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House Concurrent Resolution 0006 (2019) rss?
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Attorney General; Public Act 359 of 2018; Governor; Mackinac Straits Utility Corridor;

A concurrent resolution to urge the Attorney General to reverse her opinion on the constitutionality of Public Act 359 of 2018 and urge the Governor to follow the law as enacted and proceed with the Mackinac Straits Utility Corridor.

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History
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Date JournalAction
4/11/2019HJ 33 Pg. 366introduced by Representative Beau LaFave
4/11/2019HJ 33 Pg. 366referred to Committee on Government Operations

  
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