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House Concurrent Resolution 0003 (2009) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2009-HCR-0003


Sponsors
Jennifer Haase - (primary)Robert Jones, Gino Polidori, Lesia Liss, Harold Haugh, Terry Brown, Lisa Brown, Kate Segal, Mary Valentine, Sarah Roberts, Vicki Barnett, Deb Kennedy, Fred Miller, Joan Bauer, Dian Slavens, Kathy Angerer, Kate Ebli, Kevin Elsenheimer, James Bolger, Dan Scripps, David Agema, Richard Ball, Timothy Bledsoe, Darwin Booher, Pam Byrnes, Barb Byrum, Brian Calley, Bill Caul, Ed Clemente, Bob Constan, Marc Corriveau, Andy Coulouris, Hugh Crawford, Kevin Daley, Robert Dean, Cindy Denby, Larry DeShazor, Andy Dillon, Marie Donigan, John Espinoza, Lee Gonzales, Gail Haines, Richard Hammel, Goeff Hansen, Joe Haveman, Dave Hildenbrand, Kenneth Horn, Mike Huckleberry, Rick Jones, Andrew Kandrevas, Marty Knollenberg, Eileen Kowall, Kenneth Kurtz, Michael Lahti, Richard LeBlanc, Gabe Leland, LaMar Lemmons, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Matt Lori, Pete Lund, James Marleau, Jeff Mayes, Gary McDowell, Tom McMillin, Mark Meadows, Arlan Meekhof, Tim Melton, Tim Moore, Chuck Moss, Andy Neumann, Paul Opsommer, Phillip Pavlov, Tom Pearce, John Proos, Tory Rocca, Bill Rogers, Roy Schmidt, Wayne Schmidt, Tonya Schuitmaker, Bettie Scott, Paul Scott, Joel Sheltrown, Mike Simpson, Jim Slezak, Dudley Spade, Jim Stamas, Jon Switalski, Rashida Tlaib, Sharon Tyler, John Walsh, Jim Barcia, Nancy Cassis, Hansen Clarke, Gilda Jacobs, Dennis Olshove
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A concurrent resolution to request the State Officers' Compensation Commission to recommend a 10 percent reduction in salaries of the members of the Legislature, the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, the Attorney General, and the Secretary of State the next time the commission meets and to urge the commission to ensure that none of its future recommendations exceed the average increase in state employee pay.

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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HCR3


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
1/22/2009HJ 2 Pg. 30introduced by Representative Jennifer Haase
1/22/2009HJ 2 Pg. 30referred to Committee on Government Operations
2/3/2009HJ 4 Pg. 60notice given to discharge committee
2/4/2009HJ 5 Pg. 72motion to discharge committee approved
2/4/2009HJ 5 Pg. 72placed on Motions and Resolutions
2/4/2009HJ 5 Pg. 72substitute H-1 adopted
2/4/2009HJ 5 Pg. 72adopted
2/4/2009HJ 5 Pg. 72 Roll Call # 3 Yeas 108 Nays 1
2/4/2009HJ 5 Pg. 72transmitted
2/5/2009SJ 7 Pg. 118REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS AND REFORM

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