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Michigan residents with past criminal convictions could soon have more ways to clear their records or automatically get their records expunged after a period of time for certain offenses.

“Clean Slate” legislation designed to simplify and expand expungement options for people who have gone several years without committing another offense passed the Michigan Senate with wide bipartisan support Wednesday. The main bills in the package passed the House last November and will be returned to the House for final approval of Senate changes – then goes to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for consideration.

…. It goes back to the house then to Governor Whitmer to think about

Gay-Dagnogo on Good Moral Character Reform Package

LANSING, Mich., Sept. 10, 2020 —Today, the House passed the bipartisan ‘Good Moral Character’ reform package, which would collectively remove barriers for individuals with past criminal convictions when seeking professional certifications. State Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo (D-Detroit), sponsor of House Bill 4492 in the package to update the Michigan Occupational Code, released the following statement in response:

“I am pleased that my colleagues in the House were willing to give thousands of Michiganders a second chance at life. Making mistakes is a part of the human experience, we all do it. And we all deserve a chance to positively move forward and build a successful future. This bill package creates an opportunity for them to do that. As we continue to navigate through this pandemic and imagine what things will be like on the other side, we must do everything we can to ensure those who are willing and able to serve their communities don’t have unreasonable barriers in their way.”September 10, 2020

Watch It – House Session September 24 @ 12:00 pm

House Bill 4985 (2019)

Sponsors
Sherry Gay-Dagnogo (district 8)
Michael WebberYousef RabhiJoseph BellinoGraham FillerJason WentworthJack O’MalleyTerry SaboEric LeutheuserKevin HertelCynthia JohnsonKevin ColemanTenisha YanceyKaren WhitsettRonnie PetersonBrenda CarterJohn CherryMari ManoogianWilliam SowerbyAlex GarzaLarry InmanPauline WendzelTyrone CarterMatt KoleszarJason SheppardDouglas WozniakKyra Harris BoldenBronna KahleDaire RendonLaTanya GarrettJoseph TateSara CambensyKathy CrawfordRobert WittenbergJewell JonesBradley SlaghSarah AnthonyDarrin CamilleriVanessa GuerraLuke MeermanPadma KuppaJulie BrixieRachel HoodJim LillyLaurie PohutskyJohn ReillyIsaac RobinsonRyan Berman
(click name to see bills sponsored by that person)

Categories Criminal procedure: recordsCriminal procedure: expunction;

Criminal procedure: records; expungement of multiple felonies arising out of the same criminal transaction; allow under certain circumstances. Amends sec. 1 of 1965 PA 213 (MCL 780.621). TIE BAR WITH: HB 5120’19HB 4983’19HB 4982’19HB 4984’19HB 4981’19HB 4980’19

Bill Documents Bill Document Formatting Information[x]
The following bill formatting applies to the 2019-2020 session:
– New language in an amendatory bill will be shown in BOLD AND UPPERCASE.
– Language to be removed will be stricken.
– Amendments made by the House will be blue with square brackets, such as: [House amended text].
– Amendments made by the Senate will be red with double greater/lesser than symbols, such as: <<Senate amended text>>.(gray icons indicate that the action did not occur or that the document is not available) Documents

 PDFHouse Introduced Bill
Introduced bills appear as they were introduced and reflect no subsequent amendments or changes.
 PDFAs Passed by the House
As Passed by the House is the bill, as introduced, that includes any adopted House amendments.
 PDFAs Passed by the Senate
As Passed by the Senate is the bill, as received from the House, that includes any adopted Senate amendments.
 PDFHouse Enrolled Bill
Enrolled bill is the version passed in identical form by both houses of the Legislature.

Bill AnalysisHouse Fiscal Agency Analysis

 PDFRevised Summary As Introduced (10/1/2019)
This document analyzes: HB4980HB4981HB4982HB4983HB4984HB4985
 PDFSummary as Reported From Committee (11/5/2019)
This document analyzes: HB4980HB4981HB4982HB4983HB4984HB4985HB5120

Senate Fiscal Analysis

 PDFSUMMARY OF HOUSE-PASSED BILL IN COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 6-10-20)
This document analyzes: HB4980HB4981HB4982HB4983HB4984HB4985HB5120
 PDFSUMMARY OF BILL REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 7-15-20)
This document analyzes: HB4980HB4981HB4982HB4983HB4984HB4985HB5120

History (House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)

Date sortasc.pngJournalAction
9/17/2019HJ 86 Pg. 1202introduced by Representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
9/17/2019HJ 86 Pg. 1202read a first time
9/17/2019HJ 86 Pg. 1202referred to Committee on Judiciary
9/18/2019HJ 87 Pg. 1218bill electronically reproduced 09/18/2019
10/29/2019HJ 102 Pg. 1835reported with recommendation with substitute (H-1)
10/29/2019HJ 102 Pg. 1835referred to second reading
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1885read a second time
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1885substitute (H-1) adopted
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1885placed on third reading
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1885placed on immediate passage
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1894read a third time
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1894passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 310 Yeas 98 Nays 10 Excused 0 Not Voting 2
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1895title amended
11/5/2019HJ 105 Pg. 1895transmitted
11/7/2019SJ 107 Pg. 1621REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY
7/22/2020SJ 59 Pg. 1235REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-2)
7/22/2020SJ 59 Pg. 1235COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
7/22/2020SJ 59 Pg. 1235REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-2)
9/23/2020Expected in
SJ 73
REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-2)
9/23/2020Expected in
SJ 73
SUBSTITUTE (S-2) CONCURRED IN
9/23/2020Expected in
SJ 73
PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE (S-2)
9/23/2020Expected in
SJ 73
RULES SUSPENDED
9/23/2020Expected in
SJ 73
PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE
9/23/2020Expected in
SJ 73
PASSED; GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT ROLL CALL # 337 YEAS 33 NAYS 4 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
9/24/2020Expected in
HJ 75
returned from Senate with substitute (S-2) with immediate effect
9/24/2020Expected in
HJ 75
laid over one day under the rules

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