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Bill Status Report Mike Sauger

SINE DIE ADJOURNMENT

Establishes sine die as the Friday before the first Monday in November in an even numbered year.
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Introduced (1/24/2019; To Government Operations)

HB 4001

(PA 8)
CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE

Requires a criminal conviction before proceeding.
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Signed by the Governor (5/9/2019; Signed: May 9, 2019; Effective: August 7, 2019)

HB 4002

(PA 9)
CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE

Amends certain procedure for forfeiture in controlled substance cases.
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Signed by the Governor (5/9/2019; Signed: May 9, 2019; Effective: August 7, 2019)

PENSION TAX

Eliminates 3-tier limitations and restrictions for retirement or pension benefits based on taxpayer's age.
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Referred to Ways and Means (2/28/2019; From Tax Policy)

RIGHT TO WORK

Allows requirement for agency fee for nonunion members in bargaining agreements and as condition of employment in public sector.
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Introduced (1/15/2019; To Government Operations)

RIGHT TO WORK

Revises collective bargaining rights to restore former provisions.
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Introduced (1/15/2019; To Government Operations)

REWARDS FOR CRIME INFO

Increases maximum reward counties can offer for information leading to an arrest and conviction.
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Referred in Senate (5/16/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety)

POLICE AND FIRE PROTECTION

Modifies definition of qualified city in the police and fire protection act.
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Introduced (1/24/2019; To Local Government and Municipal Finance)

CONCEALED WEAPONS

Allows carrying of concealed weapons in no-carry zones by retired law enforcement officers.
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Introduced (1/29/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security)

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Prohibits use of credit history in the hiring process.
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Introduced (1/29/2019; To Financial Services)

PRIVATIZED SERVICES

Provides for pre-privatization cost-benefit analysis and process for public service workers to present alternative recommendations.
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Introduced (2/6/2019; To Appropriations)

PUBLIC SAFETY PROPERTY

Modifies provision related to malicious destruction of fire or police department property to include real property.
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Referred in Senate (4/10/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety)

HB 4239

(PA 60)
LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS BUDGET

Provides for 2019-20 fiscal year Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs budget.
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Signed by the Governor (9/30/2019; Signed: September 29, 2019; Effective: September 30, 2019; signing statement included)

HB 4249

(PA 30)
9-1-1 EQUIPMENT

Eliminates requirement that 9-1-1 service users with a multiline telephone system install additional equipment and rescinds related administrative rules.
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Signed by the Governor (6/25/2019; Signed: June 25, 2019; Effective: June 25, 2019)

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Requires participants of Michigan business development program to utilize bid process and encourage use of Michigan workforce.
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Introduced (2/28/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

MINIMUM WAGE

Increases the minimum wage and modifies for tipped employees.
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Introduced (3/7/2019; To Government Operations)

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Increases penalties for disarming a law enforcement officer of a firearm if accomplished by force or if law enforcement is injured.
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Referred in Senate (10/8/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety)

SENTENCING GUIDELINES

Provides for sentencing guidelines for disarming a law enforcement officer of a firearm if accomplished by force or if law enforcement officer is injured.
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Referred in Senate (10/8/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety)

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Prohibits employer inquiries regarding criminal history.
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Introduced (3/12/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Prohibits targeting a victim based on his or her actual perceived employment as a law enforcement officer, reserve officer or corrections officer.
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Introduced (3/12/2019; To Judiciary)

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Prohibits targeting a victim based on his or her actual or perceived employment as a firefighter or emergency medical services personnel and provides penalties.
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Introduced (3/12/2019; To Judiciary)

CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

Enacts sentencing guidelines for crime of targeting certain law enforcement officer, firefighter or emergency medical services personnel.
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Introduced (3/12/2019; To Judiciary)

DRUG OVERDOSE RESPONSE

Requires certain drug overdose training for medical first responders and paramedics.
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Committee Hearing in House Health Policy (3/21/2019)

DRUG OVERDOSE RESPONSE

Requires drug overdose training for peace officers that corresponds to training program for medical first responders and paramedics.
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Committee Hearing in House Health Policy (3/21/2019)

TUITION ASSISTANCE BENEFITS

Modifies tuition assistance benefits for certain survivors of Michigan police officers and fire fighters killed in the line of duty.
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Introduced (4/9/2019; To Appropriations)

NEWBORN SURRENDER

Allows surrender of newborn to a newborn safety device.
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Committee Hearing in House Families, Children and Seniors (6/5/2019--Canceled)

NEWBORN SURRENDER

Modifies definition of newborn and allows surrender to a newborn safety device.
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Committee Hearing in House Families, Children and Seniors (6/5/2019--Canceled)

NEWBORN SURRENDER

Revises reference in Michigan penal code to surrender of newborn under the newborn safe delivery law.
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Committee Hearing in House Families, Children and Seniors (6/5/2019--Canceled)

