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House Bill 4334 (2005) rss
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2005-HB-4334

Gabe Leland - (primary)George Cushingberry, Jr., Frank Accavitti, Brenda Clack, Steve Tobocman, Tupac Hunter, Michael C Murphy, Matthew Gillard, Morris Hood III, Alma Smith, Jim Plakas, Steve Bieda, Fred Miller, Lee Gonzales, Barbara Farrah, Stephen Adamini, Bill McConico, Paula Zelenko, Virgil Smith, LaMar Lemmons III
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Insurance: property and casualty; Insurance: essential; Insurance: no-fault; Consumer credit: other; Consumer protection: unfair trade practices;

Insurance; property and casualty; credit rating; prohibit to be used in premium discount plans or rates. Amends sec. 2110a of 1956 PA 218 (MCL 500.2110a) & adds sec. 2402a.

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Bill Analysis

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
2/17/2005HJ 11 Pg. 185introduced by Representative Gabe Leland
2/17/2005HJ 11 Pg. 185read a first time
2/17/2005HJ 11 Pg. 185referred to Committee on Insurance
2/22/2005HJ 12 Pg. 195printed bill filed 02/18/2005

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