Mich. bill advances, but sponsor notes flaws
Mar 20, 2014 | 02:01 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK The Michigan House of Representatives has passed a bill regulating ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal purchases, although one of the bills original sponsors has warned that it contains loopholes regarding cash payments.
The final bill differs from the original version by regulating both ferrous and nonferrous scrap metal purchases. It also requires purchasers of scrap metal to retain a photograph of scrap sellers and the material they are selling.....
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