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CommitteeJudiciary
Clerk Phone Number517-373-5323
LocationRoom 110, Farnum Building, 125 W. Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateWednesday, 4/30/2014
Time9:00 a.m.
AgendaSB 841 (Jones) Crimes; penalties; penalties for certain violations involving food assistance; revise, and provide for forfeiture of property obtained in the violation.

SB 842 (Jones) Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of food stamp fraud; revise to reflect increased penalties.

SB 843 (Jones) Human services; other; inspector general within the department of human services to appoint agents with limited arrest powers and the powers conferred on peace officers; allow.

SB 844 (Jones) Weapons; other; certain agents of the state department of human services office of inspector general; exempt from certain weapons prohibitions.

SB 857 (Schuitmaker) Torts; liability; administration of a drug in response to a drug overdose; provide protection from civil liability.

SB 858 (Schuitmaker) Crimes; controlled substances; immunity from criminal prosecution or administrative sanction for prescribing, dispensing, possessing, or administering opioid antagonist; provide for.

SB 859 (Schuitmaker) Health; emergency services; protocols that require emergency response vehicles to carry opioid antagonists and require emergency services personnel to be trained; require medical control authority to develop.

SB 860 (Schuitmaker) Health; pharmaceuticals; opioid antagonist including naloxone hydrochloride; allow prescribers to prescribe and pharmacists to dispense under certain circumstances to friends or family of individuals who may suffer overdose, and require department to publish a report.

HB 5085 (Potvin) Weapons; safety and training; requirement for physical presence of parent or guardian during use of a pistol by a minor; provide exception to certain individuals.

And any other business properly before the committee.
ChairRick Jones


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