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Sponsors
Bruce R. Rendon - (primary)Jon Bumstead, John Kivela, Kevin Daley, Ken Goike, Phil Potvin, Kenneth Kurtz, Peter Pettalia, Rick Outman, Tim Kelly, Paul Muxlow, Joel Johnson, Ken Yonker, Dave Pagel, Dan Lauwers, Scott Dianda, Nancy Jenkins, Joseph Graves, Cindy Denby, Roger Victory, Ben Glardon, Hugh D. Crawford, Bob Genetski, Tom Hooker, Ray Franz, Ed McBroom, Lisa Posthumus Lyons, Frank Foster, Charles Smiley, Charles M. Brunner, Wayne A. Schmidt, Bill LaVoy, Matt Lori, Robert L. Kosowski, Dale W. Zorn, Joe Haveman, Kevin Cotter, Harvey Santana, Peter MacGregor, Pat Somerville, Rob VerHeulen, Bradford C. Jacobsen, Greg MacMaster, Al Pscholka, Eileen Kowall, Anthony G. Forlini, Tom Leonard, Mike Shirkey, Tom McMillin, Bill Rogers, Mike Callton, Martin Howrylak

Categories  Vehicles, off-road; Vehicles, equipment

Vehicles; off-road; helmet requirement; create exemption when property owner operating on own land. Amends secs. 81133 & 81147 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.81133 & 324.81147).

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House Fiscal Agency Analysis
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Senate Fiscal Analysis
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date JournalAction
12/11/2013HJ 105 Pg. 2006introduced by Representative Bruce Rendon
12/11/2013HJ 105 Pg. 2006read a first time
12/11/2013HJ 105 Pg. 2006referred to Committee on Tourism
12/12/2013HJ 106 Pg. 2063printed bill filed 12/11/2013
2/6/2014HJ 14 Pg. 144reported with recommendation with substitute H-1
2/6/2014HJ 14 Pg. 144referred to second reading
2/13/2014HJ 17 Pg. 179read a second time
2/13/2014HJ 17 Pg. 179substitute H-1 adopted and amended
2/13/2014HJ 17 Pg. 179placed on third reading
2/18/2014HJ 18 Pg. 199read a third time
2/18/2014HJ 18 Pg. 199passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 52 Yeas 99 Nays 9
2/18/2014HJ 18 Pg. 199title amended
2/18/2014HJ 18 Pg. 199transmitted
2/19/2014SJ 17 Pg. 179REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON OUTDOOR RECREATION AND TOURISM
3/25/2014SJ 31 Pg. 454REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2
3/25/2014SJ 31 Pg. 454COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
3/25/2014SJ 31 Pg. 454REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2