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Showing 82 bills tagged ‘Creepy’    


HB 4060: Permit MD offices and urgent care to ask if you want to donate bone marrow or organs/tissue
Introduced February 1, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: anatomical gifts; certain private practice offices and urgent care clinics to provide information on the donor registry and donating bone marrow; allow.
Tags: Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Lori Stone
Cosponsors: Penelope Tsernoglou, Tyrone Carter, Jimmie Wilson, John Fitzgerald, Carrie Rheingans, Rachel Hood, Veronica Paiz, Regina Weiss, Sharon MacDonell, Noah Arbit, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Jennifer Conlin, Kelly Breen, Carol Glanville, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4068: Create blood donation tax credit
Introduced February 2, 2023
Official text and analysis

Individual income tax: credit; credit for verified blood donations; provide for.
Tags: Taxes, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Rachel Hood
Cosponsors: Phil Green, Brenda Carter, Alabas Farhat, Felicia Brabec, Jason Hoskins, Emily Dievendorf, Samantha Steckloff, Carrie Rheingans, Penelope Tsernoglou, Tyrone Carter, Kelly Breen, Kara Hope, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

HB 4085: Provide safe harbor for youth at shelter for up to 72 hours without parental consent
Introduced February 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: other; licensed homeless youth shelter program; provide safe harbor for youth up to 72 hours with or without parental consent.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Lori Stone
Cosponsors: Brenda Carter, Amos O'Neal, John Roth, Natalie Price, Erin Byrnes, Penelope Tsernoglou, Mike McFall, Rachel Hood, Jim Haadsma, Carrie Rheingans, Stephanie Young, Helena Scott, Jimmie Wilson, Christine Morse, Kimberly Edwards, Kelly Breen, Sharon MacDonell, Julie Brixie, Carol Glanville
Referred to House Families, Children and Seniors Committee

Votes on this bill

10/25/23  House roll call vote #407 On passage: Passed 63 – 46 (See how they voted)


HB 4086: Define "homeless youth"
Introduced February 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: protection; eligibility for participation in a McGruff house or community child watch program; modify.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: John Roth
Cosponsors: Lori Stone, Amos O'Neal, Natalie Price, Penelope Tsernoglou, Erin Byrnes, Mike McFall, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Carrie Rheingans, Stephanie Young, Helena Scott, Jimmie Wilson, Christine Morse, Kimberly Edwards, Kelly Breen, Sharon MacDonell, Julie Brixie, Brenda Carter, Regina Miller, Carol Glanville
Referred to House Families, Children and Seniors Committee

Votes on this bill

10/25/23  House roll call vote #408 On passage: Passed 62 – 47 (See how they voted)


HB 4087: Allow runaway children "health care" (including sex changes) without parental consent
Introduced February 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: other; limited emancipation of a minor who is homeless; provide for.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Health, Children   
Sponsor: Amos O'Neal
Cosponsors: Lori Stone, John Roth, Natalie Price, Penelope Tsernoglou, Erin Byrnes, Mike McFall, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Carrie Rheingans, Stephanie Young, Helena Scott, Jimmie Wilson, Christine Morse, Kelly Breen, Sharon MacDonell, Julie Brixie, Brenda Carter, Regina Miller, Carol Glanville
Referred to House Families, Children and Seniors Committee

HB 4120: Require training materials for mandatory reporters of child abuse
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Children: protection; distribution of training package to individuals designated as mandatory reporters for child abuse or child neglect; require.
Tags: Regulations, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Julie Rogers
Cosponsors: Pat Outman, Carrie Rheingans, Carol Glanville, John Roth, Robert Bezotte, Douglas Wozniak, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Kimberly Edwards, Jaime Greene, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Kelly Breen, Amos O'Neal, Cynthia Neeley, Christine Morse, Donavan McKinney, Jason Hoskins, Penelope Tsernoglou, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  House roll call vote #123 On passage: Passed 102 – 5 (See how they voted)
06/14/23  Senate roll call vote #349 On passage: Passed 34 – 4 (See how they voted)
06/29/23: Signed into law, PA 46 of 2023

HB 4121: Revoke license for health professionals convicted of sexual misconduct
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; permanent revocation of license or registration if convicted of sexual conduct under pretext of medical treatment; provide for.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Occupational Licensing, Creepy   
Sponsor: Kelly Breen
Cosponsors: Julie Rogers, Pat Outman, Carrie Rheingans, Jennifer Conlin, Carol Glanville, Jim Haadsma, John Roth, Robert Bezotte, Douglas Wozniak, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Amos O'Neal, Cynthia Neeley, Christine Morse, Donavan McKinney, Jason Hoskins, Julie Brixie, Penelope Tsernoglou, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  House roll call vote #124 On passage: Passed 107 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/14/23  Senate roll call vote #350 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/29/23: Signed into law, PA 47 of 2023

