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Michigan Compiled Laws Complete Through PA 178 of 2019
House Resolution 0061 (2019) rss?
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James Lower (district 70)
Gary Eisen, Sarah Lightner, John Chirkun, Kathy Crawford, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Daire Rendon

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Natural Resources Commission; Sandhill cranes; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service;

A resolution to encourage the Natural Resources Commission to add Sandhill cranes to the game species list and seek U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service approval to establish a Sandhill crane hunting season.

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Bill Analysis

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Date JournalAction
4/10/2019HJ 32 Pg. 355introduced by Representative James Lower
4/10/2019HJ 32 Pg. 355referred to Committee on Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation

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