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Senate Bill 0117 (2011) rss


Sponsors
Steven Bieda - (primary)Glenn Anderson, Tupac Hunter, Jack Brandenburg, Gretchen Whitmer

Categories  Public employees and officers, ethics; Campaign finance, statements and reports; Elections, candidates; State agencies (existing), state; State agencies (existing), attorney general

Public employees and officers; ethics; financial disclosure report; require certain candidates for elective office and state and local officials to file. Creates new act.

Bill Document Formatting Information
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[House amended text].
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/9/2011SJ 10 Pg. 130REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND ELECTIONS