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House Bill 4811 (2013) rss
Public Act 62 of 2014 (Effective: 3/27/2014) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Ray Franz - (primary)Dale W. Zorn, Bob Genetski, Sarah Roberts, Kenneth Kurtz, Terry L. Brown, Tim Kelly, Phil Potvin, Greg MacMaster, Scott Dianda, Jon Bumstead, Pat Somerville, Peter MacGregor, Rashida Tlaib, Matt Lori, Theresa Abed, Stacy Erwin Oakes, Brian Banks, Vicki Barnett, Winnie Brinks, Charles M. Brunner, Paul Clemente, Tom Cochran, Kevin Cotter, Kevin Daley, George T. Darany, Cindy Denby, Brandon Dillon, Gretchen Driskell, Fred Durhal, Jr., Pam Faris, Jeff Farrington, Frank Foster, Ben Glardon, Ken Goike, Joseph Graves, Tim Greimel, Gail Haines, Joe Haveman, Kurt Heise, Rudy Hobbs, Tom Hooker, Marcia Hovey-Wright, Martin Howrylak, Nancy Jenkins, Andrew J. Kandrevas, Klint Kesto, John Kivela, David Knezek, Robert L. Kosowski, Collene Lamonte, Marilyn Lane, Dan Lauwers, Bill LaVoy, Tom Leonard, Pete Lund, Lisa Posthumus Lyons, Sean McCann, Michael D. McCready, Paul Muxlow, David E. Nathan, Margaret E. O'Brien, Rick Outman, Peter Pettalia, Earl Poleski, Amanda Price, Al Pscholka, Bruce R. Rendon, Rose Mary C. Robinson, Bill Rogers, Wayne A. Schmidt, Andy Schor, Kate Segal, Mike Shirkey, Sam Singh, Dian Slavens, Charles Smiley, Thomas F. Stallworth III, Jim Stamas, Jon Switalski, Alberta Tinsley Talabi, Jim Townsend, Rob VerHeulen, Roger Victory, John J. Walsh, Henry Yanez, Ken Yonker

Categories  Military affairs, other; State agencies (existing), military and veterans affairs

Military affairs; other; military family relief fund; revised procedure for application and disbursement of funds. Amends secs. 2 & 4 of 2004 PA 363 (MCL 35.1212 & 35.1214).

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
6/6/2013HJ 56 Pg. 1191introduced by Representative Ray Franz
6/6/2013HJ 56 Pg. 1191read a first time
6/6/2013HJ 56 Pg. 1191referred to Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs
6/11/2013HJ 57 Pg. 1204printed bill filed 06/07/2013
9/18/2013HJ 75 Pg. 1441reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
9/18/2013HJ 75 Pg. 1441referred to second reading
9/26/2013HJ 79 Pg. 1493read a second time
9/26/2013HJ 79 Pg. 1493substitute H-1 adopted
9/26/2013HJ 79 Pg. 1493placed on third reading
10/3/2013HJ 82 Pg. 1536read a third time
10/3/2013HJ 82 Pg. 1536passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 309 Yeas 107 Nays 0
10/3/2013HJ 82 Pg. 1536transmitted
10/8/2013SJ 79 Pg. 1521REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON VETERANS, MILITARY AFFAIRS AND HOMELAND SECURITY
2/26/2014SJ 20 Pg. 231REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
2/26/2014SJ 20 Pg. 231COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
2/26/2014SJ 20 Pg. 231REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
3/12/2014SJ 26 Pg. 327REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1 AND AMENDMENT(S)
3/12/2014SJ 26 Pg. 327SUBSTITUTE S-1 AS AMENDED CONCURRED IN
3/12/2014SJ 26 Pg. 327PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1 AS AMENDED
3/13/2014SJ 27 Pg. 366PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 102 YEAS 38 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
3/13/2014SJ 27 Pg. 366INSERTED FULL TITLE
3/13/2014HJ 29 Pg. 412returned from Senate with substitute S-1 with immediate effect and full title
3/13/2014HJ 29 Pg. 412laid over one day under the rules
3/18/2014HJ 30 Pg. 416Senate substitute S-1 concurred in
3/18/2014HJ 30 Pg. 416 Roll Call # 115 Yeas 110 Nays 0
3/18/2014HJ 30 Pg. 416full title agreed to
3/18/2014HJ 30 Pg. 416bill ordered enrolled
3/25/2014HJ 33 Pg. 519presented to the Governor 3/25/2014 @ 1:58 PM
3/27/2014HJ 35 Pg. 588approved by the Governor 3/26/2014 @ 9:14 PM
3/27/2014HJ 35 Pg. 588filed with Secretary of State 3/27/2014 @ 11:58 AM
3/27/2014HJ 35 Pg. 588assigned PA 62'14 with immediate effect