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2010 House Bill 6053: Revise pepper spray restrictions

Public Act 365 of 2010

Introduced by Rep. Hugh Crawford (R) on April 20, 2010
To exempt individuals with a concealed pistol permit from the state prohibition on the use pepper spray with a 10 percent oleoresin capsicum concentration in defense of their own property. Under current law private citizens can use 2 percent pepper spray.   Official Text and Analysis.
Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on April 20, 2010
Reported in the House on May 19, 2010
With the recommendation that the bill be referred to the Committee on Tourism, Outdoor Recreation and Natural Resources.
Referred to the House Natural Resources, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation Committee on May 19, 2010
Reported in the House on June 1, 2010
With the recommendation that the substitute (H-1) be adopted and that the bill then pass.
Substitute offered in the House on July 1, 2010
The substitute failed by voice vote in the House on July 1, 2010
Substitute offered by Rep. Kenneth Horn (R) on July 1, 2010
To replace the previous version of the bill with one that eliminates the 2 percent pepper spray capsicum limit altogether. Under the bill the limit would be 10 percent.
The substitute passed by voice vote in the House on July 1, 2010
To eliminate a prohibition on the use of pepper spray with a 10 percent oleoresin capsicum concentration in the reasonable defense of one's person or property. Under current law citizens are limited to 2 percent pepper spray.
Received in the Senate on July 21, 2010
Referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on July 21, 2010
To eliminate a prohibition on the use of pepper spray with a 10 percent oleoresin capsicum concentration in the reasonable defense of one's person or property. Under current law citizens are limited to 2 percent pepper spray .
Signed by Gov. Jennifer Granholm on December 22, 2010

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