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Representatives Afendoulis, Chris Albert, Thomas Alexander, Julie Allor, Sue Banks, Brian Barrett, Tom Bellino, Joseph Bizon, John Brann, Tommy Brinks, Winnie Byrd, Wendell Calley, Julie Cambensy, Sara Camilleri, Darrin Canfield, Edward Chang, Stephanie Chatfield, Lee Chirkun, John Clemente, Cara Cochran, Tom Cole, Triston Cox, Laura Crawford, Kathy Dianda, Scott Durhal, Fred Elder, Brian Ellison, Jim Faris, Pam Farrington, Diana Frederick, Ben Garcia, Daniela Garrett, LaTanya Gay-Dagnogo, Sherry Geiss, Erika Glenn, Gary Graves, Joseph Green, Patrick Greig, Christine Greimel, Tim Griffin, Beth Guerra, Vanessa Hammoud, Abdullah Hauck, Roger Hernandez, Shane Hertel, Kevin Hoadley, Jon Hoitenga, Michele Hornberger, Pamela Howell, Gary Howrylak, Martin Hughes, Holly Iden, Brandt Inman, Larry Johnson, Steven Jones, Jewell Kahle, Bronna Kelly, Tim Kesto, Klint Kivela, John Kosowski, Robert LaFave, Beau LaGrand, David LaSata, Kimberly Lasinski, Donna Lauwers, Dan Leonard, Tom Leutheuser, Eric Liberati, Frank Lilly, Jim Love, Leslie Lower, James Lucido, Peter Marino, Steve Maturen, David McCready, Michael Miller, Aaron Moss, Jeremy Neeley, Sheldon Noble, Jeffrey Pagan, Kristy Pagel, Dave Peterson, Ronnie Phelps, Phil Rabhi, Yousef Reilly, John Rendon, Daire Roberts, Brett Robinson, Rose Mary Runestad, Jim Sabo, Terry Santana, Sylvia Schor, Andy Scott, Bettie Cook Sheppard, Jason Singh, Samir Sneller, Tim Sowerby, William Tedder, Jim Theis, Lana VanderWall, Curtis VanSingel, Scott Vaupel, Hank VerHeulen, Rob Victory, Roger Webber, Michael Wentworth, Jason Whiteford, Mary Wittenberg, Robert Yancey, Tenisha Yanez, Henry Yaroch, Jeff Zemke, Adam Senators Ananich, Jim Bieda, Steven Booher, Darwin Brandenburg, Jack Casperson, Tom Colbeck, Patrick Conyers, Ian Emmons, Judy Green, Mike Gregory, Vincent Hansen, Goeff Hertel, Curtis Hildenbrand, Dave Hood, Morris Hopgood, Hoon-Yung Horn, Kenneth Hune, Joe Johnson, Bert Jones, Rick Knezek , David Knollenberg, Marty Kowall, Mike MacGregor, Peter Marleau, James Meekhof, Arlan Nofs, Mike O'Brien, Margaret Pavlov, Phillip Proos, John Robertson, David Rocca, Tory Schmidt, Wayne Schuitmaker, Tonya Shirkey, Mike Stamas, Jim Warren, Rebekah Young II, Coleman Zorn, Dale Senate Committees Agriculture Appropriations Banking and Financial Institutions Commerce Criminal Justice Policy Commission Economic Development and International Investment Education Elections and Government Reform Energy and Technology Families, Seniors and Human Services Finance Government Operations Health Policy Insurance Joint Committee on Administrative Rules Judiciary Local Government Michigan Competitiveness Natural Resources Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Oversight Regulatory Reform Transportation Veterans, Military Affairs and Homeland Security Only items with status Sort by BillSort by SponsorSort by Committee Committees: ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY (9/25/2018)Sorted by: SequenceNo Bill/ResolutionReferred DateCommitteeSponsorSubjectMeetingsStatus HB 4508 of 2017 (PA 132 of 2017)Referred 6/14/2017Energy and TechnologyIden, BrandtState agencies (existing); technology, management, and budget; Michigan cyber civilian corps act; create. Creates new act.9/7/20179/14/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1 on 9/14/2017 HB 4654 of 2017 (PA 125 of 2017)Referred 6/23/2017Energy and TechnologyHoitenga, MicheleOccupations; alarm systems; installation of certain business monitoring systems without electrician's permit; authorize for registered or licensed security alarm providers. Amends sec. 733 of 2016 PA 407 (MCL 339.5733).9/7/20179/14/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 9/14/2017 HB 4655 of 2017 (PA 126 of 2017)Referred 6/23/2017Energy and