HB 4122: Revoke license for health professionals convicted of sexual misconduct
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; permanent revocation of license or registration if convicted of sexual conduct under pretext of medical treatment; provide for.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Occupational Licensing, Creepy   
Sponsor: Kara Hope
Cosponsors: Samantha Steckloff, Stephanie Young, Carrie Rheingans, Julie Rogers, Kelly Breen, Graham Filler, Jennifer Conlin, Pat Outman, Carol Glanville, Jim Haadsma, John Roth, Robert Bezotte, Douglas Wozniak, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Jaime Greene, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Amos O'Neal, Cynthia Neeley, Christine Morse, Donavan McKinney, Jason Hoskins, Penelope Tsernoglou, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  House roll call vote #125 On passage: Passed 107 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/14/23  Senate roll call vote #351 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/29/23: Signed into law, PA 48 of 2023

HB 4123: Prohibit school officials from preventing reporting sexual misconduct
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: other; preventing reporting of crime; prohibit by use of position of authority.
Tags: Education, Creepy   
Sponsor: Graham Filler
Cosponsors: Julie Rogers, Carrie Rheingans, Jennifer Conlin, Julie Brixie, Pat Outman, Carol Glanville, Jim Haadsma, Sarah Lightner, John Roth, Robert Bezotte, Douglas Wozniak, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Jaime Greene, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Kelly Breen, Amos O'Neal, Cynthia Neeley, Christine Morse, Donavan McKinney, Jason Hoskins, Penelope Tsernoglou, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  House roll call vote #126 On passage: Passed 102 – 5 (See how they voted)
06/14/23  Senate roll call vote #352 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/29/23: Signed into law, PA 49 of 2023

HB 4124: Prohibit school officials from preventing reporting sexual misconduct to Title IX coord.
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: other; preventing reporting of certain alleged crimes to title IX coordinator by use of position of authority; prohibit.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Education, Creepy   
Sponsor: Carol Glanville
Cosponsors: Carrie Rheingans, Julie Rogers, Kelly Breen, Graham Filler, Pat Outman, Jim Haadsma, John Roth, Robert Bezotte, Douglas Wozniak, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Jaime Greene, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Amos O'Neal, Cynthia Neeley, Christine Morse, Donavan McKinney, Jason Hoskins, Julie Brixie, Penelope Tsernoglou, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  House roll call vote #127 On passage: Passed 102 – 5 (See how they voted)
06/14/23  Senate roll call vote #353 On passage: Passed 34 – 4 (See how they voted)
06/29/23: Signed into law, PA 50 of 2023

HB 4125: Prohibit expelling students who report sexual misconduct
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Education: discipline; certain actions regarding pupil who reports being sexually assaulted; require, and prohibit pupil from being expelled for reported incident.
Tags: Education, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Carrie Rheingans
Cosponsors: Julie Rogers, Jennifer Conlin, Graham Filler, Pat Outman, Carol Glanville, Jim Haadsma, John Roth, Robert Bezotte, Douglas Wozniak, Jason Morgan, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Jaime Greene, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Kimberly Edwards, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Kelly Breen, Amos O'Neal, Cynthia Neeley, Christine Morse, Donavan McKinney, Jason Hoskins, Julie Brixie, Penelope Tsernoglou, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

05/24/23  House roll call vote #128 On passage: Passed 97 – 10 (See how they voted)
06/14/23  Senate roll call vote #354 On passage: Passed 30 – 8 (See how they voted)
06/29/23: Signed into law, PA 51 of 2023

HB 4136: Require libraries with porn have adult-only section
Introduced February 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Libraries: policies and practices; restricted viewing area for obscene, pornographic material in libraries; require.
Tags: Education, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Neil Friske
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee

HB 4202: Allow automatic conviction for rape of mentally incapacitated spouse
Introduced March 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: defenses; defense to criminal sexual conduct charges based solely on mental incapacitation of the victim if the victim is the actor's spouse; repeal. Amends sec. 520l of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.520l).
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Laurie Pohutsky
Cosponsors: Felicia Brabec, Samantha Steckloff, Noah Arbit, Rachel Hood, Jasper Martus, Carrie Rheingans, Dylan Wegela, Natalie Price, Mike McFall, Jimmie Wilson, Veronica Paiz, Christine Morse, Penelope Tsernoglou, Kelly Breen, Erin Byrnes, Brenda Carter, Amos O'Neal, Kevin Coleman, Regina Weiss, Kara Hope, Matt Koleszar, Jenn Hill, Sharon MacDonell, Tullio Liberati, Jim Haadsma, Jason Hoskins, Tyrone Carter, Joey Andrews, Kristian Grant, Carol Glanville, Philip Skaggs, Jason Morgan, Alabas Farhat, Abraham Aiyash, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

Votes on this bill

04/19/23  House roll call vote #59 On passage: Passed 103 – 5 (See how they voted)
06/27/23  Senate roll call vote #398 On passage: Passed 37 – 0 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 77 of 2023

