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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, 3/16/2021
Time9:00 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4141 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Vehicles: registration; penalties for violations of moped registration fees; modify.

HB 4143 (Rep. TC Clements) Vehicles: registration; failure to properly register, transfer title, or obtain plates on vehicles; modify penalties.

HB 4150 (Rep. Annette Glenn) Vehicles: registration; penalties for uses of certain farm-related vehicles that violate certain registration requirements; provide for.

HB 4152 (Rep. Gary Howell) Natural resources: hunting; penalties for violations of certain hunting provisions; modify.

HB 4184 (Rep. Amos O'Neal) Courts: district court; authority of district court magistrate; expand.

HB 4201 (Rep. Jack O'Malley) Transportation: school vehicles; penalties for entering a school bus without authorization or impeding or obstructing a school bus; create.

HB 4202 (Rep. Tyrone Carter) Transportation: school vehicles; school bus stop-arm cameras; allow, and provide civil sanctions for violations.

HB 4203 (Rep. Jewell Jones) Transportation: school vehicles; allowable painting of school buses; modify.

HB 4204 (Rep. Greg VanWoerkom) Transportation: school vehicles; school bus stop-arm cameras; allow.

HB 4211 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Crimes: public office and officers; penalties for disarming a law enforcement officer of a firearm if accomplished by force or if law enforcement officer is injured; increase.

HB 4212 (Rep. David LaGrand) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for disarming a law enforcement officer of a firearm if accomplished by force or if law enforcement officer is injured; provide for.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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https://www.house.mi.gov/committee_protocol.asp

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