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Pension Tax

Eliminates 3-tier limitations and restrictions on deduction for retirement or pension benefits based on taxpayer's age.
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Committee Hearing in House Tax Policy Committee (4/14/2021)

First Responders

Prohibits assault against a first responder during a riot and provides penalties.
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Introduced (1/26/2021; To Judiciary Committee)

First Responders

Creates sentencing guidelines for assault against a first responder during a riot.
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Introduced (1/26/2021; To Judiciary Committee)

Public Employees

Requires monthly internet posting to include list of employees, position title, classified or nonclassified civil service distinction and salary for each state department.
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Reported in Senate (5/11/2021; By Oversight Committee)

Tuition Assistance

Modifies tuition assistance benefits for certain survivors of Michigan police officers and Michigan fire fighters killed in the line of duty.
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Introduced (2/2/2021; To Appropriations Committee)

Fair Employment

Prohibits employer inquiries regarding criminal history before offer of employment is made.
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Introduced (2/2/2021; To Commerce and Tourism Committee)

Corrections Officers

Makes corrections officers subject to the law enforcement officer separation of service record act.
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Received in Senate (4/29/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Corrections Officers

Expands personnel record release under the Bullard-Plawecki employee right to know act to include corrections officers in certain situations.
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Received in Senate (4/29/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Traffic Violations

Eliminates collection of biometric data for traffic violation.
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Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (2/23/2021)

Occupational Cancer

Extends presumption of causation of occupational cancer to fire/crash rescue officers and forest fire officers.
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Referred in Senate (3/18/2021; To Insurance and Banking Committee)

Occupational Cancer

Extends presumption of causation for certain occupational diseases to part-time, paid on-call, and volunteer firefighters
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Referred in Senate (3/18/2021; To Insurance and Banking Committee)

Right to Work

Revises collective bargaining to restore former provisions.
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Introduced (2/9/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

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 (2/9/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Paid Sick Time

Reverses changes made to the Earned Sick Time Act.
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Introduced (2/9/2021; To Commerce and Tourism Committee)

Law Enforcement

Increases penalties for disarming a law enforcement officer of a firearm if accomplished by force or if law enforcement officer is injured.
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Received in Senate (3/25/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Law Enforcement

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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Received in Senate (3/25/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Tuition Assistance

Modifies tuition assistance benefits for certain survivors of Michigan police officers and Michigan fire fighters killed in the line of duty.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Appropriations Committee (3/17/2021)

Accrued Liabilities

Modifies use of a level dollar method for paying off unfunded actuarial accrued liability.
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Committee Hearing in House Appropriations Committee (2/17/2021)

Collective Bargaining

Makes calendar and schedule for school year prohibited subjects of bargaining.
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Introduced (2/17/2021; To Education Committee)

Retirement Calculations

Modifies calculation of unfunded actuarial accrued liability contributions.
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Received in Senate (4/21/2021; To Appropriations Committee)

Retirement Calculations

Revises method to calculate unfunded actuarial liability.
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Received in Senate (4/21/2021; To Appropriations Committee)

Retirement Calculations

Revises method to calculate unfunded actuarial accrued liability and provides for certain members to opt out of retiree health benefits.
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Received in Senate (4/21/2021; To Appropriations Committee)

Retirement Calculations

Modifies calculation of unfunded actuarial accrued liability contributions.
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Received in Senate (4/21/2021; To Appropriations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Modifies population threshold for qualified city in the police and fire protection act.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)

Law Enforcement

Requires certain law enforcement disciplinary personnel records to be subject to freedom of information act requests.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Use Of Force

Provides for mandated reporting of incidents involving use of force.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Teachers

Modifies exceptions to requirement to bargain collectively by certain employers.
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Received in Senate (6/2/2021; To Education and Career Readiness Committee)

Teacher Bargaining

Makes ending day of school year a prohibited subject of bargaining.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Education Committee)

Smoke Alarms

Enacts requirements on power source for certain smoke alarm devices.
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Reported in Senate (6/10/2021; By Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Minimum Wage

Increases minimum wage rate and indexes to inflation.
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Introduced (3/2/2021; To Commerce and Tourism Committee)

Supplemental Appropriations

Provides for multi-department supplemental for 2021-22.
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Received in Senate (5/18/2021; To Appropriations Committee)

First Responders

Provides for paid time-off for first responders affected by a public health emergency.
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Introduced (3/3/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Corrections Officer Wellness

