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House Concurrent Resolution 0008 (2015) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2015-HCR-0008


Sponsors
Jim Townsend (district 26)
Wendell Byrd, Dave Pagel, Roger Victory, Ken Yonker, Dan Lauwers, Adam Zemke, Gretchen Driskell, Bill LaVoy, Jeff Irwin, Kurt Heise, Kathy Crawford, Jeremy Moss, Jon Hoadley, David Rutledge, Derek Miller, Julie Plawecki, Frank Liberati, Phil Phelps, George Darany, Pam Faris, Brandon Dillon, Alberta Tinsley-Talabi, Brian Banks, Erika Geiss, Tom Cochran, Christine Greig

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A concurrent resolution to memorialize the President and Congress of the United States to take a comprehensive, sustainable, and workable approach that allows states to tax remote purchases made by consumers of their state.

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History
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Date JournalAction
4/14/2015HJ 33 Pg. 421introduced by Representative Jim Townsend
4/14/2015HJ 33 Pg. 421referred to Committee on Commerce and Trade

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