House Bill 5404 of 2014 (Public Act 312 of 2014)

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Health; emergency services; protocols that require emergency response vehicles to carry opioid antagonists and require emergency services personnel to be trained; require medical control authority to develop. Amends secs. 20919 & 20965 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.20919 & 333.20965).

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House Introduced Bill
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As Passed by the House
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As Passed by the Senate
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House Concurred Bill
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Public Act
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Analysis

Senate Fiscal Agency Analysis

SUMMARY OF HOUSE-PASSED BILL IN COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 9-8-14)
This document analyzes HB5404, HB5405, HB5407
SUMMARY OF BILL REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 9-11-14)
This document analyzes HB5404, HB5405, HB5407
ANALYSIS AS ENACTED (Date Completed: 11-7-14)
This document analyzes SB0857, HB5404, HB5405, HB5407

House Fiscal Agency Analysis

Summary As Introduced (05-07-14)
This document analyzes HB5404, HB5405, HB5406, HB5407
Analysis as Reported From Committee (05-22-14)
This document analyzes HB5404, HB5405, HB5406, HB5407

History

(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
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Date Journal Action
3/11/2014 HJ 27 Pg. 351 introduced by Representative Hugh Crawford
3/11/2014 HJ 27 Pg. 351 read a first time
3/11/2014 HJ 27 Pg. 351 referred to Committee on Judiciary
3/12/2014 HJ 28 Pg. 385 printed bill filed 03/12/2014
5/15/2014 HJ 46 Pg. 850 reported with recommendation with amendment(s)
5/15/2014 HJ 46 Pg. 850 referred to second reading
5/22/2014 HJ 49 Pg. 914 read a second time
5/22/2014 HJ 49 Pg. 914 amended
5/22/2014 HJ 49 Pg. 914 placed on third reading
5/27/2014 HJ 50 Pg. 984 read a third time
5/27/2014 HJ 50 Pg. 984 passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 321 Yeas 109 Nays 1
5/27/2014 HJ 50 Pg. 984 transmitted
5/28/2014 SJ 50 Pg. 873 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
9/11/2014 SJ 62 Pg. 1629 REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
9/11/2014 SJ 62 Pg. 1629 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
9/11/2014 SJ 62 Pg. 1629 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
9/23/2014 SJ 66 Pg. 1674 REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
9/23/2014 SJ 66 Pg. 1674 SUBSTITUTE S-1 CONCURRED IN
9/23/2014 SJ 66 Pg. 1674 PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1
9/24/2014 SJ 67 Pg. 1701 PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 567 YEAS 37 NAYS 1 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0
9/24/2014 SJ 67 Pg. 1701 INSERTED FULL TITLE
9/24/2014 HJ 70 Pg. 1794 returned from Senate with substitute S-1 with immediate effect and full title
9/24/2014 HJ 70 Pg. 1794 laid over one day under the rules
10/01/2014 HJ 72 Pg. 1818 Senate substitute S-1 concurred in
10/01/2014 HJ 72 Pg. 1818 Roll Call # 505 Yeas 107 Nays 2
10/01/2014 HJ 72 Pg. 1818 full title agreed to
10/01/2014 HJ 72 Pg. 1818 bill ordered enrolled
10/22/2014 HJ 74 Pg. 1908 presented to the Governor 10/7/2014 @ 2:48 PM
10/22/2014 HJ 74 Pg. 1912 approved by the Governor 10/13/2014 @ 9:32 AM
10/22/2014 HJ 74 Pg. 1912 filed with Secretary of State 10/14/2014 @ 10:01 AM
10/22/2014 HJ 74 Pg. 1912 assigned PA 312'14 with immediate effect