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House Bill 5054 (2011) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2011-HB-5054

Jim Townsend - (primary)David Rutledge, Jim Ananich, Charles Brunner, Maureen Stapleton, Alberta Tinsley Talabi, Jeff Irwin, Harold L. Haugh, Brandon Dillon, Woodrow Stanley, Timothy Bledsoe, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Rudy Hobbs, Fred Durhal, Jr., Lesia Liss, Lisa Howze, George Darany, Phil Cavanagh, Ellen Cogen Lipton, John Olumba, Andrew J. Kandrevas, Sean McCann, Roy Schmidt, Stacy Erwin Oakes
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Economic development: other; Businesses: other; Financial institutions: other; State agencies (existing): treasury; Michigan business tax: exemptions;

Economic development; other; Michigan business corps; create. Amends 1984 PA 270 (MCL 125.2001 - 125.2094) by adding ch. 5A.

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Bill Analysis

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
10/11/2011HJ 79 Pg. 2388introduced by Representative Jim Townsend
10/11/2011HJ 79 Pg. 2388read a first time
10/11/2011HJ 79 Pg. 2388referred to Committee on Commerce
10/12/2011HJ 80 Pg. 2396printed bill filed 10/12/2011

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