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House Bill 5006 (2003) rss

(Original Content Same As Senate Bill 0972)

Sponsors
Randy Richardville - (primary)Scott Hummel, Matt Milosch, John Garfield, Barb Vander Veen, Doug Spade, Mickey Mortimer, John R Pastor, Brian Palmer, Jerry O Kooiman, Edward J Gaffney, John J Gleason, Ken Bradstreet, Tom Casperson, John Pappageorge, Clark Bisbee, Bruce Caswell, Bill Huizenga, Sal Rocca, Joanne Voorhees, Rick Shaffer, David Farhat, William J O'Neil, Daniel S Paletko, Leon Drolet, Tom Meyer, Jacob W Hoogendyk Jr., Daniel J Acciavatti, John Stahl, Glenn D Steil Jr., James L Koetje, Gene DeRossett, Chris Ward, Michael G Sak, Fulton Sheen, Jack Brandenburg, Philip J LaJoy, David B Robertson, Mike Nofs, Marc Shulman, Rick Johnson, Susan Tabor, Lauren M Hager, Stephen R Ehardt, Larry Julian, Gary Newell, Jim Howell, Scott Shackleton, Craig M DeRoche, John P Stakoe, Joe Hune, Lorence Wenke, Judy Emmons, William Van Regenmorter, Neal Nitz, David Palsrok
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Categories 
Health: occupations; Health facilities: other; Occupations: health care professions;

Health; occupations; conscientious objector policy act; create. Creates new act.

Bill Documents
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Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5006, HB5276, HB5277, HB5278
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary as reported for committee (3-31-04)
This document analyzes: HB5006, HB5276, HB5277, HB5278

Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5006, HB5276, HB5277, HB5278

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
7/17/2003HJ 63 Pg. 1653referred to Committee on Health Policy
3/30/2004HJ 28 Pg. 530reported with recommendation with substitute H-3
3/30/2004HJ 28 Pg. 530referred to second reading
3/30/2004HJ 28 Pg. 530laid over one day under the rules
4/21/2004HJ 32 Pg. 723substitute H-3 adopted and amended
4/21/2004HJ 32 Pg. 723placed on third reading
4/21/2004HJ 32 Pg. 724placed on immediate passage
4/21/2004HJ 32 Pg. 724passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 259 Yeas 69 Nays 35
4/22/2004SJ 38 Pg. 692REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY

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