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Senate Bill 0798 (2003) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2003-SB-0798 Public Act 455 of 2004 (Effective: 3/1/2005) Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Alan Sanborn - (primary)Alan L Cropsey, Mike Bishop, Patricia L Birkholz, Jason Allen, Judson Gilbert, Gerald Van Woerkom, Wayne Kuipers, Ron Jelinek, Raymond E Basham, Valde Garcia, Beverly S Hammerstrom, Bill Hardiman, Shirley Johnson, Tony Stamas, Liz Brater, Deborah Cherry, Martha Scott, Irma Clark-Coleman, Burton Leland, Virg Bernero, Michelle McManus, Gilda Jacobs, Tom George, Michael Prusi, Cameron Brown, Dennis Olshove, Nancy Cassis, Michael Switalski
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Categories 
Consumer credit: other; Crime victims: other; Crimes: fraud;

Consumer credit; other; denial of credit to identity theft victims; prohibit. Amends sec. 3 of 1976 PA 331 (MCL 445.903).

Bill Documents
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- Language to be removed will be stricken.
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionAnalysis as Reported from Committee (09-29-04)
This document analyzes: HB6168, HB6169, HB6170, HB6171, HB6172, HB6173, HB6174, HB6175, HB6176, HB6177, SB0220, SB0657, SB0792, SB0793, SB0795, SB0797, SB0798, SB0803
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSummary as Passed by the Senate (09-14-04)
This document analyzes: SB0798
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionSecond Analysis as Enrolled (04-06-05)
This document analyzes: HB6169, HB6172, HB6174, HB6177, SB0220, SB0657, SB0792, SB0793, SB0795, SB0798, SB1384

Senate Fiscal Analysis
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionCOMMITTEE SUMMARY (10-28-03)
This document analyzes: SB0792, SB0793, SB0794, SB0796, SB0797, SB0798
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionFLOOR ANALYSIS (11-17-03)
This document analyzes: SB0798
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionFIRST ANALYSIS (9-23-04)
This document analyzes: SB0220, SB0657, SB0792, SB0793, SB0794, SB0795, SB 797, SB0798, SB0803, SB1384
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionENROLLED ANALYSIS (4-18-05)
This document analyzes: SB0220, SB0657, SB0792, SB0793, SB0795, SB0798, SB84 , HB6169, HB6172, HB6174, HB6177

History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
NOTE: a page number of 1 indicates that the page number is soon to come.
Date JournalAction
10/23/2003SJ 89 Pg. 1925REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
12/2/2003SJ 98 Pg. 2106REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
12/2/2003SJ 98 Pg. 2106REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
12/9/2003SJ 101 Pg. 2146REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
12/9/2003SJ 101 Pg. 2146SUBSTITUTE S-1 CONCURRED IN
12/9/2003SJ 101 Pg. 2146PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
12/10/2003SJ 102 Pg. 2162PASSED ROLL CALL # 591 YEAS 38 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
12/10/2003HJ 92 Pg. 2359referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
9/15/2004HJ 81 Pg. 2237reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
9/15/2004HJ 81 Pg. 2237referred to second reading
9/15/2004HJ 81 Pg. 2237laid over one day under the rules
9/29/2004HJ 83 Pg. 2323substitute H-1 adopted and amended
9/29/2004HJ 83 Pg. 2323placed on third reading
9/29/2004HJ 83 Pg. 2324placed on immediate passage
9/29/2004HJ 83 Pg. 2324passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 826 Yeas 105 Nays 0
9/29/2004HJ 83 Pg. 2324inserted full title
9/29/2004HJ 83 Pg. 2324returned to Senate
9/30/2004SJ 95 Pg. 2038HOUSE INSERTED FULL TITLE
9/30/2004SJ 95 Pg. 2038LAID OVER ONE DAY UNDER THE RULES
11/10/2004SJ 102 Pg. 2232AMENDMENT(S) ADOPTED
11/10/2004SJ 102 Pg. 2232HOUSE SUBSTITUTE H-1 CONCURRED IN AS AMENDED
11/10/2004SJ 102 Pg. 2232ROLL CALL # 812 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
11/10/2004SJ 102 Pg. 2232GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT
11/10/2004SJ 102 Pg. 2232FULL TITLE AGREED TO
11/10/2004HJ 86 Pg. 2535laid over one day under the rules
12/2/2004HJ 89 Pg. 2647Senate amendment(s) to House substitute H-1 concurred in
12/2/2004HJ 89 Pg. 2647Roll Call # 962 Yeas 95 Nays 0
12/2/2004HJ 89 Pg. 2647re-returned to Senate
12/7/2004SJ 106 Pg. 2336ORDERED ENROLLED
12/29/2004SJ 109 Pg. 2534PRESENTED TO GOVERNOR 12/15/2004 @ 11:01 AM
12/29/2004SJ 109 Pg. 2542APPROVED BY GOVERNOR 12/22/2004 @ 7:50 AM
12/29/2004SJ 109 Pg. 2542FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE 12/28/2004 @ 9:36 AM
12/29/2004SJ 109 Pg. 2542ASSIGNED PA 0455'04 WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT


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