No. 30

MICHIGAN HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

DAILY CALENDAR

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

1:30 P.M.

MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS

1

HR 99 Rep. Dillon
A resolution to memorialize the Congress and the President of the United States to oppose any proposal that will eliminate the traditional Medicare program and to convert the Medicaid program to a block grant.
(Motion to discharge; passed for day June 15, 2011.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Government Operations given by Rep. Dillon June 14, 2011.)

2

HB 4081 Rep. Slavens
Retirement; legislative; retirement health care benefits for legislators; eliminate.
Amends secs. 50b & 75 of 1957 PA 261 (MCL 38.1050b & 38.1075).
(Motion to discharge; passed for day June 16, 2011.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics given by Rep. Slavens June 15, 2011.)

3

HB 4440 Rep. Brown
Torts; product liability; limitation on liability for drugs that have been approved by federal food and drug administration; rescind.
Amends sec. 2946 of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.2946).
(Motion to discharge; record roll call ordered; passed for day October 5, 2011.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Judiciary given by Rep. Brown October 4, 2011.)

4

HB 4650 Rep. Ananich
Consumer protection; unfair trade practices; liability for inaccurate representations concerning risks of certain drugs, medications, and supplements; clarify.
Amends secs. 2 & 3 of 1976 PA 331 (MCL 445.902 & 445.903).
(Motion to discharge; record roll call ordered; passed for day October 5, 2011.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Judiciary given by Rep. Brown October 4, 2011.)

5

HB 5008 Rep. Lipton
Public utilities; public service commission; low-income and energy efficiency fund; create.
Creates new act.
(Motion to discharge; record roll call ordered; passed for day December 7, 2011.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Energy and Technology given by Rep. Lipton December 6, 2011.)

6

HB 4619 Rep. Ananich
Employment security; administration; maximum benefit period; modify.
Amends sec. 27 of 1936 (Ex Sess) PA 1 (MCL 421.27).
(Motion to discharge; passed for day February 23, 2012.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Commerce given by Rep. Switalski February 22, 2012.)

7

SB 971 Sen. Richardville
Labor; public service employment; definition of public employee; restrict.
Amends sec. 1 of 1947 PA 336 (MCL 423.201).
(Reported by the Committee on Government Operations.)
(Passed; motion for immediate effect; record roll call ordered; passed for day March 1, 2012.)
(For Senate amendment, see Senate Journal No. 17, page 231.)

8

HB 5144 Rep. Smiley
Income tax; credit; credit against corporate income tax for certain employers that provide employment for certain veterans; create.
Amends 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.1 - 206.713) by adding sec. 672a.
(Motion to discharge; passed for day March 1, 2012.)
(Notice of intent to discharge from the Committee on Tax Policy given by Rep. Smiley February 29, 2012.)

REPORTS OF SELECT COMMITTEES

9

SB 169 Sen. Green
Appropriations; zero budget; department of agriculture and rural development; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 24, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 47 of 2011, page 747.)

10

SB 178 Sen. Schuitmaker
Appropriations; zero budget; higher education; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 24, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 47 of 2011, page 756.)

11

SB 179 Sen. Caswell
Appropriations; zero budget; department of human services; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 24, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 47 of 2011, page 769.)

12

SB 181 Sen. Colbeck
Appropriations; zero budget; department of military and veterans affairs; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 24, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 47 of 2011, page 788.)

13

SB 184 Sen. Colbeck
Appropriations; zero budget; department of state police; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 24, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 47 of 2011, page 797.)

14

SB 171 Sen. Booher
Appropriations; zero budget; community colleges; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 821.)

15

SB 174 Sen. Walker
Appropriations; zero budget; department of education; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 827.)

16

SB 175 Sen. Jansen
Appropriations; zero budget; department of energy, labor, and economic growth; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 836.)

17

SB 176 Sen. Green
Appropriations; zero budget; department of environmental quality; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 849.)

