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Committee(s) Judiciary
ChairRep. Graham Filler
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateWednesday, 9/16/2020
Time10:15 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 5464 (Rep. Sarah Lightner) Criminal procedure: bail; requirements for the use of a pretrial risk assessment tool by a court making bail decision; create.

HB 5844 (Rep. Joseph Bellino) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for certain violations of the public health code; eliminate.

HB 5854 (Rep. Tim Sneller) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for certain vehicle code violations; eliminate.

HB 5855 (Rep. Tommy Brann) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory minimum jail sentences for certain violations of the revised school code; eliminate.

HB 5856 (Rep. Steven Johnson) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for violations of the natural resources and environmental protection act; eliminate.

HB 5857 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Criminal procedure: sentencing; mandatory jail sentence for violations of the railroad code of 1993; eliminate.

HB 5846 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Traffic control: driver license; suspension and revocation of driver license as sanction for certain vehicle code violation; eliminate.

HB 5847 (Rep. Luke Meerman) Traffic control: driver license; suspension of operator's or chauffeur's license; eliminate.

HB 5848 (Rep. Donna Lasinski) Traffic control: driver license; cross references to Michigan vehicle code; update.

HB 5849 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Traffic control: driver license; cross reference to juror compensation reimbursement fund; update.

HB 5850 (Rep. Rebekah Warren) Traffic control: driver license; cross reference to vehicle code provision to notify friend of court; eliminate.

HB 5851 (Rep. Tenisha Yancey) Traffic control: driver license; suspension and revocation of driver license as sanction for certain controlled substances offenses; eliminate.

HB 5852 (Rep. Lori Stone) Traffic control: driver license; licensing sanction for certain controlled substances offenses; eliminate.

HB 5853 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Crimes: penalties; penalties for certain violations of the Michigan vehicle code; modify.

HB 6159 (Rep. Roger Hauck) Torts: liability; pandemic health care immunity act; create.

HB 6169 (Rep. Scott VanSingel) Crimes: trespassing; trespassing on property of a state correctional facility; expand.

HB 6170 (Rep. Scott VanSingel) Corrections: private facilities; prohibiting certain conduct relating to a prisoner in a correctional facility; expand to correctional facilities operated by a private contractor.

HB 6030 (Rep. Thomas Albert) Torts: defenses; COVID-19 emergency; provide protection from liability to certain persons.

HB 6031 (Rep. Tommy Brann) Labor: health and safety; COVID-19 emergency; provide protection from liability to certain persons on reopening of business or school.

HB 6032 (Rep. Graham Filler) Labor: fair employment practices; employer taking adverse employment action against an employee who is absent from work; prohibit during a declared emergency.

HB 6101 (Rep. Wendell Byrd) Labor: health and safety; COVID-19 emergency; provide protection from liability to certain persons on reopening of business or school.

HB 4676 (Rep. Sarah Anthony) Property: other; certain restrictive covenants in deeds and other instruments; prohibit.

HCR 29 (Rep. Beau LaFave) A concurrent resolution opposing the enactment and enforcement of a state law, under a federal mandate, that requires the suspension or revocation or the delay of issuance or reinstatement, of a driver's license to an individual convicted of a drug offense.

Please see the House Committee Protocol pertaining to COVID-19:
https://www.house.mi.gov/committee_protocol.asp

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 Committee Clerk's Office by phone [(517) 373-0015] or by TDD [(517) 373-0543] if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting


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