SB 748

  • Michigan Senate Bill
  • 2017-2018 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Senate Jan 11, 2018
  • Passed Senate Jan 17, 2018
  • Passed House Feb 14, 2018
  • Governor

Individual income tax; exemptions; treatment of certain deductions and exemptions for state purposes after reduction of federal exemptions to zero; clarify and increase. Amends secs. 8, 12, 30, 30a, 52, 512 & 607 of 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.8 et seq.) & repeals secs. 30e & 30f of 1967 PA 281 (MCL 206.30e & 206.30f).

Bill Sponsors (33)

Jack Brandenburg

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

8

Cosponsor

Tonya Schuitmaker

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Rick Jones

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Judy Emmons

Cosponsor

Kenneth Horn

Cosponsor

David Robertson

Cosponsor

Dale Zorn

  • Republican
  • upper
  • 17
Cosponsor

Tory Rocca

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Goeff Hansen

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Margaret O'Brien

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Marty Knollenberg

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Wayne Schmidt

Cosponsor

Jim Ananich

  • Democratic
  • upper
  • 27
Cosponsor

Steven Bieda

Cosponsor

Darwin Booher

Cosponsor

Tom Casperson

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Patrick Colbeck

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Vincent Gregory

  • Democratic
  • None
Cosponsor

Curtis Hertel

Cosponsor

Dave Hildenbrand

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Hoon-Yung Hopgood

  • Democratic
  • None
Cosponsor

Joe Hune

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

David Knezek

Cosponsor

Mike Kowall

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Peter MacGregor

  • Republican
  • upper
  • 28
Cosponsor

James Marleau

Cosponsor

Arlan Meekhof

Cosponsor

Mike Nofs

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Phillip Pavlov

Cosponsor

John Proos

  • Republican
  • None
Cosponsor

Mike Shirkey

  • Republican
  • upper
  • 16
Cosponsor

Jim Stamas

  • Republican
  • upper
  • 36
Cosponsor

Recent Votes


Actions


Mar 06, 2018

Senate

APPROVED BY GOVERNOR 2/28/2018 @ 3:57 PM

Senate

FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE 2/28/2018 @ 4:24 PM

Senate

ASSIGNED PA 0038'18 WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Feb 21, 2018

Senate

PRESENTED TO GOVERNOR 2/20/2018 @ 3:29 PM

Feb 14, 2018

House

read a second time

House

substitute H-1 adopted

House

placed on third reading

House

placed on immediate passage

House

read a third time

House

passed; given immediate effect Roll Call # 70 Yeas 107 Nays 2

House

inserted full title

House

returned to Senate

Senate

AMENDMENT(S) DEFEATED

Senate

HOUSE SUBSTITUTE H-1 CONCURRED IN

Senate

ROLL CALL # 88 YEAS 36 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 2 NOT VOTING 0

Senate

GIVEN IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Senate

FULL TITLE AGREED TO

Senate

ORDERED ENROLLED

Jan 31, 2018

House

reported with recommendation without amendment

House

referred to second reading

Jan 17, 2018

Senate

REPORTED FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1

Senate

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Senate

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE WITH SUBSTITUTE S-1

Senate

REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2 AND AMENDMENT(S)

Senate

SUBSTITUTE S-2 AS AMENDED CONCURRED IN

Senate

PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING WITH SUBSTITUTE S-2 AS AMENDED

Senate

RULES SUSPENDED

Senate

PLACED ON IMMEDIATE PASSAGE

Senate

AMENDMENT(S) DEFEATED

Senate

PASSED ROLL CALL # 7 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0

House

received on 01/17/2018

House

read a first time

House

referred to Committee on Tax Policy

Jan 11, 2018

Senate

INTRODUCED BY SENATOR JACK BRANDENBURG

Senate

REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON FINANCE

Bill Text

Bill Text Versions Format
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Senate Concurred Bill HTML
As Passed by the House HTML
As Passed by the Senate HTML
Senate Introduced Bill HTML

Related Documents

Document Format
ANALYSIS AS ENACTED (Date Completed: 3-1-18)
ANALYSIS AS PASSED BY THE SENATE (Date Completed: 2-8-18)
SUMMARY OF BILL REPORTED FROM COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 1-17-18)
SUMMARY OF SUBSTITUTE BILL IN COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 1-16-18)
SUMMARY OF INTRODUCED BILL IN COMMITTEE (Date Completed: 1-16-18)
Summary of H-1 Substitute/Enacted Version (2/14/2018)
Summary as Passed By The Senate (1/30/2018)

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