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Committee(s) Health Policy and Human Services
ChairSen. Curtis S VanderWall
Clerk NameHeather Dorbeck
Clerk Phone517.373.5323
LocationRoom 1100, Binsfeld Office Building, 201 Townsend Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateThursday, 6/23/2022
Time1:00 PM
Time Notes
AgendaSB 1057 (Sen. Curtis S. VanderWall) Health occupations: emergency medical services personnel; procedure for renewal of licensure; modify.

SB 812 (Sen. Curtis S. VanderWall) Health facilities: other; registration for certain laboratories; require.

HB 4075 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Traffic control: parking; signage for parking spaces designated for persons with disabilities; modify.

HB 4076 (Rep. Beau LaFave) Civil rights: disabilities discrimination; symbol of accessibility; modify.

HB 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 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.

HB 6070 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Individual income tax: credit; incentive for employers to offer paid adoption leave to certain employees; provide for.

HB 6073 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Children: child care; definition of relative in the child care organizations; revise.

HB 6074 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Children: other; definition of relative in the probate code of 1939; revise.

HB 6075 (Rep. Daire Rendon) Children: guardians; definition of relative in the guardianship assistance act; revise.

And any other business properly before the committee.


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] or email senbusinessoffice@senate.michigan.gov if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting.

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