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HB 4001

(PA 8)
civil asset forfeiture

Requires a criminal conviction before proceeding.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (5/9/2019; Signed: May 9, 2019; Effective: August 7, 2019)
Presented in House (5/6/2019; Presented 5/6/2019)
Passed in Senate (4/25/2019; 37-1, immediate effect)
Enrolled in House (4/25/2019; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 107-3)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (4/24/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (4/18/2019; S-1 substitute adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Referred in Senate (3/5/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (2/28/2019; 107-3, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (2/27/2019; With substitute H-2 and amendment(s))
Reported in House (2/26/2019; Substitute H-2 adopted; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (2/19/2019)
Introduced (1/9/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose as Written

HB 4002

(PA 9)
civil asset forfeiture

Amends certain procedure for forfeiture in controlled substance cases.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (5/9/2019; Signed: May 9, 2019; Effective: August 7, 2019)
Presented in House (5/6/2019; Presented 5/6/2019)
Passed in Senate (4/25/2019; 37-1, immediate effect)
Enrolled in House (4/25/2019; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 107-3)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (4/24/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (4/18/2019; S-1 substitute adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Referred in Senate (3/5/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (2/28/2019; 107-3, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (2/27/2019; With substitute H-3 and amendment(s))
Reported in House (2/26/2019; Substitute H-3 adopted; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (2/19/2019)
Introduced (1/9/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose as Written

stun guns

Allows purchase and possession of stun guns for those 21 and older.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (1/15/2020; To Government Operations Committee)
Passed in House (1/14/2020; 84-24, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (1/8/2020; With substitute H-1)
Reported in House (12/10/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (12/3/2019)
Introduced (1/10/2019)

Comments:
  • (3/6/2019): Oppose as Written

    --Updated 3/6/2019

concealed pistol licenses

Provides for a lifetime concealed pistol license.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/10/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose

concealed pistol licenses

Requires concealed pistol license for individuals to carry concealed pistols in weapon-free zones.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/10/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose

concealed pistols

Eliminates prohibition on carrying a concealed pistol.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/10/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose

criminal justice data

Creates program for the management and collection of data related to criminal justice statistics.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/15/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Monitor

opioid antagonists

Expands definition of peace officer in the carrying and administering of opioid antagonists act to include corrections officers.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (5/22/2019; To Health Policy and Human Services Committee)
Passed in House (5/21/2019; 109-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/16/2019)
Reported in House (5/7/2019; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (4/25/2019; From Health Policy Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Health Policy Committee (3/21/2019)
Introduced (1/16/2019; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Support

arrest records

Prohibits employer requesting, making or maintaining a record of a job applicant's felony arrest or detention.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose as Written -- Work with Sponsor

police and fire protection

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

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Monitor

concealed weapons

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

Comments:
  • (3/27/2019): Support

HB 4118

(PA 31)
speed restrictions

Modifies procedure of establishing certain speed limits and makes other revisions.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (6/25/2019; Signed: June 25, 2019; Effective: June 25, 2019)
Presented in House (6/20/2019; Presented 6/20/2019)
Passed in Senate (6/18/2019; 33-4; immediate effect)
Enrolled in House (6/18/2019)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (6/13/2019)
Reported in Senate (6/5/2019; By Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (5/22/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (5/15/2019--Canceled)
Referred in Senate (4/24/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Passed in House (4/23/2019; 106-4, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (4/18/2019)
Reported in House (4/16/2019; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (3/19/2019; From Transportation Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (3/12/2019)
Introduced (1/29/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Support

HB 4126

(PA 31)
marijuana

Provides for health warning labels on marijuana products sold in Michigan.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (2/20/2020; Signed: February 19, 2020; Effective: February 20, 2020; signed by Lt. Governor Gilchrist)
Enrolled in House (2/4/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 100-4)
Passed in Senate (1/29/2020; 34-2, immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (1/22/2020; Committee substitute S-2 adopted)
Reported in Senate (12/11/2019; S-2 substitute adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (12/5/2019)
Referred in Senate (9/11/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (9/10/2019; 105-4, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (9/5/2019; With substitute H-2)
Reported in House (8/27/2019; With substitute H-2; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/18/2019)
Introduced (2/5/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/6/2019): Referred to Marijuana Subcommittee for review

    --Updated 4/12/2019

HB 4127

(PA 32)
marijuana

Provides for requirement for health warnings labels on medical marijuana products in Michigan.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (2/20/2020; Signed: February 19, 2020; Effective: February 20, 2020; signed by Lt. Governor Gilchrist)
Enrolled in House (2/4/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 100-4)
Passed in Senate (1/29/2020; 35-2, immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (1/22/2020; Committee substitute S-2 adopted)
Reported in Senate (12/11/2019; S-2 substitute adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (12/5/2019)
Referred in Senate (9/11/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (9/10/2019; 105-4, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (9/5/2019; With substitute H-2 and amendment(s))
Reported in House (8/27/2019; With substitute H-2; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/18/2019)
Introduced (2/5/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/6/2019): Referred to Marijuana Subcommittee for review

    --Updated 4/12/2019

HB 4145

(PA 105)
raise the age

Precludes prejudication confinement of juveniles under 18 years of age in jail.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/31/2019; Signed: October 31, 2019; Effective: October 1, 2021)
Presented in House (10/23/2019; Presented 10/21/2019)
Passed in Senate (10/16/2019; 35-3, earlier advanced to third reading)
Enrolled in House (10/16/2019)
Reported in Senate (10/10/2019; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Referred in Senate (4/30/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (4/25/2019; 102-8)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (4/24/2019; With substitute H-1)
Reported in House (4/16/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (4/9/2019)
Introduced (2/6/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): No Position but Noted Concerns with Financing and Counties that do not have Juvenile Facilities.

concealed pistols

Modifies renewal of license to carry a concealed pistol.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/14/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): No Position

distracted driving

Expands prohibition of electronic communication while operating a motor vehicle and prohibits use of a cellular telephone by a minor while operating a vehicle.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means Committee (5/16/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means Committee (5/9/2019--Canceled)
Referred to Ways and Means (5/1/2019; With substitute H-1; From Transportation Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (4/30/2019)
Introduced (2/14/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Support

