July 18, 2012, Introduced by Reps. MacMaster, Agema, McMillin, Huuki, Shirkey, Daley, Johnson, McBroom, Foster, Opsommer and Franz and referred to the Committee on Government Operations.
A bill to prohibit this state and its political subdivisions
from adopting or implementing certain policy recommendations of the
United Nations; to prohibit adopting or implementing a law or plan
of action that would infringe on or restrict private property
rights without due process; and to prohibit certain transactions
with certain entities that assist in implementing United Nations
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN ENACT:
Sec. 1. As used in this act:
(a) "Agenda 21" means Agenda 21 adopted at the United Nations
conference on environment and development held in Brazil in June
(b) "Michigan governmental entity" means any of the following:
(i) This state, including a department, board, agency, or
commission of this state or an authority created by any of these.
(ii) A city, village, township, county, school district,
community college, or intermediate school district, or an authority
created by any of these.
(iii) A private-public partnership involving an entity described
in subparagraph (i) or (ii).
Sec. 2. (1) A Michigan governmental entity shall not adopt or
implement policy recommendations that infringe or restrict private
property rights without due process and that are required by policy
recommendations originating in or traceable to Agenda 21 or any
other international law or ancillary plan of action that
contravenes the constitution of the United States or the state
constitution of 1963.
(2) Since the United Nations has accredited and enlisted
numerous nongovernmental and intergovernmental organizations to
assist in the implementation of its policies relative to Agenda 21
around the world, a Michigan governmental entity shall not enter
into a contract for services with, pay any money to, or receive
money from those nongovernmental and intergovernmental
organizations as defined in Agenda 21.
Enacting section 1. This act takes effect 90 days after the
date it is enacted into law.