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House Bill 5739 (2008) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2008-HB-5739


Sponsors
Tom Pearce - (primary)Rebekah Warren, Kevin Green, Dudley Spade, Gino Polidori, Michael Lahti, Lorence Wenke, Jeff Mayes, Judy Emmons, Chris Ward, Tom Casperson, Joan Bauer, Doug Bennett, Steve Bieda, Terry Brown, Brenda Clack, Ed Clemente, Paul Condino, Bob Constan, Robert Dean, John Espinoza, Lee Gonzales, Martin Griffin, Richard Hammel, Ted Hammon, Dave Hildenbrand, Hoon-Yung Hopgood, Kenneth Horn, Robert Jones, Richard LeBlanc, Steven Lindberg, Mark Meadows, Tim Melton, Fred Miller, John Moolenaar, Tonya Schuitmaker, Bettie Scott, Rick Shaffer, Mike Simpson, Alma Smith, Steve Tobocman, Aldo Vagnozzi, Mary Valentine
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Categories 
Elections: voters; Elections: registration; Elections: election officials;

Elections; voters; identification requirement for voters who register by mail; allow individuals to present identification to any county, city, or township clerk office before an election. Amends sec. 509t of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.509t).

Bill Documents
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Documents
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Bill Analysis
House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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This document analyzes: HB5739
Load the Text Version Load the PDF VersionRevised Analysis as Reported from Committee (02-19-08)
This document analyzes: HB4774, HB5739


History
(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/14/2008HJ 14 Pg. 223introduced by Representative Tom Pearce
2/14/2008HJ 14 Pg. 223read a first time
2/14/2008HJ 14 Pg. 223referred to Committee on Ethics and Elections
2/19/2008HJ 15 Pg. 235printed bill filed 02/15/2007
2/19/2008HJ 15 Pg. 236reported with recommendation with amendment(s)
2/19/2008HJ 15 Pg. 236referred to second reading
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312read a second time
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312amended
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312placed on third reading
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312placed on immediate passage
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312read a third time
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 97 Yeas 101 Nays 5
2/26/2008HJ 18 Pg. 312transmitted
2/27/2008SJ 20 Pg. 310REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON CAMPAIGN AND ELECTION OVERSIGHT

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