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House Bill 4901 (2005) rss

(Original Content Same As Senate Bill 1346)

Sponsors
Andy Meisner - (primary)Steve Tobocman, Paula Zelenko, Aldo Vagnozzi, Fred Miller, Lee Gonzales, Kathleen Law, Dianne Byrum, Jim Plakas, Marie Donigan, Hoon-Yung Hopgood, Paul Condino, Barbara Farrah, Frank Accavitti, Mary Waters, Alma Smith, Michael C Murphy, Gretchen Whitmer, Stephen Adamini, LaMar Lemmons III, Bill McConico

Categories  Crimes, penalties; Crimes, other; Health, research

Crimes; penalties; penalties for human cloning; increase. Amends sec. 430a of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.430a). TIE BAR WITH: HB 4900'05, HB 4902'05

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4900, HB4901, HB4902


History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
6/8/2005HJ 52 Pg. 807introduced by Representative Andrew Meisner
6/8/2005HJ 52 Pg. 807read a first time
6/8/2005HJ 52 Pg. 807referred to Committee on Health Policy
6/9/2005HJ 53 Pg. 811printed bill filed 06/09/2005