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.
Text/Analysis
Enrolled in House (12/11/2019)
Signed by the Governor (6/25/2019; Signed: June 25, 2019; Effective: June 25, 2019)
Presented in House (6/19/2019; Presented 6/19/2019)
Passed in Senate (6/12/2019; 36-0, immediate effect)
Enrolled in House (6/12/2019)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (6/11/2019)
Reported in Senate (6/4/2019; By Energy and Technology Committee)
Passed in House (5/24/2019; 106-3, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/23/2019; Substitute H-4)
Reported in House (5/21/2019; With substitute H-4; By Ways and Means Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means Committee (5/15/2019)
Referred to Ways and Means (5/1/2019; With substitute H-2; From Communications and Technology Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Communications and Technology Committee (4/17/2019)
Introduced (2/26/2019; To Communications and Technology Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Oppose as Written

risk protection order

Enacts the extreme risk protection order act.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/28/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Oppose as Written

    --Updated 3/22/2019

gun purchases

Prohibits purchase of firearms if an individual has an extreme risk protection order.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/28/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Oppose as Written

concealed pistols

Allows carrying of concealed pistols by certain pistol instructors in no-carry zones.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/6/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/13/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 4/12/2019

law enforcement

Increases penalties for disarming a law enforcement officer of a firearm if accomplished by force or if law enforcement is injured.
Text/Analysis
Reported in Senate (9/17/2020; H-2 substitute with amendments adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (1/30/2020)
Referred in Senate (10/8/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (10/2/2019; 106-3, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (9/24/2019; With substitute H-2)
Reported in House (9/10/2019; With substitute H-2; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/3/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (8/27/2019)
Introduced (3/12/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/16/2020): Support

firearms

Allows transportation of firearm in off-road vehicle under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (6/4/2019; To Government Operations Committee)
Passed in House (5/24/2019; 67-42, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/22/2019)
Reported in House (5/21/2019; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (5/14/2019)
Referred to Judiciary (5/7/2019; From Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (4/30/2019)
Introduced (3/12/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): No Position

    --Updated 4/12/2019

law enforcement

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

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Support

    --Updated 4/12/2019

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.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/12/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Support

    --Updated 4/12/2019

drug overdose response

Requires certain drug overdose training for medical first responders and paramedics.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Health Policy Committee (3/21/2019)
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): No Position

    --Updated 4/12/2019

drug overdose response

Requires drug overdose training for peace officers that corresponds to training program for medical first responders and paramedics.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Health Policy Committee (12/5/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Health Policy Committee (3/21/2019)
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 4/12/2019

bail

Amends procedure for bail hearings and criteria a court must consider.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

bail

Amends procedure a court must follow in imposing financial condition on pretrial release.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

bail

Removes cases in which a court must impose cash bond penalties for misrepresentation on a financial disclosure form.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

bail

Amends criteria a court must consider before imposing a financial condition of release.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

bail

Modifies interim bail bonds for misdemeanours.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Support

    --Updated 4/12/2019

bail

Modifies authority for officer to issue appearance ticket.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Support

    --Updated 4/12/2019

traffic control

Eliminates requirement of audible signal when being overtaken and passed by another vehicle on the right.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (9/9/2020)
Referred in Senate (1/8/2020; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Passed in House (12/11/2019; 107-0, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (12/3/2019; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred in House (9/17/2019; To Ways and Means Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (9/10/2019)
Introduced (3/19/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/12/2019): No Position

drunken driving

Changes blood alcohol threshold for drunken driving to 0.05.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/21/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/27/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 4/12/2019

unlicensed medical marijuana shops

Provides prohibition to receive a medical marijuana license to facilities that operate without a license.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (4/25/2019)
Referred in Senate (4/23/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (4/18/2019; 102-4, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (4/17/2019; With substitute H-1 and amendment(s))
Reported in House (4/10/2019; With substitute H-1; By Government Operations Committee)
Introduced (4/9/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/28/2019): Submitted to Marijuana Subcommittee

    --Updated 7/21/2019

speed restrictions

Removes differential speed restrictions for commercial trucks or semi trailers on freeway or highway.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/10/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Monitor

moral character

Restricts use of criminal record to determine eligibility for occupational licensing.
Text/Analysis
Reported in Senate (9/29/2020; By Regulatory Reform Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Regulatory Reform Committee (9/22/2020)
Referred in Senate (9/15/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)
Passed in House (9/10/2020; 106-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (9/9/2020)
Reported in House (9/2/2020; With substitute H-4; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (5/13/2020; From Regulatory Reform Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Regulatory Reform Committee (5/21/2019)
Introduced (4/23/2019; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Oppose as Written

firearms

Prohibits possession, sale or other activities with firearms or ammunition by certain individuals and provides penalties.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/24/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Monitor

firearms

Requires individual who is restrained to relinquish possession of firearms or ammunition.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/24/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Monitor

weapons

Prohibits carrying a firearm while having a certain amount of THC In blood.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/25/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Support Concept

    --Updated 7/21/2019

firearms

Prohibits possessing a firearm while having a certain level of THC in blood.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/25/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Support Concept

firearms

Prohibits possessing or carrying a firearm while having a certain level of THC in blood.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/25/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Support Concept

law enforcement information

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

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 10/2/2019

driver's licenses

Allows designation as an individual with a communication impediment in operator's and chauffeur's license and provides for law enforcement access.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (9/10/2019)
Introduced (5/7/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 10/2/2019

driver's licenses

Allows communication impediment designation on enhanced driver's licenses and provides for law enforcement access.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (9/10/2019)
Introduced (5/7/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/9/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 10/2/2019

traffic violations

Modifies time for destruction of records of certain traffic violations.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (10/15/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Passed in House (10/10/2019; 108-1, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House Ways and Means Committee (10/8/2019; Earlier reported from Ways and Means with substitute H-3 adopted)
Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means Committee (10/2/2019)
Referred to Ways and Means (9/10/2019; With substitute H-1; From Transportation Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (6/18/2019)
Introduced (5/21/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): No Position