TechnologyGriffin, BethConstruction; permits; installation, maintenance, replacement, or servicing of a business monitoring system; exempt from construction code permit requirements. Amends sec. 28a of 1972 PA 230 (MCL 125.1528a).9/7/20179/14/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 9/14/2017 HB 5097 of 2017 (PA 97 of 2018)Referred 3/1/2018Energy and TechnologyGriffin, BethCounties; boards and commissions; permit fee required for a government entity or telecommunication provider working within a county right-of-way; clarify limits, and clarify bonding and insurance requirements for telecommunication providers working within a county right-of-way. Amends sec. 19b, ch. IV of 1909 PA 283 (MCL 224.19b).3/8/2018REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 3/8/2018 HB 5837 of 2018Referred 6/12/2018Energy and TechnologyMiller, AaronPublic utilities; electric utilities; membership or associated membership in a joint agency; expand to another state or Canadian province under certain conditions. Amends 1976 PA 448 (MCL 460.801 - 460.848) by adding sec. 36a.9/6/20189/26/2018 HB 5902 of 2018Referred 5/22/2018Energy and TechnologyLauwers, DanPublic utilities; public service commission; long-term industrial load rates; allow. Amends 1939 PA 3 (MCL 460.1 - 460.11) by adding sec. 10gg.9/6/20189/26/2018 SB 0314 of 2017Referred 4/25/2017Energy and TechnologyShirkey, MikeCommunications; emergency 9-1-1; requirement that 9-1-1 service users with a multiline telephone system install additional equipment; eliminate, and rescind administrative rules. Amends sec. 413 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL 484.1413) & repeals sec. 405 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL 484.1405). SB 0400 of 2017 (PA 0051 of 2018)Referred 5/23/2017Energy and TechnologyJones, RickCommunications; emergency 9-1-1; emergency 9-1-1 service enabling act; modify. Amends secs. 102, 201, 312, 401a, 401b, 401c, 401d, 403, 406, 407 & 408 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL 484.1102 et seq.).9/14/201710/5/201711/9/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2 on 11/9/2017 SB 0475 of 2017Referred 6/21/2017Energy and TechnologyWarren, RebekahEnergy; alternative sources; renewable portfolio standard; increase. Amends secs. 22, 28 & 45 of 2008 PA 295 (MCL 460.1022 et seq.) & adds sec. 32. SB 0476 of 2017Referred 6/21/2017Energy and TechnologyHopgood, Hoon-YungEnergy; alternative sources; energy optimization standard; increase, and eliminate cap. Amends secs. 73, 75, 77 & 78 of 2008 PA 295 (MCL 460.1073 et seq.) & repeals sec. 81 of 2008 PA 295 (MCL 460.1081). SB 0636 of 2017Referred 10/19/2017Energy and TechnologyZorn, DaleCounties; boards and commissions; permit fee required for a government entity or telecommunication provider working within a county right-of-way; clarify limits, and clarify bonding and insurance requirements for telecommunication providers working within a county right-of-way. Amends sec. 19b, ch. IV of 1909 PA 283 (MCL 224.19b).11/2/2017 SB 0637 of 2017Referred 10/19/2017Energy and TechnologyHune, JoeCommunications; telecommunications; permits, fees, right-of-way use, and other regulation of wireless service providers; standardize. Creates new act.11/2/20173/1/20183/8/2018REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2 on 3/8/2018 SB 0757 of 2018 (PA 331 of 2018)Referred 1/18/2018Energy and TechnologyKnollenberg, MartyOccupations; alarm systems; low-voltage alarm system installation permitting; provide for. Amends sec. 733 of 2016 PA 407 (MCL 339.5733).3/15/20183/22/2018REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1 on 3/22/2018 SB 0758 of 2018 (PA 332 of 2018)Referred 1/18/2018Energy and TechnologyKnollenberg, MartyConstruction; permits; low-voltage electric fence permitting; provide for exemption. Amends sec. 28a of 1972 PA 230 (MCL 