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Committee(s) Regulatory Reform
ChairRep. Roger Hauck
Clerk NameMolly Wingrove
Clerk Phone517.373.5024
LocationRoom 519, House Office Building, Lansing, MI
DateTuesday, 9/28/2021
Time10:30 AM
Time Notes
AgendaHB 5058 (Rep. TC Clements) Food: adulterated; adulteration of food containing industrial hemp; prohibit.

HB 5059 (Rep. Mike Mueller) Agriculture: industrial hemp; restrictions under the industrial hemp growers act; modify.

HB 5060 (Rep. Pat Outman) Agriculture: industrial hemp; limit liability for growers under certain circumstances; modify.

HB 5061 (Rep. Bryan Posthumus) Agriculture: industrial hemp; certain activities under a processor-handler license and definition of industrial hemp commodity and product; modify.

HB 5260 (Rep. Angela Witwer) Occupations: vehicles, dealers and repair facilities; dealer training conducted by qualified trade organizations; allow as alternative to department-conducted training.

HB 5062 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Liquor: licenses; issuance of a development license for new construction; allow.

HB 5090 (Rep. TC Clements) Liquor: permits; conditions under which a social district permittee may sell and serve alcoholic liquor in a commons area; modify, and extend sunset.

HB 5093 (Rep. Pat Outman) Liquor: permits; outdoor service area permit to sell alcoholic liquor in an area adjacent to an on-premises licensee's licensed premises; provide for.

HB 4710 (Rep. Steven Johnson) Liquor: licenses; prorated fees; provide for.

Or any business properly before this committee.

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