    --Updated 10/2/2019

HB 4689

(PA 45)
school safety

Allows temporary door barricade devices in school buildings and provides standards.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (3/3/2020; Signed: March 3, 2020; Effective: June 1, 2020)
Enrolled in House (2/20/2020; Earlier enrollment vacated, concurred in Senate substitute 106-0)
Enrolled in House (2/19/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 108-0)
Passed in Senate (2/13/2020; 36-0, immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (2/11/2020; Committee substitute S-1 with amendment adopted)
Committee Hearing in Senate Regulatory Reform Committee (12/10/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Regulatory Reform Committee (12/3/2019)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Regulatory Reform Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 108-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (10/30/2019; With substitute H-2)
Reported in House (10/22/2019; With substitute H-2; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (10/15/2019; With substitute H-2; From Regulatory Reform Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Regulatory Reform Committee (10/3/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Regulatory Reform Committee (9/3/2019)
Introduced (6/5/2019; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (1/5/2020): Support

marijuana offenses

Provides for authority for park and recreation officers to enforce certain marihuana-related offenses.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/18/2019)
Introduced (6/5/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/9/2019): Referred to Marijuana Subcommittee for Review

    --Updated 9/9/2019

facial recognition

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

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 10/2/2019

racketeering

Expands definition of racketeering to include organized retail crime.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/11/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Support

HB 4980

(PA 193)
conviction set-asides

Provides for certain convictions to be automatically set aside after 10 years under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 13, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2021)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; Presented 9/29/2020)
Enrolled in House (9/24/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 93-12)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 29-8, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading with floor substitute S-6 adopted)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; With S4 as a clean substitute.; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 95-13, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/8/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/2/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/24/2019)
Introduced (9/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Tabled

    --Updated 10/3/2019

HB 4981

(PA 187)
conviction set-asides

Allows certain traffic offenses committed by persons without a commercial driver's license to be set aside.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 12, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2021)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; 09/29/2020)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 34-3, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 102-6, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-2; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/8/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/2/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/24/2019)
Introduced (9/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Tabled

    --Updated 10/3/2019

HB 4982

(PA 192)
conviction set-asides

Modifies set aside process for certain marijuana related offenses.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 12, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2020)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; Presented 9/29/2020)
Enrolled in House (9/24/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 98-7)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 35-2, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading with substitute S-2 adopted)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; With S2 substitute.; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 101-7, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/8/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/2/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/24/2019)
Introduced (9/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Tabled

    --Updated 10/3/2019

HB 4983

(PA 190)
conviction set-asides

Amends time period after certain events applicant must wait to petition to set aside a conviction.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 12, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2021)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; Presented 9/29/2020)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 35-2, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 102-6, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/8/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/2/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/24/2019)
Introduced (9/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Tabled

    --Updated 10/3/2019

HB 4984

(PA 191)
conviction set-asides

Expands number of felony and misdemeanor offenses that may be set aside.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 12, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2021)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; Presented 9/29/2020)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 30-7, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 97-11, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/8/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/2/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/24/2019)
Introduced (9/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Tabled

    --Updated 10/3/2019

HB 4985

(PA 188)
conviction set-asides

Allows expungement of multiple felonies arising out of the same criminal transaction under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 12, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2021)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; Presented 9/29/2020)
Enrolled in House (9/24/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 33-4, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading with substitute S-2 adopted)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; With S2 substitute.; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 98-10, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/8/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (10/2/2019)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/24/2019)
Introduced (9/17/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (1/17/2020): Tabled

immigration status

Prohibits law enforcement officers, employees of a health facility or certain health professionals complying with federal request to collect information on a person's immigration status.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/19/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/3/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 10/17/2019

conviction set asides

Provides for procedure for setting aside certain firearm-related felonies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/25/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/3/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 10/17/2019

conviction set asides

Provides for procedure of expungement of crimes that have been abolished.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/25/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/3/2019): Oppose as written

    --Updated 10/17/2019

marijuana offenses

Provides for process of expunging certain marijuana offenses.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/25/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/3/2019): Oppose as written

    --Updated 10/17/2019

vehicle registration

Prohibits state agencies from tracking electronic license plates.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/3/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/30/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

open carry

Prohibits open-carry in Michigan except for certain individuals.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/10/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/30/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

pistol licenses

Clarifies eligibility for concealed pistol license after setting aside certain convictions.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/16/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/30/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

HB 5120

(PA 189)
marijuana offenses

Provides for procedure for record expungement of certain marijuana offenses.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/13/2020; Signed: October 12, 2020; Effective: April 11, 2021)
Presented in House (10/6/2020; Presented 9/29/2020)
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 35-2, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Reported in Senate (6/24/2020; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/18/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/11/2020)
Referred in Senate (11/7/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (11/5/2019; 100-8, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (10/29/2019; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Introduced (10/16/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

firearms

Prohibits manufacture, sale or possession of 3-D printed guns.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/31/2019; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Support

    --Updated 1/5/2020

driver's licenses

Allows issuance of driver's licenses to undocumented persons.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (11/5/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

identification cards

Allows issuance of state identification cards to undocumented persons.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (11/5/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

registration plates

Eliminates registration plates and revmoves requirement to carry registration certificate in vehicle.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (9/1/2020)
Introduced (11/13/2019; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Oppose

pistol no-carry zones

Allows certain people with personal protection orders to carry concealed pistols in no-carry zones.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (2/25/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (2/4/2020)
Introduced (12/5/2019; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Oppose

firearms

Requires destruction of records under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/9/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Oppose

transit police

Establishes transit police officers as law enforcement officers.
Text/Analysis
Passed in House (5/13/2020; 103-2, Immediate effect, earlier advanced to Third Reading with amendment(s))
Reported in House (5/6/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (3/17/2020--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (3/10/2020)
Introduced (1/21/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Monitor

census interference

Provides for penalties for interference in the operation of the United States census.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (5/28/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (5/27/2020; 106-1, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/19/2020; With substitute H-1)
Reported in House (5/13/2020; Substitute H-1 adopted; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (5/6/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (3/17/2020--Canceled)
Introduced (1/28/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): Support

police and fire

Modifies population threshold for qualified city in the police and fire protection act.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee (2/26/2020)
Introduced (1/30/2020; To Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): No Position

peace officers

Requires inspection and enforcement procedures by the Department of Natural Resources.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/5/2020; To Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): Oppose

firearm purchases

Prohibits use of public resources for firearm purchase programs.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (3/5/2020; To Government Operations Committee)
Passed in House (3/4/2020; 58-49, Immediate effect, earlier advanced to Third Reading)
Reported in House (3/3/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Introduced (2/11/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): Oppose

