Tentative Senate Agenda - Tuesday, June 12, 2018

All bills on General Orders will go all the way to final passage.

Messages from the House:
002 - SB 652 (Casperson) Administrative procedure; rules; environmental rules; establish a special review committee.
  
003 - SB 653 (Booher) Environmental protection; permits; permit appeal panel; create.
  
004 - SB 654 (Robertson) Environmental protection; other; Michigan environmental science advisory board; create.
  
007 - SB 330 (O'Brien) Traffic control; violations; crime of operation of vehicle causing death while holding a suspended or revoked license or registration; expand to include individuals whose licenses or registrations were suspended or revoked by other states.
  
008 - SB 816 (Knollenberg) Individual income tax; checkoff; contributions to the Michigan World War II Legacy Memorial fund; provide for.
  
___ - SB 817 (Bieda) Individual income tax; other; Michigan World War II Legacy Memorial fund act; create.
  
___ - SB 1016 (Stamas) Corporate income tax; insurance companies; rate; reduce for certain gross premiums.

Third Reading of Bills:
020 - SB 784 (Warren) Health; emergency response; do-not-resuscitate order; allow a parent or guardian to execute on behalf of a minor child.
  
021 - SB 786 (Warren) Probate; guardians and conservators; do-not-resuscitate orders; authorize a guardian of a minor to execute.
  
022 - SB 827 (Jones) Education; school districts; filing, storage, and notice rules regarding do-not-resuscitate orders and comfort or care plans and limitation of liability for providing a comfort or care measure; create.
  
023 - SB 906 (Brandenburg) Sales tax; exemptions; purchase or lease of a school bus or services; provide exemption under certain circumstances.
  
024 - SB 907 (Brandenburg) Use tax; exemptions; purchase or lease of a school bus or services; provide exemption under certain circumstances.
  
025 - SB 711 (Stamas) State financing and management; authorities; port authority act; revise.
  
026 - HB 5417 (Johnson) Natural resources; hunting; possessing or transporting of a bow and arrow, crossbow, or slingshot; modify.
  
027 - HB 5406 (Victory) Water; other; water asset management council; establish.
  
028 - HB 5408 (Cole) Transportation; other; transportation asset management council; modify, and modify reporting requirements for local road agencies.
  
029 - HB 5335 (VerHeulen) State agencies (proposed); boards and commissions; Michigan infrastructure council; establish.
  
030 - HB 5379 (Hertel) Education; safety; possession and application of sunscreen at school; allow.
  
031 - HB 4918 (Allor) Consumer protection; unfair trade practices; veterans; prohibit pension poaching.
  
032 - HB 4176 (Kosowski) Vehicles; equipment; use of amber flashing lights on vehicles that participate in neighborhood watch programs; allow.
  
033 - HB 4828 (Greig) Highways; name; portion of I-696; designate as the "Trooper Vicki Moreau DeVries Memorial Highway".
  
034 - HB 5664 (Wittenberg) Highways; name; portion of I-96; designate as the "Officer Mason Samborski Memorial Highway".
  
035 - HB 5645 (Barrett) Criminal procedure; witnesses; support dog when witness testifies; allow under certain circumstances.
  
036 - HB 5738 (Noble) State; other; outdated appropriation for Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin boundaries; repeal.
  
037 - HB 5741 (LaFave) State agencies (existing); boards and commissions; Wisconsin-Michigan boundary commission; repeal.
  
038 - HB 5761 (Bellino) Crimes; other; provision for making or procuring false protest; repeal.
  
039 - HB 5762 (Kahle) Civil procedure; other; reference to certain criminal violations; modify.
  
040 - HB 5763 (Griffin) Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for false protest; repeal.
  
041 - HB 5769 (Rendon) Corrections; other; boys' vocational schools; repeal.
  
042 - HB 5775 (Hauck) Crimes; animals; provision related to disposition and use of animals permanently unfit to work; repeal.
  
043 - HB 5884 (Noble) Health facilities; other; act establishing tuberculosis and hospital sanatoriums; repeal.
  
044 - HB 5885 (Kosowski) Health facilities; other; references to remove 1925 PA 177; remove from 1987 PA 230.
  
045 - HB 5886 (Johnson) Health facilities; other; references to 1925 PA 177; remove from 1945 PA 109.
  