18

SB 180 Sen. Proos
Appropriations; zero budget; judiciary; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 865.)

19

SB 182 Sen. Green
Appropriations; zero budget; department of natural resources; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 871.)

20

SB 183 Sen. Walker
Appropriations; zero budget; multisection school aid; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Amends secs. 11 & 17b of 1979 PA 94 (MCL 388.1611 & 388.1617b).
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 25, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 48 of 2011, page 884.)

21

SB 172 Sen. Moolenaar
Appropriations; zero budget; department of community health; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 26, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 49 of 2011, page 1224.)

22

SB 173 Sen. Proos
Appropriations; zero budget; department of corrections; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 26, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 49 of 2011, page 1250.)

23

SB 177 Sen. Pappageorge
Appropriations; zero budget; general government; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 26, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 49 of 2011, page 1274.)

24

SB 185 Sen. Pappageorge
Appropriations; zero budget; department of transportation; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012.
Creates appropriation act.
(Conference report received; laid over 1 day May 26, 2011.)
(For conference report, see House Journal No. 49 of 2011, page 1320.)

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES

25

HR 156 Rep. Meadows
A resolution to memorialize Congress to resolve the internet taxation issue and enact legislation, such as the Main Street Fairness Act, to allow states to collect sales taxes on internet and other remote sales transactions.
(Reported by the Committee on Tax Policy.)
(For text of resolution, see House Journal No. 92 of 2011, page 2590 or Session Website.)

26

HCR 11 Rep. Agema
A concurrent resolution to memorialize Congress to adopt and present to the states for ratification an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to establish fundamental parental rights.
(Reported by the Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors.)
(For text of resolution, see House Journal No. 39 of 2011, page 576 or Session Website.)

27

HCR 49 Rep. Brunner
A concurrent resolution approving the conveyance of property to the State Building Authority and approving a lease between the State of Michigan and the State Building Authority relative to the Department of State Police Bay City State Police Post.
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)
(For text of resolution, see House Journal No. 12, page 148 or Session Website.)
(This resolution is offered to comply with MCL 830.415 and MCL 830.417 and requires a record roll call vote.)

28

HR 111 Rep. Haveman
A resolution to memorialize the President and the United States Congress to enact legislation protecting the rights of conscience of students seeking counseling degrees and licensed professional counselors.
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For text of resolution, see House Journal No. 63 of 2011, page 2001 or Session Website.)

29

HR 112 Rep. Haveman
A resolution to urge Michigan's public universities to adopt policies to protect the rights of students in counseling, social work, or psychology programs who are faced with situations that conflict with their religious beliefs.
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For text of resolution, see House Journal No. 63 of 2011, page 2001 or Session Website.)

30

HCR 46 Rep. Pettalia
A concurrent resolution to memorialize Congress to reconsider cuts to vocational education.
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For text of resolution, see House Journal No. 9, page 102 or Session Website.)

MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE

31

HB 4747 Rep. Agema
Transportation; funds; disposition and use of revenues from fee increases; modify, and earmark into state trunkline fund.
Amends sec. 819 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.819).
(Returned from Senate with Senate substitute (S-2) and immediate effect; laid over 1 day July 27, 2011.)
(I.E. House June 23, 2011.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

32

HB 4647 Rep. Heise
Civil procedure; evidence; expert witness testimony; allow to be presented by video communication equipment.
Amends 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.101 - 600.9947) by adding sec. 2164a.
(Returned from Senate with Senate substitute (S-1) and immediate effect; laid over 1 day March 15, 2012.)
(I.E. House December 14, 2011.)
(For House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

33

HB 4691 Rep. Heise
Courts; juries; exemption for nursing mothers from jury duty; provide for under certain circumstances.
Amends sec. 1307a of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.1307a).
(Returned from Senate with Senate substitute (S-1) and immediate effect; laid over 1 day March 15, 2012.)
(I.E. House November 8, 2011.)
(For House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

THIRD READING

34

HB 4306 Rep. Agema
Education; school districts; contracting and competitive bidding for certain noninstructional services; require.
Amends 1976 PA 451 (MCL 380.1 - 380.1852) by adding sec. 1245.
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For House substitute (H-4), see Session Website.)
(For House amendments, see House Journal No. 41 of 2011, page 621 or Session Website.)