Creates Corrections Officer Wellness Unit Agency.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Oversight Committee (6/8/2021)

Corrections Officer Wellness

Provides for Corrections Officer Wellness Unit Agency in Corrections Code.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Oversight Committee (6/8/2021)

Vaccinations

Prohibits requiring certain vaccinations as a condition of employment.
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Re-referred in House (3/23/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Employment Security

Strikes provision regarding absences without notice of employee who involuntarily leaves employment.
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Introduced (3/11/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Employee Benefits

Decreases earning requirements and requalifying claimants.
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Introduced (3/11/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Employment Security

Strikes required conditions of employee involuntarily leaving employment for a medical reason.
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Introduced (3/11/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Modifies Michigan commission on law enforcement standards (MCOLES) to include grappling training.
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Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (6/8/2021)

Law Enforcement

Creates county law enforcement protection act
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Reported in House (6/22/2021; By Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

HB 4540

(PA 42)
Law Enforcement

Establishes transit police officers as law enforcement officers
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Signed by the Governor (7/1/2021; Signed: July 1, 2021, Effective: July 1, 2021)

Wage Garnishment

Revises notice period for deductions from wages without written consent of employee for certain deductions related to garnishment.
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Introduced (3/24/2021; To Commerce and Tourism Committee)

Retirement Benefits

Limits retirement health care benefits to 80% of premium.
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Introduced (4/13/2021; To Insurance Committee)

Criminal Procedure

Provides exception to the presumption for issuance of appearance tickets in lieu of an arrest in operating while intoxicated.
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Re-referred in House (6/10/2021; To Rules and Competitiveness Committee)

Correction Officers

Includes correction officers under compulsory arbitration for local police and firefighters
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Committee Hearing in House Commerce and Tourism Committee (5/25/2021)

Medical Leave

Expands paid medical leave for victims or witnesses of certain acts or crimes.
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Introduced (4/21/2021; To Rules and Competitiveness Committee)

Intoxication/Impairment

Expands methods of testing intoxication or impairment in the Michigan vehicle code to include other bodily fluid.
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Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (5/25/2021)

CPL License

Requires conservation officers to inquire about a CPL license when requesting forms of identification from individuals.
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Introduced (4/27/2021; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Correction Officers

Includes corrections officers in compulsory arbitration for local police and firefighters.
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Received in Senate (6/30/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Law Enforcement

Allows agreements requiring reimbursements for law enforcement agencies that fund police training for recruits in certain situations.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

COVID-19 Testing Locations

Requires employers to provide information regarding COVID-19 testing locations.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Occupational Safety and Health

Repeals prohibition related to promulgation of rules regarding workplace ergonomics
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Occupational Safety and Health

Creates infectious disease worker safety commission.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Prohibits employer taking adverse employment action against an employee who is absent from work during an emergency.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Occupational Safety and Health

Increases the maximum penalty amount for Michigan occupational health and safety act violations.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Occupational Safety and Health

Increases civil penalties for Michigan occupational safety and health violations.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Prohibits employer taking adverse employment action against an employee who raises concern over infection control.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Prohibits an employer from taking an adverse employment action based on employee communication regarding an occupational safety and health practice or hazard related to COVID-19.
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Introduced (4/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Asbestos

Modifies provisions related to civil penalties with respect to repeated violations and asbestos-related violations.
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Reported in House (5/27/2021; With substitute H-1; By Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee)

Law Enforcement Memorial

Extends Michigan law enforcement officers memorial monument fund commission.
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Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (6/15/2021)

Emergency Responders

Provides compensation eligibility for COVID-19 presumption for police, firefighters, and emergency medical personnel incurred in the line of duty.
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Received in Senate (7/15/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Highway Designation

Designate portion of M-34 as the "Patrolman Bobby Lynn Williams Memorial Highway."
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Received in Senate (6/24/2021; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Retired Law Enforcement

Updates Michigan retired law enforcement officer’s firearm carry act references.
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Introduced (5/18/2021; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Criminal Procedure

Requires notice to parent or guardian of a minor before questioning by law enforcement
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Introduced (5/18/2021; To Judiciary Committee)

Law Enforcement

Prohibits volunteer law enforcement officers.
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Introduced (5/18/2021; To Judiciary Committee)

Fireworks Safety Act

Updates cross-reference to the Michigan fireworks safety act.
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Introduced (5/20/2021; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Arbitration

