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Kristy Pagan (district 21)
Pamela Hornberger, Annette Glenn, Julie Alexander, Angela Witwer, Laurie Pohutsky, Julie Brixie, Cara Clemente, Jim Ellison, Jon Hoadley, Rachel Hood, Abdullah Hammoud, Vanessa Guerra, Mari Manoogian, Alex Garza, David LaGrand, Mary Whiteford, Kyra Harris Bolden, Kevin Hertel, Matt Koleszar, Daire Rendon, Padma Kuppa, Terry Sabo, Brian Elder, Robert Wittenberg, Sheryl Kennedy, Cynthia Johnson, Karen Whitsett, Tim Sneller, Sheldon Neeley, William Sowerby, Darrin Camilleri, Tyrone Carter, Nate Shannon, Roger Hauck, Joseph Tate, Donna Lasinski, Christine Greig, Wendell Byrd, LaTanya Garrett, Rebekah Warren, Jewell Jones, Yousef Rabhi, Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, Ryan Berman, Leslie Love

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Children: protection; Children: services; Children: child abuse or child neglect;

Children; protection; distribution of training package to individuals designated as mandatory reporters for child abuse or child neglect; require. Amends 1975 PA 238 (MCL 722.621 - 722.638) by adding sec. 3b.

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(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
3/14/2019HJ 27 Pg. 278introduced by Representative Kristy Pagan
3/14/2019HJ 27 Pg. 278read a first time
3/14/2019HJ 27 Pg. 278referred to Committee on Judiciary
3/19/2019HJ 28 Pg. 304bill electronically reproduced 03/14/2019
6/11/2019HJ 59 Pg. 702reported with recommendation without amendment
6/11/2019HJ 59 Pg. 702referred to second reading
6/18/2019HJ 62 Pg. 802read a second time
6/18/2019HJ 62 Pg. 802placed on third reading
6/19/2019HJ 63 Pg. 836read a third time
6/19/2019HJ 63 Pg. 836passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 147 Yeas 109 Nays 0 Excused 0 Not Voting 1
6/19/2019HJ 63 Pg. 836transmitted

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