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Committee(s) Health Policy
ChairRep. Bronna Kahle
Clerk NameMelissa Sweet
Clerk Phone517.373.5176
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateThursday, 12/9/2021
Time10:30 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 4194 (Rep. Pamela Hornberger) Health occupations: health professionals; invasive bodily examinations; prohibit under certain circumstances.

HB 5165 (Rep. Mary Whiteford) Mental health: community mental health; adult inpatient psychiatric services; modify ability to pay provision.

HB 5413 (Rep. Jim Lilly) Health: children; definitions related to lead; modify and reorganize.

HB 5414 (Rep. Rachel Hood) Health occupations: physicians; continuing education on lead poisoning identification and treatment; require.

HB 5415 (Rep. Pauline Wendzel) Health: children; definition of elevated blood level; modify for certain minors and modify and reorganize other definitions.

HB 5416 (Rep. Angela Witwer) Human services: medical services; annual lead screening test for certain children enrolled in Medicaid and MIChild; require.

HB 5417 (Rep. Sarah Anthony) Health: children; reporting requirements for blood lead levels for minors; modify.

HB 5418 (Rep. Julie Rogers) Children: health; automatic qualification for children's special health care services for certain children affected by lead exposure; require.

HB 5419 (Rep. Stephanie Young) Property: conveyances; lead-based paint inspections before the sale or transfer of certain real property; require.

HB 5420 (Rep. Timothy Beson) Construction: lead abatement; administration of lead renovation, repair, and painting rule program; provide for.

HB 5421 (Rep. Cynthia Neeley) Construction: lead abatement; certain definitions in lead abatement provision; modify.

HB 5423 (Rep. Julie Calley) Health: children; referral requirements for blood lead levels for minors; modify.

SB 759 (Sen. Curtis S. VanderWall) Health occupations: health professionals; exemption from licensure for individuals who hold an out-of-state license; provide for during certain shortages caused by public health emergencies.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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