HB 4257: Criminalize irreversable sex-change procedures in children
Introduced March 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: penalties; penalties for parents or guardians who procure gender transition surgeries or irreversible hormonal procedures for children under 18; provide for.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Steve Carra
Cosponsors: Joseph Fox, James DeSana, Angela Rigas, Mike Hoadley, Rachelle Smit, Luke Meerman, Neil Friske
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4258: Criminalize irreversable sex-change procedures in children
Introduced March 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: penalties; references to crime of child abuse; modify in the code of criminal procedure.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Angela Rigas
Cosponsors: Steve Carra, Joseph Fox, James DeSana, Mike Hoadley, Rachelle Smit, Luke Meerman, Neil Friske
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4259: Criminalize irreversable sex-change procedures in children
Introduced March 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: penalties; references to crime of child abuse; modify in the corrections code.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Rachelle Smit
Cosponsors: Steve Carra, Joseph Fox, James DeSana, Angela Rigas, Mike Hoadley, Luke Meerman, Neil Friske
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4260: Criminalize irreversable sex-change procedures in children
Introduced March 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: penalties; references to crime of child abuse; modify in the prison code.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Luke Meerman
Cosponsors: Steve Carra, Joseph Fox, James DeSana, Angela Rigas, Mike Hoadley, Rachelle Smit, Neil Friske
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4291: Require department develop educational materials on sudden cardiac arrest in young athletes
Introduced March 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: children; youth athletes; require department to develop educational materials and training program regarding sudden cardiac arrest in athletes and their return to athletic activity.
Tags: Regulations, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Felicia Brabec
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Veronica Paiz, Erin Byrnes, Natalie Price, Jimmie Wilson, Rachel Hood, Carrie Rheingans, Noah Arbit, Jaime Churches, Julie Rogers, Penelope Tsernoglou, Carol Glanville, John Fitzgerald, Kelly Breen, Kara Hope, Sharon MacDonell, Brenda Carter, Amos O'Neal, Denise Mentzer, Regina Miller, Stephanie Young, Helena Scott, Jenn Hill, Dylan Wegela, Samantha Steckloff, Philip Skaggs, Jason Morgan, Angela Witwer, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 4301: Prohibit minors from marrying
Introduced March 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Family law: marriage and divorce; right for emancipated minor to marry; revoke.
Tags: Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Stephanie Young
Cosponsors: Kara Hope, Julie Brixie, Jenn Hill, Kristian Grant, Kelly Breen, Erin Byrnes, Jason Hoskins, Jason Morgan, Philip Skaggs, Veronica Paiz, Felicia Brabec, Donavan McKinney
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

06/21/23  House roll call vote #191 On passage: Passed 104 – 5 (See how they voted)


HB 4302: Prohibit minors from marrying
Introduced March 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: criminal sexual conduct; references to married minors in the Michigan penal code; modify.
Tags: Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Joey Andrews
Cosponsors: Kara Hope, Julie Brixie, Jenn Hill, Stephanie Young, Kristian Grant, Kelly Breen, Erin Byrnes, Jason Hoskins, Jason Morgan, Philip Skaggs, Veronica Paiz, Felicia Brabec, Donavan McKinney
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

Votes on this bill

06/21/23  House roll call vote #192 On passage: Passed 104 – 5 (See how they voted)
06/27/23  Senate roll call vote #397 On passage: Passed 37 – 0 (See how they voted)
09/06/23  House roll call vote #271 Concur with Senate: Passed 102 – 5 (See how they voted)
09/13/23  Senate roll call vote #451 Concur with House: Passed 36 – 0 (See how they voted)
09/26/23: Signed into law, PA 126 of 2023

HB 4320: Make crime to harass, etc. a "vulnerable adult" that causes the person to provide pornography
Introduced March 22, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: internet; penalties for coercing vulnerable adult into providing sexually explicit visual material; provide for. Amends 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.1 - 750.568) by adding sec. 145h.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Sharon MacDonell
Cosponsors: Jimmie Wilson, Noah Arbit, Carol Glanville, John Fitzgerald, Kristian Grant, Nate Shannon, Joey Andrews, Penelope Tsernoglou, Tullio Liberati, Felicia Brabec, Kelly Breen, Helena Scott, Jennifer Conlin, Jenn Hill, Julie Rogers
Referred to House Families, Children and Seniors Committee

Votes on this bill

10/12/23  House roll call vote #349 On passage: Passed 110 – 0 (See how they voted)
11/09/23  Senate roll call vote #712 On passage: Passed 37 – 0 (See how they voted)
12/07/23: Signed into law, PA 275 of 2023

HB 4387: Sentencing guidelines for crime of coercing vulnerable adult to provide pornography
Introduced April 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of coercing vulnerable adult into providing sexually explicit visual material; provide for.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Sharon MacDonell
Cosponsors: Stephanie Young, Noah Arbit
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

Votes on this bill

10/12/23  House roll call vote #350 On passage: Passed 110 – 0 (See how they voted)
11/09/23  House roll call vote #578 Concur with Senate: Passed 107 – 0 (See how they voted)
11/09/23  Senate roll call vote #711 On passage: Passed 36 – 2 (See how they voted)
12/07/23: Signed into law, PA 276 of 2023

