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House: Adjourned until Wednesday, October 21, 2020 10:00:00 AM
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Committee(s) Regulatory Reform
ChairSen. Aric Nesbitt
Clerk NameMike Sitkauskas
Clerk Phone517.373.5314
LocationHarry T. Gast Appropriations Room, 3rd Floor, Capitol Building, 100 S. Capitol Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933
DateTuesday, 9/22/2020
Time3:00 PM
Time Notes
AgendaSB 1140 (Sen. Jeremy Moss) Liquor: spirits; definition of mixed spirit drink; modify.

SB 1139 (Sen. Curtis S. VanderWall) Liquor: spirits; definition of mixed spirit drink; modify.

SB 82 (Sen. Peter J. Lucido) Liquor: licenses; issuance of specially designated merchant license, a class C license, and a specially designated distributor license at the same time; allow.

SB 1138 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Liquor: spirits; definition of mixed spirit drink; modify, and modify eligibility for direct shipper license and retailer delivery.

SB 991 (Sen. Curtis Hertel, Jr.) Gaming: other; multijurisdictional internet poker; allow.

SB 1055 (Sen. Aric Nesbitt) Higher education: community colleges; granting of bachelor of science degrees in nursing; allow.

SB 1095 (Sen. Jon C. Bumstead) Marihuana: other; definition of plants a marihuana microbusiness is allowed to grow; modify.

HB 4488 (Rep. Brandt Iden) Occupations: individual licensing and registration; use of criminal record to determine eligibility for occupational licensing; restrict.

HB 4489 (Rep. Joseph Bellino) Occupations: attorneys; qualifications for admission to state bar; clarify good moral character requirement.

HB 4490 (Rep. Michele Hoitenga) Occupations: other; eligibility requirements for certain licenses and regulations under the skilled trades regulation act; revise.

HB 4491 (Rep. Beth Griffin) Health occupations: other; eligibility requirements for certain licenses and registrations under the public health code; revise.

HB 4492 (Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo) Occupations: other; eligibility requirements for certain licenses and regulations under the occupational code; revise.

HB 4493 (Rep. Rebekah Warren) Occupations: individual licensing and registration; annual report on issuance or denial of licensure based on lack of good moral character; require.

SB 293 (Sen. Jeremy Moss) Occupations: individual licensing and registration; annual report on issuance or denial of licensure based on lack of good moral character; require.

HB 4910 (Rep. Matt Hall) Animals: other; prescription of and requests for reasonable accommodation for emotional support animals; regulate.

HB 4911 (Rep. Sara Cambensy) Housing: landlord and tenants; early lease termination due to misrepresentation of emotional support animal; provide for.


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And any other business properly before the committee.

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