House Bill 6027 of 2010 (Public Act 355 of 2010)

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Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of obtaining a controlled substance or a prescription for a controlled substance from a health care provider through fraud; enact. Amends sec. 13m, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.13m). TIE BAR WITH: HB 6026'10

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House Introduced Bill
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As Passed by the House
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As Passed by the Senate
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House Concurred Bill
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Public Act
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Analysis

House Fiscal Agency Analysis

Summary as Introduced (09-27-10)
This document analyzes HB6026, HB6027
Analysis as Enrolled (01-18-11)
This document analyzes HB6026, HB6027

History

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
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Date Journal Action
4/13/2010 HJ 32 Pg. 505 introduced by Representative Andy Neumann
4/13/2010 HJ 32 Pg. 505 read a first time
4/13/2010 HJ 32 Pg. 505 referred to Committee on Health Policy
4/14/2010 HJ 33 Pg. 510 printed bill filed 04/14/2010
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1813 reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1813 referred to second reading
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 read a second time
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 substitute H-1 not adopted
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 substitute H-2 adopted
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 placed on third reading
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 placed on immediate passage
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 read a third time
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 480 Yeas 68 Nays 32
11/10/2010 HJ 92 Pg. 1857 transmitted
11/30/2010 SJ 94 Pg. 1965 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY
12/02/2010 SJ 96 Pg. 2097 DISCHARGE COMMITTEE APPROVED
12/02/2010 SJ 96 Pg. 2097 PLACED ON ORDER OF GENERAL ORDERS
12/03/2010 SJ 97 Pg. 2143 REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
12/03/2010 SJ 97 Pg. 2143 PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
12/03/2010 SJ 97 Pg. 2144 RULES SUSPENDED
12/03/2010 SJ 97 Pg. 2144 PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
12/03/2010 SJ 97 Pg. 2153 PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 661 YEAS 33 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 4 NOT VOTING 0
12/03/2010 SJ 97 Pg. 2153 INSERTED FULL TITLE
12/03/2010 HJ 97 Pg. 2130 returned from Senate without amendment with immediate effect and full title
12/03/2010 HJ 97 Pg. 2130 full title agreed to
12/03/2010 HJ 97 Pg. 2130 bill ordered enrolled
12/15/2010 HJ 98 Pg. 2179 presented to the Governor 12/9/2010 @ 1:20 PM
12/29/2010 HJ 99 Pg. 2200 approved by the Governor 12/22/2010 @ 1:08 PM
12/29/2010 HJ 99 Pg. 2200 filed with Secretary of State 12/22/2010 @ 1:52 PM
12/29/2010 HJ 99 Pg. 2200 assigned PA 355'10 with immediate effect