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House: Adjourned until Wednesday, September 7, 2016 1:30:00 PM
Senate: Adjourned until Tuesday, September 6, 2016 10:00:00 AM

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Clerk Phone NumberCorey Woodby, (517) 373-1721
LocationRoom 110, Farnum Building, 125 W. Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateTuesday, 9/6/2016
Time3:00 pm
AgendaSB 982 (Schuitmaker) Law; uniform or model acts; uniform fraudulent transfer act; update to uniform voidable transactions act.

SB 983 (Schuitmaker) Businesses; business corporations; business corporation act; revise reference to uniform fraudulent transfer act to reflect renaming of act.

SB 984 (Schuitmaker) Businesses; nonprofit corporations; nonprofit corporation act; revise reference to uniform fraudulent transfer act to reflect renaming of act.

SB 985 (Schuitmaker) Family law; child support; support and parenting time enforcement act; revise reference to uniform fraudulent transfer act to reflect renaming of act.

SB 1028 (Bieda) Corrections; prisoners; reentry services and housing for individuals released from prison without parole due to the prisoner's conviction or sentence being overturned; provide for.

SB 1029 (O'Brien) Crimes; vehicle offenses; penalties for moving violation causing physical injury or death to a vulnerable roadway user; enhance.

SB 1030 (Knezek) Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of committing a moving violation causing death of vulnerable roadway user; provide for.

HB 5230 (Yonker) Torts; liability; indemnity agreement in snowplow and deicing services contracts; prohibit.

HB 5273 (Pagel) Corrections; other; veto power for successor judges related to certain parole decisions; eliminate.

HB 5542 (Cox) Criminal procedure; expunction; setting aside certain convictions for victims of human trafficking violations; provide for.

HB 5543 (Howell) Juveniles; crimes; set-aside juvenile adjudication for certain prostitution-related offenses; provide for.

HB 5544 (Jenkins) Crimes; penalties; penalties for bodily injury to or commercial sexual activity involving a minor; provide for.

And any other business properly before the committee.

Individuals wishing to submit written testimony need to supply a minimum of 8 copies for distribution.
ChairRick Jones

In the spirit of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Senate Business Office by phone [(517) 373-1675] if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting.
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