HB 4431: Repeal prohibition on sodomy
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: other; crime of sodomy between consenting adults; eliminate.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy   
Sponsor: Noah Arbit
Cosponsors: Emily Dievendorf, Carrie Rheingans, Erin Byrnes, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Dylan Wegela, Veronica Paiz, Samantha Steckloff, Rachel Hood, Regina Weiss, William Snyder, Kara Hope, Lori Stone, Jasper Martus, John Fitzgerald, Jimmie Wilson, Felicia Brabec, Natalie Price, Penelope Tsernoglou, Joey Andrews, Helena Scott, Julie Rogers, Jason Morgan, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Matt Koleszar, Philip Skaggs
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4432: Replace a reference to sodomy with beastiality
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: biometric data; reference to sodomy in 1925 PA 289; remove.
Tags: Creepy   
Sponsor: Emily Dievendorf
Cosponsors: Noah Arbit, Carrie Rheingans, Erin Byrnes, Sharon MacDonell, Dylan Wegela, Jenn Hill, Veronica Paiz, Rachel Hood, Regina Weiss, William Snyder, Kara Hope, Lori Stone, Jasper Martus, John Fitzgerald, Jimmie Wilson, Felicia Brabec, Natalie Price, Penelope Tsernoglou, Joey Andrews, Helena Scott, Julie Rogers, Jason Morgan, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Matt Koleszar, Philip Skaggs
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4433: Repeal prohibition on sodomy
Introduced April 19, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crime of sodomy between consenting adults; eliminate.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy   
Sponsor: Carrie Rheingans
Cosponsors: Noah Arbit, Emily Dievendorf, Erin Byrnes, Sharon MacDonell, Dylan Wegela, Jenn Hill, Veronica Paiz, Rachel Hood, Regina Weiss, William Snyder, Kara Hope, Lori Stone, Jasper Martus, John Fitzgerald, Felicia Brabec, Jimmie Wilson, Natalie Price, Penelope Tsernoglou, Joey Andrews, Helena Scott, Julie Rogers, Jason Morgan, Christine Morse, Carol Glanville, Matt Koleszar, Philip Skaggs
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4489: Revise regulations on rape kits
Introduced April 27, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: evidence; certain procedures pertaining to sexual assault kit evidence; modify.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Kelly Breen
Cosponsors: Julie Brixie, Regina Miller, Noah Arbit, Julie Rogers, Penelope Tsernoglou, Jenn Hill, Veronica Paiz, Tullio Liberati, Alabas Farhat, Carrie Rheingans, Jasper Martus, Jimmie Wilson, Mike McFall, Helena Scott, Kara Hope, Joey Andrews, Natalie Price, Stephanie Young, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Emily Dievendorf, Samantha Steckloff, Jason Hoskins, Erin Byrnes, Felicia Brabec, Lori Stone, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4490: Require hospitals allow use of their shower after adminstering a rape kit
Introduced April 27, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: code; individuals receiving a sexual assault medical forensic examination; allow to shower at the medical facility following the examination.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Jennifer Conlin
Cosponsors: Julie Brixie, Christine Morse, Penelope Tsernoglou, Regina Miller, Jenn Hill, Veronica Paiz, Tullio Liberati, Noah Arbit, Alabas Farhat, Carrie Rheingans, Jasper Martus, Jimmie Wilson, Mike McFall, Helena Scott, Kara Hope, Joey Andrews, Natalie Price, Stephanie Young, Jim Haadsma, Rachel Hood, Kelly Breen, Emily Dievendorf, Samantha Steckloff, Erin Byrnes, Felicia Brabec, Lori Stone, Julie Rogers, Abraham Aiyash, Karen Whitsett
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4494: New law to mandate non-flushable wipes be prominently marked as such on the packaging
Introduced May 2, 2023
Official text and analysis

Environmental protection: sewage; "nonflushable" warning label for wipes; require.
Tags: Regulations, Creepy   
Sponsor: Thomas Kuhn
Cosponsors: Mark Tisdel, Donni Steele, Joseph Aragona, Jaime Greene, Robert Bezotte, Alicia St. Germaine, Douglas Wozniak, Mike Harris, Jay DeBoyer
Referred to House Natural Resources, Environment, Tourism and Outdoor Recreation Committee

HB 4510: Require public school multi-occupancy restrooms be used based on biological sex
Introduced May 4, 2023
Official text and analysis

Education: facilities; requirements concerning restrooms and other certain areas in public schools; modify.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Education, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Matt Maddock
Cosponsors: Steve Carra, Jay DeBoyer, Gregory Alexander, Matt Bierlein, Gregory Markkanen, Angela Rigas, Brad Paquette, Gina Johnsen, David Prestin, Mike Hoadley, Jerry Neyer, Brian BeGole, Luke Meerman, Alicia St. Germaine, Rachelle Smit, Joseph Fox, Neil Friske, James DeSana, Ann Bollin
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4533: Create a blood donation tax credit
Introduced May 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Corporate income tax: credits; credit for hosting a certified blood drive; provide for.
Tags: Taxes, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Phil Green
Cosponsors: Rachel Hood, Mark Tisdel, Alabas Farhat
Referred to House Tax Policy Committee

