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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, 2/23/2021
Time9:00 AM
Time Notes
AgendaPresentations by:

Michigan Sheriffs' Association

Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police

HB 4141 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Vehicles: registration; penalties for violations of moped registration fees; modify.

HB 4142 (Rep. Kevin Coleman) Vehicles: snowmobiles; noncompliance to provide a certificate of registration; decriminalize.

HB 4144 (Rep. Gary Howell) Traffic control: violations; collection of biometric data for traffic violation; eliminate.

HB 4148 (Rep. Andrew Fink) Transportation: motor carrier fuel tax; motor carrier fuel tax act; modify penalties.

HB 4153 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Traffic control: driver license; penalties for driving on suspended license; modify.

HB 4154 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Traffic control: violations; reporting requirements for misdemeanor conviction; eliminate.

HB 4155 (Rep. Tenisha Yancey) Traffic control: violations; penalty for failure to provide proof of license or other receipt while operating a vehicle; modify.

HB 4219 (Rep. Tenisha Yancey) Criminal procedure: expunction; eligibility for record expungement of operating while intoxicated convictions; allow.

HB 4220 (Rep. Joe Bellino) Criminal procedure: expunction; eligibility for record expungement of operating while intoxicated convictions; allow.

HB 4239 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Crimes: vehicle offenses; vehicle immobilization requirements; modify.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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