Michigan Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee Meeting will take place in Lansing, Michigan, on Nov. 29 at 8 a.m. ET.
Chair: Sen. Roger Victory
Clerk: Jackie Mosher
NTD will livestream the committee meeting starting at 8 a.m. ET on Nov. 29. Access the livestream on this page, and also at EpochTV.
SB 1114 (Sen. Michael D. MacDonald) Family law: marriage and divorce; minimum entered into by a person under 18 years of age; void.
SB 1115 (Sen. Sylvia Santana) Family law: marriage and divorce; minimum age of consent for marriage; establish at 18.
SB 1116 (Sen. Sylvia Santana) Family law: marriage and divorce; minimum without publicity for persons under 18 years of age; prohibit.
SB 1117 (Sen. Michael D. MacDonald) Children: other; certain obligations of minor children released upon marriage; clarify.
SB 1118 (Sen. Wayne A. Schmidt) Probate: other; references to a “married minor” in the estates and protected individuals code; eliminate.
SB 1119 (Sen. Rosemary Bayer) Family law: marriage and divorce; right for emancipated minor to marry; revoke.
SB 1120 (Sen. Marshall Bullock) Family law: marriage and divorce; action to annul a marriage based on legal age of consent; modify.
SB 1121 (Sen. Mark Huizenga) Children: other; marriage license as documentation of emancipation; prohibit.
SB 1122 (Sen. Erika Geiss) Children: other; reference to marriage of minor child in safe families for children act; remove.
SB 1123 (Sen. Michael D. MacDonald) Crimes: criminal sexual conduct; references to married minors in the Michigan penal code; modify.
SB 223 (Sen. Stephanie Chang) Education: students; information regarding sexual assault and harassment; require schools to provide to students and encourage related professional development.
SB 224 (Sen. Dan Lauwers) Crimes: criminal sexual conduct; sexual contact and sexual penetration under pretext of medical treatment; prohibit, and provide penalties.
SB 225 (Sen. Erika Geiss) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for sexual contact or sexual penetration under pretext of medical treatment; modify.
SB 226 (Sen. Lana Theis) Health occupations: health professionals; additional individual present during certain examinations of minors; require under certain circumstances and require consent.
SB 227 (Sen. Ruth A. Johnson) Health occupations: health professionals; sentencing guidelines for the crime of and performing certain medical treatments on a minor without consent and another individual present; enact.
HB 4898 (Rep. Graham Filler) Probate: other; general amendments to the estates and protected individuals code; provide for.
HB 4899 (Rep. Graham Filler) Vehicles: title; transfer of ownership of vehicle to surviving spouse or heir after owner’s death; modify maximum value and adjust for cost of living.
HB 4900 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Probate: other; uniform transfers to minors act; modify amount of transfer allowed.
HB 4901 (Rep. Kyra Bolden) Watercraft: other; watercraft eligible for issuance of certificate of title transferring deceased owner’s interest; increase maximum value of, subject to Consumer Price Index.
HB 4243 (Rep. Julie Alexander) Crimes: controlled substances; crime of manufacturing, delivering, or possession of with intent to deliver heroin or fentanyl; modify to reflect changes in sentencing guidelines.
HB 4244 (Rep. Sarah Anthony) Crimes: controlled substances; sentencing guidelines for delivering, manufacturing, or possessing with intent to deliver heroin or fentanyl; amend.
HB 4245 (Rep. David LaGrand) Criminal procedure: probation; probation for certain major controlled substances offenses; allow.
HB 4240 (Rep. Jeff Yaroch) Criminal procedure: forfeiture; disposition of funds from civil asset forfeiture; clarify.
HB 4241 (Rep. Douglas Wozniak) Criminal procedure: forfeiture; disposal of funds from seized vehicles; clarify.
HB 4071 (Rep. Bronna Kahle) Crimes: abuse; abuse of a vulnerable child as second degree child abuse; include.
HB 4072 (Rep. Julie Calley) Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for abuse of vulnerable child; enact.
And any other business properly before the committee.