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Michigan Compiled Laws Complete Through PA 48 of 2019

Senate: Adjourned until Thursday, October 17, 2019 10:00:00 AM


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Committee(s) Appropriations
ChairSen. Jim Stamas
Clerk NameScott Jones
Clerk Phone517.373.5307
LocationHarry T. Gast Appropriations Room, 3rd Floor, Capitol Building, 100 S. Capitol Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933
DateWednesday, 9/18/2019
Time2:00 PM
AgendaHB 4850 (Mary Whiteford) Mental health; other; mental health license and permit fees; extend sunset.

HB 4853 (Tommy Brann) Records; vital records; waiver of vital record fee for certain individuals; provide for.

HB 4857 (Aaron Miller) Criminal procedure; sex offender registration; sex offender registration fees; extend sunset.

HB 4858 (Mark Huizenga) Watercraft; other; certain commercial lookup service fees; extend sunset.

HB 4889 (Jon Hoadley) State; identification cards; commercial look-up service fees; extend sunset.

HB 4890 (Terry Sabo) Law; sunset; certain motor vehicle act fees; extend sunset.

HB 4891 (John Cherry) Environmental protection; permits; groundwater discharge permit and sewer expedited permit; extend sunset.

HB 4892 (Joseph Tate) Law enforcement; fingerprinting; fingerprinting and criminal record check fees; extend sunset.

HB 4893 (Rachel Hood) Environmental protection; solid waste; solid waste surcharge; extend sunset.

HB 4694 (Jim Lilly) Retirement; public school employees; allowing a retirant to be employed at a reporting unit under certain conditions without forfeiting retirement allowance or health care coverage; modify.

HCR 9 (Aaron Miller)

SB 473 (Wayne A. Schmidt) Education; financing; calculation of number of mills to be levied for school operating purposes; update to reflect change in terminology to target foundation allowance.

SB 474 (Wayne A. Schmidt) School aid; foundation allowance; reference to basic foundation allowance in postsecondary enrollment options act; change to target foundation allowance.

SB 475 (Wayne A. Schmidt) School aid; foundation allowance; reference to basic foundation allowance in revenue estimating conference; change to target foundation allowance.

SB 476 (Wayne A. Schmidt) School aid; foundation allowance; reference to basic foundation allowance in career and technical preparation act; change to target foundation allowance.

Legislative Transfer Request 2019-4

SB 530 (Rosemary Bayer) Environmental protection; permits; air pollution permit fees; revise.

And any other business properly before the committee.

Individuals wishing to present testimony electronically should contact the Clerk and bring an HDMI compatible device.

In the spirit of compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA), individuals with a disability should feel free to contact the Senate Business Office by phone [(517) 373-1675] or email senbusinessoffice@senate.michigan.gov if requesting special services to effectively participate in the meeting.

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