June 18 Bills Introductions

On Thursday, June 18, 2020, the following house bills, house resolutions, senate bills, senate concurrent resolutions, and senate resolutions were introduced. To learn more about each bill, click on its title.

  • HB 5865 of 2020 –  Property; state buildings; prohibition for signs inside the state capitol; eliminate.
  • HB 5866 of 2020 – Weapons; concealed; issuance of a temporary concealed pistol license during a declared emergency; allow.
  • HB 5867 of 2020 – Economic development; Michigan strategic fund; employee compensation rate for companies receiving funds under the Michigan strategic fund; establish.
  • HB 5868 of 2020 – Economic development; Michigan strategic fund; employee compensation rate for companies receiving funds under the Michigan strategic fund; establish.
  • HB 5869 of 2020 – Taxation; administration; information regarding mega tax credits; require the department of treasury to release.
  • HB 5870 of 2020 – Economic development; Michigan strategic fund; reporting requirements and public disclosure of certain salary information by entities receiving funding from the Michigan strategic fund; provide for.
  • HB 5871 of 2020 – Economic development; other; limit on certain economic development incentives for certain businesses whose compensation exceeds certain thresholds; provide for.
  • HB 5872 of 2020 – Economic development; other; limit on certain economic development incentives for certain businesses whose compensation exceeds certain thresholds; provide for.
  • HB 5873 of 2020 – Insurance; health insurers; emergency refill of medications during a declared emergency; require.
  • HB 5874 of 2020 – Health; pharmaceuticals; emergency refill of medications during a declared emergency; provide for.
  • HB 5875 of 2020 – Health occupations; health professionals; certain health professional licensing fees; prorate or credit.
  • HR 0278 of 2020 – A resolution to memorialize the Congress of the United States to take action to support small businesses and create the COVID-19 Business and Employee Continuity and Recovery Fund.
  • HR 0279 of 2020 – A resolution to declare June 19, 2020, as Juneteenth Independence Day in the state of Michigan in recognition of June 19, 1865, the date on which the end of slavery was finally announced in every slave-holding state in the United States.
  • HR 0280 of 2020 – A resolution to declare June 19, 2020, as World Sickle Cell Awareness Day in the state of Michigan.
  • HR 0281 of 2020 – A resolution to recognize June 2020 as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) Pride Month in the state of Michigan.
  • SB 0973 of 2020 – Education; financing; permissible use of sinking funds; expand to include school bus purchasing. Amends sec. 1212 of 1976 PA 451 (MCL 380.1212).
  • SB 0974 of 2020 – Natural resources; soil and erosion; beach nourishment permit program; provide for. Amends sec. 1301 of 1994 PA 451 (MCL 324.1301) & adds sec. 33709.
  • SB 0975 of 2020 – Environmental protection; pollution prevention; plastic bags and other containers; repeal act preempting local regulation of. Repeals 2016 PA 389 (MCL 445.591 – 445.593).
  • SB 0976 of 2020 – Holidays; other; “Juneteenth”; designate as an official state holiday and observe on June 19. Amends sec. 1 of 1865 PA 124 (MCL 435.101).
  • SB 0977 of 2020 – Elections; offenses; felony for submitting an absent voter ballot application using another person’s name and personal information; create, and create a felony for submitting an absent voter ballot application with the intent to obtain multiple absent voter ballots for a person. Amends sec. 759 of 1954 PA 116 (MCL 168.759).
  • SB 0978 of 2020 – Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for certain Michigan election law violations dealing with absent voter ballot applications; provide for. Amends sec. 11d of 1927 PA 175 (MCL 777.11d). TIE BAR WITH SB 0977’20
  • SCR 0028 of 2020 – A concurrent resolution to express support for a bi-partisan discussion on renaming military installations currently named after Confederate generals.
  • SR 0128 of 2020 – A resolution to express support for a bi-partisan discussion on renaming military installations currently named after Confederate generals.

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