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Senate Joint Resolution G (2019) rss?
Friendly Link: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?2019-SJR-G

Jim Runestad (district 15)
Peter Lucido, Tom  Barrett, Jon Bumstead, Ruth Johnson, Roger Victory, Dale Zorn, Michael MacDonald, Ed McBroom, Jeff Irwin, Marshall Bullock, Curtis Hertel, Mallory McMorrow, Dan Lauwers, Kenneth Horn, Rick Outman, Paul Wojno, Kimberly LaSata, Betty Jean Alexander, Jeremy Moss, Sylvia Santana, Rosemary Bayer, Dayna Polehanki, Winnie Brinks, Jim Ananich, Adam Hollier, Aric Nesbitt, Peter MacGregor

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Criminal procedure: warrants; Criminal procedure: search and seizure; Constitutional amendments: state;

Criminal procedure; warrants; search and seizure protections; expand to include search and seizure of electronic communications and data. Amends sec. 11, art. I of the state constitution.

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