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House Bill 5419 (2004) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2004-HB-5419

Glenn D Steil Jr. - (primary)Steve Tobocman, Mike Nofs, Matt Milosch, Michael C Murphy, Philip J LaJoy, Ruth Johnson, Sandra Caul, Jack Brandenburg, John R Pastor, Jacob W Hoogendyk Jr., Fulton Sheen, Brian Palmer, Shelley Taub, Joanne Voorhees, Tom Meyer, Bill Huizenga, Lauren M Hager, Scott Hummel, Jerry O Kooiman, John Stahl, Ken Bradstreet, Mary Ann Middaugh, John P Stakoe, Craig M DeRoche, Gary Newell
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Education: school districts; Education: students; Civil rights: privacy; Education: intermediate school districts; Education: public school academies;

Education; school districts; use of social security numbers to identify students; prohibit. Amends 1976 PA 451 (MCL 380.1 - 380.1852) by adding sec. 1136.

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Bill Analysis

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Date JournalAction
1/22/2004HJ 4 Pg. 41referred to Committee on Education

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