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House Bill 4854 (2003) rss

(Original Content Same As Senate Bill 0605)

Sponsor
Bruce Caswell
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Categories 
Natural resources, hunting; Counties, boards and commissions

Natural resources; hunting; repeal of Hillsdale county Sunday hunting ban; provide for. Repeals 1935 LA 1.

Bill Documents
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Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4854


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
6/18/2003HJ 53 Pg. 913referred to Committee on Conservation and Outdoor Recreation