HB 4535: Prohibit "revenge porn"
Introduced May 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: obscenity; electronic transmission of unsolicited and nonconsensual sexually explicit material; prohibit.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Lori Stone
Cosponsors: Felicia Brabec, Donavan McKinney, Samantha Steckloff, Natalie Price, Julie Brixie, Helena Scott, Emily Dievendorf, Rachel Hood, Jenn Hill, Erin Byrnes
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 4539: Criminalize puberty blockers
Introduced May 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: crimes against minors; sentencing guideline for providing puberty-blocking drugs or genital gender reassignment surgery to anyone under 18 years of age; enact.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health, Children   
Sponsor: Brad Paquette
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4540: Criminalize puberty blockers
Introduced May 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: crimes against minors; providing puberty-blocking drugs or genital gender reassignment surgery to anyone under 18 years of age; prohibit.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health, Children   
Sponsor: Brad Paquette
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 4718: Prohibit "heat of passion" defense against response to transgender sexual assault
Introduced June 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Civil procedure: defenses; sexual orientation or gender identity of a victim as a defense to a crime; prohibit.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Leftism, Creepy   
Sponsor: Laurie Pohutsky
Cosponsors: Emily Dievendorf, Jason Morgan, Noah Arbit, Mike McFall, Jason Hoskins, Brenda Carter, Donavan McKinney, Veronica Paiz, Jim Haadsma, Erin Byrnes, Dylan Wegela, Jimmie Wilson, Carol Glanville, Tyrone Carter, Regina Weiss, Sharon MacDonell, Matt Koleszar, Samantha Steckloff, Natalie Price, Christine Morse, Jasper Martus, Felicia Brabec, Carrie Rheingans, Abraham Aiyash, Betsy Coffia, John Fitzgerald, Kara Hope, Jenn Hill
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

Votes on this bill

10/19/23  House roll call vote #391 On passage: Passed 56 – 53 (See how they voted)
06/20/24  Senate roll call vote #268 Republican amendment: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
06/20/24  Senate roll call vote #269 On passage: Passed 24 – 14 (See how they voted)
06/27/24  House roll call vote #281 Concur with Senate: Passed 56 – 54 (See how they voted)


HB 4728: Remove HIV screenings for frequent blood donors
Introduced June 8, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: testing; screening of breast milk donor for presence of HIV; modify.
Tags: Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Julie Rogers
Cosponsors: Carol Glanville, Felicia Brabec, Mike McFall, Rachel Hood, Tyrone Carter, Jennifer Conlin, Erin Byrnes, Carrie Rheingans, John Fitzgerald, Helena Scott, Pat Outman, Cynthia Neeley, Samantha Steckloff, Natalie Price
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

06/26/24  House roll call vote #228 On passage: Passed 103 – 6 (See how they voted)


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 5009: Require pornographic websites require age verification of visitors
Introduced September 14, 2023
Official text and analysis

Communications: internet; age verification to visit adult-only pornographic websites; require.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Technology, Creepy   
Sponsor: Brad Paquette
Cosponsors: none
Referred to House Energy, Communications, and Technology Committee

HB 5063: Allow students to be "treated" with marijuana during school
Introduced September 28, 2023
Official text and analysis

Education: other; students to be treated with marihuana-infused products and CBD products during school; allow.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Health, Children, Drugs   
Sponsor: Dylan Wegela
Cosponsors: Jimmie Wilson, Penelope Tsernoglou, Kevin Coleman, Emily Dievendorf, Kimberly Edwards, Erin Byrnes
Referred to House Regulatory Reform Committee

HB 5064: Allow students to be "treated" with marijuana during school
Introduced September 28, 2023
Official text and analysis

Education: other; students to be treated with medical marihuana and CBD products during school; allow.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Health, Children, Drugs   
Sponsor: Jimmie Wilson
Cosponsors: Dylan Wegela, Penelope Tsernoglou, Kevin Coleman, Emily Dievendorf, Kimberly Edwards, Erin Byrnes
Referred to House Regulatory Reform Committee

HB 5174: Mandate public schools promote organ donation companies
Introduced October 17, 2023
Official text and analysis

Education: curriculum; instruction in organ and tissue donation; require.
Tags: Education, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Felicia Brabec
Cosponsors: Kimberly Edwards, Sharon MacDonell, Carrie Rheingans, Rachel Hood, Stephanie Young, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Education Committee

HB 5178: Authorize government distribution of taxpayer-funded drug paraphernalia (needles, crack pipes, etc.)
Introduced October 18, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: other; syringe service programs; provide for.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Drugs   
Sponsor: Carrie Rheingans
Cosponsors: Felicia Brabec, Rachel Hood, Natalie Price, Christine Morse, Erin Byrnes, Jimmie Wilson, Dylan Wegela, Noah Arbit, Emily Dievendorf, Jenn Hill, Jason Morgan, Regina Miller
Referred to House Health Policy Committee

HB 5301: Allow "X" sex designation on driver licenses
Introduced November 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Traffic control: driver license; application requirements for an operator's or chauffeur's license; modify.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy   
Sponsor: Emily Dievendorf
Cosponsors: Laurie Pohutsky, Felicia Brabec, Helena Scott, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

HB 5302: Allow "X" sex designation on state IDs
Introduced November 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

State: identification cards; application requirements for a state identification card; modify.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy   
Sponsor: Felicia Brabec
Cosponsors: Emily Dievendorf, Helena Scott, Laurie Pohutsky, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

HB 5303: Allow "X" sex designation on birth certificates
Introduced November 3, 2023
Official text and analysis

Records: birth; new certificate of birth requirements; modify.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy   
Sponsor: Helena Scott
Cosponsors: Emily Dievendorf, Felicia Brabec, Laurie Pohutsky, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Judiciary Committee

