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HB 4031: Legalize abortion
Introduced January 18, 2023
Official text and analysis

Corrections: other; reference to crime of administering drugs to procure miscarriage; remove to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Felicia Brabec
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Stephanie Young
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

HB 4032: Legalize abortion
Introduced January 18, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; reference to crime of administering drugs to procure miscarriage; remove to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Stephanie Young
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Felicia Brabec
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

03/02/23  House roll call vote #16 On passage: Passed 58 – 50 (See how they voted)
03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #48 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
04/05/23: Signed into law, PA 13 of 2023

HB 4080: Count pre-born fetus as dependent
Introduced February 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Individual income tax: exemptions; additional exemption for fetus; provide for.
Tags: Abortion, Taxes   
Sponsor: Gina Johnsen
Cosponsors: Joseph Fox, Kathy Schmaltz, Jaime Greene, Dale Zorn, Tom Kunse, Matt Bierlein, Cameron Cavitt, Mike Hoadley, Gregory Markkanen, Jay DeBoyer, Brad Paquette, Douglas Wozniak, James DeSana, Rachelle Smit, Joseph Aragona, David Prestin, Timothy Beson, Jamie Thompson, Gregory Alexander, Phil Green
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

HB 4103: Create vague definition of "extraordinary medical measures" relating to abortion
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: other; extraordinary medical measures; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Andrew Fink
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, Gina Johnsen, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4104: Prohibit abortion for minors under 16 in typical circumstances
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: other; certain medical decisions by patient under age of 16 without consent of parent or guardian; prohibit under certain circumstances.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Gregory Alexander
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4105: Limit "mental health" loophole on late-term abortions
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: other; certain policies and procedures for determining whether an abortion is medically indicated to protect the life or physical or mental health of a pregnant individual; require.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Angela Rigas
Cosponsors: Gina Johnsen, Nancy DeBoer, Mark Tisdel, Andrew Fink, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4106: Expand abortion rules to non-doctors performing abortions
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; reporting of abortions; modify to include attending health care professionals.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Pat Outman
Cosponsors: Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4107: Prohibit sex-selection and Down Syndrome abortions
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; circumstances in which abortion is not medically indicated to protect the life or physical or mental health of pregnant individual; describe.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: David Martin
Cosponsors: Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4108: Prohibit late-term abortion except for mother's physical or mental health
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; abortion care after fetal viability; prohibit under certain circumstances.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Gina Johnsen
Cosponsors: Andrew Fink, Angela Rigas, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4109: Exclude dentist from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Donni Steele
Cosponsors: Alicia St. Germaine, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4110: Exclude dermatologist from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Mark Tisdel
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, Gina Johnsen, Nancy DeBoer, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4111: Exclude podiatrist from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Andrew Fink
Cosponsors: Gina Johnsen, Angela Rigas, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4112: Exclude chiropractor from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Alicia St. Germaine
Cosponsors: Donni Steele, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4113: Exclude opthalmologist from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Angela Rigas
Cosponsors: Gina Johnsen, Nancy DeBoer, Mark Tisdel, Andrew Fink, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4114: Exclude midwife from definitional of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: David Martin
Cosponsors: Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4115: Exclude doula from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Nancy DeBoer
Cosponsors: Mark Tisdel, Angela Rigas, Gina Johnsen, Andrew Fink, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4116: Exclude massage therapist from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Pat Outman
Cosponsors: Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4117: Exclude athletic trainer from definition of health professional in abortion clause
Introduced February 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; attending health care professional; define.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Gina Johnsen
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, Andrew Fink, Gregory Alexander
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4481: Fund alternatives to abortion
Introduced April 27, 2023
Official text and analysis

Appropriations: supplemental; alternatives to abortion; provide funding for.
Tags: Abortion, Spending   
Sponsor: Matt Maddock
Cosponsors: Jay DeBoyer, Gregory Alexander, Matt Bierlein, Angela Rigas, Gina Johnsen, David Prestin, Mike Hoadley, Brian BeGole, Luke Meerman, Joseph Fox, Neil Friske, James DeSana
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4652: Create tax credit for donations to pregnancy resource centers
Introduced May 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Individual income tax: credit; credit for contributions to certain pregnancy resource centers; provide for.
Tags: Abortion, Taxes, Children   
Sponsor: Andrew Beeler
Cosponsors: Nancy DeBoer, David Martin, Jamie Thompson, Ken Borton, Josh Schriver, Mike Harris, Tom Kunse, Matt Bierlein, Cameron Cavitt, Matt Maddock, Joseph Fox, Gregory Alexander, Mike Mueller, Jaime Greene
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4683: Ban abortion
Introduced May 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: abortion; administering with intent to procure; prohibit.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Neil Friske
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, James DeSana, Joseph Fox, Steve Carra, Gregory Alexander, Cameron Cavitt, Matt Maddock
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4684: Ban abortion
Introduced May 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: abortion; publication or sale of items used to prevent conception or produce miscarriage or abortion; prohibit.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Neil Friske
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, James DeSana, Joseph Fox, Steve Carra, Gregory Alexander, Cameron Cavitt, Matt Maddock
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4685: Ban abortion
Introduced May 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: abortion; advertising or sale to procure; prohibit.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Neil Friske
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, James DeSana, Joseph Fox, Steve Carra, Gregory Alexander, Matt Maddock, Cameron Cavitt
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4686: Ban abortion
Introduced May 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for performing abortion unless necessary to save the life of a mother; provide for.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Neil Friske
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, James DeSana, Joseph Fox, Steve Carra, Gregory Alexander, Matt Maddock, Cameron Cavitt
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4819: Require abortion reporting form include reason for abortion
Introduced June 15, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; abortion reporting form; require to include reason for abortion.
Tags: Abortion, Health   
Sponsor: Brad Paquette
Cosponsors: James DeSana, Joseph Fox, Mike Hoadley
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4949: Legalize child sexual mutilation and mandate health insurance pay for abortions
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; reproductive health act; create.
Tags: Abortion, Leftism, Creepy, Health, Children, Insurance   
Sponsor: Laurie Pohutsky
Cosponsors: Noah Arbit, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Natalie Price, Carol Glanville, Christine Morse, Carrie Rheingans, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Felicia Brabec, Jason Hoskins, Jim Haadsma, Stephanie Young, Dylan Wegela, Rachel Hood, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Kristian Grant, Regina Weiss, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/01/23  House roll call vote #460 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #662 Republican amendment: Failed 17 – 20 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #663 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
12/11/23: Signed into law, PA 286 of 2023

HB 4950: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; public health code; amend to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Penelope Tsernoglou
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Natalie Price, Carol Glanville, Christine Morse, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Jason Hoskins, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Kristian Grant, Regina Weiss, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4951: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines and other references to certain abortion crimes; amend to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Kara Hope
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Christine Morse, Natalie Price, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Denise Mentzer, Erin Byrnes, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Sharon MacDonell, Jennifer Conlin, Jenn Hill, Regina Weiss, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/01/23  House roll call vote #461 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #664 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 208 of 2023

HB 4952: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; born alive infant protection act; amend to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Carrie Rheingans
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Natalie Price, Carol Glanville, Christine Morse, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Felicia Brabec, Jim Haadsma, Dylan Wegela, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Jennifer Conlin, Jenn Hill, Sharon MacDonell, Jason Morgan, Regina Weiss
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4953: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; revised judicature act of 1961; revise to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Christine Morse
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Matt Koleszar, Kara Hope, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Carol Glanville, Natalie Price, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Felicia Brabec, Jason Hoskins, Jim Haadsma, Dylan Wegela, Rachel Hood, Sharon MacDonell, Jennifer Conlin, Jason Morgan, Regina Weiss
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/01/23  House roll call vote #462 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #665 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 202 of 2023

