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House Bill 4702 (2005) rss
Public Act 104 of 2005 (Effective: 12/1/2005) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Phil Pavlov - (primary)Bill McConico, Glenn S Anderson, John Stewart, Paula Zelenko, Jerry O Kooiman, Tom Meyer, Gary Newell, Barb Vander Veen, Tupac Hunter, Barbara Farrah, Philip LaJoy, Jack Brandenburg, Steve Bieda, Lisa Wojno, Daniel Acciavatti, Brenda Clack, Aldo Vagnozzi, Shelley Taub, Frank Accavitti, John Stakoe, John Gleason, Bruce Caswell, Rick Shaffer, Mike Nofs, Lorence Wenke, Chris Ward, Dianne Byrum, Judy Emmons, Michael Sak, Neal Nitz, John Stahl, Bill Huizenga, David Farhat, John Moolenaar, David Palsrok, Matthew Gillard, Andy Dillon, Kathy Angerer, Richard Ball, Doug Bennett, Darwin Booher, Pam Byrnes, Bill Caul, Marsha Cheeks, Ed Clemente, Kevin Elsenheimer, John Espinoza, Lee Gonzales, Robert Gosselin, Goeff Hansen, Rick Jones, Roger Kahn, Herb Kehrl, Jim Marleau, Jeff Mayes, Gary McDowell, Fred Miller, Tim Moore, Leslie Mortimer, Tom Pearce, Gino Polidori, John M. Proos, Tory Rocca, Joel Sheltrown, Dudley Spade, Michael C Murphy

Categories  Crimes, other; Crimes, crimes against minors; Children, protection; Trade, consumer goods and services

Crimes; other; disseminating sexually explicit matter to minors; include video game in definition of sexually explicit matter. Amends sec. 3 of 1978 PA 33 (MCL 722.673).

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4702
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This document analyzes: HB4702, HB4703
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This document analyzes: HB4702, HB4703, SB0416, SB0463

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB4702
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This document analyzes: HB4702
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This document analyzes: SB0416, SB0463, HB4702, HB4703

History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
5/3/2005HJ 36 Pg. 539introduced by Representative Phil Pavlov
5/3/2005HJ 36 Pg. 539read a first time
5/3/2005HJ 36 Pg. 539referred to Committee on Judiciary
5/4/2005HJ 37 Pg. 563printed bill filed 05/04/2005
5/4/2005HJ 37 Pg. 564reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
5/4/2005HJ 37 Pg. 564referred to second reading
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 596read a second time
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 596substitute H-1 adopted
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 596placed on third reading
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 598placed on immediate passage
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 598read a third time
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 598passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 113 Yeas 108 Nays 0
5/10/2005HJ 39 Pg. 598transmitted
5/11/2005SJ 42 Pg. 601REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
5/25/2005SJ 48 Pg. 709REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH AMENDMENT(S)
5/25/2005SJ 48 Pg. 709REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH AMENDMENT(S)
5/31/2005SJ 50 Pg. 733REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH AMENDMENT(S)
5/31/2005SJ 50 Pg. 733AMENDMENT(S) CONCURRED IN
5/31/2005SJ 50 Pg. 733PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH AMENDMENT(S)
6/1/2005SJ 51 Pg. 746PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 174 YEAS 36 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 2 NOT VOTING 0
6/1/2005HJ 49 Pg. 744returned from Senate with amendment(s) with immediate effect
6/1/2005HJ 49 Pg. 744laid over one day under the rules
8/31/2005HJ 71 Pg. 1249Senate amendment(s) concurred in Roll Call # 354 Yeas 106 Nays 1
8/31/2005HJ 71 Pg. 1249bill ordered enrolled
9/6/2005HJ 72 Pg. 1284presented to the Governor 9/1/2005 @ 11:19 AM
9/13/2005HJ 75 Pg. 1374approved by the Governor 9/12/2005 @ 2:04 PM
9/13/2005HJ 75 Pg. 1374filed with Secretary of State 9/13/2005 @ 10:22 AM
9/13/2005HJ 75 Pg. 1374assigned PA 104'05 with immediate effect