Tuesday, May 29, 2018
8:15AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Energy Policy
Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
SB 637: Standardizes permits, fees, right-of-way use, and other regulation of wireless telecommunication service providers.

SB 894: Makes regulation of wireless communications infrastructure subject to the Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act.

HB 5837: Expands membership or associated membership in a joint agency to another state or Canadian province under certain conditions.
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Michigan Competitiveness
Room 308, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
SB 1016: Reduces the corporate income tax rate for certain gross premiums of health insurers.
10:30AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Transportation and Infrastructure
Room 521, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 5640: Modifies the definition of railroad train, train, and other on-track equipment.

HB 5641: Creates a definition of other on-track equipment.

HB 5642: Expands certain criteria for the operation of a vehicle at railroad crossings.

HB 5643: Expands certain criteria for operation of a vehicle at railroad crossings.

SB 622: Designates a portion of US-23 as the "Peter A. Pettalia Memorial Highway."

HB 5542: Eliminates a requirement that police officers take security from nonresident motorists for civil infractions in Motor Carrier Safety Act.

HB 6011: Enters the state of Michigan into a national driver license compact.

HB 6012: Modifies the procedure when a nonresident motorist does not comply with a traffic citation in this state.

SB 836: Modifies weight restrictions for tandem axle assemblies.

SB 915: Provides for a maximum width of school buses and exempts them from seasonal road restrictions.

HB 6028: Makes general revisions to the Pupil Transportation Act.

HB 6013: Creates the Michigan Innovative Transportation Board.

HB 6014: Provides for funding for innovative materials and construction allocated to the state trunk line fund.

HB 6015: Creates a pool of funds for distribution by the Michigan Innovative Transportation Board to road commissions to be used for innovative materials and construction projects.
10:30AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Commerce and Trade
Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
SB 916: Regulates automatic recycling kiosks operated by junk and secondhand dealers.

HR 339: Urges the U.S. President to aggressively enforce the terms, conditions, and intent of the Buy American Act and to urges that no waivers be granted.

HB 4224: Allows the resale of event tickets at higher or lower prices.
12:00PM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Judiciary
Room 326, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
A presentation by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs.

SB 80: Expands samples used for chemical analysis to include urine, and expands implied consent under certain circumstances.

HB 5942: Provides for penalties for threatening a school with a firearm or other deadly or dangerous weapon.

HB 5943: Enacts sentencing guidelines for threatening a school with a firearm or other deadly or dangerous weapon.
1:30PM  Watch
House of Representatives Session
State Capitol
3:00PM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Local Government
Room 521, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 5955: Limits the authority of political subdivisions to enforce or impose occupational fees or licensing requirements or to regulate certain professions.

HB 5956: Clarifies and limits the authority of townships to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations; clarify and limit.

HB 5957: Clarifies and limits the authority of villages to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5958: Clarifies and limits the authority of townships to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5959: Clarifies and limits the authority of charter townships to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5960: Clarifies and limits the authority of cities to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5961: Clarifies and limits the authority of fourth class cities to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5962: Clarifies and limits the authority of counties to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5963: Clarifies and limits the authority of general law villages to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5964: Clarifies and limits the authority of an optional unified form of county government to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

HB 5965: Clarifies and limits the authority of charter counties to impose licensing requirements on certain occupations.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Appropriations
Room 352, House Appropriations, State Capitol Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
SB 988: Eliminates a sunset on certain administrative rate changes to foster care services.

SB 1015: Modifies the state retention amount from funds generated through hospital assessments.
9:00AM  Watch
Standing Committee Meeting
Natural Resources
Room 326, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
Agenda:
HB 5836: Allows for electronic verification of a boater's safety certificate verification.

HB 5988: Waives fines and costs for failure to produce a boater's safety certificate on demand of a peace officer if an electronic copy is produced before citation appearance date.

HB 5989: Requires the Department of Natural Resources to develop the means for an individual to display an electronic copy of a boater's safety certificate to a peace officer.

SB 542: Limits the scope of required notification regarding a pesticide notification registry.

HB 5866: Provides for general amendments to fishing regulations.

HB 5889: Provides for lake level assessment fee reimbursement under certain circumstances.

HB 6076: Includes special assessments pertaining to payments in lieu of taxes.
10:00AM  Watch
House of Representatives Session
State Capitol
Thursday, May 31, 2018
10:00AM  Watch
House of Representatives Session
State Capitol