HB 5541

(PA 92)
state id cards

Allows designation as an individual with a communication impediment in official state personal identification and provide for law enforcement access.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (6/23/2020; Signed: June 23, 2020; Effective: July 1, 2021)
Presented in House (6/11/2020; Presented 6/11/2020)
Enrolled in House (6/10/2020; Earlier concurred in Senate substitute 108-0)
Passed in Senate (6/9/2020; 38-0, immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (6/4/2020; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (6/3/2020; S-1 substitute adopted; By Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Referred in Senate (5/28/2020; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Passed in House (5/27/2020; 107-0, Immediate effect, earlier advanced to Third Reading)
Reported in House (5/13/2020; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (3/10/2020; From Transportation Committee)
Referred in House (3/5/2020; To Transportation Committee)
Introduced (2/25/2020; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): Oppose as written

mobile devices

Requires search warrant to be obtained before use of surveillance devices to intercept mobile device information and provides process.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/27/2020; To Communications and Technology Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): Oppose

mental health parity

Provides for mental health parity and addiction equity compliance.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/12/2020; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Monitor

    5617a - Support

    5617e - Oppose

    --Updated 6/23/2020

mental health parity

Requires certain annual reports of health insurers relating to mental health parity.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/12/2020; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Monitor

    5618a - Support

compulsory arbitration

Includes corrections officers in compulsory arbitration for local police and firefighters.
Text/Analysis
Referred to Ways and Means (6/17/2020; From Commerce And Tourism Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Commerce And Tourism Committee (6/10/2020)
Introduced (3/12/2020; To Commerce And Tourism Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/4/2020): Monitor

human trafficking

Expands criminal convictions that may be set aside on grounds of being a victim of human trafficking.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/12/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): MCL Sec. 257.215 - Support Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.255 - Support Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.256 - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.301 - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.311 - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.312 - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.324 - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.326 - Oppose as Written. The Committee would Support Decriminalization making it a civil infraction for the 1st Offense. For 2nd and subsequent offenses, the Committee would Oppose decriminalization.

    MCL 257.904 (3a) - Oppose as Written. The Committee would Support Decriminalization making it a civil infraction for the 1st Offense. For 2nd and subsequent offenses, the Committee would Oppose decriminalization.

    MCL 257.904 (3b) - Oppose as Written. The Committee would Support Decriminalization making it a civil infraction for the 1st Offense. For 2nd and subsequent offenses, the Committee would Oppose decriminalization.

    MCL 257.904 (16) - Oppose as Written. The Committee would Support Decriminalization making it a civil infraction for the 1st Offense. For 2nd and subsequent offenses, the Committee would Oppose decriminalization.

    MCL 257.904A (a) - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    MCL 257.904A (b) - Oppose Decriminalization Making the Offense a Civil Infraction.

    --Updated 6/23/2020

principal residence exemptions

Allows late application to local assessor for a principal residence exemption in certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/17/2020; To Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Support

snowmobile violations

Decriminalizes reckless operation of a snowmobile.
Text/Analysis
Received in Senate (7/23/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (7/21/2020; 105-2, Immediate effect, earlier advanded to Third Reading with substitute H-1)
Reported in House (6/24/2020; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/3/2020)
Introduced (3/17/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Support

driver's permit violations

Modifies penalties for violations of temporary instruction permits.
Text/Analysis
Received in Senate (7/23/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (7/21/2020; 107-0, Immediate effect, Earlier advanced to Third Reading with substitute H-3)
Reported in House (6/24/2020; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/3/2020)
Introduced (3/17/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Support

dealer plate violation

Modifies penalties for unauthorized use of dealer plates.
Text/Analysis
Received in Senate (7/23/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (7/21/2020; 105-2, Immediate effect, Earlier advanced to Third Reading with substitute H-1)
Reported in House (6/24/2020; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/3/2020)
Introduced (3/17/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Support

fishing

Modifies penalties for certain fishing violations.
Text/Analysis
Received in Senate (7/23/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (7/21/2020; 105-2, Immediate effect, Earlier advanced to Third Reading with substitute H-1)
Reported in House (6/24/2020; with substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/3/2020)
Introduced (3/17/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Support

firearms

Prohibits under certain circumstances confiscation of lawfully possessed firearms when a state of emergency is declared.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/16/2020; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Support

firearms

Amends the governor's emergency powers act to prohibit the confiscation of lawfully possessed firearms when a state of emergency is declared.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/16/2020; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Support

marijuana sales

Modifies distribution of tax revenue from marihuana sales.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/24/2020; To Appropriations Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): No Position

emergency response supplies

Provides for Department of State Police to maintain reserves of certain emergency response supplies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/30/2020; To Appropriations Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Support

first responder taxes

Provides for income tax deduction for first responder income.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/30/2020; To Tax Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Monitor

pandemic data

Requires hospitals to report demographic data in those infected or who died during pandemic.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/30/2020; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): No Position

first responder leave time

Provides for paid time off for first responders affected by public health emergencies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/5/2020; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Oppose as written

emergency supplies

Provides for emergency materials and supplies reserve in Department of State Police.
Text/Analysis
Referred to Ways and Means (7/21/2020; With H1 substitute adopted.; From Health Policy Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Health Policy Committee (6/8/2020)
Introduced (5/12/2020; To Health Policy Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

HB 5781

(PA 124)
liquor licenses

Allows for on-premises liquor licensees to sell in common areas designated by local governments.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (7/1/2020; Signed: July 1, 2020; Effective: July 1, 2020)
Passed in Senate (6/24/2020; 36-1, immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (6/23/2020)
Referred in Senate (6/18/2020; To Session)
Passed in House Ways and Means Committee (6/17/2020; 107-0, Immediate effect, earlier reported by Ways and Means)
Referred to Ways and Means (6/3/2020; Substitute H-1 adopted; From Regulatory Reform Committee)
Introduced (5/19/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

first responder worker's compensation

Provides law enforcement officers and firefighters 100 percent compensation under worker's compensation.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/19/2020; To Commerce And Tourism Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

driver license address

Allows for different address on driver's license and Qualified Voter File.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/19/2020; To Elections and Ethics Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

driver license address

Allows for different address on driver's license and Qualified Voter File.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/19/2020; To Elections and Ethics Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

employment actions

Prohibits employers from taking adverse employment actions against employees absent during declared emergencies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/20/2020)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

employer actions

Prohibits employers from taking adverse employment actions against employees raising concerns over infection control.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/20/2020; To Commerce And Tourism Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

misdemeanor conviction reporting

Eliminates reporting requirement for certain misdemeanor convictions.
Text/Analysis
Received in Senate (7/23/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (7/21/2020; 104-2, Immediate effect, Earlier advanced to Third Reading)
Reported in House (6/24/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/3/2020)
Re-referred in House (5/27/2020; To Judiciary Committee)
Introduced (5/20/2020; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Support

biometric data

Prohibits collecting biometric data for traffic violations.
Text/Analysis
Received in Senate (7/23/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (7/21/2020; 105-2, Immediate effect, Earlier advanced to Third Reading)
Reported in House (6/24/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/3/2020)
Re-referred in House (5/27/2020; To Judiciary Committee)
Introduced (5/20/2020; To Transportation Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Support

