House Bill 5261 of 2021 (Public Act 41 of 2022)

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Health: patient directives; circumstances in which an individual with a nonopioid directive form may be administered an opioid; modify. Amends sec. 9145 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.9145).

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As Passed by the Senate
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Analysis

Senate Fiscal Agency Analysis

SUMMARY OF HOUSE-PASSED BILL IN COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 2-3-22)
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SUMMARY OF BILL REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 3-9-22)
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House Fiscal Agency Analysis

Summary as Introduced (10/27/2021)
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Summary as Reported from Committee/Enacted Version (11/30/2021)
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History

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
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Date Journal Action
8/17/2021 HJ 68 Pg. 1354 introduced by Representative Abdullah Hammoud
8/17/2021 HJ 68 Pg. 1354 read a first time
8/17/2021 HJ 68 Pg. 1354 referred to Committee on Health Policy
8/18/2021 HJ 69 Pg. 1379 bill electronically reproduced 08/17/2021
11/04/2021 HJ 93 Pg. 2072 reported with recommendation with substitute (H-1)
11/04/2021 HJ 93 Pg. 2072 referred to second reading
11/10/2021 HJ 95 Pg. 2120 read a second time
11/10/2021 HJ 95 Pg. 2120 substitute (H-1) adopted
11/10/2021 HJ 95 Pg. 2120 placed on third reading
12/01/2021 HJ 97 Pg. 2153 read a third time
12/01/2021 HJ 97 Pg. 2153 passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 561 Yeas 97 Nays 3 Excused 0 Not Voting 7
12/01/2021 HJ 97 Pg. 2153 transmitted
12/02/2021 SJ 95 Pg. 1940 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON HEALTH POLICY AND HUMAN SERVICES
3/08/2022 SJ 23 Pg. 281 REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
3/08/2022 SJ 23 Pg. 281 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
3/08/2022 SJ 23 Pg. 281 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
3/09/2022 SJ 24 Pg. 293 REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
3/09/2022 SJ 24 Pg. 293 PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
3/10/2022 SJ 25 Pg. 310 PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 72 YEAS 38 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
3/10/2022 SJ 25 Pg. 311 INSERTED FULL TITLE
3/10/2022 HJ 25 Pg. 344 returned from Senate without amendment with immediate effect and full title
3/10/2022 HJ 25 Pg. 344 full title agreed to
3/10/2022 HJ 25 Pg. 344 bill ordered enrolled
3/15/2022 HJ 26 Pg. 361 presented to the Governor 03/15/2022 09:17 AM
3/23/2022 HJ 30 Pg. 437 approved by the Governor 03/23/2022 09:47 AM
3/23/2022 HJ 30 Pg. 437 filed with Secretary of State 03/23/2022 10:50 AM
3/23/2022 HJ 30 Pg. 437 assigned PA 41'22 with immediate effect