HB 5394: Mandate Secretary of State provide state ID data to organ harvesting organizations
Introduced January 16, 2024
Official text and analysis

Health: anatomical gifts; inclusion on the donor registry of an individual who elects to be a donor on an income tax schedule; allow.
Tags: Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Cynthia Neeley
Cosponsors: Kristian Grant, Stephanie Young, Kimberly Edwards, Amos O'Neal, Emily Dievendorf
Referred to House Tax 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 5410: Outlaw corpse-raping
Introduced January 30, 2024
Official text and analysis

Crimes: other; crimes regarding certain sexual conduct; modify.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Noah Arbit
Cosponsors: Carrie Rheingans, Emily Dievendorf, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Sharon MacDonell
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 5411: Outlaw corpse-raping
Introduced January 30, 2024
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines and certain court procedures for certain offenses related to sexual conduct; modify.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Carrie Rheingans
Cosponsors: Noah Arbit, Emily Dievendorf, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Sharon MacDonell
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 5412: Outlaw corpse-raping
Introduced January 30, 2024
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: biometric data; references to certain sexual conduct related offenses in 1925 PA 289; modify.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Emily Dievendorf
Cosponsors: Noah Arbit, Carrie Rheingans, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Sharon MacDonell
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 5456: Mandate inclusion of incidents involving possession or dissemination of sexually explicit or abusive material in required incident reporting
Introduced February 20, 2024
Official text and analysis

Education: other; inclusion of incidents involving possession or dissemination of sexually explicit or abusive material in required incident reporting; provide for.
Tags: Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Jennifer Conlin
Cosponsors: Julie Rogers, Sharon MacDonell, Jasper Martus, Emily Dievendorf, Erin Byrnes, Veronica Paiz, Cynthia Neeley, Robert Bezotte, Helena Scott, Mike McFall, Rachel Hood, Jason Morgan
Referred to House Education Committee

HB 5531: Create a registry of student deaths on school property
Introduced February 29, 2024
Official text and analysis

Education: students; registry of student death on school property; create.
Tags: Education, Creepy, Children, Transparency   
Sponsor: Jamie Thompson
Cosponsors: Mike Harris, John Roth, Gina Johnsen, Matt Bierlein, Donavan McKinney, Curtis VanderWall
Referred to House Government Operations Committee

HB 5569: Allow lawsuits for false depictions of an individual engaging in sexual conduct
Introduced March 13, 2024
Official text and analysis

Civil procedure: civil actions; cause of action for media that falsely depicts an individual engaging in sexual conduct; provide for.
Tags: Creepy, Civil Law   
Sponsor: Penelope Tsernoglou
Cosponsors: Veronica Paiz, Cynthia Neeley, Brenda Carter, Matt Bierlein, Stephanie Young, Angela Rigas, Jasper Martus, Jennifer Conlin, Emily Dievendorf, Mike McFall, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Erin Byrnes, Kelly Breen, Carrie Rheingans, Joey Andrews, Noah Arbit, Jason Morgan, Rachel Hood, Felicia Brabec, Natalie Price, Julie Rogers, Julie Brixie, Jason Hoskins, Philip Skaggs, Helena Scott, Betsy Coffia
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

Votes on this bill

06/12/24  House roll call vote #164 On passage: Passed 108 – 2 (See how they voted)


HB 5570: Sentencing guidelines for dissemination of "deep fake" sexual images
Introduced March 13, 2024
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; guidelines for dissemination of deep fake sexual images; enact.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Matt Bierlein
Cosponsors: Veronica Paiz, Penelope Tsernoglou, Cynthia Neeley, Brenda Carter, Stephanie Young, Angela Rigas, Jasper Martus, Jennifer Conlin, Emily Dievendorf, Mike McFall, Sharon MacDonell, Jenn Hill, Erin Byrnes, Kelly Breen, Carrie Rheingans, Joey Andrews, Noah Arbit, Jason Morgan, Rachel Hood, Felicia Brabec, Natalie Price, Julie Rogers, Julie Brixie, Jason Hoskins, Philip Skaggs, Helena Scott, Betsy Coffia
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

Votes on this bill

06/12/24  House roll call vote #165 On passage: Passed 108 – 2 (See how they voted)


HB 5593: Increase punishment for sex crimes against animals
Introduced March 14, 2024
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crimes against animals; revise.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Animals   
Sponsor: Pat Outman
Cosponsors: Cynthia Neeley, Brenda Carter, Amos O'Neal, Sharon MacDonell, Joseph Aragona, Jim Haadsma, Tyrone Carter, Kara Hope, Betsy Coffia, Emily Dievendorf, Matt Koleszar, Carrie Rheingans, Kimberly Edwards, Jason Morgan, Stephanie Young, Helena Scott, Abraham Aiyash
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

Votes on this bill

06/20/24  House roll call vote #199 On passage: Passed 102 – 7 (See how they voted)


HB 5644: Mandate accommodations for menstruating and lactating women in construction industry
Introduced April 23, 2024
Official text and analysis

