The Michigan Legislature Has Returned – Here Are Some Bills You May Have Missed
The state Legislature returned last week to open its 100th session.
The state House kicked off by making civil asset forfeiture the subject of its first bills introduced – that’s usually a signal the legislation is a top priority. The bills would require a person be convicted of a crime before police can take their property involved in the crime – up to a certain amount.
The chamber is also considering legislation to lower the age of people allowed to sell or serve alcohol.
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