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House Bill 4132 (2017) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2017-HB-4132


Sponsors
Darrin Camilleri - (primary)Winnie Brinks, Vanessa Guerra, Andy Schor, Sheldon Neeley, Jeremy Moss, Adam Zemke, Tim Sneller, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Wendell Byrd, John Chirkun, Kristy Pagan, Kevin Hertel, William Sowerby, Terry Sabo, Erika Geiss, Abdullah Hammoud, Stephanie Chang, Yousef Rabhi, Jon Hoadley, John Kivela, Brian Elder, Leslie Love, Jewell Jones, Patrick Green, Tim Greimel, Robert Wittenberg, Pam Faris, Jim Ellison, Tom Cochran, Brian Banks, Christine Greig, Fred Durhal
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Categories 
Individual income tax: deductions; Individual income tax: income; Retirement: pension oversight;

Individual income tax; deductions; 3-tier limitations and restrictions on deduction for retirement or pension benefits based on age; eliminate. Amends sec. 30 of 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.30).

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History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
1/31/2017HJ 8 Pg. 90introduced by Representative Darrin Camilleri
1/31/2017HJ 8 Pg. 90read a first time
1/31/2017HJ 8 Pg. 90referred to Committee on Tax Policy
2/1/2017HJ 9 Pg. 97bill electronically reproduced 01/31/2017

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