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House Bill 4446 (2013) rss


Sponsor
Andrew J. Kandrevas

Categories  Criminal procedure, sentencing guidelines; Crimes, intoxication or impairment

Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for operating ORV under influence of or visibly impaired by alcohol or a controlled substance; enact. Amends sec. 13g, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.13g). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4445'13

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4441, HB4442, HB4443, HB4444, HB4445, HB4446
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionAnalysis as Reported From Committee (05-13-13)
This document analyzes: HB4441, HB4442, HB4443, HB4444, HB4445, HB4446

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
3/13/2013HJ 25 Pg. 307introduced by Representative Andrew Kandrevas
3/13/2013HJ 25 Pg. 307read a first time
3/13/2013HJ 25 Pg. 307referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
3/14/2013HJ 26 Pg. 321printed bill filed 03/14/2013
5/8/2013HJ 43 Pg. 647reported with recommendation without amendment
5/8/2013HJ 43 Pg. 647referred to second reading
12/3/2014HJ 79 Pg. 2072read a second time
12/3/2014HJ 79 Pg. 2072amended
12/3/2014HJ 79 Pg. 2072placed on third reading
12/4/2014HJ 80 Pg. 2110read a third time
12/4/2014HJ 80 Pg. 2110passed Roll Call # 621 Yeas 85 Nays 24
12/4/2014HJ 80 Pg. 2110transmitted
12/9/2014SJ 78 Pg. 2045REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
12/10/2014SJ 79 Pg. 2081REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
12/10/2014SJ 79 Pg. 2081COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
12/10/2014SJ 79 Pg. 2081REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE