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House Bill 4465 (2023) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2023-HB-4465

John Roth (district 104)
Erin Byrnes, Kara Hope, Felicia Brabec, Dylan Wegela, Emily Dievendorf, Samantha Steckloff, Kelly Breen, Penelope Tsernoglou, Carrie Rheingans, Veronica Paiz, Jimmie Wilson Jr., Stephanie A. Young, Carol Glanville, Brenda Carter, Jennifer Conlin, Betsy Coffia, Lori Stone, Noah Arbit, Donavan McKinney, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Julie Brixie, Kimberly Edwards, Jaime Churches, Natalie Price, Julie Rogers, Rachel Hood, Alabas Farhat, Abraham Aiyash

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Energy: other; Energy: conservation and efficiency; Construction: other;

Energy: other; energy efficiency funding for repairs to moisture management measures of residential buildings; provide for. Amends sec. 5 of 2008 PA 295 (MCL 460.1005).

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Date JournalAction
4/25/2023HJ 35 Pg. 479introduced by Representative John R. Roth
4/25/2023HJ 35 Pg. 479read a first time
4/25/2023HJ 35 Pg. 479referred to Committee on Energy, Communications, and Technology
4/26/2023HJ 36 Pg. 497bill electronically reproduced 04/25/2023

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