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House Bill 4137 (2017) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2017-HB-4137
Public Act 24 of 2017 (Effective: 8/2/2017) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Ben Frederick - (primary)Jim Ellison, Brian Elder, Frank Liberati, Jim Tedder, Jeff Yaroch, Julie Alexander, Tom Barrett, Joseph Bellino, Tommy Brann, Winnie Brinks, Wendell Byrd, Julie Calley, Darrin Camilleri, Edward Canfield, Stephanie Chang, Lee Chatfield, John Chirkun, Cara Clemente, Triston Cole, Laura Cox, Kathy Crawford, Scott Dianda, Fred Durhal, Pam Faris, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Erika Geiss, Gary Glenn, Patrick Green, Christine Greig, Tim Greimel, Beth Griffin, Vanessa Guerra, Roger Hauck, Kevin Hertel, Michele Hoitenga, Pamela Hornberger, Gary Howell, Holly Hughes, Brandt Iden, Jewell Jones, Bronna Kahle, John Kivela, Robert Kosowski, David LaGrand, Kimberly LaSata, Donna Lasinski, Eric Leutheuser, Jim Lilly, Leslie Love, James Lower, Steve Marino, Jeffrey Noble, Kristy Pagan, Ronnie Peterson, Phil Phelps, John Reilly, Daire Rendon, Jim Runestad, Terry Sabo, Andy Schor, Jason Sheppard, Tim Sneller, Lana Theis, Curtis VanderWall, Hank Vaupel, Rob VerHeulen, Roger Victory, Michael Webber, Jason Wentworth, Mary Whiteford, Henry Yanez
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Categories 
Law enforcement: records; Law enforcement: fingerprinting; Children: protection;

Law enforcement; records; fingerprinting and photographing of child or youth with special health care needs taken and submitted to the automated fingerprint identification system (AFIS) and the statewide network of agency photos upon request of parent or guardian; allow. Amends secs. 2 & 4 of 1985 PA 176 (MCL 722.772 & 722.774).

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4137, SB0038
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This document analyzes: HB4137, SB0038

Senate Fiscal Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSUMMARY OF HOUSE-PASSED BILL IN COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 3-24-17)
This document analyzes: HB4137
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This document analyzes: HB4137
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This document analyzes: SB0038, HB4137

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/1/2017HJ 9 Pg. 96introduced by Representative Ben Frederick
2/1/2017HJ 9 Pg. 96read a first time
2/1/2017HJ 9 Pg. 96referred to Committee on Judiciary
2/2/2017HJ 10 Pg. 104bill electronically reproduced 02/01/2017
3/7/2017HJ 23 Pg. 225reported with recommendation without amendment
3/7/2017HJ 23 Pg. 225referred to second reading
3/15/2017HJ 27 Pg. 290read a second time
3/15/2017HJ 27 Pg. 290placed on third reading
3/16/2017HJ 28 Pg. 312read a third time
3/16/2017HJ 28 Pg. 312passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 47 Yeas 108 Nays 0
3/16/2017HJ 28 Pg. 312transmitted
3/21/2017SJ 29 Pg. 335REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
3/30/2017SJ 34 Pg. 413REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
3/30/2017SJ 34 Pg. 413COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
3/30/2017SJ 34 Pg. 413REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
4/18/2017SJ 35 Pg. 434REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
4/18/2017SJ 35 Pg. 434PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
4/19/2017SJ 36 Pg. 447PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 107 YEAS 36 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 2 NOT VOTING 0
4/19/2017SJ 36 Pg. 447INSERTED FULL TITLE
4/19/2017HJ 35 Pg. 419returned from Senate without amendment with immediate effect and full title
4/19/2017HJ 35 Pg. 419full title agreed to
4/19/2017HJ 35 Pg. 419bill ordered enrolled
4/25/2017HJ 37 Pg. 445presented to the Governor 4/24/2017 @ 10:42 AM
5/9/2017HJ 43 Pg. 553approved by the Governor 5/4/2017 @ 9:08 AM
5/9/2017HJ 43 Pg. 553filed with Secretary of State 5/4/2017 @ 3:20 PM
5/9/2017HJ 43 Pg. 553assigned PA 24'17 with immediate effect

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