046 - HB 5887 (Bellino) Health facilities; other; references to 1925 PA 177; remove from 1913 PA 350.
  
047 - HB 5888 (Hammoud) Health facilities; other; references to 1925 PA 177; remove from the social welfare act.
  
048 - HB 5892 (Allor) Corrections; other; probation recovery camps; repeal.
  
049 - HB 5893 (Rendon) Corrections; other; conservation rehabilitation camp for male delinquent youths; repeal 1963 PA 145.
  
050 - HB 5894 (Hauck) Corrections; other; operation of Camp LaVictoire conservation rehabilitation camp; repeal.
  
051 - HB 5895 (LaFave) Corrections; other; conservation rehabilitation camp for male delinquent youths; repeal 1962 PA 229.
  
052 - HB 5990 (Hornberger) Law enforcement; fire personnel; certain reporting requirements under the firefighters training council act; repeal.
  
053 - HB 5993 (Marino) Agriculture; diseases and pests; certain reporting requirements under the insect pest and plant disease act; repeal.
  
054 - HB 5995 (Iden) Veterans; employment; certain reporting requirements under the veteran right to employment services act; repeal.
  
055 - HB 5996 (Alexander) Agriculture; products; certain reporting requirements under the grade A milk law; repeal.
  
056 - HB 5997 (Bellino) Corrections; other; certain reporting requirements under the community corrections act; repeal.
  
057 - HB 5998 (Noble) Education; special; certain reporting requirements under the Michigan school for the blind act; repeal.
  
058 - HB 5999 (Hoitenga) Insurance; health benefits; reporting requirement about competition in small employer carrier health market; eliminate.
  
059 - HB 6000 (LaFave) Explosives; fireworks; certain reporting requirements under the Michigan fireworks safety act; repeal.
  
060 - HB 6001 (Johnson) Human services; food assistance; certain reporting requirements under the state food stamp distribution act; repeal.
  
061 - HB 6002 (Allor) Construction; code; reference to Michigan fireworks safety act; modify.
  
062 - HB 6003 (Allor) Energy; gas and oil; certain reporting requirements under the motor fuels quality act; repeal.
  
063 - HB 6004 (Rendon) Individual income tax; other; certain reporting requirements under the income tax act; eliminate.
  
064 - HB 6005 (Hauck) Criminal procedure; DNA; certain reporting requirements under the DNA identification profiling system act; eliminate.

General Orders:
094 - SB 416 (Rocca) Animals; animal shelters; adoption of certain seized animals used in fighting operations; allow, and make other revisions.
  
138 - SB 110 (Schmidt) Housing; affordable; incentives for affordable rental housing; allow local units of government to provide.
  
167 - HB 4871 (Chang) Economic development; other; qualifying period for assessment; modify.
  
173 - HB 4030 (Byrd) Individual income tax; checkoff; donation to the Lions of Michigan Foundation; provide for.
  
174 - HB 4031 (Byrd) Individual income tax; other; Lions of Michigan Foundation fund act; create.
  
186 - HB 5278 (Neeley) Crime victims; rights; Michigan domestic and sexual violence prevention and treatment board; codify.
  
198 - SB 1022 (Robertson) Campaign finance; committees; procedures for disbursement of terminating candidate committee expenditures; modify, and provide penalties for noncompliance.
  
204 - SB 965 (Hune) Natural resources; soil and erosion; administration and enforcement of part 91 of NREPA; expressly allow municipalities to act jointly.
  
206 - HB 4475 (Howell) Natural resources; land acquisition; cap on acreage in northern Michigan; remove, and approve strategic plan.
  
208 - SB 909 (Knollenberg) Education; teachers; noncertificated, nonendorsed teacher of career and technical education; allow to teach and to become certificated under certain circumstances.
  
209 - SB 910 (Knollenberg) School aid; other; requirement to employ certificated teachers for the purposes of school aid; modify.
  
210 - SB 980 (Hune) Education; dual enrollment; cap on eligible credits that high school students may take under the postsecondary enrollment options act; eliminate.
  
211 - HB 4069 (Tedder) Education; teachers; college credit requirements for individual to serve as substitute teacher; revise.
  
213 - SB 331 (Emmons) Health; occupations; licensing of genetic counselors; require.
  
