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House Bill Would Require Warrants For DNR To Enter Property
Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Under current law, Department of Natural Resource officers can search for an individual's property without permission from the landowner. One Republican lawmaker is seeking to protect privacy rights by subjecting DNR officers to the same standards as other law enforcement.

House Criminal Justice Reports New Hate Crime Bills
Tuesday, April 23, 2024

To overcome the onslaught of misinformation around the hate crime legislation the House passed last year, Rep. Noah Arbit (D-West Bloomfield) has introduced a new set of bills aimed at protecting people from violence based on their sexual orientation, gender identity, age and disability.

House Dems Promote New Transparency Bills In Honor Of Sunshine Week
Wednesday, March 13, 2024

A group of House Democrats hope that the future of government transparency in Michigan is bright.

Fentanyl Bills Dominate Testimony Before House Criminal Justice
Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Members of a House panel debated three bills that propose increased penalties and sentencing recommendations for the crime of manufacturing, delivering or being in possession with intent to deliver fentanyl laced or based drugs.

House Panel Reviews DNA Evidence, Wrongful Imprisonment Bills
Tuesday, March 5, 2024

DNA evidence has revolutionized criminal trials, and lawmakers are looking to extend access for those challenging wrongful convictions.

Dem Bills Would Ban Utility PAC Contributions, Campaign Activities
Thursday, February 22, 2024

The state's regulated investor-owned utilities would be banned from making political contributions under legislation announced Thursday by Democrats, a move supporters said would eliminate what they called undue influence on the political process.

Uniform Partition Of Heirs Property Act Gets Committee Hearing
Wednesday, January 17, 2024

A House committee considered legislation to change the way heirs' property is handled on Wednesday.

In Dramatic Vote, House OKs Financial Disclosure Bills
Wednesday, November 8, 2023

During a late-night session Wednesday, the House managed to muster up the votes to pass financial disclosure requirements with the help of some Republicans as several Democrats voted no. The passage of the bills left a bipartisan group of lawmakers unhappy.

No Movement On Prop 1 In The House With Sine Die Looming
Thursday, November 2, 2023

Financial disclosure legislation did not come up for a vote in the House on Thursday, despite an ever-shrinking window for the Legislature to enact the constitutional changes required by Proposal 2022-1.

House OKs Witness, Victim Protection Bills
Tuesday, October 24, 2023

Witnesses and crime victims would have more confidentiality under legislation passed by the House on Tuesday.

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