HB 4954: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

School aid: other; the state school aid act of 1979; modify to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Felicia Brabec
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Matt Koleszar, Kara Hope, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Christine Morse, Natalie Price, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Denise Mentzer, Erin Byrnes, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Sharon MacDonell, Jennifer Conlin, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Regina Weiss
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/01/23  House roll call vote #463 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #666 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 203 of 2023

HB 4955: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; occupational code; revise to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Natalie Price
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Jim Haadsma, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Kristian Grant, Jason Morgan, Regina Weiss
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/01/23  House roll call vote #464 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #667 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 204 of 2023

HB 4956: Legalize late-term abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: expunction; reference to crime of partial birth abortion; remove to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion, Children   
Sponsor: Julie Rogers
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Natalie Price, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Regina Weiss
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/01/23  House roll call vote #465 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #668 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 205 of 2023

HB 4957: Allow pregnant student services provide abortion referrals
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Higher education: other; prohibition on offering referrals for abortion services in pregnant and parenting student services offices; eliminate.
Tags: Abortion, Education, Leftism, Children   
Sponsor: Samantha Steckloff
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Natalie Price, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Erin Byrnes, Denise Mentzer, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Jim Haadsma, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Regina Weiss
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4958: Mandate taxpayer funding of abortions
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Human services: medical services; abortion as service provided with public funds to welfare recipient; revise.
Tags: Abortion, Leftism, Nanny State, Spending, Taxes, Children   
Sponsor: Regina Weiss
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Natalie Price, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Denise Mentzer, Erin Byrnes, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Jennifer Conlin, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Kristian Grant, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4959: Mandate health insurance pay for abortions
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Human services: medical services; coverage for abortions; require.
Tags: Abortion, Leftism, Children, Insurance   
Sponsor: Kristian Grant
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Matt Koleszar, Julie Brixie, Emily Dievendorf, Christine Morse, Natalie Price, Carol Glanville, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Samantha Steckloff, Tullio Liberati, Lori Stone, Veronica Paiz, Denise Mentzer, Erin Byrnes, Kelly Breen, Philip Skaggs, Dylan Wegela, Felicia Brabec, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Jason Hoskins, Sharon MacDonell, Jennifer Conlin, Jenn Hill, Regina Weiss, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 5012: Prohibit abortion of viable babies
Introduced September 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; abortion care after fetal viability; modify.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Mark Tisdel
Cosponsors: Bill Schuette, Rachelle Smit, Nancy DeBoer, Ken Borton, Jerry Neyer, Pat Outman, David Prestin, Mike Mueller, Matt Bierlein, Joseph Aragona, John Roth, Curtis VanderWall
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5013: Mandate health insurers cover birth control pills
Introduced September 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Insurance: health insurers; coverage for the dispensing of a 12-month supply of birth control; require.
Tags: Abortion, Leftism, Regulations, Special Interest Deal, Insurance   
Sponsor: Julie Rogers
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Jimmie Wilson, Jennifer Conlin, Carol Glanville, Noah Arbit, Jason Morgan, Penelope Tsernoglou, Christine Morse, Felicia Brabec, Mike McFall, Veronica Paiz, Abraham Aiyash, Ranjeev Puri, Kara Hope, Betsy Coffia, Helena Scott, Regina Weiss, Carrie Rheingans, Samantha Steckloff, Natalie Price, Rachel Hood, Julie Brixie, Regina Miller
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 5407: Provide for newborn abandonment drop boxes
Introduced January 23, 2024
Official text and analysis

Children: protection; surrender of a newborn to a baby drop box under safe delivery of newborn law; allow.
Tags: Abortion, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: William Bruck
Cosponsors: Matt Maddock, Gregory Alexander, Matt Bierlein, Jaime Greene, Gina Johnsen, Tom Kunse, Phil Green, Joseph Fox, Douglas Wozniak
Referred to House Families, Children and Seniors Committee

HB 5641: Mandate teaching fetal development in health education classes
Introduced April 18, 2024
Official text and analysis

Education: curriculum; health education standards and guidelines; modify to include instruction on fetal development.
Tags: Abortion, No Expectation Of Passage   
Sponsor: Gina Johnsen
Cosponsors: Angela Rigas, Pat Outman, Cameron Cavitt, Gregory Markkanen, Timothy Beson, Jay DeBoyer, Bradley Slagh, Joseph Fox
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5663: Allow for fetal remains to be given to the family
Introduced April 25, 2024
Official text and analysis

Health: other; option for fetal remains to be given to family; provide for. Amends sec. 2848 of 1978 PA 368 (MCL 333.2848).
Tags: Abortion, Creepy   
Sponsor: Angela Rigas
Cosponsors: Ken Borton, Gina Johnsen, Jay DeBoyer, Pat Outman, Cameron Cavitt, Gregory Markkanen, Jaime Greene, Mike Hoadley, Kathy Schmaltz, Joseph Fox, Tom Kunse, Veronica Paiz, Brad Paquette, Jamie Thompson, Mike Harris, Alicia St. Germaine, Timothy Beson, Ann Bollin, Denise Mentzer, James DeSana, Steve Carra, Emily Dievendorf, Bryan Posthumus, Joseph Aragona, Neil Friske, Matt Maddock, Gregory Alexander, Donavan McKinney
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

SB 2: Legalize abortion
Introduced January 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: abortion; provision related to publication of cures for conceptive preventatives; repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Erika Geiss
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Dayna Polehanki, John Cherry, Paul Wojno, Kristen McDonald Rivet, Jeremy Moss, Kevin Hertel, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Stephanie Chang, Jeff Irwin, Sean McCann, Sylvia Santana, Veronica Klinefelt, Darrin Camilleri, Sam Singh, Sue Shink, Winnie Brinks, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #41 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
03/22/23  House roll call vote #40 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
04/05/23: Signed into law, PA 12 of 2023

SB 9: Define fetus as person for dependent tax deduction
Introduced January 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Individual income tax: deductions; definition of dependent; include fetus.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Joe Bellino
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Finance, Insurance, and Consumer Protection Committee

SB 37: Legalize abortion
Introduced January 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; reference to crime of administering drugs to procure miscarriage; remove to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Rosemary Bayer
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Sara Anthony, Sylvia Santana, Mary Cavanagh, Kristen McDonald Rivet, Mallory McMorrow, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Sam Singh, John Cherry, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Jeremy Moss, Sean McCann, Dayna Polehanki, Veronica Klinefelt
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #40 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)


SB 38: Legalize abortion
Introduced January 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Corrections: other; reference to crime of administering drugs to procure miscarriage; remove to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Stephanie Chang
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Rosemary Bayer, Sara Anthony, Sylvia Santana, Mary Cavanagh, Kristen McDonald Rivet, Mallory McMorrow, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Sam Singh, John Cherry, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Jeremy Moss, Sean McCann, Dayna Polehanki, Veronica Klinefelt
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

SB 39: Legalize abortion
Introduced January 24, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: abortion; penalty for administering with intent to procure miscarriage; repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Sara Anthony
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Stephanie Chang, Sylvia Santana, Mary Cavanagh, Kristen McDonald Rivet, Darrin Camilleri, Mallory McMorrow, Kevin Hertel, Sam Singh, John Cherry, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Jeremy Moss, Sean McCann, Dayna Polehanki, Veronica Klinefelt, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #35 Minority amendment to mitigate negative effect of bill: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #36 Minority amendment to mitigate negative effect of bill: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #37 Minority amendment to mitigate negative effect of bill: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #38 Minority amendment to mitigate negative effect of bill: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #39 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)


SB 93: Legalize abortion drugs
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; penalties for the sale of drugs or medicine to procure a miscarriage; modify.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Sara Anthony
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Rosemary Bayer, Darrin Camilleri, Kevin Hertel, Mary Cavanagh, Sylvia Santana, Mallory McMorrow
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

03/08/23  Senate roll call vote #42 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)