35

SB 409 Sen. Hansen
Income tax; deductions; certain pension income; exclude.
Amends sec. 30 of 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.30).
(Rule suspended; placed directly on calendar.)
(Read a third time; postponed temporarily June 30, 2011.)
(For Senate amendment, see Senate Journal No. 53 of 2011, page 1463 or Session Website.)

36

SJR C Sen. Jansen
Labor; civil service employment; health benefits of public employees and officers; allow legislature to regulate.
Amends the state constitution by adding sec. 9 to art. XI.
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)
(Not adopted; motion to reconsider postponed temporarily June 30, 2011.)
(Reconsidered; passed for day August 24, 2011.)
(For House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(Requires 2/3 vote for adoption, Const. 1963, Art. 4, Sec. 43.)

37

HB 4602 Rep. Hobbs
Property tax; assessments; assessment of commercial rental property; revise.
Amends sec. 34d of 1893 PA 206 (MCL 211.34d).
(Reported by the Committee on Tax Policy.)
(For House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

38

HB 4917 Rep. Pettalia
Natural resources; hunting; transporting of crossbow; revise requirements.
Amends sec. 40111 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.40111).
(Reported by the Committee on Natural Resources, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation.)
(Read a third time; postponed temporarily December 1, 2011.)

39

HB 5174 Rep. Bumstead
Corrections; other; use of a certain youth correctional facility to house adult inmates; provide for.
Amends secs. 20g & 20i of 1953 PA 232 (MCL 791.220g & 791.220i).
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)
(For House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)
(For House amendments, see House Journal No. 16, page 209 or Session Website.)

40

HB 5177 Rep. Haveman
Corrections; other; use of a certain youth correctional facility to house adult inmates; provide for.
Amends secs. 29, 63, 63a, 69a & 70 of 1953 PA 232 (MCL 791.229 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)

41

HB 5146 Rep. MacGregor
Use tax; collections; tax for use or consumption for a manufacturer that affixes a product to real estate; clarify.
Amends sec. 3a of 1937 PA 94 (MCL 205.93a).
(Reported by the Committee on Tax Policy.)

42

SB 356 Sen. Jones
Crimes; animals; forfeiture of real property used in the commission of animal fighting; allow.
Amends sec. 4702 of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.4702).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

43

SB 357 Sen. Johnson
Civil procedure; civil actions; property on which animal fighting is conducted; declare to be a nuisance.
Amends sec. 3801 of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.3801).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

44

SB 358 Sen. Bieda
Crimes; animals; racketeering statute; include animal fighting as predicate offense.
Amends sec. 159g of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.159g).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

45

HB 4435 Rep. Johnson
Weapons; licensing; waiver for certain individuals to carry weapon in weapon-free zones; expand to include certain retired corrections officers.
Amends sec. 5o of 1927 PA 372 (MCL 28.425o).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

46

HB 5287 Rep. McBroom
Education; financing; investments in certain deposit accounts; authorize.
Amends secs. 622 & 1223 of 1976 PA 451 (MCL 380.622 & 380.1223).
(Reported by the Committee on Banking and Financial Services.)

47

HB 5288 Rep. Womack
Higher education; community colleges; investments in certain deposit accounts; authorize.
Amends sec. 142 of 1966 PA 331 (MCL 389.142).
(Reported by the Committee on Banking and Financial Services.)

48

HB 5289 Rep. Ouimet
Local government; financing; investments in certain deposit accounts; authorize.
Amends sec. 1 of 1943 PA 20 (MCL 129.91).
(Reported by the Committee on Banking and Financial Services.)

