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House Bill 4313 (2007) rss? Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2007-HB-4313

Marc Corriveau - (primary)Richard LeBlanc, Steve Tobocman, Barb Byrum, Ed Clemente, Mark Meadows, Paul Condino, Kathy Angerer, Mike Simpson, Terry Brown, Dudley Spade, Mary Valentine, Coleman Young, Michael Lahti, Steven Lindberg, Gary McDowell, Kate Ebli, Gino Polidori, Pam Byrnes, Kathleen Law, Aldo Vagnozzi, Bob Constan, Steve Bieda, Lisa Wojno, Matthew Gillard, Hoon-Yung Hopgood, Michael Sak, Richard Hammel, Fred Miller, John Espinoza, Jeff Mayes, Chris Ward, Tom Pearce, Lorence Wenke, Robert Dean, Edward Gaffney, Philip LaJoy, Jack Brandenburg, Frank Accavitti, Bruce Caswell, Mike Nofs, David Agema, Bill Huizenga, John Moolenaar, Andy Dillon, Richard Ball, Martin Griffin, Darwin Booher, Bill Caul, Marsha Cheeks, Marie Donigan, Kevin Elsenheimer, Goeff Hansen, Rick Jones, David Law, Gabe Leland, James Marleau, John Proos, Tonya Schuitmaker, Joan Bauer, Brian Calley, Andy Coulouris, Craig DeRoche, Ted Hammon, Kenneth Horn, Shanelle Jackson, Bert Johnson, Robert Jones, Marty Knollenberg, Arlan Meekhof, Tim Melton, Kim Meltzer, Chuck Moss, Paul Opsommer, Bettie Scott
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Public employees and officers: ethics; Legislature: ethics; Occupations: lobbyists; Legislature: legislators;

Public employees and officers; ethics; lobbying by former legislators and executive branch officers; prohibit for 1 year after leaving state service. Amends sec. 6a of 1978 PA 472 (MCL 4.416a).

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(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
2/22/2007HJ 17 Pg. 184introduced by Representative Marc Corriveau
2/22/2007HJ 17 Pg. 184read a first time
2/22/2007HJ 17 Pg. 184referred to Committee on Ethics and Elections
2/27/2007HJ 18 Pg. 197printed bill filed 02/23/2007
2/27/2007HJ 18 Pg. 197reported with recommendation without amendment(s)
2/27/2007HJ 18 Pg. 197referred to second reading
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219read a second time
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219amended
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219placed on third reading
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219placed on immediate passage
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219read a third time
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 20 Yeas 99 Nays 6
3/1/2007HJ 20 Pg. 219transmitted

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