NEWBORN SURRENDER

Expands reporting death of a newborn after surrender to a newborn safety device
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Committee Hearing in House Families, Children and Seniors (6/5/2019--Canceled)

RETIREMENT

Revises method to calculate unfunded actuarial liability.
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Introduced (4/30/2019; To Appropriations)

PENSION OVERSIGHT

Provides for creation of the retirement system auditor within the legislative council.
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Introduced (4/30/2019)

LAW ENFORCEMENT INFORMATION

Allows for defense attorneys to access the law enforcement information network under certain circumstances.
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Introduced (4/30/2019; To Judiciary)

FALSE REPORTS

Prohibits summoning law enforcement to residence through intentional false report of a serious law enforcement emergency.
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Introduced (5/15/2019; To Judiciary)

WAGE VIOLATIONS

Increases sanctions for employer violations regarding the payment of wages and fringe benefits.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

EMERGENCY RESPONDER INSURANCE

Requires auto insurers to offer coverage for certain emergency responders.
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Introduced (5/28/2019; To Insurance)

SCHOOL SAFETY

Allows temporary door barricade devices in school buildings and provides standards.
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Referred to Ways and Means (10/15/2019; With substitute H-2; From Regulatory Reform)

MARIJUANA OFFENSES

Provides for authority for park and recreation officers to enforce certain marihuana-related offenses.
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Committee Hearing in House Judiciary (6/18/2019)

LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT

Prohibits use of state or local police resources to investigate or arrest persons for immigration enforcement purposes.
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Introduced (6/13/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security)

STOP-AND-FRISK

Eliminates stop-and-frisk policy procedures.
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Introduced (6/13/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security)

IMMIGRATION HOLDS

Prohibits detaining individuals on basis of immigration hold.
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Introduced (6/13/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security)

DEPORTATION

Establishes legal aid for individuals in deportation proceedings.
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Introduced (6/13/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security)

FACIAL RECOGNITION

Prohibits use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement officials and provides remedies.
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Introduced (7/10/2019; To Judiciary)

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

Removes prohibition against public school employers' use of public school resources to collect union dues.
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Introduced (8/6/2019; To Education)

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

Repeals requirement that wages and benefits not increase after expiration of collective bargaining agreement.
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Introduced (8/6/2019; To Government Operations)

EMERGENCY SERVICES

Revises critical incident stress management services for emergency service providers to include physicians and individuals employed by or under contract with a health facility or agency.
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Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means (10/15/2019)

TRAFFIC CONTROL

Increases penalties for failure to stop for a school bus displaying flashing red lights.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Transportation)

WAGE AND BENEFITS

Enacts sentencing guideline for wage and fringe benefit payment violations.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

WAGES

Increases penalties for employer requiring nondisclosure of wages by employee.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

WAGES

Enacts sentencing guidelines for employer requiring nondisclosure of wages.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

WHISTLEBLOWERS

Expands protection of whistleblowers to include employees reporting to state employee ombudsman or the press.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

FAIR EMPLOYMENT

Prohibits employers requiring certain noncompete agreements.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

CONTRACTORS

Provides for penalties and remedies for misclassification of independent contractors.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

HOURS AND WAGES

Prohibits commissioner from disclosing to employer if employee files claim under 2018 PA 337.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

HOURS AND WAGES

Prohibit commissioner from disclosing employee who files claim under 2018 PA 337 if requested by employee.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

FAIR EMPLOYMENT

Prohibits identity of employee who files a complaint under 1978 PA 390 from being disclosed to employer.
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Introduced (8/29/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

PREVAILING WAGE

Requires prevailing wages and fringe benefits on state projects; to establish the requirements and responsibilities of contracting agents and bidders; and to prescribe penalties.
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Introduced (9/3/2019; To Government Operations)

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING

Allows for the inclusion of length of service as a factor in personnel decisions.
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Introduced (9/3/2019; To Education)

PROHIBITED BARGAINING SUBJECTS

Revises the list of prohibited subjects of bargaining for public school employers.
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Introduced (9/3/2019; To Education)

WORKER'S COMPENSATION

Extends presumption of causation to fire/crash rescue officers and forest fire officers.
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Introduced (9/10/2019; To Insurance)

POLICE RECRUIT SCHOLARSHIP

Creates police recruit scholarship match fund.
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Introduced (9/11/2019; To Appropriations)

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Creates law enforcement awareness grant program.
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Introduced (9/11/2019; To Appropriations)

FAIR EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Regulates labor service agencies.
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Introduced (9/25/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

SCHEDULING

Provides for scheduling standards for certain employees.
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Introduced (9/25/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

SEVERANCE PAY

Excludes severance pay from definition of remuneration.
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Introduced (10/3/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

MEAL PERIODS

Requires meal period for certain employees under certain circumstances.
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Introduced (10/3/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

SEVERANCE PAY

Requires severance pay for eligible employees for a closing or mass layoff.
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Introduced (10/3/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

