HB 4396

  • Michigan House Bill
  • 2021-2022 Regular Session
  • Introduced in House Mar 02, 2021
  • Passed House May 12, 2021
  • Passed Senate May 19, 2021
  • Governor

Appropriations: zero budget; corrections; provide for fiscal year 2021-2022. Creates appropriation act.

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Actions


Jun 01, 2021

House

referred to conference committee 05/27/2021

May 27, 2021

Senate

SENATE NAMED CONFEREES 05/27/2021: SENS. JOHN BIZON, JIM STAMAS, ADAM HOLLIER

May 26, 2021

House

Senate substitute (S-1) nonconcurred in

House

House conferees named 05/26/2021: Reps. Bradley Slagh Sarah L. Lightner Tyrone Carter

House

roll call Roll Call # 248 Yeas 0 Nays 109 Excused 0 Not Voting 1

May 19, 2021

House

returned from Senate with substitute (S-1)

House

laid over one day under the rules

Senate

PASSED ROLL CALL # 198 YEAS 20 NAYS 16 EXCUSED 0 NOT VOTING 0

May 18, 2021

Senate

SUBSTITUTE (S-1) CONCURRED IN

Senate

PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-1)

Senate

REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-1)

May 13, 2021

Senate

RULES SUSPENDED

Senate

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

May 12, 2021

House

transmitted

House

passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 192 Yeas 65 Nays 42 Excused 0 Not Voting 3

House

read a third time

House

placed on immediate passage

House

placed on third reading

House

substitute (H-1) adopted and amended

House

read a second time

May 11, 2021

House

referred to second reading

House

reported with recommendation with substitute (H-1)

Mar 03, 2021

House

bill electronically reproduced 03/02/2021

Mar 02, 2021

House

read a first time

House

introduced by Representative Bradley Slagh

House

referred to Committee on Appropriations

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
House Introduced Bill HTML
As Passed by the House HTML
As Passed by the Senate HTML

Related Documents

Document Format
Analysis as Passed By The House (5/14/2021)
Analysis as Reported From Committee (5/6/2021)
Analysis as Reported From Subcommittee (4/21/2021)

Sources

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