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Committee(s) Ways and Means
ChairRep. Brandt Iden
Clerk NameTaylor Thrush
Clerk Phone517.373.7256
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateWednesday, 12/2/2020
Time11:45 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 5425 (Rep. Tim Sneller) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for failure to originate and record certain bottle deposits with intent to defraud or cheat; create.

HB 5937 (Rep. Hank Vaupel) Health: pharmaceuticals; annual report on certain costs associated with prescription drugs; require manufacturers of prescription drugs to file.

HB 5424 (Rep. John Chirkun) Trade: containers; deposit on certain containers purchased out of state; require distributors to collect and establish remedies.

HB 5422 (Rep. Jim Lilly) Trade: containers; deposit on certain containers; require distributors to collect.

HB 5938 (Rep. Frank Liberati) Insurance: third party administrators; requirement for pharmacy benefit managers to be licensed in Michigan; provide for.

HB 5944 (Rep. Ben Frederick) Insurance: health benefits; application of amount paid by the insured or other certain parties when calculating the insured's co-pay for a prescription drug; require under certain conditions.

HB 5945 (Rep. Brad Paquette) Health facilities: hospitals; charge description master; require hospitals to post online.

HB 5297 (Rep. Pamela Hornberger) Education: reports; comprehensive eye and vision testing notice; require for certain pupils.

SB 661 (Sen. Jim Ananich) Gaming: horse racing; pari-mutuel wagering on horse races run in the past; allow, and modify certain licensing procedures.

HB 5862 (Rep. Eric Leutheuser) Gaming: bingo and charitable gaming; operation of online raffle games by certain charitable organizations; allow.

HB 6112 (Rep. Brenda Carter) Insurance: other; suitability in annuity transaction model act; create.

HB 6113 (Rep. Ryan Berman) Insurance: other; suitability in annuity transaction model act; create.

HB 6114 (Rep. Gregory Markkanen) Insurance: other; suitability in annuity transaction model act; create.

HB 6115 (Rep. Daire Rendon) Insurance: other; suitability in annuity transaction model act; create.

SB 1015 (Sen. Lana Theis) Insurance: reinsurance; reciprocal jurisdiction of assuming insurer; require, and provide for other technical amendments.

HB 6267 (Rep. Brandt Iden) Corporate income tax: credits; distributor credit for returnable containers; provide for.

SB 991 (Sen. Curtis Hertel, Jr.) Gaming: other; multijurisdictional internet poker; allow.

SB 910 (Sen. Roger Victory) Labor: youth employment; application and issuance of student work permits; modify process during a declared emergency.

HB 4342 (Rep. Brad Paquette) Education: teachers; exception for college credit requirements for an individual to serve as a substitute teacher; provide for family member of pupil.

HB 5762 (Rep. Beth Griffin) Water: water supply systems; clean water assistance and safe drinking water assistance funds allow use for energy efficiency water works projects; modify.

HB 6462 (Rep. Brandt Iden) Gaming: other; allocation of tax under the lawful sports betting act; modify.

HB 6463 (Rep. Brandt Iden) Gaming: other; reference to sports betting in the lawful internet gaming act; clarify.

HB 6464 (Rep. Brandt Iden) Gaming: casinos; provisions in the Michigan gaming control and revenue act relating to horse racing; eliminate.

HB 5423 (Rep. Brandt Iden) Trade: containers; distribution of bottle deposit fund; modify, and earmark.

HB 6456 (Rep. Triston Cole) Gaming: bingo and charitable gaming; operation of online raffle games by charitable organizations; allow.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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