HB 5811

(PA 125)
liquor carry-out

Allows on-premises liquor licensees to sell for delivery and carryout.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (7/1/2020; Signed: July 1, 2020; Effective: July 1, 2020)
Passed in Senate (6/24/2020; 36-1, immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (6/23/2020; Earlier referred to Session)
Passed in House (6/18/2020; 104-1, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House Ways and Means Committee (6/17/2020; Earlier reported by Ways and Means with substitute H-6)
Referred to Ways and Means (6/3/2020; Substitute H-2 adopted; From Regulatory Reform Committee)
Introduced (5/28/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

concealed pistol licenses

Allows issuance of temporary concealed pistol licenses during declared emergencies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/18/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/16/2020): No Position

tear gas

Prohibits tear gas use by law enforcement.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/25/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/16/2020): Oppose

revenue sharing

Provides for requirement to comply with reporting requirements in order to receive revenue sharing payments.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

volunteer law enforcement

Prohibits volunteer law enforcement officers.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

law enforcement

Requires notice to parent or guardian of a minor before questioned by law enforcement.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose as written

    --Updated 9/16/2020

revenue sharing

Requires reports of certain law enforcement related information to receive revenue sharing payments.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

seized vehicles

Clarifies disposal of funds from seized vehicles.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/22/2020)
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): No Position

    --Updated 9/16/2020

civil asset forfeiture

Clarifies disposition of funds from civil asset forfeiture.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/22/2020)
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): No Position

    --Updated 9/16/2020

pawnbrokers

Establishes statewide electronic database of transactions by pawnbrokers, second hand dealers and precious metal and gem dealers and provides for the possession and disposition of certain pawned items and makes general revisions to the licensing statute.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/23/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

secondhand dealers

Requires participation in statewide database of transactions by secondhand dealers, precious metal and gem dealers and pawnbrokers.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/23/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

secondhand dealers

Requires participation by metal and gem dealers in the statewide database of transactions by secondhand dealers, precious metal and gem dealers and pawnbrokers.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/23/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

vehicle immobilization

Modifies vehicle immobilization requirements.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (9/16/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Passed in House (9/15/2020; 109-0, Immediate effect, earlier advanced to Third Reading)
Reported in House (9/9/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/8/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/1/2020)
Introduced (8/17/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/2/2020): Support

    --Updated 9/16/2020

law enforcement

Removes limitations on civil actions against nongovernmental entities and individuals.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/3/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Oppose with Directive to contact Sponsor

first responders

Creates sentencing guidelines for assault against a first responder during a riot.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/15/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Support

first responders

Prohibits assault against a first responder during a riot and provides penalties
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/15/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Support with Amended Language

sealing of records

Requires sealing of certain data when an individual is neither charged nor convicted.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/23/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Monitor

sealing of records

Requires sealing of arrest record when an individual is not charged or is not convicted.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/23/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Monitor

use of force

Provides for mandated reporting of incidents involving use of force.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/29/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Oppose

personnel records

Requires certain law enforcement disciplinary personnel records to be subject to freedom of information act requests.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/29/2020; To Judiciary Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Oppose

SB 2

(PA 7)
civil asset forfeiture

Requires a criminal conviction before law enforcement can proceed with civil asset forfeiture process.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (5/9/2019; Signed: May 9, 2019; Effective: August 7, 2019)
Presented in Senate (4/30/2019; Presented 4/30/2019)
Enrolled in Senate (4/25/2019; 38-0, concurred with House substitute H-1, immediate effect)
Passed in House (4/24/2019; 107-3, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (4/23/2019; With substitute H-1)
Reported in House (2/26/2019; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (2/19/2019)
Passed in Senate (2/13/2019; 36-2)
Received in House (2/13/2019; To Judiciary Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (2/6/2019)
Reported in Senate (1/24/2019; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Introduced (1/15/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Oppose as Written

controlled substances

Modifies the venue of prosecution for delivery of a controlled substance causing death.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (9/30/2020; 22-16)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (9/29/2020)
Reported in Senate (9/10/2020; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/24/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/4/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/28/2019--Canceled)
Introduced (1/15/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/16/2020): Conditional Support

controlled substances

Modifies jurisdiction for the prosecution of delivery of controlled substances causing death.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (9/30/2020; 22-16)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (9/29/2020)
Reported in Senate (9/10/2020; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/24/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/4/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/28/2019--Canceled)
Introduced (1/15/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/16/2020): Conditional Support

    --Updated 9/16/2020

  • (9/16/2020): Reviewed by Criminal Justice Reform Subcommittee - Pfannes

speed limits

Makes changes to Michigan Vehicle Code to set up a procedure for establishing certain roadway speed limits.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (4/18/2019; 35-1)
Received in House (4/18/2019; To Ways and Means Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (4/17/2019)
Reported in Senate (3/13/2019; By Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (3/6/2019--Canceled)
Introduced (1/24/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): Support

expungement

Allows for the expungement of multiple crimes arising out of the same criminal transaction under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/24/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/1/2019): No Position

address confidentiality

Creates the Address Confidentiality Program Act to provide certain protections for victims of domestic violence, sexual, stalking or human trafficking.
Text/Analysis
Advanced to Third Reading in House (7/22/2020; With substitute H-2)
Reported in House (5/19/2020; With substitute H-2; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (2/4/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (1/21/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (1/14/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (11/5/2019)
Passed in Senate (10/22/2019; 38-0)
Received in House (10/22/2019; To Judiciary Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (10/17/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (10/3/2019; Substitute S-1 adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (9/5/2019)
Introduced (1/29/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Support concept with recommended amendments to address Law Enforcement concerns

