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House Bill 5232 (2009) rss


Sponsors
Phillip Pavlov - (primary)Paul Opsommer, Rick Jones, Marty Knollenberg, Pete Lund, Larry DeShazor, Matt Lori, Kenneth Kurtz, Brian Calley, David Agema, John Proos, Kevin Daley, Jim Stamas, Goeff Hansen, Chuck Moss, Tom McMillin, Joe Haveman, Kim Meltzer, Jeff Mayes, Tim Moore, Andy Neumann, John Espinoza, Dudley Spade, Gary McDowell, Doug Bennett, Richard LeBlanc, Richard Hammel, Terry Brown, Paul Scott, Dave Hildenbrand, Bill Rogers, Bob Genetski, Justin Amash, Gail Haines, John Walsh, Darwin Booher, Ed Clemente, Sharon Tyler, Joel Sheltrown, Tonya Schuitmaker, Tom Pearce, Eileen Kowall, Wayne Schmidt, Hugh Crawford, James Marleau

Categories  Weapons, firearms; Civil rights, other

Weapons; firearms; Michigan firearms freedom act; enact. Creates new act.

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[House amended text].
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
8/11/2009HJ 67 Pg. 1336introduced by Representative Phil Pavlov
8/11/2009HJ 67 Pg. 1336read a first time
8/11/2009HJ 67 Pg. 1336referred to Committee on Judiciary
8/19/2009HJ 68 Pg. 1340printed bill filed 08/12/2009