Makes certain references in 1969 PA 312 regarding arbitration for local police officers and firefighters gender neutral.
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Introduced (5/26/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Repeals act relating to solicitation of strikebreakers.
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Introduced (5/27/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Firearms

Prohibits confiscation of lawfully possessed firearms when a state of emergency is declared under certain circumstances.
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Introduced (6/1/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Prohibits employer taking adverse employment action against an employee for use of personal protective equipment.
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Introduced (6/1/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Towed Vehicles

Provides requirement for towed vehicle information to be put into the LEIN system within 24 hours of initiated tow in vehicle code.
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Introduced (6/3/2021; To Transportation Committee)

Law Enforcement

Requires conservation officers to wear body cams while on patrol.
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Introduced (6/8/2021; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Warrants

Prohibits no-knock search warrants and requires certain procedures for certain warrants.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

False Report of Crime

Provides penalties for false report of a crime to law enforcement based solely upon the alleged perpetrator being a member of a protected class.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

False Report of Crime

Enacts penalties for false report of a crime to law enforcement based solely upon the alleged perpetrator being a member of a protected class.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Improper Use of Force

Provides authority to audit law enforcement agencies to ensure the accurate reporting of improper use of force to the Michigan commission on law enforcement standards.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement Training

Requires crisis intervention team training to deal with mentally ill individuals.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Requires body-worn cameras to be used by certain law enforcement officers.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Prohibits use of kinetic energy projectiles or chemical weapons to disperse an assembly.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Military Weapons

Provides restrictions on receiving military weapons and other equipment from the federal government.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Firearms

Increases penalties for intentionally discharging a firearm from vehicle or at a dwelling or a potentially occupied structure.
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Introduced (6/16/2021; To Judiciary Committee)

Law Enforcement

Requires mental health and law enforcement response training for law enforcement officers.
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Introduced (6/22/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Assault

Expands crime of assaulting a person performing certain job-related duties to include emergency room personnel.
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Introduced (6/22/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Medical First Responders

Allows licensure of medical first responders at 16 years of age.
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Introduced (6/23/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Law Enforcement Training

Increases required mental health first aid training.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Police Retirement

Eliminates income limit for police officers on disability retirement.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)

Essential Workers

Provides classification of essential workers.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Law Enforcement Academies

Allows employment contract with a new employee to cover academy tuition under certain conditions.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Creates grant program to law enforcement agencies to hire public service assistants.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement Academies

Modifies education requirements for applicants to law enforcement academies.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Provides renewal process for inactive license.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Secondary Road Patrol

Provides secondary road patrol.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Regulates labor service agencies.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Hours and Wages

Provides scheduling standards for certain employers.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Hours and Wages

Specifies minimum compensation amounts for exemption from overtime pay for certain employees.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Requires meal period for certain employees under certain circumstances.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Employee Security

Excludes severance pay from definition of remuneration.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Severance Pay

Requires severance pay for eligible employees for a closing or mass layoff.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Emergency Managers

Modifies reference to emergency managers in the public employment relations act to include reference to financial management teams.
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Introduced (6/24/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Michigan Works Agency

Requires Michigan works agency to disseminate jobs to individuals registered for work.
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Introduced (6/29/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

Gender Neutral Language

Makes compensation and benefits; certain references in the public safety officers benefit act gender neutral.
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Introduced (7/1/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Gender Neutral Language

Makes certain references in public act relating to disability compensation for peace officer gender neutral.
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Introduced (7/1/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Gender Neutral Language

Makes certain references in public act relating to disability compensation for firefighters gender neutral.
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Introduced (7/1/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Repeals public act regarding employment activities related to COVID-19.
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Introduced (7/1/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

Modifies definition of qualified city in the police and fire protection act.
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Introduced (7/1/2021; To Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)

Severance Pay

Requires severance pay for certain employees who are laid off employers to pay for relocations and mass layoffs.
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Introduced (7/1/2021; To Workforce, Trades and Talent Committee)

retirement benefits

Eliminates the three-tier limitations and restrictions on deduction for retirement or pension benefits based on taxpayer's age under the Income Tax Act of 1967.
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Introduced (1/13/2021; To Finance Committee)