SB 106: Increase penalties for partial-birth abortion and coerced abortion
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: penalties; penalties for partial-birth abortion and coercion to have abortion; increase.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Kevin Daley
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Michael Webber, Roger Victory, Dan Lauwers, Rick Outman, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 107: Increase penalties for partial-birth abortion and coerced abortion
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for partial-birth abortion and coercion to abortion; modify.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Kevin Daley
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Michael Webber, Roger Victory, Dan Lauwers, Rick Outman, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 108: Prohibit Down Syndrome-based abortion
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; abortion based on screening or diagnosis of Down syndrome; prohibit.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Michael Webber
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Dan Lauwers, Rick Outman, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 109: Prohibit Down Syndrome-based abortion
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of abortion based on screening or diagnosis of Down syndrome; provide for.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Michael Webber
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Rick Outman, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 110: Criminalize failure to render medical care if botched abortion results in live birth
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; failure to render immediate medical care if abortion results in a live birth; provide penalties.
Tags: Abortion, Criminal Justice   
Sponsor: Ruth Johnson
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Rick Outman, Dan Lauwers, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 111: Criminalize failure to render medical care if botched abortion results in live birth
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for failure to render immediate medical care if abortion results in a live birth; provide for.
Tags: Abortion, Criminal Justice   
Sponsor: Dan Lauwers
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Rick Outman, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 112: Prohibit certain regulations relating to abortion
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health facilities: other; pregnancy resource centers; prohibit certain regulations related to abortions.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Joe Bellino
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Michael Webber, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Dan Lauwers, Rick Outman, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 113: Prohibit requiring pharmacists to participate in an abortion
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; pharmacists and pharmacy technicians; prohibit from being required to participate in an abortion.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Michele Hoitenga
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Dan Lauwers, Rick Outman, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 114: Increase fine for violation of Abortion Insurance Opt-Out Act
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Insurance: health benefits; Abortion Insurance Opt-Out Act; increase fines.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Lana Theis
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Jim Runestad, Rick Outman, Joe Bellino, Kevin Daley, Ed McBroom, John Damoose, Roger Victory, Dan Lauwers, Jonathan Lindsey
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 115: Parental Rights Restoration Act - penalty for violation
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; penalties for violating the parental rights restoration act; provide for.
Tags: Abortion, Children   
Sponsor: Jonathan Lindsey
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Michael Webber, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Rick Outman, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 116: Parental Rights Restoration Act - penalty for violation
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for intentionally performing an abortion in violation of the parental rights restoration act; provide for.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Lana Theis
Cosponsors: Thomas Albert, Michael Webber, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Jonathan Lindsey, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Rick Outman
Referred to Senate Government Operations Committee

SB 117: Money for adoption support, pregnancy resource centers, maternity programs etc.
Introduced March 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Appropriations: other; omnibus budget appropriations; provide for fiscal year 2022-2023.
Tags: Abortion, Spending, Children   
Sponsor: Thomas Albert
Cosponsors: Michael Webber, Kevin Daley, Roger Victory, Rick Outman, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Jim Runestad, Lana Theis
Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee

SB 147: Make abortion a civil right, requiring employers to pay for procedures
Introduced March 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Civil rights: other; certain references to nontherapeutic abortions in the Elliott-Larsen civil rights act; remove.
Tags: Abortion, Regulations   
Sponsor: Erika Geiss
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

03/16/23  Senate roll call vote #94 Minority amendment to mitigate negative effect of bill: Failed 17 – 20 (See how they voted)
03/16/23  Senate roll call vote #95 On passage: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
05/03/23  House roll call vote #77 On passage: Passed 57 – 51 (See how they voted)
05/03/23  House roll call vote #78 On passage: Passed 56 – 52 (See how they voted)
05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #156 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
05/17/23: Signed into law, PA 31 of 2023

SB 474: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; public health code; amend to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Sara Anthony
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Dayna Polehanki, Mary Cavanagh, Veronica Klinefelt, Sean McCann, Stephanie Chang, Sue Shink, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno, Kevin Hertel, Winnie Brinks, Jeff Irwin
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

