Tuesday, September 25, 2018
8:30AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Law and Justice
Room 327, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 4607: Modifies the age of juvenile court jurisdiction and location of juvenile detention in some instances.

HB 4653: Modifies the age of juvenile in disposition of persons found not guilty by reason of insanity.

HB 4659: Raises age eligibility for youthful trainee status to 18 years.

HB 4662: Modifies the age of juvenile court jurisdiction in the Juvenile Diversion Act.

HB 4664: Modifies the definition of adult in the Michigan Indigent Defense Commission Act.

HB 4675: Modifies factors to consider when determining jurisdiction over juveniles in certain circumstances.

HB 4676: Modifies the age of juvenile jurisdiction in the Youth Rehabilitation Services Act.

HB 4677: Establishes the Family Advisory Board.

HB 4678: Establishes permissible purposes for closing an open meeting to include discussion of certain information by a family advisory board.

HB 4685: Revises the age limit for procedures for sentencing juveniles prosecuted for a personal protection order violation.

HB 4696: Requires reporting the number of juveniles under the age of 18 tried for felony or misdemeanors as adults.

HB 4741: Develops policies to limit the time confined in cells for incarcerated individuals under 21 years of age.

HB 4744: Modifies detention of juveniles in certain circumstances.

HB 4753: Modifies the specified juvenile violation definition in the Probate Code of 1939.

HB 4789: Increases a county child care fund reimbursement rate.

HB 4793: Revises criteria for juveniles who may be sentenced in the same manner as an adult.

HB 4850: Provides for jurisdiction for juveniles under age 18 arrested for nonlisted offenses in the family division of circuit court.

HB 4969: Precludes prejudication confinement of juveniles under 18 years of age in jail.

HB 4998: Expands penalties for false representation of a peace officer to include railroad officer.

HB 5637: Prohibits placement of a youth under 18 with adults during confinement, trial, or transport.

HB 6129: Provides for powers and duties of a directed trustee.

HB 6130: Provides for powers and duties of a directed trustee.

HB 6131: Provides for powers and duties of a directed trustee.

SB 844: Extends the date on which a criminal justice policy commission expires.
10:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Michigan Competitiveness
Room 307, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 6187: Requires the DNR to install markers or signage alerting vessel operators of the prohibition on the use of anchors in the Straits of Mackinac,

HB 6199: Provides for sentencing guidelines for violations of anchoring in the Straits of Mackinac.

HB 6200: Prohibits the use of anchors in the Straits of Mackinac and provides penalties for violations.

HB 6201: Modifies requirements for spill reporting and prevention response plans from straits gas or oil pipelines and provides penalties for releases of gas or oil into waters of the state.
10:30AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Commerce and Trade
Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
SB 711: Revises the Port Authority Act.

HB 4224: Allows resale of event tickets at higher or lower prices.
12:00PM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Judiciary
Room 326, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 5362: Modifies information required in a certificate of trust.

HB 5398: Allows the use of a certificate of trust under the estates and protected individuals code for a trust that affects real property.
1:30PM  Watch
House of Representatives Session
State Capitol
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Health Policy
Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 4440: Creates cytomegalovirus public education awareness.

HB 5036: Creates a council for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders.

HB 6202: Creates the Michigan CARES hotline.

SB 901: Modifies the definition of the practice of podiatric medicine and surgery.
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Government Operations
Room 308, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
SB 1051: Modifies the state budget process.

HB 6379: Allows for a retired legislative employee employed for a special assignment without forfeiting a retirement allowance.
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Appropriations
Room 352, House Appropriations, State Capitol Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HCR 26: A concurrent resolution relative to secondary road patrol funds for counties providing road patrol services to cities and villages.

HB 4602: Provides for technical amendments to the budget stabilization fund.

Legislative Transfer Request 2018-8
10:30AM  Watch
Subcommittee Meeting
Appropriations : Subcommittee on Higher Education
Room 352, House Appropriations, State Capitol Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
Michigan Independent Colleges and Universities (MICU) and the Importance of Student Financial Aid

Testimony from:
Robert LeFevre, President, MICU
Dr. Jeff Abernathy, President, Alma College
Dr. Kevin Quinn, President, Aquinas College
Dr. Richard Pappas, President, Davenport University
Sarah Anthony, Deputy Director of External Engagement, Michigan College Access Network
10:30AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Agriculture
Room 327, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 6122: Increases the allowable moisture level for soil from sugar beet production.

HB 6330: Establishes a licensing and oversight program for industrial hemp.

HB 6331: Modifies definitions of industrial hemp and marihuana.
12:00PM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Michigan Competitiveness
Room 307, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 6187: Requires the DNR to install markers or signage alerting vessel operators of the prohibition on the use of anchors in the Straits of Mackinac,

HB 6199: Provides for sentencing guidelines for violations of anchoring in the Straits of Mackinac.

HB 6200: Prohibits the use of anchors in the Straits of Mackinac and provides penalties for violations.

HB 6201: Modifies requirements for spill reporting and prevention response plans from straits gas or oil pipelines and provides penalties for releases of gas or oil into waters of the state.


1:30PM  Watch
House of Representatives Session
State Capitol
Thursday, September 27, 2018
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Oversight
Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
A discussion of the General Performance Audit on the Children's Protective Services Investigations.
12:00PM  Watch
House of Representatives Session
State Capitol