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Committee(s) Finance
ChairSen. Jim Runestad
Clerk NameJackie Mosher
Clerk Phone517.373.5312
LocationRoom 1200, Binsfeld Office Building, 201 Townsend Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateWednesday, 12/8/2021
Time12:30 PM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 5322 (Rep. Matt Hall) Sales tax: exemptions; identify information required for claiming exemption; include purchaser's license number issued by the Michigan liquor control commission to satisfy the requirements.

HB 5323 (Rep. Tenisha Yancey) Use tax: exemptions; identify information required for claiming exemption; include purchaser's license number issued by the Michigan liquor control commission to satisfy the requirements.

SB 764 (Sen. Curtis Hertel, Jr.) Individual income tax: income; deduction for certain wagering losses; provide for.

SB 720 (Sen. Jim Runestad) Taxation: tobacco; tobacco products tax act; modify.

SB 721 (Sen. Jim Runestad) State financing and management: funds; references in the health and safety fund act to the tobacco products tax act; update.

SB 722 (Sen. Jim Runestad) Taxation: tobacco; tobacco product manufacturers' escrow account; modify.

SB 417 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Individual income tax: credit; earned income tax credit; increase.

HB 5502 (Rep. Mark Tisdel) Property tax: exemptions; filing for eligible manufacturing personal property tax exemptions; modify.

HB 5503 (Rep. Diana Farrington) Property tax: exemptions; filing for eligible manufacturing personal property tax exemptions; modify.

HB 5504 (Rep. Julie Calley) Property tax: state essential services assessment; state essential services assessment; modify.

HB 5505 (Rep. Mary Cavanagh) Property tax: state essential services assessment; alternative state essential services assessment; modify.

HB 5506 (Rep. Jim Ellison) Taxation: other; eligibility for certain industrial facilities exemption certificates; modify.

And any other business properly before the committee.


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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