1976 PA 388 (MCL 169.201 - 169.282) by adding sec. 55a.

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionRevised Summary as Introduced (05-24-10)
This document analyzes: HB6182, HB6183, HB6184, HB6185, HB6186, HB6187, HB6188
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionRevised Analysis as Reported from Committee (06-21-10)
This document analyzes: HB6182, HB6183, HB6184, HB6185, HB6186, HB6187, HB6188


History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
5/18/2010HJ 48 Pg. 759introduced by Representative Dan Scripps
5/18/2010HJ 48 Pg. 759read a first time
5/18/2010HJ 48 Pg. 759referred to Committee on Ethics and Elections
5/19/2010HJ 49 Pg. 768printed bill filed 05/19/2010
6/16/2010HJ 60 Pg. 962reported with recommendation with substitute H-6
6/16/2010HJ 60 Pg. 962referred to second reading
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985read a second time
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985substitute H-6 adopted
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985placed on third reading
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985placed on immediate passage
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985read a third time
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 281 Yeas 64 Nays 42
6/22/2010HJ 62 Pg. 985transmitted
6/23/2010SJ 60 Pg. 1036REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION OVERSIGHT