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Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Introduced
HB 6129 of 2022Higher education: financial aid; Michigan reconnect grant act; modify.
HB 6130 of 2022Higher education: financial aid; Michigan reconnect grant recipient act; modify.
HB 6131 of 2022Individual income tax: credit; Michigan tuition reimbursement credit; create.
HB 6132 of 2022Retirement: state employees; employment of retired state employees; allow without forfeiting retirement benefits.
HB 6133 of 2022State financing and management: funds; revenue sharing trust fund; create.
HB 6134 of 2022Sales tax: distribution; distribution of sales tax revenue for the revenue sharing trust fund; provide for.
HB 6135 of 2022Elections: election officials; city or township conducting an election inspector training school under certain circumstances; provide for.
HB 6136 of 2022State financing and management: other; emergency management act; modify to prevent shutting down in-person or online religious events in a state of disaster or state of emergency.
HB 6137 of 2022Human services: medical services; mental health parity and addiction equity compliance; provide for.
HB 6138 of 2022Insurance: health insurers; certain annual reports of health insurers relating to mental health parity; require.
HB 6139 of 2022Insurance: health insurers; certain annual reports of health care corporations; require.
HB 6140 of 2022Children: protection; eligibility for participation in a McGruff house or community child watch program; modify.
HB 6141 of 2022Appropriations: supplemental; funding for essential local public health services; provide for.
SB 1054 of 2022Health occupations: emergency medical services personnel; examinations for certain emergency medical services personnel; modify, and require certain notices from education program sponsors.
SR 0144 of 2022A resolution to condemn the racially-motivated violence that took place in Buffalo, New York and all racially-motivated violence.
SR 0145 of 2022A resolution to urge the Michigan Attorney General and the Michigan Department of Civil Rights to aggressively pursue and investigate discrimination complaints, including instances that may rise to the level of a hate crime.
SR 0146 of 2022A resolution to affirm our belief that students' education should include a full and complete telling of history.
SR 0147 of 2022A resolution to designate May 2022 as Brain Tumor Awareness Month.

Passed by Chamber
HB 5386 of 2021Townships: financing; creation of special assessment districts; allow under certain circumstances. Amends sec. 2 of 1972 PA 139 (MCL 247.392).

Enrolled
HB 5386 of 2021Townships: financing; creation of special assessment districts; allow under certain circumstances. Amends sec. 2 of 1972 PA 139 (MCL 247.392).

Adopted
SR 0144 of 2022A resolution to condemn the racially-motivated violence that took place in Buffalo, New York and all racially-motivated violence.

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