|July 13—19, 2009||
Volume 7 Issue 29
In the Capitol
Legislation Introduced 7/14–7/16
HB 5175 Juveniles; criminal procedure; juvenile competency and culpability; clarify.
HB 5176 State; identification cards; forms of identification necessary to apply for a state identification card; include corrections identification card and allow access to certain department of corrections data.
HB 5177 Corrections; prisoners; certain prisoner reentry programs, including issuance of identification card and copies of other identifying documents; require, and require prisoners to obtain certain records.
HB 5178 Traffic control; driver license; forms of identification necessary to apply for driver license; include corrections identification card.
HB 5179 Criminal procedure; sentencing; certain records necessary to obtain identification documents; assist convicted persons in obtaining.
HB 5188 Probate; powers of attorney; written acknowledgment of responsibilities by agent appointed under a power of attorney; require.
HB 5194 Probate; guardians and conservators; power of conservator to mortgage or place lien on protected individual's home; require prior court approval.
HB 5196 Probate; powers of attorney; uniform power of attorney act; enact.
HB 5204 Torts; liability; personal injury or property damage caused by propane gas equipment or appliances that were modified, repaired, or used inappropriately; provide protection from liability.
SB 0700 Trade; securities; adoption of new uniform securities act (2002); update uniform securities act references in Michigan consumer protection act.
SB 0705 Trade; securities; adoption of new uniform securities act (2002); update uniform securities act references in revised judicature act of 1961.
Of General Interest
HB 5193 Human services; other; definition of abuse of vulnerable adult; expand to include financial exploitation.
HB 5195 Probate; wills and estates; forfeiture and revocation of benefits for individuals who abused, neglected, or exploited decedent; provide for.
HB 5201 Property; land sales; land sales act; repeal.
SB 0688 Torts; governmental immunity; medical personnel with immunity from tort liability for search and rescue and tactical operations; clarify that physician's assistants are included.
At the Bar
Sections and Committees
Gov. Disputes 'Dangerous Cuts'
Worthy: Budget May Let More Criminals Go Free
Michigan Attorney General Slams Disbursement Bill