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House Bill 5128 (2003) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2003-HB-5128

Jack Brandenburg - (primary)Joanne Voorhees, Fran Amos, Tom Meyer, Glenn D Steil Jr., Edward J Gaffney, John R Pastor, Rick Shaffer, Philip J LaJoy, Daniel J Acciavatti, Jacob W Hoogendyk Jr., Scott Hummel, Brian Palmer, Leon Drolet, Matt Milosch, John Garfield, Mickey Mortimer, Chris Ward, Ken Bradstreet, John Stahl, John P Stakoe, Jim Howell, David Farhat, David Palsrok, Bruce Caswell, David B Robertson, Sal Rocca, Lauren M Hager, Stephen R Ehardt, Fulton Sheen, Scott Shackleton, Barb Vander Veen, Ruth Johnson, John C Stewart, John Pappageorge, Joe Hune, Mary Ann Middaugh, Shelley Taub, Bill Huizenga, Jerry O Kooiman, Clark Bisbee, Mike Nofs, John Moolenaar
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State: purchasing; Local government: other; Law: contracts; Labor: fair employment practices;

State; purchasing; competitive bid contracts for governmental entities; require. Amends sec. 261 of 1984 PA 431 (MCL 18.1261).

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Bill Analysis

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Date JournalAction
10/2/2003HJ 70 Pg. 1826referred to Committee on Government Operations

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