Calendar
06/20/2022 to 06/24/2022
08:00 AM
Room 327, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
  • SB 39 (Sen. Roger Victory) Highways: construction and repair; actions against county road commissions for highway defects; clarify that they are subject to governmental immunity act.

    SB 43 (Sen. Roger Victory) Torts: governmental immunity; liability for highway defects; clarify that governmental tort liability act applies to county road commissions.

    Discussion on PFAS Regulation and the Impact to Airports

    - Torrance Richardson and Kevin Klein from the Michigan Association of Airport Executives

    - Travis Boeskool - EGLE Legislative Liaison, and Abigail Hendershot – Executive Director of MPART


Agenda
09:00 AM
Room 521, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
  • SB 600 (Sen. Lana Theis) Education: attendance; requirements for public schools concerning certain vaccinations; modify.

    SB 601 (Sen. Lana Theis) Education: other; requirements for public schools concerning the wearing of face masks and certain testing; implement.

    SB 602 (Sen. Tom Barrett) Health: diseases; requirement for a child to receive emergency use authorization vaccination, wear a face mask, or be tested for certain diseases; prohibit under certain circumstances.

    SB 603 (Sen. Kimberly A. LaSata) Health: diseases; issuing emergency orders requiring students to wear a mask, receive emergency use authorization vaccination, or be tested for certain diseases to attend school, participate in school sanctioned activities, or ride the bus; prohibit.


Agenda
09:00 AM
Room 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
  • HB 4847 (Rep. Graham Filler) Probate: guardians and conservators; requirements to be appointed as guardian or conservator; modify.

    HB 4848 (Rep. Graham Filler) Probate: guardians and conservators; duties of guardians, conservators, and guardian ad litem; modify.

    HB 4849 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Probate: guardians and conservators; appointment; modify procedure.

    HB 4850 (Rep. Rodney Wakeman) Probate: guardians and conservators; appointment of a temporary guardian; modify procedure, and modify procedure for removing a conservator.

    HB 5486 (Rep. Samantha Steckloff) Consumer protection: consumer solicitation; failure of online marketplaces and high-volume third-party sellers to obtain or disclose certain information; make unfair trade practice.

    HB 5487 (Rep. Mark Tisdel) Consumer protection: consumer solicitation; high-volume third-party sellers to provide certain information to online marketplaces; require.

    HB 6124 (Rep. Ann Bollin) Elections: challengers; training requirements for election challengers; provide for, and provide for comprehensive election challenger training for county clerks, political parties, and other organizations.

    SB 406 (Sen. Tom Barrett) Corrections: state facilities; certain individuals to immediately be housed in department of corrections; require.


02:00 PM
Room 307, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
  • SB 991 (Sen. Rick Outman) Environmental protection: underground storage tanks; placement distance of underground storage tanks from a public water supply system; revise.


02:30 PM
Room 521, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
  • HB 4875 (Rep. Julie Alexander) Land use: zoning and growth management; aggregates mining; modify conditions under which zoning ordinance may prohibit.

    SB 429 (Sen. Jim Ananich) Natural resources: mining; regulations for mining of sand and gravel operations; modify.

    SB 430 (Sen. Jim Ananich) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for violation of intentional false statement in a mining permit application or report; provide for.

    SB 431 (Sen. Jim Ananich) Land use: zoning and growth management; mining; modify conditions under which zoning ordinance may prohibit.


Agenda
02:30 PM
Room 326, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
  • HB 6184 (Rep. Julie Alexander) Health: diseases; time limits on emergency orders issued in response to an epidemic; provide for unless extension is approved by the legislature and require emergency order to include certain information.

    HB 6185 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Insurance: other; 1933 PA 66; repeal.

    HB 6186 (Rep. Ann Bollin) Financial institutions: banks; authority to close certain banks and savings and loan association definitions; modify.

    HB 6187 (Rep. Daire Rendon) Natural resources: other; emergency order regarding mineral wells; repeal.

    HB 6188 (Rep. Andrew Fink) Mobile homes: other; summary suspension of license; repeal.

    HB 6189 (Rep. Greg VanWoerkom) Environmental protection: solid waste; denial of construction permit or operating license and grounds for order revoking, suspending, or restricting permit or license; modify.

    HB 6190 (Rep. Ann Bollin) Trade: securities; grounds for denial, revocation, suspension, or postponement of license; modify.

    HB 6191 (Rep. Sue Allor) Natural resources: mining; abandoned mine reclamation fund; repeal.

    HB 6192 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Natural resources: hunting; department of natural resources' ability to issue orders suspending an open season for fish, game, or fur-bearing animals; repeal.

    HB 6193 (Rep. Andrew Fink) Housing: inspection; provision related to infected and uninhabitable dwellings to be vacated; modify.

    HB 6194 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Health: diseases; time limits on certain orders issued in response to imminent dangers; provide for.

    HB 6195 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Health: other; time limitations on actions taken by the director in response to a menace to public health; provide for.

    HB 6196 (Rep. Sue Allor) Water supply: quality and standards; time limits on emergency orders issued in response to safe drinking water act; provide for unless extension is approved by the legislature.

    HB 6197 (Rep. Daire Rendon) Trade: consumer goods and services; time limits on emergency orders issued in response to adulterated products; provide for unless extension is approved by the legislature.

    HB 6198 (Rep. Steven Johnson) Labor: health and safety; notice to the legislature; require the department to provide after it petitions the court regarding an imminent danger.

    HB 6199 (Rep. Julie Alexander) Agriculture: diseases and pests; notification to legislature of dangerous insects or infectious diseases found to exist; require.

    HB 6200 (Rep. Mark Tisdel) Human services: county services; notice to legislature of suspension of payments; require.

    HB 6201 (Rep. Beth Griffin) Health: controlled substances; suspension of controlled substance license if imminent danger to public health or safety; require notice to legislature.

    HB 6202 (Rep. David Martin) Energy: other; notification to legislature of a declaration of state of energy emergency; require within 24 hours.

    HB 6203 (Rep. Steven Johnson) Water supply: dams; actions ordered or taken by the department under certain emergency orders; modify.

    HB 6205 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Watercraft: other; requirement to notify legislature when department issues orders; provide for.

    HB 6204 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Natural resources: nonnative species; actions ordered or taken by the department under certain emergency orders; modify.

    HB 6206 (Rep. Beth Griffin) Administrative procedure: rules; requirement for additional extension; provide notification to the legislature.

    HB 6207 (Rep. Andrew Beeler) Natural resources: mining; requirement to notify legislature when department issues orders; provide for.

    HB 6208 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Natural resources: mining; actions ordered or taken by the department suspending mining operations; modify.

    HB 6209 (Rep. Timothy Beson) Health: other; issuance of an order to require immediate action to protect occupational or public health and safety; require department to provide notice to legislature.

    HB 6210 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Health facilities: licensing; emergency order summarily withdrawing mammography authorization; require department to notify legislature after issuance of order.

    HB 6212 (Rep. Jeff Yaroch) Fire: other; circuit court order to abate, remove, correct, or discontinue a fire hazard; require state fire marshal to provide notice to certain members of the legislature within 24 hours.

    HB 6213 (Rep. Gary Eisen) Drains: other; actions ordered or taken by the department of a filing petition; modify.

    HB 6214 (Rep. Julie Calley) Health: diseases; warning notice issued to individuals who are health threats to others; require department or local health department to notify legislature after issuance of notice.