    --Updated 4/12/2019

drivers license

Allows for driver's licenses to be issued with a designated address for individuals enrolled in the address confidentiality program.
Text/Analysis
Advanced to Third Reading in House (7/22/2020; With floor substitute H-3)
Reported in House (5/19/2020; With substitute H-1; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (2/4/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (1/21/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (1/14/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (11/5/2019)
Passed in Senate (10/22/2019; 38-0)
Received in House (10/22/2019; To Judiciary Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (10/17/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (10/3/2019; Substitute S-1 adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (9/5/2019)
Introduced (1/29/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Support concept with recommended amendments to address Law Enforcement concerns

    --Updated 4/12/2019

marihuana

Repeals Michigan Penal Code provision related to the transportation or possession of usable marihuana.
Text/Analysis
Reported in Senate (3/7/2019; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (2/28/2019)
Introduced (2/5/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/6/2019): Referred to Marijuana Subcommittee for review

    --Updated 9/9/2019

search and seizure

Provides for a resident consent exception for a warrant requirement to search a premises.
Text/Analysis
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (6/18/2020; Committee substitute S-2 adopted)
Reported in Senate (10/3/2019; Substitute S-2 adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/4/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/28/2019--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/14/2019)
Introduced (2/14/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Oppose

protection orders

Creates the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act and provides for the issuance of restraining orders prohibiting certain individuals from possessing or purchasing firearms and ordering the surrender and seizure of restrained individual's firearms.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/28/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Oppose as Written

firearms purchases

Prohibits purchases of firearms by individuals having an extreme risk protection order in place against them.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/28/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): Oppose as Written

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.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (2/28/2019; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/22/2019): No Position

    --Updated 4/12/2019

SB 173

(PA 141)
towing services

Prohibits incentives for or from local governments for towing, wrecker or recovery services.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (7/8/2020; Signed: July 8, 2020; Effective: July 8, 2020)
Presented in Senate (6/30/2020; Presented 6/30/2020)
Enrolled in Senate (6/25/2020; Immediate effect)
Passed in House (6/24/2020; 108-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (6/10/2020)
Reported in House (6/3/2020; By Ways and Means Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means Committee (10/8/2019)
Referred to Ways and Means (9/18/2019; From Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee (9/4/2019)
Passed in Senate (4/23/2019; 38-0)
Received in House (4/23/2019; To Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (4/18/2019)
Reported in Senate (4/11/2019; By Local Government Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Local Government Committee (3/14/2019)
Introduced (3/7/2019; To Local Government Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/13/2019): No Position

    --Updated 4/12/2019

bail

Modifies Code of Criminal Procedure related to authority for officer to issue an appearance ticket.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/14/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Support

    --Updated 4/12/2019

bail

Modifies Michigan Penal Code related to setting of bond related to spousal or child support arrearage.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/14/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

bail

Modifies statute related to interim bail bonds for misdemeanors.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/14/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/19/2019): Support

    --Updated 4/12/2019

civil asset forfeiture

Requires prosecutorial review of civil asset forfeiture in nuisance actions.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/19/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/27/2019): No Position

    --Updated 4/12/2019

reimbursement

Allows agreements requiring reimbursement in certain situations for law enforcement agencies that fund police training for recruits.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/20/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/27/2019): Support concept predicated on MCOLES having language for state recovery

    --Updated 9/17/2020

SB 278

(PA 93)
drivers license

Allows for a designation on a driver's license for operators and chauffer's licenses as an individual with a communication impediment and provide for law enforcement access.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (6/23/2020; Signed: June 23, 2020; Effective: July 1, 2021)
Presented in Senate (6/17/2020; Presented 6/17/2020)
Enrolled in Senate (6/11/2020; 38-0 concurred with House substitute H-1, immediate effect)
Passed in House (6/10/2020; 108-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/27/2020)
Reported in House (5/13/2020; Substitute H-1 adopted; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (3/10/2020; With substitute H-1; From Transportation Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (1/21/2020)
Passed in Senate (10/16/2019; 38-0)
Received in House (10/16/2019; To Transportation Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (10/10/2019; Committee substitutes S-2 adopted)
Reported in Senate (6/5/2019; S-2 substitute adopted; By Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (5/22/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (5/15/2019--Canceled)
Introduced (4/23/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Support

SB 279

(PA 94)
drivers license

Allows a designation on an enhanced driver's license of being an individual with a communication impediment.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (6/23/2020; Signed: June 23, 2020; Effective: June 23, 2020)
Presented in Senate (6/17/2020; Presented 6/17/2020)
Enrolled in Senate (6/11/2020; 38-0 concurred with House substitute H-1, immediate effect)
Passed in House (6/10/2020; 108-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/27/2020)
Reported in House (5/13/2020; Substitute H-1 adopted; By Ways and Means Committee)
Referred to Ways and Means (3/10/2020; With substitute H-1; From Transportation Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Transportation Committee (1/21/2020)
Passed in Senate (10/16/2019; 38-0)
Received in House (10/16/2019; To Transportation Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (10/10/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (6/5/2019; S-1 substitute adopted; By Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (5/22/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (5/15/2019--Canceled)
Introduced (4/23/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Support

SB 282

(PA 37)
opioid antagonists

Removes protocol related to the use of opioid antagonists by life support agencies and emergency medical services personnel.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (6/26/2019; Signed: June 26, 2019; Effective: June 26, 2019)
Presented in Senate (6/20/2019; Presented 6/20/2019)
Enrolled in Senate (6/18/2019; Earlier concurred in House substitute/amendment, 37-0; immediate effect)
Passed in House (6/13/2019; 109-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (6/12/2019; With substitute H-1)
Reported in House (6/4/2019; By Government Operations Committee)
Passed in Senate (5/22/2019; 38-0)
Received in House (5/22/2019; To Government Operations Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (5/16/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (5/9/2019; S-1 substitute adopted; By Health Policy and Human Services Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee (4/25/2019)
Introduced (4/24/2019; To Health Policy and Human Services Committee)

