Michigan Daybook

Associated Press Michigan Daybook for Wednesday, Nov. 13.

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Wednesday, Nov. 13 9:30 AM C2ES release ‘Getting to Zero: A U.S. Climate Agenda’ with bipartisan Reps. Ted Deutch and Fred Upton – ‘Getting to Zero: A U.S. Climate Agenda’ released by the Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, outlining the policies needed over the coming decade to put the U.S. on the path to carbon neutrality by 2050. Speakers include Democratic Rep. Ted Deutch; Republican Rep. Fred Upton; Exelon Generation President and CEO Kenneth Cornew; C2ES Strategic Initiatives Managing Director Brad Townsend; Mars, Inc, Sustainability Senior Manager for Climate and Land Ashley Allen; Dow Chemical Energy Manager of Climate Change, Renewables and Regulatory Gloriamar Gamez; Intel Corporation Environment, Energy, and Sustainability Policy Global Director Stephen Harper; Entergy Corporation Sustainability Director Rick Johnson; and LafargeHolcim Environment, Land and Government Affairs Vice President Michael LeMonds

Location: Capitol View Conference Center, 101 Constitution Ave NQ, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.c2es.org, https://twitter.com/C2ES_org

Contacts: Alec Gerlach, C2ES communications, GerlachA@c2es.org, 1 703 516 4146

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Wednesday, Nov. 13 10:30 AM Michigan Senate Finance Committee meeting – Michigan Senate Finance Committee meeting, with agenda including consideration of ‘HB 4540 – Sales tax; other; nexus of marketplace facilitators; clarify’, ‘HB 4541 – Use tax; other; nexus of marketplace facilitators; clarify’, ‘HB 4542 – Sales tax; collections; out-of-state retailers; require to remit sales tax’, ‘HB 4543 – Use tax; collections; out-of-state retailers; require to remit use tax’, ‘SB 350 – Property tax; delinquent taxes; delinquent tax collections by villages; modify procedures’

Location: Binsfeld Office Building, 201 Townsend St, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://www.senate.michigan.gov/committee/finance.html

Contacts: Jackie Mosher, Michigan Senate Finance Committee Clerk, 1 517 373 5312

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NEW EVENT: Wednesday, Nov. 13 1:30 PM Michigan Gov. Whitmer hosts Overtime Rule Listening Session – Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer hosts Overtime Rule Listening Session, with state Reps. Darrin Camilleri, Mari Manoogian and Matt Koleszar, and LEO Director Jeff Donofrio

Location: Tony’s Coney Island, 19250 Huron River Dr, New Boston, MI

Weblinks: http://www.michigan.gov, https://twitter.com/migov

Contacts: Office of the Michigan Governor, BrownT56@michigan.gov

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Thursday, Nov. 14 9:00 AM National Action Network Legislative and Policy Conference – National Action Network Legislative and Policy Conference: ‘From Demonstration to Legislation’, with speakers including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and fellow Democrats Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Kirsten Gillibrand, Jeff Merkley, Mark Warner, Mazie Hirono, and Gary Peters and Reps. Al Green, Hakeem Jeffries, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley, Terri Sewell, Rashida Tlaib, Adrianno Espaillat, and Hank Johnson

Location: Rm 902, Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.nationalactionnetwork.net/, https://twitter.com/NationalAction

Contacts: NAN Washington, DC, dcbureau@nationalactionnetwork.net, 1 202 293 3232

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Thursday, Nov. 14 12:30 PM Dem Reps. speak at at CAP on how to build a 100% clean energy future – ‘How To Build a 100 Percent Clean Future’ Center for American Progress discussion, co-hosted with the Environmental Defense Fund, League of Conservation Voters, and Sierra Club, with Democratic Reps. Debbie Dingell, Joe Neguse and Paul Tonko discussing pathways the federal govt can take to build a 100% clean energy future. Other speakers include Nevada Conservation League Operations Director Barb Hartzell, EDF Regulatory Strategy Senior Director Pam Kiely, and National Audobon Society State Campaigns Manger Adam Maxwell

