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Clerk Phone NumberMelissa Weipert 517-373-5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 3/19/2019
Time9:00 AM
AgendaHB 4031 (Rep. Brann) Criminal procedure; probation; supervision fees in the code of criminal procedure; modify.

HB 4032 (Rep. Brann) Criminal procedure; other; supervision fees for probation and parole in code of corrections; modify.

HB 4102 (Rep. Marino) Crimes; animals; crimes involving dog fighting; include other thing of value in prohibition on profiting from dog fights.

HB 4103 (Rep. Guerra) Crimes; credit cards; crimes involving credit cards; include cryptocurrency and distributed ledger technology in definition section of credit chapter in penal code.

HB 4104 (Rep. LaFave) Crimes; organized; crimes involving racketeering; include money, property, or any other thing of value in description of financial gain from racketeering.

HB 4105 (Rep. Berman) Crimes; embezzlement; crimes involving embezzlement; include cryptocurrency in definitions in embezzlement section in penal code.

HB 4106 (Rep. Wittenberg) Crimes; forgery; crimes involving forgery and counterfeiting; include altering a record by use of distributed ledger technology.

HB 4107 (Rep. Farrington) Crimes; definitions; definition of cryptocurrency in money laundering definition section of penal code; provide for.

HB 4185 (Rep. Farrington) Crimes; malicious destruction; provision related to malicious destruction of fire or police department property; modify to include real property.

HB 4296 (Rep. Filler) Civil procedure; costs and fees; e-filing fee; extend sunset.

SB 23 (Sen. Runestad) Crimes; identity theft; mail and mail depository protection act; create.

SB 24 (Sen. Lucido) Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; guidelines for mail theft; establish.

ChairGraham Filler

In the spirit of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Committee Clerk's Office by phone [(517) 373-0015] or by TDD [(517) 373-0543] if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting
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