2010 Michigan Compiled Laws
CONGRESSIONAL REDISTRICTING PLANS
Chapter 3 - FEDERAL AND INTERSTATE RELATIONS
Act 222 of 1999 - CONGRESSIONAL REDISTRICTING PLANS (3.71 - 3.75)
Act 222 of 1999
AN ACT to confer original jurisdiction on the supreme court to hear and decide cases on congressional redistricting; and to allow the supreme court to review and order congressional redistricting plans.
History: 1999, Act 222, Eff. Mar. 10, 2000
- Section 3.71 - Jurisdiction of supreme court to hear and decide cases involving congressional redistricting plan.
- Section 3.72 - Application for review by supreme court of redistricting plan; modification of plan by court; remand of plan to special master.
- Section 3.73 - Requesting supreme court to prepare redistricting plan for congressional districts.
- Section 3.74 - Actions to be taken by supreme court upon application or petition for review.
- Section 3.75 - Severability provision.
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