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House Bill 4491 (2021) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2021-HB-4491 Public Act 195 of 2022 Find this PA in the MCL

Sponsors
Andrew Fink (district 58)
Pat Outman, Daire Rendon, Sue Allor, Joseph Bellino, Brad Paquette, John Roth, Jack O'Malley, Andrew Beeler, Bryan Posthumus, Matt Maddock, John Damoose, Matt Hall, David Martin, Bronna Kahle, Jeff Yaroch, Beth Griffin, Steven Johnson, Ann Bollin, Luke Meerman

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Categories 
Elections: absent voters; Elections: ballots; Elections: election officials; Elections: voters; Elections: qualified voter file; Elections: challengers; State agencies (proposed): other; State agencies (existing): other;

Elections: absent voters; pre-processing of absent voter ballots before election day; provide for, modify provisions regarding absent voter ballot drop boxes, and allow county clerks to initiate the removal of deceased individuals from the qualified voter file. Amends secs. 14b, 24k, 509o, 510, 761d, 765 & 765b of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.14b et seq.). TIE BAR WITH: SB 0008'21, SB 0311'21

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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History
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Date JournalAction
3/11/2021HJ 22 Pg. 305introduced by Representative Andrew Fink
3/11/2021HJ 22 Pg. 305read a first time
3/11/2021HJ 22 Pg. 305referred to Committee on Elections and Ethics
3/16/2021HJ 23 Pg. 316bill electronically reproduced 03/11/2021
4/13/2021HJ 29 Pg. 466reported with recommendation with substitute (H-1)
4/13/2021HJ 29 Pg. 466referred to second reading
4/22/2021HJ 34 Pg. 552read a second time
4/22/2021HJ 34 Pg. 552substitute (H-1) adopted
4/22/2021HJ 34 Pg. 552placed on third reading
4/27/2021HJ 35 Pg. 578read a third time
4/27/2021HJ 35 Pg. 578passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 145 Yeas 109 Nays 0 Excused 0 Not Voting 1
4/27/2021HJ 35 Pg. 578transmitted
4/28/2021SJ 36 Pg. 557REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON ELECTIONS
6/16/2022SJ 58 Pg. 963REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
6/16/2022SJ 58 Pg. 963COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
6/16/2022SJ 58 Pg. 963REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1780REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-1)
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1780SUBSTITUTE (S-1) CONCURRED IN
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1780PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-1)
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1780RULES SUSPENDED
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1780PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1781PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 465 YEAS 32 NAYS 1 EXCUSED 5 NOT VOTING 0
9/28/2022SJ 73 Pg. 1781TITLE AMENDED
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791returned from Senate with substitute (S-1) with immediate effect and title amendment
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791laid over one day under the rules
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791rule suspended
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791Senate substitute (S-1) concurred in
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791roll call Roll Call # 451 Yeas 99 Nays 5 Excused 0 Not Voting 5
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791title amendment agreed to
9/28/2022HJ 76 Pg. 1791bill ordered enrolled
10/11/2022HJ 77 Pg. 1855presented to the Governor 10/03/2022 02:32 PM
10/11/2022HJ 77 Pg. 1857approved by the Governor 10/07/2022 03:28 PM
10/11/2022HJ 77 Pg. 1857filed with Secretary of State 10/07/2022 04:48 PM
10/11/2022HJ 77 Pg. 1857assigned PA 195'22 with immediate effect


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