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Michigan Compiled Laws Complete Through PA 123 of 2019
House: Adjourned until Thursday, December 19, 2019 11:30:00 AM
Senate: Adjourned until Thursday, December 19, 2019 11:30:00 AM


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Committee(s) Judiciary
ChairRep. Graham Filler
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 12/3/2019
Time9:00 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4020 (Michele Hoitenga) Weapons; other; purchase and possession of stun guns; allow for individuals over age 21.

HB 4704 (Kathy Crawford) Children; protection; child protection law; modify to require the department to document why an investigation was abbreviated and to allow for an abbreviated checklist.

HB 4705 (Matt Hall) Children; protection; investigation proceedings by department of health and human services receiving a report of child abuse or neglect; modify.

HB 4706 (Andrea Schroeder) Children; protection; community services investigations; modify certain procedures.

HB 4707 (Frank Liberati) Children; protection; oversight authority to develop use of standard child abuse and neglect investigation and interview protocol; implement.

HB 4708 (Luke Meerman) Children; child care; central registry; expand to include unlicensed child development and care program child care providers.

HB 4709 (David LaGrand) Children; protection; child protection law; include reporting requirements to the legislative oversight committees.

HB 4712 (Steven Johnson) Crimes; other; possession of a trailer designed for defense or attack; repeal.

HB 4713 (Aaron Miller) Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crimes of possession of a trailer designed for defense or attack; remove to reflect repeal.

HB 5103 (Rodney Wakeman) Probate; other; priority of appointment of a special personal representative; clarify.

HB 5137 (Julie Alexander) Crimes; controlled substances; crime of manufacturing, delivering, or possession of with intent to deliver heroin or fentanyl; modify to reflect changes in sentencing guidelines.

HB 5138 (Joseph Tate) Crimes; controlled substances; sentencing guidelines for delivering, manufacturing, or possessing with intent to deliver heroin or fentanyl; amend.

HJR O (Tommy Brann) Courts; judges; age limit for election of or appointment to a judicial office; eliminate.



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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