Comments:
  • (7/21/2019): Monitor

search and seizure

Provides for warrant requirement to access or obtain certain electronic data.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (9/9/2020)
Passed in Senate (12/4/2019; 35-1)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (11/13/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (10/3/2019; Substitute S-1 adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/4/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/28/2019--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/23/2019)
Introduced (5/22/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 10/2/2019

facial recognition

Prohibits use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement officials and provides for remedies.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (12/4/2019; 32-4)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (11/13/2019; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (10/3/2019; Substitute S-1 adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/4/2019)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/28/2019--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (5/23/2019)
Introduced (5/22/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 10/2/2019

impaired driving

Prohibits the operation of a motor vehicle with 5 or more nanograms of marihuana in one's body.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/24/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 10/2/2019

sanctuary cities

Prohibits counties from enacting and enforcing any laws or policies that limit local officials with cooperating with federal officials dealing with immigration.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/19/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): No Position

    --Updated 10/2/2019

sanctuary cities

Prohibits any local units of governments from enacting any or enforcing any provisions limiting local officials from cooperating with federal officials on immigration.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/19/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/15/2019): No Position

    --Updated 10/2/2019

marijuana crimes

Provides for process to expunge record of certain marijuana offenses.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): Oppose as written

    --Updated 10/17/2019

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.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (6/2/2020; 38-0)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (5/28/2020; Committee substitute S-2 adopted)
Reported in Senate (3/5/2020; S-2 substitute adopted; By Health Policy and Human Services Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee (2/27/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee (2/20/2020)
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Health Policy and Human Services Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): No Position

    --Updated 10/17/2019

epi-pens

Allows administration of epinephrine by law enforcement officers and firefighters under certain circumstances and limits liability.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (6/2/2020; 38-0)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (5/28/2020; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Reported in Senate (3/5/2020; S-1 substitute adopted; By Health Policy and Human Services Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee (2/27/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee (2/20/2020)
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Health Policy and Human Services Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): No Position

    --Updated 10/17/2019

process service

Modifies procedures in process serving.
Text/Analysis
Reported in House (9/15/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (5/19/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (3/17/2020--Canceled)
Received in House (2/18/2020; To Judiciary Committee)
Passed in Senate (2/13/2020; 36-0)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (2/11/2020)
Reported in Senate (12/11/2019; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (12/5/2019)
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): No Position

    --Updated 10/17/2019

pawnbrokers

Authorizes accepting pistol in pawn shops and eliminates criminal penalty.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): Oppose as written

    --Updated 10/17/2019

pawnbrokers

Authorizes accepting pistols in pawn ships and requires pistol records.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): Oppose as written

    --Updated 10/17/2019

public officers

Modifies attempt to intimidate, hinder, threaten or obstruct public officer, public employee or peace officer in discharge of his or her official duties by the use of unauthorized process.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (8/20/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): Support

    --Updated 10/17/2019

electronic driver's license

Establishes an electronic driver's license and provides for certain procedures under Michigan Vehicle Code.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (1/14/2020)
Introduced (8/28/2019; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/29/2019): Oppose

    --Updated 10/17/2019

law enforcement

Creates a law enforcement awareness grant program.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/10/2019; To Appropriations Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Monitor

law enforcement

Creates a police recruit scholarship match fund.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/10/2019; To Appropriations Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/2/2019): Monitor

involuntary statement

Modifies the definition of involuntary statement under the Disclosures by Law Enforcement Officers Act.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/16/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/30/2019): Tabled

    --Updated 1/5/2020

library records

Allows the release or disclosure of library records to certain persons under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (9/22/2020; 38-0)
Received in House (9/22/2020; To Judiciary Committee)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (9/16/2020; Committee substitute S-2 with floor amendment adopted)
Reported in Senate (9/10/2020; S-2 substitute adopted; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/12/2020)
Introduced (10/29/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/16/2020): Support

child interrogations

Requires electronic video recording of child interrogations in child protection cases.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/31/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Support

    --Updated 1/5/2020

driver's licenses

Allows under certain circumstances the issuance of driver's licenses for undocumented persons.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (11/5/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

identification card

Allows under certain circumstances the issuance of state identification cards to undocumented persons.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (11/5/2019; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (11/8/2019): Monitor

    --Updated 1/5/2020

expungement

Expands eligibility for record expungement of crimes committed when an individual was a minor.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (9/23/2020; 34-3, earlier advanced to third reading with substitute S-3 adopted)
Reported in Senate (7/29/2020; With substitute S-2; By Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (7/23/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/25/2020--Canceled)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/24/2020)
Introduced (12/5/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Monitor

surveillance

Expands the crime of surveillance or eavesdropping to include the use of recording devices.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (12/10/2019; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): No Position - Not our Issue.

SB 690

(PA 123)
supplemental appropriations

Provides for supplemental appropriations for fiscal year 2019-20.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (7/1/2020; Signed: July 1, 2020; Effective: July 1, 2020)
Presented in Senate (6/23/2020; Presented 6/23/2020)
Passed in Senate (6/17/2020; 38-0 concurred in House substitute H-3, immediate effect)
Passed in House (6/17/2020; 108-0, Immediate effect)
Reported in House (6/3/2020; With substitute H-2; By Appropriations Committee)
Passed in Senate Appropriations Committee (5/13/2020; 37-0, immediate effect, earlier advanced to third reading with S-2 committee substitute with floor amendments adopted, earlier reported from Senate Appropriations Committee with S-2 substitute)
Introduced (12/11/2019; To Appropriations Committee)

Comments:
  • (6/23/2020): Brought to the attention of the Committee in May by S. Johnson. Must act quickly to seek reimbursement for bonuses. Funds are from CARES Act.

drug experts

Allows for the use of drug recognition experts by a defendant in certain judicial proceedings.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/5/2020)
Introduced (1/8/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/4/2020): Oppose

biometric data

Requires the return of biometric data and removal of certain records in certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/8/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Oppose

biometric data

Requires the return or destruction of biometric data in certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/8/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Oppose

biometric data

Requires the promulgation of rules to effectuate the return of biometric data and the removal of certain record information from databases in certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/8/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 3/2/2020

domestic violence

Modifies domestic violence incident report requirements.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/14/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Monitor

SB 718

(PA 87)
drug testing

Allows for roadside drug testing for controlled substances.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (6/11/2020; Signed: June 11, 2020; Effective: June 11, 2020)
Presented in Senate (6/2/2020; Presented 6/2/2020)
Enrolled in Senate (5/28/2020; Immediate effect)
Passed in House (5/27/2020; 77-30, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (5/19/2020)
Reported in House (5/13/2020; By Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (5/6/2020)
Passed in Senate (3/17/2020; 28-9, earlier advanced to third reading)
Received in House (3/17/2020; To Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/12/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/5/2020)
Introduced (1/15/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Support

secondhand dealers

Establishes a holding process for suspected stolen goods for junk and secondhand dealers.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (1/23/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (3/2/2020): Tabled

substance abuse

Exempts public and regional airport authorities from certain requirements in certain controlled substance related cases.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (9/30/2020; 30-8)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (9/1/2020; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/12/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/5/2020)
Introduced (1/29/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): Support