Labor: health and safety; reasonable accommodations for employees in the construction industry who express milk or menstruate; provide for.
Tags: Leftism, Regulations, Creepy   
Sponsor: Jaime Churches
Cosponsors: Matt Koleszar, Jennifer Conlin, Jasper Martus, Sharon MacDonell, Dylan Wegela, Julie Brixie, Noah Arbit, Joey Andrews, Penelope Tsernoglou, Helena Scott, Amos O'Neal, Kristian Grant, Rachel Hood, Jim Haadsma, William Snyder, Mike McFall, Tullio Liberati, Philip Skaggs, Veronica Paiz, Donavan McKinney, Emily Dievendorf, Kimberly Edwards, Erin Byrnes, Regina Miller, Regina Weiss, Cynthia Neeley, Stephanie Young, Kara Hope, Samantha Steckloff, Natalie Price, Jenn Hill, Betsy Coffia, Felicia Brabec, Carol Glanville
Referred to House Labor 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

HB 5687: Outlaw corpse-raping
Introduced April 25, 2024
Official text and analysis

Crimes: penalties; penalties for sexual conduct with a corpse or involving a corpse; provide for.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Pauline Wendzel
Cosponsors: Joseph Aragona, Jay DeBoyer, Mike Harris, John Roth, Douglas Wozniak, Robert Bezotte
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

HB 5688: Outlaw corpse-raping
Introduced April 25, 2024
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for sexual conduct with a corpse or involving a corpse; create.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Pauline Wendzel
Cosponsors: Douglas Wozniak, Robert Bezotte, John Roth
Referred to House Criminal Justice Committee

SB 44: Prohibit invasive bodily exams on unconscious patients
Introduced January 26, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; invasive bodily examinations; prohibit under certain circumstances.
Tags: Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Paul Wojno
Cosponsors: Sylvia Santana, Sean McCann, Stephanie Chang, Sue Shink, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeremy Moss, John Cherry, Veronica Klinefelt, Erika Geiss, Rosemary Bayer
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #702 On passage: Passed 35 – 0 (See how they voted)


SB 45: Definition of invasive exam
Introduced January 26, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; definition of invasive bodily examination; add.
Tags: Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Sylvia Santana
Cosponsors: Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Stephanie Chang, Sue Shink, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeremy Moss, John Cherry, Erika Geiss, Rosemary Bayer
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/08/23  Senate roll call vote #703 On passage: Passed 35 – 0 (See how they voted)


SB 56: Repeal archaic law against "lewd and lacscivious" relations out of wedlock
Introduced February 7, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: other; lewd and lascivious cohabitation; repeal prohibition.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Creepy, Nothing   
Sponsor: Stephanie Chang
Cosponsors: Paul Wojno, Mallory McMorrow, Mary Cavanagh, Jeff Irwin, Veronica Klinefelt, John Cherry, Sylvia Santana, Sean McCann, Rosemary Bayer, Erika Geiss, Sue Shink, Dayna Polehanki, Winnie Brinks, Jeremy Moss
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

04/19/23  Senate roll call vote #123 On passage: Passed 29 – 9 (See how they voted)
06/28/23  House roll call vote #265 On passage: Passed 82 – 26 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 78 of 2023

SB 66: Require materials in schools on sexual assault and harassment
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Education: students; information regarding sexual assault and harassment; require schools to provide to students and encourage related professional development.
Tags: Education, Creepy   
Sponsor: Stephanie Chang
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #148 On passage: Passed 37 – 1 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #193 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 57 of 2023

SB 67: Make felony for unnecessary invasive medical procedures
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: criminal sexual conduct; sexual contact and sexual penetration under pretext of medical treatment; prohibit, and provide penalties.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Dan Lauwers
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Lana Theis, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #149 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #194 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 58 of 2023

SB 68: Sentencing guidelines for violation of SB 67
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for sexual contact or sexual penetration under pretext of medical treatment; modify.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Erika Geiss
Cosponsors: Dan Lauwers, Stephanie Chang, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #150 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #195 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 59 of 2023

SB 69: Require consent and witness for invasive procedures on minors
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; additional individual present during certain examinations of minors; require under certain circumstances and require consent.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Lana Theis
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #151 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #196 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 60 of 2023

SB 70: Sentencing guidelines for violation of SB 69
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health occupations: health professionals; sentencing guidelines for the crime of performing certain medical treatments on a minor without consent and another individual present; enact.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Ruth Johnson
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #152 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #197 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 61 of 2023

SB 71: Require documentation of medically invasive procedures
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: medical records; provision for the protection, retention, and maintenance of medical records referencing a vaginal or anal penetration treatment for 15 years by a health professional and health facility or agency; implement, and require certain boards to provide guidance to licensees on medical services involving vaginal or anal penetration.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Roger Hauck
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #153 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #198 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
06/27/23  Senate roll call vote #386 On passage: Passed 37 – 0 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 62 of 2023

SB 72: Sentencing guidelines for violation of SB 71
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for the crime of intentionally failing to document certain services in a medical record; enact.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Kristen McDonald Rivet
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #154 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #199 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 63 of 2023

SB 73: Protect anonymity of accuser in sexual assault accusations
Introduced February 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Civil rights: public records; identity of parties proceeding anonymously in civil actions alleging sexual misconduct; exempt from disclosure under freedom of information act.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Sue Shink
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dan Lauwers, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno, Sean McCann, Mary Cavanagh, Dayna Polehanki
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/04/23  Senate roll call vote #155 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #200 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 64 of 2023

