Tentative Senate Agenda - Tuesday, May 22, 2018

House Bills 5579, 5561, 5562, 5567, 5568, 5570, 5572, 5574, and 5575 will go all way to final passage.

Third Reading of Bills:
019 - SB 465 (Booher) Liens; construction; architects, engineers, and surveyors; allow to have a lien on recording a notice, without an actual physical improvement.
  
020 - HB 5508 (Inman) Businesses; associations; merger or conversion of summer resort and park association into nonprofit corporations; authorize.
  
021 - HB 5509 (Inman) Businesses; nonprofit corporations; merger or conversion into nonprofit corporations; authorize for summer resort and park associations.
  
022 - HB 4574 (Rendon) Traffic control; parking; information to be displayed on handicap permit placard; revise.

General Orders:
060 - SB 123 (Knezek) Traffic control; traffic regulation; requirement for operator of a motor vehicle to maintain a 5-foot distance when passing a bicyclist on the left; establish.
  
061 - SB 124 (O'Brien) Vehicles; driver training; training component for drivers regarding safety for bicyclists and other vulnerable roadway users on the road; require.
  
062 - SB 170 (O'Brien) Traffic control; traffic regulation; requirement for operator of a motor vehicle to maintain a 5-foot distance when passing a bicyclist on the right; establish.
  
063 - SB 330 (O'Brien) Traffic control; violations; crime of operation of vehicle causing death while holding a suspended or revoked license or registration; expand to include individuals whose licenses or registrations were suspended or revoked by other states.
  
127 - SB 889 (Knollenberg) Education; teachers; requirements for teacher certification; eliminate the basic skills exam.
  
135 - SB 836 (Casperson) Traffic control; traffic regulation; tandem axle assemblies; modify weight restrictions.
  
138 - HB 5579 (Kelly) Appropriations; zero budget; fiscal year 2018-2019 omnibus appropriations for school aid, higher education, and community colleges; provide for.
  
154 - SB 908 (Hertel) Property; conveyances; state-owned property in Ingham County previously conveyed to city of Lansing; modify restrictions on use.
  
159 - HB 4643 (Maturen) Taxation; state real estate transfer; exemptions of real estate transfer tax for certain principal residences that have lost value; expand to include certain certificate of occupancy dates.
  
166 - HB 5561 (Miller) Appropriations; zero budget; department of state police; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
167 - HB 5562 (Pagel) Appropriations; zero budget; corrections; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
168 - HB 5567 (VerHeulen) Appropriations; zero budget; general government; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
169 - HB 5568 (Victory) Appropriations; zero budget; department of agriculture and rural development; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
170 - HB 5570 (Bizon) Appropriations; zero budget; department of military and veterans affairs; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
171 - HB 5572 (Hernandez) Appropriations; zero budget; state transportation department; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
172 - HB 5574 (Brann) Appropriations; zero budget; department of licensing and regulatory affairs; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
173 - HB 5575 (Brann) Appropriations; zero budget; department of insurance and financial services; provide for fiscal year 2018-2019.
  
174 - SB 622 (Stamas) Highways; name; portion of US-23; designate as the "Peter A. Pettalia Memorial Highway".
  
187 - HB 5726 (Leutheuser) Trade; business practices; pyramid promotional schemes; prohibit.
  
188 - HB 5727 (Hornberger) Businesses; franchises; prohibition against pyramid schemes; revise in franchise investment law.
  
189 - HB 5728 (Noble) Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of engaging in pyramid promotion schemes; provide for.
  
190 - HB 5729 (Iden) Consumer protection; unfair trade practices; application of consumer protection act to pyramid schemes; clarify.
  
202 - SB 988 (MacGregor) Human services; county services; sunset on certain administrative rate changes to foster care services; eliminate.
  
203 - SB 1015 (Hildenbrand) Health facilities; quality assurance assessments; state retention amount from funds generated through hospital assessments; revise.
  
___ - SB 1012 (Robertson) Elections; voting procedures; ballot secrecy sleeves; modify, and modify time to notify an officer whose recall is sought of the recall petition. (If Reported from the Elections and Government Reform Committee.)