SB 762

(PA 64)
police fire protection

Modifies the population threshold for qualified cities in the Police and Fire Protection Act.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (3/17/2020; Signed: March 17, 2020; Effective: March 17, 2020)
Presented in Senate (3/13/2020; Presented 3/13/2020)
Enrolled in Senate (3/11/2020; Immediate effect)
Committee Hearing in House Ways and Means Committee (3/4/2020)
Referred to Ways and Means (2/26/2020; From Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee)
Passed in Senate (2/20/2020; 38-0)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (2/19/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Local Government Committee (2/13/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Local Government Committee (2/6/2020)
Introduced (1/29/2020; To Local Government Committee)

Comments:
  • (4/1/2020): No Position

drug recognition experts

Provides for drug recognition expert certification for individuals outside of law enforcement.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (3/5/2020)
Introduced (3/3/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/4/2020): Oppose

firearm carry

Allows authorized agents of a county road commission to carry a firearm under certain circumstances.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/4/2020; To Local Government Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/4/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 10/16/2020

arbitration

Allows for corrections officers to be included in compulsory arbitration for local police and firefighters.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (3/12/2020; To Regulatory Reform Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/4/2020): Monitor

opioid antagonists

Modifies provisions related to immunity from certain liability for the administration of opioid antagonists by certain governmental agencies and individuals.
Text/Analysis
Passed in Senate (6/2/2020; 38-0)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (5/28/2020; Committee substitute S-1 adopted)
Introduced (3/12/2020; To Health Policy and Human Services Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/4/2020): Support

firearms

Prohibits the governor from ordering the confiscation of lawfully possessed firearms when a state of emergency is declared.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/16/2020; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Support

firearms

Prohibits the confiscation of lawfully possessed firearms when a state of emergency is declared.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (4/16/2020; To Government Operations Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Support

state identification cards

Allows for the address appearing on state identification cards different than residence address.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (10/13/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (9/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (9/10/2020)
Introduced (4/24/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Oppose

surveillance technology

Creates State Technology Oversight Board to monitor law enforcement use of technology monitoring.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/5/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (5/27/2020): Oppose

essential employees worker's compensation

Provides presumption of infectious disease in worker's compensation claims for essential employees during declared emergencies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/20/2020; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Monitor

employer retaliation

Prohibits employers taking adverse action against employees raising infection control concerns.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/20/2020; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

employer retribution

Prohibits employers from taking adverse actions against employees absent during declared emergencies.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (5/20/2020; To Economic and Small Business Development Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

law enforcement training

Requires mental health and law enforcement response training for law enforcement officers.
Text/Analysis
Discharged in House (6/24/2020; From Judiciary Committee)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/17/2020)
Committee Hearing in House Judiciary Committee (6/10/2020)
Passed in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (6/4/2020; 38-0, earlier advanced to third reading with S-1 substitute with amendment, earlier reported by Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee with S-1 substitute adopted)
Introduced (5/28/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (9/8/2020): Discussed at June 4, 2020 Meeting

    --Updated 10/16/2020

  • (6/23/2020): S. Johnson will continue to work with Sponsor; No vote taken by Committee

    --Updated 10/16/2020

police excessive force

Requires law enforcement officers be trained in excessive force intervention.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/11/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose as written

    --Updated 9/16/2020

police holds

Prohibits holds by law enforcement officers that include pressure on throat or windpipe.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/11/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose as written

    --Updated 9/16/2020

police sexual conduct

Prohibits sexual contact between law enforcement officers and those in custody.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/25/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Support

    --Updated 9/16/2020

excessive force

Requires disciplinary action for peace officers present during excessive use of force.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/25/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

police misconduct

Provides Department of Attorney General oversight authority for investigation of police misconduct.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/25/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

law enforcement standards

Modifies membership of Commission on Law Enforcement Standards.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (6/25/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

search warrants

Modifies execution of search warrants.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (7/22/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): Oppose

    --Updated 9/16/2020

SB 1069

(PA 202)
fund shifts

Provides for fund shift for the sex offenders registration fund.
Text/Analysis
Signed by the Governor (10/15/2020; Signed: October 15, 2020, Effective: October 15, 2020)
Presented in Senate (10/5/2020; Presented 10/5/2020)
Enrolled in Senate (9/29/2020; Immediate effect)
Passed in House (9/24/2020; 105-0, Immediate effect)
Advanced to Third Reading in House (9/23/2020)
Reported in House (9/16/2020; By Appropriations Committee)
Passed in Senate (9/10/2020; 36-2)
Advanced to Third Reading in Senate (9/9/2020)
Reported in Senate (9/2/2020; By Appropriations Committee)
Introduced (8/15/2020; To Appropriations Committee)

Comments:
  • (8/27/2020): No Position

    --Updated 9/16/2020

vehicle lanes

Provides for the designation of high-occupancy vehicle lanes by the jurisdiction with control over a roadway.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/2/2020; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Monitor

vehicle lanes

Provides for the designation of high-occupancy vehicle lanes by jurisdictions with control over roadways.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/2/2020; To Transportation and Infrastructure Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Monitor

court records

Creates a requirement for certain court records to be sealed to the public if charges are dismissed.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (10/27/2020)
Introduced (9/9/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Oppose

expungement

Provides for the automatic expungement of exonerated crimes.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (9/24/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

Comments:
  • (10/16/2020): Oppose as Written

law enforcement

Provides for a standard form for reporting sexual misconduct by employees of a law enforcement agency.
Text/Analysis
Introduced (10/1/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

sexual assault kits

Modifies the time period for which sexual assault kit evidence must be stored.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (10/21/2020)
Introduced (10/13/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

sexual assault kits

Modifies the time period for the transfer and analysis of sexual assault kit evidence.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (10/21/2020)
Introduced (10/13/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

sexual assault kits

Modifies the notification to victim required before the destruction or disposal of sexual assault kit evidence.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee (10/21/2020)
Introduced (10/13/2020; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)

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