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House Joint Resolution W (2004) rss

Larry Julian - (primary)Joanne Voorhees, John R Pastor, David B Robertson, Bruce Caswell, Scott Hummel, Jack Brandenburg, Shelley Taub, James L Koetje, Glenn D Steil Jr., John P Stakoe, John Stahl, Mike Pumford, Tom Meyer, Jim Howell, Scott Shackleton, Gary Newell, Chris Ward, Fran Amos, John C Stewart, Susan Tabor, Rick Shaffer, Tom Casperson, Sal Rocca, Bill Huizenga, Mike Nofs, Ken Bradstreet, Judy Emmons, John Pappageorge, Daniel J Acciavatti, Jacob W Hoogendyk Jr., Lorence Wenke, Mickey Mortimer, Neal Nitz
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Criminal procedure: sentencing; Crimes: other; Constitutional amendments: state;

Criminal procedure; sentencing; death penalty for conviction of first degree murder; allow. Amends sec. 46, art. IV of the state constitution.

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The following bill formatting applies to the 2003-2004 session:
- New language in an amendatory bill will be shown in bold (rather than UPPERCASE).
- Language to be removed will be stricken.
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[House amended text].
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This document analyzes: HJRW

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/19/2004HJ 15 Pg. 240referred to Committee on Regulatory Reform
2/24/2004HJ 16 Pg. 266printed joint resolution filed 02/19/2004
3/16/2004HJ 22 Pg. 375reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
3/16/2004HJ 22 Pg. 375referred to second reading
3/16/2004HJ 22 Pg. 375laid over one day under the rules
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434substitute H-1 adopted and amended
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434placed on third reading
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434placed on immediate passage
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434not adopted
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434Roll Call # 143 Yeas 55 Nays 52
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434vote reconsidered
3/18/2004HJ 24 Pg. 434postponed for the day
3/23/2004HJ 25 Pg. 468re-referred to Committee on Regulatory Reform

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