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Meetings by bodies of elected members delegated by the House or Senate to consider and make recommendations concerning disposition of bills, resolutions, and other related matters referred to them. Committees are appointed by the Speaker of the House or the Senate Majority Leader and are organized according to subject matter.

Committee(s) Families, Children, and Seniors
ChairRep. Rodney Wakeman
Clerk NameJoy Brewer
Clerk Phone517.373.8474
LocationRoom 327, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 4/26/2022
Time12:00 PM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 5801 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Children: protection; children's services commission; create.

HB 5974 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Juveniles: other; definition of relative in the juvenile code; revise.

HB 5975 (Rep. Laurie Pohutsky) Courts: guardian ad litem; trauma-informed training for lawyer-guardian ad litem; require.

HB 5976 (Rep. Tyrone Carter) Human services: other; annual report by the department of health and human services; require to submit to legislature.

HB 5977 (Rep. Phil Green) Human services: other; annual needs assessment regarding the utilization of residential treatment and the needs of youth who are referred for clinical interventions; require the department of health and human services to conduct.

HB 5978 (Rep. Rodney Wakeman) Children: foster care; family finding and engagement company; require department of health and human services to use to help connect foster children to family members and friends.

HB 5979 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Corporate income tax: credits; incentive for employers to offer paid preadoptive leave to certain employees; provide for.

HB 5980 (Rep. Stephanie Young) Children: foster care; extended licensing for certain foster homes; provide for.

HB 5981 (Rep. Sarah Anthony) Land use: zoning and growth management; increase capacity for foster youth in state licensed residential facilities; provide for under certain conditions.

HR 262 (Rep. Brenda Carter) A resolution to urge the United States Congress to expand the federal Family First Prevention Services Act by allowing flexibility in the use of Title IV-E funds to help children remain safely in their homes.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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https://house.mi.gov/CovidProtocol

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