OVERTIME PAY

Specifies minimum compensation amounts for exemption from overtime pay.
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Introduced (10/3/2019; To Commerce And Tourism)

SECONDARY ROAD PATROL

Restores secondary road patrol funding for fiscal year 2019-20.
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Introduced (10/8/2019; To Appropriations)

SB 2

(PA 7)
CIVIL ASSET FORFEITURE

Requires a criminal conviction before law enforcement can proceed with civil asset forfeiture process.
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Signed by the Governor (5/9/2019; Signed: May 9, 2019; Effective: August 7, 2019)

DRIVERS LICENSE

Increases penalties for driving a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license and requires law enforcement to take certain actions.
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Introduced (1/15/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure)

PROOF OF INSURANCE

Establishes a system for online verification of automobile insurance.
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Introduced (1/15/2019; To Insurance and Banking)

PENSION TAX

Makes changes to the Income Tax Act of 1967 to eliminate the three-tier limitations and restrictions on the deduction for retirement or pension based on a taxpayer's age.
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Introduced (1/15/2019; To Finance)

PENSION TAX

Eliminates the three-tier limitations and restrictions under the Income Tax Act of 1967 on the deduction for retirement or pension benefits based on a taxpayer's age.
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Introduced (1/15/2019; To Finance)

ASSAULT

Expands crime of assaulting a person performing certain job-related duties to includes emergency room personnel.
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Introduced (2/5/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety)

SEARCH AND SEIZURE

Provides for a resident consent exception for a warrant requirement to search a premises.
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Reported in Senate (10/3/2019; Substitute S-2 adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety)

LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS BUDGET

Provides appropriations for the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs for Fiscal Year 2019-20.
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Committee Hearing in House Appropriations (6/19/2019)

SB 147

(PA 53)
STATE POLICE BUDGET

Provides appropriations for the Department of State Police for Fiscal Year 2019-20.
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Signed by the Governor (9/30/2019; Signed: September 29, 2019; Effective: September 30, 2019; with line-item vetoes)

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

Creates the Emergency Responder Employment Protection Act prohibiting employers from discriminating, disciplining or firing an employee who is absent from work who also serves as an emergency responder.
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Introduced (2/28/2019; To Economic and Small Business Development)

SUICIDE PREVENTION

Creates a Suicide Prevention Commission within Legislative Council.
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Passed in House (9/24/2019; 97-11, Immediate effect)

LAW ENFORCEMENT MEMORIAL

Expands criteria for inclusion on the Michigan Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
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Introduced (5/15/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Adds section to Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act establishing a commission on pay equity.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Requires employers disclosure of certain wage information upon request.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

Prohibits employers from engaging in certain discriminatory practices and allows for remedies under the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

Requires employers to post notices of employment discrimination website and phone number.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Requires written job descriptions for companies with more than five employees.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

Requires the state to report on and plan to reduce pay differentials for men and women.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

Creates a pay equity in the workplace award program.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION

Creates a requirement for private businesses that contract with the state to provide pay equity compliance certification.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Revises notice period for certain deductions related to garnishment from wages without written consent of an employee.
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Introduced (5/21/2019; To Government Operations)

RAILROADS

Creates a Local Grade Separation Fund and grant program.
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Reported in Senate (9/4/2019; S-1 substitute adopted; By Transportation and Infrastructure)

EPI-PENS

Allows prescribers to prescribe and pharmacists to dispense to firefighters and law enforcement agencies for purposes of the law enforcement and firefighter access to epinephrine act.
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Introduced (8/20/2019; To Health Policy and Human Services)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Increases the penalties for wage and fringe benefit payment violations with the intent to defraud.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Increases penalties for employers requiring nondisclosure of wages by employees.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

PUBLIC EMPLOYEES OMBUDSMAN

Creates an ombudsman for state employees.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

WHISTLEBLOWERS

Expands state whistleblower protections to include employees reporting to the state employee ombudsman or to the press.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Prohibits employers requiring certain noncompete agreements.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS

Expands the definition of employee and protected activities under the Whistleblowers' Protection Act.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS

Provides for penalties and remedies for misclassification of independent contractors.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Prohibits the disclosure to an employer if requested by an employee of a civil claim being made under the Improved Workforce Opportunity Wage Act.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

EMPLOYMENT PRACTICES

Prohibits disclosure by the state to an employer of the identity of an employee if the employee requests to not be identified who has filed a labor complaint to the state.
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Introduced (9/4/2019; To Government Operations)

OVERTIME PAY

Specifies for certain employees the minimum compensation amounts for exemption from overtime pay.
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Introduced (10/8/2019; To Government Operations)

SECONDARY ROAD PATROL

Restores secondary road patrol funding for fiscal year 2019-20.
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Introduced (10/8/2019; To Appropriations)

LAW ENFORCEMENT MENTAL HEALTH

A resolution to declare March 19, 2019, as Law Enforcement Mental Health Awareness Day in the state of Michigan.
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Passed in House (3/19/2019; Voice vote)

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