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House Bill 5999 (2010) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2010-HB-5999


Sponsors
Harold Haugh - (primary)Andrew Kandrevas, Fred Durhal, Jon Switalski, Vincent Gregory, Coleman Young, Tim Melton, Jim Slezak, Brian Calley, Rick Jones, Roy Schmidt, Deb Kennedy, Kathy Angerer, David Nathan, Mike Huckleberry, Richard Hammel, Jimmy Womack, Lesia Liss, Andy Neumann, Mark Meadows, John Espinoza, Barb Byrum
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Categories 
Crimes: explosives; Fire: other;

Crimes; explosives; Michigan fireworks safety act; create. Creates new act & repeals ch. XXXIX of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.243a - 750.243e).

Bill Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5999, HB6000
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Senate Fiscal Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5999, HB6000
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History
(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
03/25/10HJ 31 Pg. 475introduced by Representative Harold Haugh
03/25/10HJ 31 Pg. 475read a first time
03/25/10HJ 31 Pg. 475referred to Committee on Appropriations
04/13/10HJ 32 Pg. 493printed bill filed 03/26/2010
05/05/10HJ 42 Pg. 662reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
05/05/10HJ 42 Pg. 662referred to second reading
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699read a second time
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699substitute H-1 not adopted
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699substitute H-5 adopted
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699placed on third reading
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699placed on immediate passage
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699read a third time
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 184 Yeas 79 Nays 28
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699Rep. Joel Sheltrown[*][*] removed as co-sponsor
05/12/10HJ 45 Pg. 699transmitted
05/13/10SJ 43 Pg. 773REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATORY REFORM
12/02/10SJ 96 Pg. 2128REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
12/02/10SJ 96 Pg. 2128COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
12/02/10SJ 96 Pg. 2128REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1


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