49

SB 727 Sen. Booher
Courts; circuit court; requirement for circuit court to consent to appointment of assistant prosecutor by prosecuting attorney in certain cases; eliminate.
Amends sec. 18, ch. XVI of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 776.18).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

50

SB 728 Sen. Booher
Courts; circuit court; requirement for circuit court to consent to appointment of assistant prosecutor by the prosecutor in certain cases; eliminate.
Amends sec. 1 of 1911 PA 41 (MCL 49.41).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

SECOND READING

51

HB 4523 Rep. Moss
Appropriations; zero budget; omnibus budget appropriations bill; provide for.
Creates appropriation act.
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

52

HB 4524 Rep. Moss
Appropriations; zero budget; omnibus budget appropriations bill; provide for.
Creates appropriation act.
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

53

HB 4525 Rep. Moss
Appropriations; zero budget; omnibus budget appropriations bill; provide for.
Creates appropriation act.
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

54

HB 4133 Rep. Heise
Water; quality; water quality alliances; provide for.
Amends 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.101 - 324.90106) by adding pt. 32.
(Reported by the Committee on Natural Resources, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

55

HB 4466 Rep. Scott
Labor; public service employment; changes in provisions concerning teacher strikes; provide for.
Amends secs. 2a & 6 of 1947 PA 336 (MCL 423.202a & 423.206).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

56

SB 19 Sen. Jones
Crimes; disorderly conduct; penalties for disrupting a religious service; increase.
Amends sec. 169 of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.169).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)

57

SB 99 Sen. Jones
Crimes; controlled substances; possession of certain schedule 1 controlled substances; prohibit, and provide a penalty.
Amends sec. 7403 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.7403).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

58

HB 4354 Rep. Potvin
Vehicles; fund-raising registration plates; specialty plate for ducks unlimited; provide for.
Amends sec. 811e of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.811e) & adds sec. 811r.
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

59

SB 109 Sen. Jones
Human services; services or financial assistance; access to cash benefits from automatic teller machines (ATMs) located in casinos; prohibit.
Amends 1939 PA 280 (MCL 400.1 - 400.119b) by adding sec. 57v.
(Reported by the Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

60

HB 4025 Rep. Agema
Sales tax; distribution; distribution of certain revenue from aviation fuel to be earmarked into the state aeronautics fund; provide for.
Amends sec. 25 of 1933 PA 167 (MCL 205.75).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)

61

HB 4521 Rep. Agema
Sales tax; collections; distribution of sales tax on gasoline; modify, and earmark certain portion into the Michigan transportation fund.
Amends sec. 25 of 1933 PA 167 (MCL 205.75).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)

62

HB 4052 Rep. Pscholka
Labor; collective bargaining; use of taxpayer-funded equipment, supplies, and facilities for union or political activities; prohibit.
Amends sec. 9 of 1947 PA 336 (MCL 423.209).
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

63

HB 4728 Rep. Santana
Traffic control; traffic regulation; alternative method for signaling a turn; allow when operating a bicycle.
Amends sec. 648 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.648).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

64

SB 334 Sen. Hildenbrand
Economic development; other; business improvement districts; expand to include townships.
Amends secs. 10, 10a, 10b, 10c, 10d, 10e, 10f, 10g, 10h, 10i, 10j, 10k, 10l & 10m of 1961 PA 120 (MCL 125.990 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Commerce.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

65

HB 4162 Rep. Kurtz
Highways; signs; sign structures; exempt signs less than 40 square feet.
Amends sec. 5 of 1972 PA 106 (MCL 252.305).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)

66

HB 4936 Rep. Lund
Insurance; no-fault; coverage and benefits; make miscellaneous changes.
Amends secs. 3101, 3104, 3107, 3113, 3114, 3115, 3135, 3157, 3163 & 3172 of 1956 PA 218 (MCL 500.3101 et seq.) & adds secs. 1245, 3107c & 3178.
(Reported by the Committee on Insurance.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

67

HB 4608 Rep. Pettalia
Vehicles; motorcycles; motorcycle helmet requirement; abolish under certain circumstances.
Amends sec. 658 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.658).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

68

HB 4766 Rep. Wayne Schmidt
Occupations; auctioneers; reporting of certain presale auction services; provide for and require continuing education for registration renewal.
Amends secs. 2907, 2909, 2911 & 2913 of 1980 PA 299 (MCL 339.2907 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Regulatory Reform.)

