A resolution to recognize September 22-29, 2019, as Michigan Trails Week.
A concurrent resolution of tribute offered as a memorial for Bill S. Huffman, former member of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
Revise air pollution permit fees.
SB 0529 (Lucido, Peter J. 09/17/19)
Allow policyholder deductible amounts choice.
SB 0528 (Lucido, Peter J. 09/17/19)
Revise motorcycle accident priority for receiving PIP benefits.
A resolution to declare September 17-23, 2019, as Constitution Week in the state of Michigan.
Prohibit certain school policies regarding cooperation with federal officials in relation to the immigration status of certain individuals.
Prohibit the requirement of Tdap vaccination as a condition of employment.
Prohibit the requirement of an influenza vaccination as a condition of employment.
HB 4985 (Gay-Dagnogo, Sherry 09/17/19)
Allow for expuungmjent of multiple felonies arising out of the same criminal transaction under certain circumstances.
Expand the number of felony and misdemeanor offenses that can be set aside.
Amend time period after certain events applicant must wait to petition to set aside a conviction.
Provide for a set aside process for certain marihuana related offenses.
HB 4981 (Wendzel, Pauline 09/17/19)
Allow automatic expunction of certain traffic offenses committed by a person without a commercial driver license.
HB 4980 (Leutheuser, Eric 09/17/19)
Provide for expunction of certain convictions after 10 years under certain circumstances.
Provide for the establishment of an international wholesale prescription drug importation program.
Create the establishment of a wholesale prescription drug importation program to allow for importation of drugs from Canada.
HB 4977 (Camilleri, Darrin 09/17/19)
Expand reduced rate for low-income residential services to include broadband internet service.
Specify that a person that owns or occupies real property and that entirely or partially designates the property a "gun-free" or "weapon-free" zone, is responsible for the safety of an individual who enters that "gun-free" or "weapon-free" zone.
Specify that immunity provided by this act does not apply to liability of a governmental agency relating to a gun-free or weapon-free zone under section 40 of 1846 RS 66.