SB 17

(Vetoed)
public employees

Modifies certain population thresholds regarding contracts of public servants with public entities.
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Vetoed (5/20/2021; Vetoed: May 20, 2021)

retirement benefits

Eliminates the three-tier limitations and restrictions on deduction for retirement or pension benefits based on taxpayer's age.
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Introduced (1/13/2021; To Finance Committee)

labor

Creates protections from adverse employment action individuals who are absent from work to respond to an emergency as an emergency responder.
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Introduced (1/26/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

health facilities

Expands crime of assaulting a person performing certain job-related duties to include emergency room personnel under the Michigan Penal Code.
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Introduced (2/2/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

charitable gaming

Provides credit for 2021 to bingo license renewals due to certain COVID-19 restrictions.
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Passed in Senate (3/24/2021; 35-0)

labor

Increases maximum penalties for Michigan Occupational Health and Safety Act violations.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

labor

Creates a prohibition for employers taking adverse employment action against an employee who raises concern over infection control.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

labor

Creates a prohibition during a declared state of emergency for employers taking adverse employment action against an employee who is absent from work.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

covid-19 testing

Creates a requirement for employers to provide information regarding COVID-19 testing locations.
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Introduced (2/23/2021; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

labor

Prohibits except under certain circumstances mandatory overtime for nurses.
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Introduced (3/4/2021; To Health Policy and Human Services Committee)

Corrections Officers

Creates corrections officer wellness unit agency.
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Introduced (3/9/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Domestic Violence

Modifies domestic violence incident report.
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Introduced (3/25/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Law Enforcement

Allows agreements requiring reimbursement for law enforcement agencies that fund police training for recruits.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Child Abuse Reporting

Expands mandatory reporting requirements for child abuse or child neglect.
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Introduced (5/4/2021; To Families, Seniors and Veterans Committee)

SB 438

(PA 39)
Operating while Intoxicated

Provides exception to the presumption for issuance of appearance tickets in lieu of an arrest in operating while intoxicated.
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Signed by the Governor (7/1/2021; Signed: July 1, 2021, Effective: July 1, 2021)

Law Enforcement Guidelines

Requires the commision to creates guidelines for the investigation of officer-involved deaths.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement Records

Requires use of force records to be included in separation of service record.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Revokes license of law enforcement officer that used excessive force.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Allows individuals filing complaints against law enforcement to remain private.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Public Employees

Eliminates obligation of bargaining representatives to represent members in grievance proceedings in certain circumstances.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Prohibits use of pressure to the throat or windpipe by law enforcement under certain circumstances.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Search Warrants

Modifies execution of search warrants.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Requires law enforcement agencies to adopt duty to intervene policy.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Requires law enforcement agencies to create use of force policies.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Requires mental health and law enforcement response training for law enforcement officers.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Requires the commission to conduct research study and analysis identifying barriers in the recruitment of law enforcement officer.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Law Enforcement

Prohibits tampering with evidence by law enforcement officer with specific intent and provide penalties.
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Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/15/2021)

Correction Officers

Include correction officers in compulsory arbitration for local police and firefighters.
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Introduced (5/26/2021; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Law Enforcement

Requires conservation officers to wear body cams while on patrol.
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Introduced (6/30/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Fair Employment Practices

Expands whistleblower protections.
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Introduced (7/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Law Enforcement

A resolution to urge the Congress of the United States to abolish qualified immunity for law enforcement officers.
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Introduced (6/15/2021)

Police Departments

A resolution to urge the U.S. Department of Justice to increase the use of consent decrees to hold police departments accountable.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

Policing Reforms

A resolution to urge the Congress of the United States to enact policing reforms to mandate anti-bias training, ban carotid holds and chokeholds, require the use of other de-escalation methods before use of deadly force, require body cameras, and address qualified immunity for law enforcement officers, among other initiatives.
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Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)

supermarket employee day

A resolution to designate February 22, 2021, as Supermarket Employee Day.
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Passed in Senate (2/18/2021; Adopted)

Police Misconduct

Urges the Senate of the United States to pass, and the President of the United States to sign, legislation to ban chokeholds, end racial and religious profiling, establish a national database to track police misconduct, and prohibit certain no-knock warrants, among other initiatives.
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Introduced (3/17/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Week Designation

A resolution to observe May 9-15, 2021, as Police Week.
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Passed in Senate (5/5/2021; Voice Vote)

organized labor

A concurrent resolution to oppose policies that restrict the autonomy of workers and employers and memorialize the President and Congress of the United States to support and defend the rights and freedoms of workers and employers.
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Passed in Senate (3/16/2021; Adopted by voice vote)