69

HB 5176 Rep. Olson
Civil procedure; foreclosure; redemption periods for mortgages foreclosed by advertisement; revise.
Amends secs. 3232 & 3240 of 1961 PA 236 (MCL 600.3232 & 600.3240).
(Reported by the Committee on Banking and Financial Services.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

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HB 4072 Rep. Lori
Watercraft; safety; blood alcohol content for individuals operating a vessel; lower, and establish a zero-tolerance provision.
Amends secs. 80101, 80171, 80176, 80177, 80178, 80180, 80183, 80184, 80186, 80187 & 80190 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.80101 et seq.) & adds secs. 80178a & 80178b.
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)

71

HB 4073 Rep. Lori
Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for operating vessel while impaired by or under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance; enact.
Amends sec. 13g, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.13g).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House amendment, see House Journal No. 4, page 33 or Session Website.)

72

HB 4725 Rep. McMillin
Crime victims; rights; information concerning minors who have been victims of child abuse or sex crimes; exempt from disclosure under the crime victims right act.
Amends sec. 80 of 1985 PA 87 (MCL 780.830) & adds secs. 19b & 48b.
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

73

HB 4794 Rep. Tyler
Vehicles; snowmobiles; operation of a snowmobile by certain individuals under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance; prohibit.
Amends secs. 82101, 82127, 82128, 82129, 82136, 82139, 82140, 82142, 82143, 82144, 82146 & 82148 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.82101 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

74

HB 4795 Rep. Tyler
Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for operating snowmobile under influence of alcoholic liquor; revise to include operating with any amount of schedule 1 controlled substances in operator's body.
Amends sec. 13g, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.13g).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

75

HB 5028 Rep. Kandrevas
Vehicles; off-road; operation of an off-road vehicle by certain individuals under the influence of or visibly impaired by alcohol or a controlled substance; prohibit.
Amends secs. 81101, 81134, 81136, 81137, 81140, 81141 & 81144 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.81101 et seq.); adds sec. 81140b & repeals sec. 81135 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.81135).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

76

HB 5029 Rep. Kandrevas
Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for operating ORV under influence of alcoholic liquor; revise to include operating with any amount of schedule 1 controlled substances in operator's body.
Amends sec. 13g, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.13g).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

77

HB 5023 Rep. Lyons
Labor; public service labor disputes; classes of public employees subject to penalties for engaging in a prohibited strike; expand.
Amends sec. 2 of 1947 PA 336 (MCL 423.202) & adds sec. 2b.
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

78

HB 5024 Rep. McMillin
Labor; fair employment practices; remedies for mass picketing; modify.
Amends sec. 9f of 1939 PA 176 (MCL 423.9f).
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)

79

HB 5025 Rep. Poleski
Labor; hours and wages; employer deduction of union membership dues from wages; require annual written consent of employee.
Amends sec. 7 of 1978 PA 390 (MCL 408.477).
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

80

HB 5026 Rep. Price
Labor; notices; notice requirements in advertising for replacements for striking workers; repeal.
Amends the title of 1962 PA 150 & repeals sec. 3a of 1962 PA 150 (MCL 423.253a).
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)

81

HB 4803 Rep. Womack
Property; conveyances; transfer of certain state fair property to Michigan fast track land bank authority; provide for.
Creates new act.
(Reported by the Committee on Appropriations.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-4), see Session Website.)
(Requires 2/3 vote for passage, Const. 1963, Art. 10, Sec. 5.)