125.1528a).3/15/20183/22/2018REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1 on 3/22/2018 SB 0894 of 2018Referred 3/7/2018Energy and TechnologyNofs, MikeLand use; zoning and growth management; regulation of wireless communications infrastructure; make subject to wireless communications infrastructure deployment act. Amends sec. 205 of 2006 PA 110 (MCL 125.3205) & adds sec. 515. TIE BAR WITH: SB 0637'173/8/2018REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 3/8/2018 SB 0930 of 2018Referred 4/11/2018Energy and TechnologyCasperson, TomCommunications; emergency 9-1-1; funds collected under the emergency 9-1-1 service enabling act; allow local units of government to expend on the installation and maintenance of road signs. Amends secs. 401b & 408 of 1986 PA 32 (MCL 484.1401b & 484.1408). SB 0970 of 2018Referred 5/2/2018Energy and TechnologyHood, MorrisConsumer protection; home solicitation sales; communication of opt-out options to residential telephone subscriber by telephone solicitor; require. Amends sec. 1b of 1971 PA 227 (MCL 445.111b). SB 1050 of 2018Referred 6/7/2018Energy and TechnologyStamas, JimHighways; other; use of highway by public utilities; expand to include broadband companies. Amends title & secs. 13 & 14 of 1925 PA 368 (MCL 247.183 & 247.184).9/6/20189/26/2018 SR 0019 of 2017Referred 3/2/2017Energy and TechnologyHopgood, Hoon-YungA resolution to oppose Ontario Power Generation’s proposal to build a nuclear waste repository in Kincardine, Ontario, to memorialize the United States Congress to do all it can to oppose the construction of any underground nuclear waste repository in the Great Lakes basin, and to urge the Canadian government to prohibit the siting and construction of a nuclear waste repository anywhere in the Great Lakes basin. SR 0029 of 2017Referred 3/28/2017Energy and TechnologyJones, RickA resolution to urge the United States Congress to continue funding for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams on the campus of Michigan State University. 5/11/20175/18/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 5/24/2017 SR 0170 of 2018Referred 5/16/2018Energy and TechnologyNofs, MikeA resolution to encourage the Michigan Agency for Energy to undertake a collaborative discussion with all interested stakeholders into the potential to integrate energy storage into Michigan’s electric market. 5/24/2018REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 5/24/2018 SCR 0006 of 2017Referred 2/8/2017Energy and TechnologyProos, JohnA concurrent resolution to memorialize the Congress of the United States to appropriate funds from the Nuclear Waste Fund for the establishment of a permanent repository for high-level nuclear waste or reimburse electric utility customers that paid into the fund. 3/2/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 3/2/2017 SCR 0008 of 2017Referred 2/23/2017Energy and TechnologyZorn, DaleA concurrent resolution to urge the U.S. Department of Energy and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to fulfill their obligation to establish a permanent solution for handling high-level nuclear waste. 3/2/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 3/2/2017 SCR 0009 of 2017Referred 2/23/2017Energy and TechnologyProos, JohnA concurrent resolution to urge the President and Congress of the United States to explore and support policies that will lead to the establishment of facilities within the United States for the reprocessing and recycling of spent nuclear fuel. 3/2/2017REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT on 3/2/2017 SCR 0012 of 2017Referred 3/15/2017Energy and TechnologyProos, JohnA concurrent resolution to urge the U.S. Department of State to approve the Presidential Permit application allowing the construction of the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline between the United States and Canada.