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House Bill 5394 (2001) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2001-HB-5394
Public Act 665 of 2002 (Effective: 03/01/03) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Bill McConico - (primary)Larry Julian, Mike Kowall, Artina Hardman, Stephen Adamini, Rose Bogardus, Douglas Bovin, Rich Brown, Irma Clark, Hansen Clarke, Gene DeRossett, Paul DeWeese, Leon Drolet, Fred Durhal, Jr., Belda Garza, Tom George, Derrick Hale, Jim Howell, Ruth Ann Jamnick, Chris Kolb, Jerry Kooiman, LaMar Lemmons III, Alexander Lipsey, Jack Minore, Michael Murphy, Brian Palmer, Clarence Phillips, Nancy Quarles, Triette Reeves, Vera Rison, Samuel Thomas, Gretchen Whitmer, Carl Williams, Paula Zelenko
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Categories 
Criminal procedure: sentencing; Controlled substances: penalties; Criminal procedure: probation;

Criminal procedure; sentencing; lifetime probation, mandatory minimum sentence, and mandatory consecutive sentence for certain controlled substance violations; eliminate and increase certain penalties. Amends secs. 7401 & 7403 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.7401 & 333.7403). TIE BAR WITH: HB 5395'01 HB 6510'02

Bill Documents
Bill Document Formatting Information
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The following bill formatting applies to the 2001-2002 session:
- New language in an amendatory bill will be shown in UPPERCASE.
- Language to be removed will be stricken.
- Amendments made by the House will be blue with square brackets, such as:
[House amended text].
- Amendments made by the Senate will be red with double greater/lesser than symbols, such as: <<Senate amended text>>.
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5394, HB5395
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionFirst Analysis (12-3-02)
This document analyzes: HB5394, HB5395, HB6510
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSecond Analysis as Enrolled (2-10-03)
This document analyzes: HB5394, HB5395, HB6510
No Text Version Available Load the PDF VersionFloor Analysis 12/02/2002
This document analyzes: HB 5394, HB 5395, HB 6510
No Text Version Available Load the PDF VersionEnrolled Analysis 02/18/2003
This document analyzes: HB 5394, HB 5395, HB 6510

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5394, HB5395
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This document analyzes: HB5394, HB5395, HB6510

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
11/1/2001HJ 79 Pg. 2327introduced by Representative William McConico
11/1/2001HJ 79 Pg. 2327read a first time
11/1/2001HJ 79 Pg. 2327referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
11/27/2001HJ 80 Pg. 2393printed bill filed 11/06/01
11/13/2002HJ 68 Pg. 2643reported with recommendation with substitute (H-3)
11/13/2002HJ 68 Pg. 2643referred to second reading
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715read a second time
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715substitute (H-3) adopted
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715placed on third reading
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715placed on immediate passage
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715read a third time
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715passed : \
Roll Call # 1111 Yeas 086 Nays 012
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715title amended
12/3/2002HJ 69 Pg. 2715transmitted
12/4/2002SJ 70 Pg. 2263REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
12/5/2002SJ 71 Pg. 2314REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
12/11/2002SJ 73 Pg. 2405REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH AMENDMENT(S)
12/11/2002SJ 73 Pg. 2405AMENDMENT(S) CONCURRED IN
12/11/2002SJ 73 Pg. 2405PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH AMENDMENT(S)
12/12/2002SJ 74 Pg. 2452PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT : \
ROLL CALL # 1007 YEAS 28 NAYS 07 EXC 03 NOT VOTING 00
12/12/2002SJ 74 Pg. 2452INSERTED FULL TITLE
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085returned from Senate with amendment(s) with immediate effect and full title
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085laid over one day under the rules
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085rule suspended
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085Senate amendment(s) concurred in : \
Roll Call # 1296 Yeas 089 Nays 011
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085given immediate effect
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085full title agreed to
12/12/2002HJ 75 Pg. 3085bill ordered enrolled
12/30/2002HJ 77 Pg. 3236presented to the Governor
Time: 02:20PM Date: 12/20/02
12/30/2002HJ 77 Pg. 3247approved by the Governor
Time: 06:40PM Date: 12/25/02
12/30/2002HJ 77 Pg. 3247filed with Secretary of State
Time: 01:34PM Date: 12/26/02
12/30/2002HJ 77 Pg. 3247assigned PA 0665'02

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