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House Bill 4311 (2003) rss
Public Act 198 of 2003 (Effective: 11/10/2003) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Tom Meyer - (primary)Dale Sheltrown, Bruce Caswell, Larry Julian, Joseph L Rivet, Gary Newell, Stephen R Ehardt, John Stahl, Scott Shackleton, Neal Nitz

Categories  Trade, other; Businesses, other; Agriculture, products; Occupations, agriculture; Insurance, other; State agencies (existing), agriculture

Trade; other; business failure of grain dealers; create insurance program for producers of farm produce. Creates new act & repeals 1988 PA 366 (MCL 285.211 - 285.219).

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
3/11/2003HJ 17 Pg. 211referred to Committee on Agriculture and Resource Management
5/27/2003HJ 44 Pg. 682reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
5/27/2003HJ 44 Pg. 682referred to second reading
6/26/2003HJ 57 Pg. 1118substitute H-1 adopted
6/26/2003HJ 57 Pg. 1118substitute H-2 adopted
6/26/2003HJ 57 Pg. 1118placed on third reading
6/26/2003HJ 57 Pg. 1118placed on immediate passage
6/26/2003HJ 57 Pg. 1118passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 346 Yeas 104 Nays 1
7/1/2003SJ 65 Pg. 1136REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND TOURISM
10/21/2003SJ 87 Pg. 1893REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-3
10/22/2003SJ 88 Pg. 1907REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-3
10/22/2003SJ 88 Pg. 1907SUBSTITUTE S-3 CONCURRED IN
10/22/2003SJ 88 Pg. 1907PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-3
10/23/2003SJ 89 Pg. 1919PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 506 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
10/28/2003HJ 80 Pg. 1991Senate substitute S-3 concurred in
10/28/2003HJ 80 Pg. 1991Roll Call # 581 Yeas 108 Nays 0
10/28/2003HJ 80 Pg. 1991bill ordered enrolled
11/4/2003HJ 83 Pg. 2043presented to the Governor 10/30/2003 @ 2:12 PM
11/12/2003HJ 86 Pg. 2140approved by the Governor 11/7/2003 @ 4:48 PM
11/12/2003HJ 86 Pg. 2140filed with Secretary of State 11/10/2003 @ 10:06 AM
11/12/2003HJ 86 Pg. 2140assigned PA 198'03 with immediate effect