214 - SB 683 (O'Brien) Health occupations; acupuncturists; licensure of acupuncturist; provide for.
  
215 - SB 901 (Stamas) Health occupations; podiatrists; definition of the practice of podiatric medicine and surgery; modify.
  
216 - SB 929 (Casperson) Health facilities; emergency medical services; ambulance availability for county or micropolitan area with population of 10,000 or less; provide for.
  
217 - HB 5805 (Bizon) Health; pharmaceuticals; generically equivalent drug products and Food and Drug Administration-designated interchangeable biological drug products; require pharmacist to charge certain amount to certain purchasers.
  
218 - HB 5811 (Farrington) Occupations; notaries public; remote performance of notarial acts; authorize.
  
247 - HB 4705 (Lucido) Vehicles; driver training; training component for drivers regarding protocol when pulled over by a law enforcement officer; include in curriculum.
  
248 - HB 5673 (Allor) Highways; name; portion of US-23; designate as the "Trooper Larry Forreider Memorial Highway".
  
250 - SB 1029 (Hune) Insurance; insurers; domestic stock insurer divisions; regulate.
  
254 - SB 981 (Hune) Occupations; inspectors; carnival-amusement ride inspector qualifications; revise.
  
263 - HB 5139 (Rendon) Education; curriculum; instruction on a career exploration and job readiness; require.
  
264 - HB 5141 (Kahle) Education; teachers; option to hire noncertificated teachers for career and technical programs; provide for.
  
265 - HB 5142 (Kosowski) School aid; other; requirement to employ certificated teachers for the purposes of school aid; modify.
  
266 - HB 5145 (Alexander) Education; teachers; time invested with local employers and technology centers; include toward continuing education and professional development.
  
___ - HB 4185 (Bizon) Traffic control; traffic regulation; requirement for operator of a motor vehicle to maintain a 5-foot distance when passing a bicyclist on the left; establish. (If Reported From the Judiciary Committee.)
  
___ - HB 4198 (Alexander) Vehicles; driver training; training component for drivers regarding safety for bicyclists and other vulnerable roadway users on the road; require. (If Reported From the Judiciary Committee.)
  
___ - HB 4265 (Hughes) Traffic control; traffic regulation; requirement for operator of a motor vehicle to maintain a 5-foot distance when passing a bicyclist; establish. (If Reported From the Judiciary Committee.)
  
___ - HB 5739 (Marino) Individual income tax; checkoff; donation to the Kiwanis fund; provide for. (If Reported From the Finance Committee.)
  
___ - HB 5740 (Farrington) Individual income tax; other; Kiwanis fund act; create. (If Reported From the Finance Committee.)

Conference Reports:
___ - SB 848 (Hildenbrand) Appropriations; zero budget; omnibus budget appropriations; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
___ - HB 5579 (Kelly) Appropriations; zero budget; fiscal year 2018-2019 omnibus appropriations for school aid, higher education, and community colleges; provide for.

Budget Implementation Bills
191 - HB 4609 (Marino) State financing and management; funds; cap and distribution of disaster and contingency fund; revise and modify.
  
192 - HB 4610 (Farrington) State financing and management; funds; cap and distribution of disaster and contingency fund; revise and modify.
  
189 - HB 5652 (Reilly) Retirement; judges; determination of actuarial equivalent retirement allowance; modify.
  
190 - HB 5653 (Leutheuser) Retirement; state employees; determination of actuarial equivalent retirement allowance; modify.
  
262 - HB 5985 (VerHeulen) Criminal procedure; indigent defense; Michigan indigent defense commission; modify.
  
194 - HB 5908 (VerHeulen) Property tax; local community stabilization share; distribution of local community stabilization act share revenues; modify.
  
207 - HB 5536 (Wentworth) Veterans; other; county veteran service fund; create, and provide for funding and expenditures.
  
195 - HB 5934 (Canfield) Human services; medical services; rural hospital access pool; provide for.
  
193 - HB 5901 (Whiteford) Crime victims; other; allocation for statewide trauma system; modify limitation.

Resolutions:
___ - SR 173 (Jones) A resolution to recognize June 2018 as the 50th Anniversary of the Michigan District Judges Association. (If Reported From the Judiciary Committee.)