Location: Center For American Progress, 1333 H St NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.americanprogress.org, https://twitter.com/amprog

Contacts: Center for American Progress, events@americanprogress.org, 1 202 682 1611

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Thursday, Nov. 14 2:00 PM Dem Rep. Dan Kildee hosts ‘Using Data to Improve Children’s Prospects in America’s Cities and Towns’ briefing – Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee hosts briefing on ‘Creating Opportunity: Using Data to Improve Children’s Prospects in America’s Cities and Towns’, on the research of Harvard economist Raj Chetty, as part of his ‘The Future of America’s Cities and Towns’ initiative. National Academy of Sciences Executive Editor Stephen Mautner introduces the science behind research to improve outcomes for children, then Opportunity Insights Associate Director of Policy and Research Sarah Oppenheimer discusses ‘how data and research can improve policies for cities and towns’

Location: Rm 303, Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://dankildee.house.gov/, https://twitter.com/RepDanKildee

Contacts: Office of Rep. Dan Kildee, 1 202 225 3611

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Thursday, Nov. 14 Angels’ Place Annual Dinner, with keynote from musician Amy Grant

Location: The Henry, Autograph Collection, 300 Town Center Dr, Dearborn, MI

Weblinks: http://www.angelsplace.com

Contacts: Barbara Urbiel, Angels’ Place, info@angelsplace.com, 1 248 350 2203

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Thursday, Nov. 14 House Ethics Committee self-imposed deadline to announce update on Dem Rep. Rashida Tlaib – House Committee on Ethics due to announce its course of action on the matter regarding Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib – which was referred to the Committee by the Office of Congressional Ethics in August – on or before today * Matter was extended in September, although with the Committee noting that the extension ‘does not itself indicate that any violation has occurred, or reflect any judgment on behalf of the Committee’ * Reasons for investigations are generally kept secret

Weblinks: http://ethics.house.gov

Contacts: House Ethics Committee, 1 202 225 7103

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Thursday, Nov. 14 House Ethics Committee self-imposed deadline to announce update on GOP Rep. Bill Huizenga – House Committee on Ethics due to announce its course of action on the matter regarding Republican Rep. Bill Huizenga – which was referred to the Committee by the Office of Congressional Ethics in August – on or before today * Matter was extended in September, although with the Committee noting that the extension ‘does not itself indicate that any violation has occurred, or reflect any judgment on behalf of the Committee’ * Reasons for investigations are generally kept secret

Weblinks: http://ethics.house.gov

Contacts: House Ethics Committee, 1 202 225 7103

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Thursday, Nov. 14 Whirlpool Corp: Q4 2019 Ex-dividend date

Weblinks: http://investors.whirlpoolcorp.com/events.cfm, https://twitter.com/WhirlpoolCorp

Contacts: Larry Venturelli, Whirlpool investor relations, larry_m_venturelli@whirlpool.com, 1 269 923 3189

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Friday, Nov. 15 10:00 AM Michigan Gov. Whitmer speaks at CAP Action Fund – Center for American Progress Action Fund hosts ‘Progressive Change In the States: A Conversation with Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’, to discuss health care, public education, infrastructure, and the Trump administration’s ‘dangerous agenda is undermining families’ ability to get ahead’

Location: Center For American Progress Action Fund, 1333 H St NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.americanprogressaction.org, https://twitter.com/CAPaction

Contacts: CAPAF-Media, media@americanprogressaction.org, 1 202 682 1611

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Friday, Nov. 15 – Wednesday, Nov. 20 IAEM Annual Conference and EMEX Exhibit – International Association of Emergency Managers Annual Conference and EMEX Exhibit showcasing technologies, products and services

Location: Savannah International Trade, 1 International Dr, Savannah, GA

Weblinks: http://www.iaemconference.info, https://twitter.com/IAEM19

Contacts: Dawn Shiley, IAEM communications, shiley@iaem.com, 1 703 538 3542, 1 571 481 8657