Printed on Friday, November 22, 2019
Michigan Compiled Laws Complete Through PA 93 of 2019
Senate Bill 0031 (2019)
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Recreation: state parks
Natural resources: funding
Recreation; state parks; recreation passport requirements and uses; expand to include designated trailheads and state forest campgrounds. Amends secs. 2001, 72302, 74101, 74116, 74117, 74120, 74122, 78101, 78105 & 83106 of
1994 PA 451
et seq.) & repeals sec. 78119 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL
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