House Bill 4769: Prohibits the Application of Any Foreign Law That Would Violate Our Constitutional Rights

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Last Updated: June 21, 2011
House Bill 4769: Prohibits the Application of Any Foreign Law That Would Violate Our Constitutional Rights
Sponsors:
Representatives Dave Agema, Thomas Hooker, Sharon Tyler, Tom McMillin, Pete Lund, Jon Bumstead, Ben Glardon, Kurt Heise, Bill Rogers, Peter MacGregor, Aric Nesbitt, Greg MacMaster, Ray Franz, Chuck Moss, Philip Potvin, Bob Genetski, Joe Haveman, Matt Lori, Peter Pettalia, Gail Haines, Mike Shirkey, Margaret O'Brien, Marty Knollenberg, Lisa Lyons, Ed McBroom, Paul Opsommer, Joel Johnson, Cindy Denby, Paul Muxlow, Rick Outman, Kurt Damrow, Brad Jacobsen, Bruce Rendon, Holly Hughes, Kenneth Kurtz, Amanda Price, Ken Yonker, Kevin Daley, Eileen Kowall, Matt Huuki, Paul Scott, and Kevin Cotter
Summary:

This is a companion bill to Senate Bill 701. It would prohibit the application of any foreign law that would violate a right guaranteed by the Constitution of Michigan or the United States.

HSLDA's Position:
Support.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

06/16/2011     (House)     Introduced by Representative Agema
06/16/2011     (House)     Read for the first time
06/16/2011     (House)     Referred to the Judiciary Committee
06/21/2011     (House)     Printed bill filed on 6/17/11
11/27/2012     (House)     Reported with recommendation without amendment

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