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House Bill 4851 (2009) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2009-HB-4851


Sponsors
Joan Bauer - (primary)Pam Byrnes, Kate Segal, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Alma Wheeler Smith, Fred Miller, Lesia Liss, Mary Valentine, Kate Ebli, Douglas Geiss, Richard Hammel, Harold Haugh, Rebekah Warren, Barb Byrum, Marie Donigan, Coleman Young, Timothy Bledsoe, George Cushingberry, Jon Switalski, Marc Corriveau, Dan Scripps, LaMar Lemmons, Andy Coulouris, Robert Dean, Mark Meadows, Woodrow Stanley, Bob Constan, Kathy Angerer, Steven Lindberg, Doug Bennett, John Espinoza, Dudley Spade, Gabe Leland, Lisa Brown, Bert Johnson, Shanelle Jackson
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Categories 
Civil rights: employment discrimination; Labor: fair employment practices; Labor: hours and wages; Women: other; State agencies (existing): civil rights;

Civil rights; employment discrimination; discrimination for failing to provide equal compensation for comparable work; prohibit under certain circumstances. Amends secs. 102, 103 & 202 of 1976 PA 453 (MCL 37.2102 et seq.).

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Bill Analysis


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
4/29/2009HJ 35 Pg. 743introduced by Representative Joan Bauer
4/29/2009HJ 35 Pg. 743read a first time
4/29/2009HJ 35 Pg. 743referred to Committee on Labor
4/30/2009HJ 36 Pg. 766printed bill filed 04/30/2009

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