82

SB 619 Sen. Colbeck
Education; public school academies; certain requirements and limitations on authorizing cyber schools; revise.
Amends sec. 552 of 1976 PA 451 (MCL 380.552).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

83

SB 621 Sen. Hansen
School aid; other; conditions under which public school may receive school aid for instruction provided to nonpublic school students at nonpublic school site; revise.
Amends sec. 166b of 1979 PA 94 (MCL 388.1766b).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

84

SB 622 Sen. Emmons
Education; students; dual enrollment eligibility; modify in postsecondary options act.
Amends sec. 3 of 1996 PA 160 (MCL 388.513) & repeals sec. 3a of 1996 PA 160 (MCL 388.513a).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-5), see Session Website.)

85

SB 623 Sen. Emmons
Education; students; dual enrollment eligibility; modify in career and technical preparation act.
Amends sec. 3 of 2000 PA 258 (MCL 388.1903) & repeals sec. 3a of 2000 PA 258 (MCL 388.1903a).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-5), see Session Website.)

86

SB 709 Sen. Emmons
Education; students; dual enrollment opportunities for high school students in career and technical preparation programs; expand to nonpublic school and home school students.
Amends title & secs. 4, 7, 9, 10 & 11 of 2000 PA 258 (MCL 388.1904 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-3), see Session Website.)

87

SB 710 Sen. Emmons
Education; students; dual enrollment opportunities for high school students in certain postsecondary institutions; expand to nonpublic school and home-schooled students.
Amends title & secs. 4, 7, 9, 10 & 11 of 1996 PA 160 (MCL 388.514 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-3), see Session Website.)

88

HB 4862 Rep. Poleski
Mental health; community mental health; merger of mental health and substance abuse services; provide for.
Amends secs. 100b, 206 & 208 of 1974 PA 258 (MCL 330.1100b et seq.) & repeals art. 6 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.6101 - 333.6523).
(Reported by the Committee on Health Policy.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

89

HB 4863 Rep. Poleski
Health; substance abuse treatment; local substance abuse treatment coordinating agencies; eliminate, and refer to substance abuse services provided by community mental health services programs.
Amends secs. 7408a, 16106a, 16221 & 18214 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.7408a et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Health Policy.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

90

SB 92 Sen. Bieda
Probate; powers of attorney; written acknowledgment of responsibilities by agent appointed under a power of attorney; require.
Amends sec. 5501 of 1998 PA 386 (MCL 700.5501).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

91

HB 5296 Rep. Jackson
Cities; home rule; population threshold; revise reference to 600,000 or more.
Amends secs. 5 & 35a of 1909 PA 279 (MCL 117.5 & 117.35a).
(Reported by the Committee on Local, Intergovernmental, and Regional Affairs.)

92

HB 5009 Rep. Lund
Gaming; other; exemption for card playing at certain senior citizen facilities; expand.
Amends sec. 303a of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.303a).
(Reported by the Committee on Regulatory Reform.)

93

SB 412 Sen. Booher
Natural resources; hunting; wild turkey license fee; modify use.
Amends sec. 43524 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.43524).
(Reported by the Committee on Natural Resources, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

94

HB 5245 Rep. Wayne Schmidt
Taxation; hotel-motel tax; collection of interest on delinquent assessment; modify.
Amends sec. 5 of 1980 PA 395 (MCL 141.875).
(Reported by the Committee on Commerce.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

95

SB 499 Sen. Casperson
Recreation; trails; rail trails; authorize installation of telecommunication facilities.
Amends 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.101 - 324.90106) by adding sec. 72116.
(Reported by the Committee on Energy and Technology.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

96

HB 5196 Rep. McMillin
Public employees and officers; compensation and benefits; details of compensation package and severance payment agreements for employees; require posting.
Creates new act.
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

97

HB 5274 Rep. McMillin
State financing and management; other; posting of contracts over $25,000.00; require.
Creates new act.
(Reported by the Committee on Oversight, Reform, and Ethics.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-3), see Session Website.)

