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House Joint Resolution T (2013) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2013-HJR-T

Sean McCann (district 60)
Andy Schor, Adam Zemke, Dian Slavens, Ellen Cogen Lipton, Phil Cavanagh, Sarah Roberts, Gretchen Driskell, Brandon Dillon, Jeff Irwin, Bill LaVoy, Douglas A. Geiss, Tom Cochran, Jon Switalski, Charles M. Brunner, Pam Faris, Charles Smiley, Sam Singh, Robert L. Kosowski, George T. Darany, David Knezek, John Olumba, David Rutledge, Vicki Barnett, Rashida Tlaib, Stacy Erwin Oakes

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Legislature: apportionment; Elections: apportionment; Constitutional amendments: state;

Legislature; apportionment; independent citizens redistricting commission; create. Amends secs. 2, 3 & 6, art. IV of the state constitution.

Bill Documents
Bill Document Formatting Information
The following bill formatting applies to the 2013-2014 session:
- New language in an amendatory bill will be shown in BOLD AND UPPERCASE.
- Language to be removed will be stricken.
- Amendments made by the House will be blue with square brackets, such as: [House amended text].
- Amendments made by the Senate will be red with double greater/lesser than symbols, such as: <<Senate amended text>>.
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As Passed by the House is the Joint Resolution, as introduced, that includes any adopted House amendments.
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As Passed by the Senate is the Joint Resolution, as received from the House, that includes any adopted Senate amendments.
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Bill Analysis

(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
6/11/2013HJ 57 Pg. 1211introduced by Representative Sean McCann
6/11/2013HJ 57 Pg. 1211read a first time
6/11/2013HJ 57 Pg. 1211referred to Committee on Elections and Ethics
6/12/2013HJ 58 Pg. 1228printed joint resolution filed 06/12/2013

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