SB 204: Make crime to harass, etc. a "vulnerable adult" that causes the person to provide pornography
Introduced March 16, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: internet; penalties for coercing a vulnerable adult into providing sexually explicit visual material; provide for.
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Veronica Klinefelt
Cosponsors: Dayna Polehanki, Mallory McMorrow, Rosemary Bayer, Sue Shink, Paul Wojno, Sylvia Santana, Stephanie Chang, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

SB 236: Clarify definition of mental incapacitation detail in criminal sexual conduct context
Introduced March 23, 2023
Official text and analysis

Crimes: criminal sexual conduct; criminal sexual conduct involving a mentally incapacitated individual; modify. Amends sec. 520a of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.520a).
Tags: Criminal Justice, Creepy   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Erika Geiss, Sylvia Santana, Dayna Polehanki, Stephanie Chang, Ed McBroom, Ruth Johnson, Sam Singh
Referred to Senate Civil Rights, Judiciary, and Public Safety Committee

Votes on this bill

05/03/23  Senate roll call vote #143 On passage: Passed 38 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/21/23  House roll call vote #201 On passage: Passed 105 – 4 (See how they voted)
07/11/23: Signed into law, PA 65 of 2023

SB 287: Allow doctors to invite you to donate your organs
Introduced April 25, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: anatomical gifts; certain private practice offices and urgent care clinics to provide information on the donor registry and donating bone marrow; allow.
Tags: Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Kevin Daley
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

06/27/23  Senate roll call vote #407 On passage: Passed 36 – 0 (See how they voted)


SB 351: Expand breastfeeding antidiscrimination act to cover squirting
Introduced May 23, 2023
Official text and analysis

Civil rights: other; public breastfeeding antidiscrimination act; expand to protect public expression of human milk.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy   
Sponsor: Jeff Irwin
Cosponsors: Erika Geiss, Mary Cavanagh, Joe Bellino, Rosemary Bayer, Stephanie Chang, Mallory McMorrow, Sylvia Santana, Sue Shink, Sara Anthony
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

10/18/23  Senate roll call vote #545 Republican amendment to correct gender-fluid language: Failed 18 – 20 (See how they voted)
10/18/23  Senate roll call vote #546 On passage: Passed 26 – 12 (See how they voted)


SB 482: Allow medical waste to remain on premises for longer if the container isn't full
Introduced September 12, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: medical waste; containment of medical waste; modify.
Tags: Environment, Creepy   
Sponsor: Kristen McDonald Rivet
Cosponsors: none
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

Votes on this bill

11/09/23  Senate roll call vote #716 On passage: Passed 37 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/25/24  House roll call vote #212 On passage: Passed 110 – 0 (See how they voted)
06/26/24  Senate roll call vote #327 Concur with House: Passed 38 – 0 (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

SB 678: Prohibit restriction of health insurance coverage for those seeking assisted suicide
Introduced November 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Insurance: health insurers; invoking suicide clauses in insurance policies; prohibit if in compliance with death with dignity act.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Health, Insurance   
Sponsor: Sam Singh
Cosponsors: Mary Cavanagh, Kevin Hertel, Veronica Klinefelt, Jeremy Moss, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dayna Polehanki, Sean McCann, Jeff Irwin, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

SB 679: Impose 20-year felony crimes of coercing assisted suicide
Introduced November 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Criminal procedure: sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for crimes involving physician-assisted suicide; revise.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Kevin Hertel
Cosponsors: Mary Cavanagh, Veronica Klinefelt, Sam Singh, Jeremy Moss, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dayna Polehanki, Sean McCann, Jeff Irwin, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

SB 680: Restrict investigations on assisted suicides
Introduced November 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: occupations; licensing sanctions for compliance with death with dignity act; prohibit under certain circumstances.
Tags: Civil Liberties, Leftism, Creepy, Health, Transparency   
Sponsor: Veronica Klinefelt
Cosponsors: Mary Cavanagh, Kevin Hertel, Sam Singh, Jeremy Moss, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dayna Polehanki, Sean McCann, Jeff Irwin, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

SB 681: Legalize assisted suicide
Introduced November 9, 2023
Official text and analysis

Health: death; physician-assisted suicide; allow under certain circumstances.
Tags: Leftism, Creepy, Health   
Sponsor: Mary Cavanagh
Cosponsors: Kevin Hertel, Veronica Klinefelt, Sam Singh, Jeremy Moss, Erika Geiss, Stephanie Chang, Dayna Polehanki, Sean McCann, Jeff Irwin, Rosemary Bayer, Paul Wojno
Referred to Senate Health Policy Committee

SB 741: Mandate libraries in schools and allow them "academic freedom" in selection of materials (child pornography, trans propaganda, etc)
Introduced March 6, 2024
Official text and analysis

Education: school districts; school library and participation in interlibrary loan system; require in all public schools.
Tags: Education, Leftism, Creepy, Children   
Sponsor: Darrin Camilleri
Cosponsors: Rosemary Bayer, Dayna Polehanki, Erika Geiss
Referred to Senate Education Committee




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