98

HB 5362 Rep. Denby
Insurance; no-fault; liability for damage to motor vehicles; increase limit.
Amends sec. 3135 of 1956 PA 218 (MCL 500.3135).
(Reported by the Committee on Insurance.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

99

HB 5204 Rep. Haines
Health; diseases; impact study of the impact of diabetes on state programs; require, and create a diabetes action plan.
Amends 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.1101 - 333.25211) by adding sec. 5410.
(Reported by the Committee on Health Policy.)
(For proposed House amendments, see House Journal No. 25, page 0 or Session Website.)

100

HB 5408 Rep. Haines
Insurance; health care corporations; denial of coverage for telemedicine services; prohibit.
Amends 1980 PA 350 (MCL 550.1101 - 550.1704) by adding sec. 401k.
(Reported by the Committee on Health Policy.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

101

HB 5421 Rep. Lori
Insurance; health; denial of coverage for telemedicine services; prohibit.
Amends 1956 PA 218 (MCL 500.100 - 500.8302) by adding sec. 3476.
(Reported by the Committee on Health Policy.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

102

SB 466 Sen. Schuitmaker
Law enforcement; reports; senior medical alert program; provide for.
Creates new act.
(Reported by the Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors.)
(For proposed House amendments, see House Journal No. 26, page 0 or Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

103

HB 5061 Rep. Jacobsen
Elections; absent voters; photograph identification; require when obtaining an absentee ballot, require ballot tracker program to be used by local governments, and require secretary of state to develop information displays indicating that ballot coaching in residential care facilities is prohibited.
Amends sec. 761 of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.761) & adds secs. 38 & 764c.
(Reported by the Committee on Redistricting and Elections.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

104

HB 5062 Rep. Forlini
Elections; other; postelection audits and continuing election education programs; add to the Michigan election law and make other miscellaneous changes to the Michigan election law.
Amends secs. 31, 33, 679a, 811, 847, 931 & 942 of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.31 et seq.) & adds sec. 31a.
(Reported by the Committee on Redistricting and Elections.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-2), see Session Website.)

105

SB 946 Sen. Caswell
Agriculture; diseases and pests; nursery stock; require certain inspections.
Amends secs. 2, 4, 6, 9, 17 & 22 of 1931 PA 189 (MCL 286.202 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Agriculture.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

106

SB 874 Sen. Rocca
State agencies (existing); licensing and regulatory affairs; revocation of license for multiple sales to minors; base on consecutive 12-month period.
Amends sec. 501 of 1998 PA 58 (MCL 436.1501).
(Reported by the Committee on Regulatory Reform.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

107

HB 5040 Rep. Haveman
Higher education; education programs; education programs for counselors, social workers, and psychologists; prohibit discrimination against students for sincerely held religious beliefs.
Creates new act.
(Reported by the Committee on Education.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

108

SB 35 Sen. Nofs
Traffic control; traffic regulation; provision relating to maximum length allowed for a recreational vehicle; expand to include trailers.
Amends secs. 719 & 721 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.719 & 257.721).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For Senate substitute (S-1), see Session Website.)

109

SB 582 Sen. Casperson
Traffic control; traffic regulation; access to designated highways for unloaded lowboys; allow.
Amends sec. 719 of 1949 PA 300 (MCL 257.719).
(Reported by the Committee on Transportation.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

110

HB 5338 Rep. McBroom
Controlled substances; schedules; temporary scheduling of controlled substance; provide for under certain circumstances.
Amends secs. 2251, 7201, 7202, 7203 & 7204 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.2251 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)

111

SB 789 Sen. Jones
Controlled substances; schedules; temporary scheduling of controlled substance; provide for under certain circumstances.
Amends secs. 2251, 7201, 7202, 7203 & 7204 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.2251 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Judiciary.)

112

HB 4684 Rep. MacMaster
Recreation; trails; use of certain trails by pack and saddle animals; provide for.
Amends secs. 504, 72101, 72102, 72110a, 72114 & 72115 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.504 et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Natural Resources, Tourism, and Outdoor Recreation.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-5), see Session Website.)

