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2021 Senate Bill 562: Grant “brownfield” subsidy to particular developer

Public Act 178 of 2022

Introduced by Sen. Roger Victory R-Hudsonville on June 23, 2021
To amend the definition of “brownfield” subsidies in a way that would make eligible a certain developer’s proposal as characterized in the bill.   Official Text and Analysis.
Referred to the Senate Economic and Small Business Development Committee on June 23, 2021
Reported in the Senate on October 19, 2021
With the recommendation that the bill pass.
Moved to reconsider by Sen. Dan Lauwers R-Brockway Township on October 27, 2021
He vote by which the bill was passed.
The motion passed by voice vote in the Senate on October 27, 2021
Received in the Senate on October 27, 2021
Received in the House on October 27, 2021
Referred to the House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee on October 27, 2021
Reported in the House on January 27, 2022
With the recommendation that the substitute (H-1) be adopted and that the bill then pass.
Amendment offered by Rep. Felicia Brabec D-Ann Arbor on June 30, 2022
To tie-bar passage of this bill to two non-binding House Resolutions, one asserting the House thinks the U.S. Supreme Court was right in 1965 when it deemed access to birth control measures a right, and the other asserting that the House supports access to contraception for all individuals.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on June 30, 2022
Amendment offered by Rep. Laurie Pohutsky D-Livonia on June 30, 2022
To tie-bar this bill to several others that would remove abortion restrictions from state statutes, meaning this bill cannot become law unless those ones do also (House Bills 4297, 5191 to 5193, 5289 and 5542).
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on June 30, 2022
Amendment offered by Rep. Yousef Rabhi D-Ann Arbor on June 30, 2022
To tie-bar passage of this bill to adoption by voters of the proposal in House Joint Resolution J, which would make language in the state constitution "gender neutral," so as to accommodate the proposal in in HJR G to repeal the state constitution’s recognition of marriage as only between one man and woman, which was adopted by voters in 2004.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on June 30, 2022
Received in the Senate on July 1, 2022
Signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on July 25, 2022

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