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House Joint Resolution L (2007) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2007-HJR-L

Fulton Sheen - (primary)John Stakoe, Bruce Caswell, Brian Palmer, Tim Moore, Jacob Hoogendyk, Darwin Booher, Rick Shaffer, Marty Knollenberg, Arlan Meekhof, James Marleau, Mike Nofs, Richard Ball, Kim Meltzer, David Agema, Philip LaJoy, John Garfield, Kevin Elsenheimer, Tom Casperson, David Robertson, Judy Emmons, Lorence Wenke, Brian Calley, Rick Jones, John Stahl, Glenn Steil, Kenneth Horn, Phillip Pavlov, Daniel Acciavatti, David Law, Edward Gaffney, David Palsrok, Paul Opsommer, Chuck Moss, Tonya Schuitmaker, John Pastor
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Sales tax: rate; Single business tax: repeal; Constitutional amendments: state;

Sales tax; rate; tax rate; revise and prohibit certain other taxes. Amends secs. 3, 7, 8, 10 & 11, art. IX & adds sec. 43 to art. IX of the state constitution.

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Bill Document Formatting Information
The following bill formatting applies to the 2007-2008 session:
- New language in an amendatory bill will be shown in BOLD AND UPPERCASE.
- Language to be removed will be stricken.
- Amendments made by the House will be blue with square brackets, such as:
[House amended text].
- Amendments made by the Senate will be red with double greater/lesser than symbols, such as: <<Senate amended text>>.
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As Passed by the Senate is the Joint Resolution, as received from the House, that includes any adopted Senate amendments.
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Bill Analysis

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
5/8/2007HJ 44 Pg. 671introduced by Representative Fulton Sheen
5/8/2007HJ 44 Pg. 671read a first time
5/8/2007HJ 44 Pg. 671referred to Committee on Tax Policy
5/9/2007HJ 45 Pg. 677printed joint resolution filed 05/09/2007

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