Public Acts 2013-2014

 

 

Public Acts 2013-2014

Bills signed into law during the most recent Legislative Session.

 

PA 1 (2013) - Formerly SB 44 (Sen. R. Jones)

An act requiring sex offender registration; removing certain exceptions, prescribing powers of departments, and prescribing fees, penalties and sanctions. 

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR 3/12/2013

Effective: June 1, 2013

Position: support

Link to Legislation

 

PA 32 (2013)– Formerly HB 4054 (Rep. Heise)  

Modifies the definition of eligible domestic relations order, amending a section of law that pertains to pension rights in public retirement systems.

Signed by the Governor 5/14/2013

Effective: May 16, 2013

Position: neutral

Link to Legislation 

 

PA 149 (2013) - Formerly SB 221 (Sen. R. Jones)

Amends the Sex Offenders Registration Act (1994 PA 295) to require a person registered under the act to pay an annual, rather than a one-time, $50 registration fee.

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR 11/5/2013

Effective: April 4, 2014

Position: support

Link to Legislation

 

PA 129 (2014) formerly HB 5136 (Rep Lori)

Creates a uniform mental health release form.

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR 5/22/2014

Effective May 22, 2014

MCEDSV Position: Support

MCEDSV worked for amendments to protect survivor confidentiality and address domestic violence and sexual assault program VAWA requirements. As passed, bill addressed most MCEDSV substantive concerns. MCEDSV will actively participate in and follow implementation. 

Link to Legislation

PA 227 (2014) formerly HB 5445 (Rep Walsh)

Creates sexual assault kit evidence submission act

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR 6/26/2014

Effective: 91st day after final adjournment of 2014 Regular Session

MCEDSV position: Support

MCEDSV has been working with statewide partners for the creation and passage of this bill, which addresses the rights of sexual assault victims and establishes clear expectations and greater accountability on behalf of survivors.

Link to Legislation 

 

PA 394 (2014) formerly HB 4118 (Rep Farrington)

Allows the department to establish a suspicion-based substance abuse screening and testing program, and include it in eligibility criteria for family independence assistance program benefits.

SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR 12/24/2014

MCEDSV Position: Opposed

Link to Legislation

 

 

 

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