113

SB 455 Sen. Rocca
Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for certain fraud violations; revise.
Amends secs. 16i & 16o, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.16i & 777.16o).
(Reported by the Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

114

SB 459 Sen. Emmons
Crimes; embezzlement; crime of obtaining signature by fraud and penalties for financial exploitation of vulnerable adults; increase under certain circumstances.
Amends secs. 159g, 174a & 273 of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.159g et seq.).
(Reported by the Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors.)

115

SB 465 Sen. Hildenbrand
Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of financial exploitation of vulnerable adult; revise to reflect increased penalties.
Amends sec. 16i, ch. XVII of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.16i).
(Reported by the Committee on Families, Children, and Seniors.)
(For proposed House substitute (H-1), see Session Website.)
(For Senate substitute (S-2), see Session Website.)

116

HB 5446 Rep. Hobbs
Consumer credit; other; nonrecourse mortgage loans; clarify effect of certain mortgage provisions.
Creates new act.
(Reported by the Committee on Commerce.)

STANDING COMMITTEE MEETINGS

-(For an updated listing of committee meetings click here or go to http:\\www.legislature.mi.gov and click on Committee Meetings.)

BILLS IN CONFERENCE
    Conferees Report Agreed to
Bill No. Brief Title House Senate House Senate
SB 169 Appropriations; zero budget; department of agriculture and rural development; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Potvin
Forlini
Ananich
Green
Kahn
Hopgood
  5/24/2011
SB 171 Appropriations; zero budget; community colleges; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Goike
Genetski
McCann
Booher
Kahn
Anderson
  5/25/2011
SB 172 Appropriations; zero budget; department of community health; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Lori
MacGregor
Tlaib
Moolenaar
Kahn
Gregory
  5/25/2011
SB 173 Appropriations; zero budget; department of corrections; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Haveman
MacMaster
Lindberg
Proos
Kahn
Anderson
  5/25/2011
SB 174 Appropriations; zero budget; department of education; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Rogers
Poleski
Bauer
Walker
Kahn
Hopgood
  5/25/2011
SB 175 Appropriations; zero budget; department of energy, labor, and economic growth; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Pscholka
Rogers
Ananich
Jansen
Kahn
Johnson
  5/25/2011
SB 176 Appropriations; zero budget; department of environmental quality; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Kowall
Bumstead
McCann
Green
Kahn
Hopgood
  5/25/2011
SB 177 Appropriations; zero budget; general government; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Poleski
Lori
Durhal
Pappageorge
Kahn
Johnson
  5/25/2011
SB 178 Appropriations; zero budget; higher education; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Genetski
Cotter
Bauer
Schuitmaker
Kahn
Hood
  5/24/2011
SB 179 Appropriations; zero budget; department of human services; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Agema
MacMaster
Jackson
Caswell
Kahn
Gregory
  5/24/2011
SB 180 Appropriations; zero budget; judiciary; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Cotter
Forlini
Tlaib
Proos
Kahn
Johnson
  5/25/2011
SB 181 Appropriations; zero budget; department of military and veterans affairs; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. MacGregor
Jenkins
LeBlanc
Colbeck
Kahn
Gregory
  5/24/2011
SB 182 Appropriations; zero budget; department of natural resources; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Bumstead
Kowall
Lindberg
Green
Kahn
Hopgood
  5/25/2011
SB 183 Appropriations; zero budget; multisection school aid; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Rogers
Poleski
Lipton
Walker
Kahn
Hopgood
  5/25/2011
SB 184 Appropriations; zero budget; department of state police; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. MacGregor
Jenkins
LeBlanc
Colbeck
Kahn
Gregory
  5/24/2011
SB 185 Appropriations; zero budget; department of transportation; provide for fiscal year 2011-2012. Agema
Goike
Dillon
Pappageorge
Kahn
Anderson
  5/25/2011