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Michigan Compiled Laws Complete Through PA 48 of 2019
House: Adjourned until Tuesday, October 22, 2019 1:30:00 PM
Senate: Adjourned until Tuesday, October 22, 2019 10:00:00 AM


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House Bill 4710 (2019) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2019-HB-4710


Sponsors
Bronna Kahle (district 57)
Kristy Pagan, Padma Kuppa, Rebekah Warren, Graham Filler, David LaGrand, Jim Haadsma, Hank Vaupel, Beth Griffin, Julie Calley, Kevin Hertel, Terry Sabo, Beau LaFave, Douglas Wozniak, Ben Frederick, Lynn Afendoulis, Tim Sneller

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Categories 
Health occupations: acupuncturists; Occupations: individual licensing and registration; State agencies (existing): licensing and regulatory affairs;

Health occupations; acupuncturists; licensure of acupuncturist; provide for. Amends secs. 16215, 16322, 16501, 16511, 16521, 16525 & 16529 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.16215 et seq.) & adds secs. 16513, 16515 & 16517.

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
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
6/11/2019HJ 59 Pg. 726introduced by Representative Bronna Kahle
6/11/2019HJ 59 Pg. 726read a first time
6/11/2019HJ 59 Pg. 726referred to Committee on Health Policy
6/12/2019HJ 60 Pg. 732bill electronically reproduced 06/12/2019
9/12/2019HJ 85 Pg. 1054referred to Committee on Ways and Means, with substitute (H-2)
9/17/2019HJ 86 Pg. 1199reported with recommendation with substitute (H-2)
9/17/2019HJ 86 Pg. 1199referred to second reading
9/19/2019Expected in
HJ 88
read a second time
9/19/2019HJ 88 Pg. 1338substitute (H-2) adopted
9/19/2019HJ 88 Pg. 1338placed on third reading
9/19/2019Expected in
HJ 88
placed on immediate passage
9/19/2019HJ 88 Pg. 1344read a third time
9/19/2019Expected in
HJ 88
passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 227 Yeas 100 Nays 9 Excused 0 Not Voting 1
9/19/2019Expected in
HJ 88
inserted full title
9/19/2019Expected in
HJ 88
transmitted
9/24/2019Expected in
SJ 89
REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY AND HUMAN SERVICES

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