Votes on this bill

10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #559 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #560 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #561 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #562 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #563 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
11/01/23  House roll call vote #466 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #656 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 209 of 2023

SB 475: Update references to reflect legalized abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines and other references to certain abortion crimes; amend to reflect repeal.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Stephanie Chang
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki, Rosemary Bayer, Sean McCann, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Kevin Hertel, Winnie Brinks, Veronica Klinefelt, Jeff Irwin, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

Votes on this bill

10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #564 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #565 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)


SB 476: Legalize late-term abortion
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; born alive infant protection act; amend to reflect repealed abortion laws.
Tags: Abortion   
Sponsor: Erika Geiss
Cosponsors: Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki, Stephanie Chang, Sue Shink, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno, Kevin Hertel, Winnie Brinks, Veronica Klinefelt, Jeff Irwin, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

Votes on this bill

10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #566 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
11/01/23  House roll call vote #467 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #657 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 206 of 2023

SB 477: Allow pregnant student services provide abortion referrals
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Higher education: other; prohibition on offering referrals for abortion services in pregnant and parenting student services offices; eliminate.
Tags: Abortion, Education   
Sponsor: Mary Cavanagh
Cosponsors: Sean McCann, Erika Geiss, Rosemary Bayer, Dayna Polehanki, Stephanie Chang, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Kevin Hertel, Winnie Brinks, Jeff Irwin, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

Votes on this bill

10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #567 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/19/23  Senate roll call vote #568 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)
11/01/23  House roll call vote #468 On passage: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)
11/07/23  Senate roll call vote #658 Concur with House: Passed 20 – 17 (See how they voted)
11/22/23: Signed into law, PA 207 of 2023

SB 478: Mandate taxpayer funding of abortions
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Human services: medical services; abortion as service provided with public funds to welfare recipient; revise.
Tags: Abortion, Nanny State, Spending   
Sponsor: Mallory McMorrow
Cosponsors: Sean McCann, Rosemary Bayer, Erika Geiss, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki, Sue Shink, Stephanie Chang, Paul Wojno, Winnie Brinks, Jeff Irwin, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 479: Mandate health insurance pay for abortions
Introduced September 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Human services: medical services; coverage for abortions; require.
Tags: Abortion, Insurance   
Sponsor: Dayna Polehanki
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Rosemary Bayer, Mary Cavanagh, Sean McCann, Sue Shink, Stephanie Chang, Paul Wojno, Winnie Brinks, Jeff Irwin, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

SB 593: Legalize all abortion on demand
Introduced October 17, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: abortion; reproductive health act; create.
Tags: Abortion, Shocking   
Sponsor: Erika Geiss
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Housing and Human Services Committee

Votes on this bill

10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #594 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/26/23  Senate roll call vote #595 On passage: Passed 20 – 18 (See how they voted)


SB 627: Allow babies be abandoned via drop box
Introduced November 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: protection; safe delivery of newborns law; modify definition of newborn and allow surrender to a newborn safety device.
Tags: Abortion, Special Interest Deal, Creepy   
Sponsor: Jon Bumstead
Cosponsors: Rick Outman, John Damoose, Mark Huizenga, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

SB 628: Allow babies be abandoned via drop box
Introduced November 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: protection; reporting death of a newborn after surrender to a newborn safety device; expand.
Tags: Abortion, Special Interest Deal, Creepy   
Sponsor: John Damoose
Cosponsors: Jon Bumstead, Rick Outman, Mark Huizenga, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

SB 629: Allow babies be abandoned via drop box
Introduced November 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: protection; reference in Michigan penal code to surrender of a newborn under the newborn safe delivery law; revise.
Tags: Abortion, Special Interest Deal, Creepy   
Sponsor: Rick Outman
Cosponsors: Jon Bumstead, John Damoose, Mark Huizenga, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee




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