Michigan Daybook

Associated Press Michigan Daybook for Tuesday, Apr. 30.

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 9:00 AM Michigan House Judiciary Committee meeting – Michigan House Judiciary Committee meeting, with agenda including consideration of legislation including ‘HB 4045 – Criminal procedure; other; authority of counties to offer reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction; increase maximum reward’, ‘HB 4370 – Health; medical records; provision for the protection, retention, and maintenance of medical records referencing a vaginal or anal penetration treatment for 15 years by a health professional and health facility or agency; implement, and require certain boards to provide guidance to licensees on medical services involving vaginal or anal penetration’, ‘HB 4371 – Criminal procedure; sentencing guidelines; sentencing guidelines for the crime of intentionally failing to document certain services in a medical record and performing certain medical treatments on a minor without consent and another individual present; enact’,

Location: Anderson House Office Building, 124 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://house.michigan.gov/MHRPublic/CommitteeInfo.aspx?comkey=509

Contacts: Melissa Weipert , Committee Clerk Office , mweipert@house.mi.gov, 1 517 373 5176

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 9:00 AM Michigan House Education Committee meeting – Michigan House Education Committee meeting, with agenda including consideration of ‘HB 4269 – Education; curriculum; 21st century skills credit requirements for high school diploma; provide for’, ‘HB 4270 – Education; curriculum; certain requirements for high school diploma; modify’, ‘HB 4271 – Education; curriculum; mathematics requirement for Michigan merit curriculum; revise’, ‘HB 4282 – Education; curriculum; occupational safety and health administration (MIOSHA) training; allow as alternative to health credit requirement for high school diploma under certain circumstances’

Location: Anderson House Office Building, 124 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://house.michigan.gov/MHRPublic/CommitteeInfo.aspx?comkey=499

Contacts: Taylor Thrush, tthrush@house.mi.gov, 1 517 373 7256

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Apr. 30 9:40 AM Michigan Gov. Whitmer’s public schedule – Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer speaks at Michigan State Council of Junior Leagues Capitol Day, with Supreme Court Justice Bridget McCormack and state Rep. Sarah Anthony, Anderson House Office Bldg, 124 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing (9:40 AM EDT); and attends Ann Arbor SPARs annual meeting to discuss her FY 2020 budget and how they will ‘work together to grow Michigan’s economy’, Ann Arbor SPARK, 900 Oakwood St, Ypsilanti (12:00 PM EDT)

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

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

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Apr. 30 10:00 AM Wayne County officials discuss improvement projects for 2019 construction season – Wayne County Department of Public Services-Roads and Engineering Divisions hold media availability to discuss the 2019 planned construction and maintenance projects, with Wayne County Executive Warren Evans, Department of Public Service Director Beverly Watts and Division Director of Engineering Michael VanAntwerp

Location: Wayne County Equipment Division, 29900 Goddard Rd, Detroit, MI

Weblinks: http://www.waynecounty.com/

Contacts: Whitney Lewis, Wayne County, Wlewis1@waynecounty.com, 1 313 354 4556

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 10:30 AM Michigan House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee meeting – Michigan House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee meeting, with agenda including presentations from the Michigan Department of Transportation, the Michigan County Road Association and the Michigan Municipal League and consideration of ‘HB 4181 – Traffic control; violations; penalties for operating a vehicle while sending or receiving a message on an electronic wireless device; enhance’, ‘HB 4198 – Traffic control; violations; prohibition of electronic communication while operating a motor vehicle; expand, and prohibit use of a cellular telephone by a minor while operating a motor vehicle’, and ‘HB 4199 – Traffic control; violations; Traffic control; violations; Traffic control; violations; penalties for operating a vehicle while sending. receiving, or reading a message on a wireless device; increase’

Location: Anderson House Office Building, 124 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://house.michigan.gov/MHRPublic/CommitteeInfo.aspx?comkey=522

Contacts: Dakota Soda, Committee Clerk, dsoda@house.mi.gov, 1 517 373 0350

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 12:00 PM Michigan House Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee meeting – Michigan House Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee meeting, with agenda including ‘HB 4389 – Environmental protection; hazardous products; firefighting foam containing PFAS; require reports on use of and require department of environmental quality to accept for disposal’, ‘HB 4390 – Law enforcement; fire personnel; use of firefighting foam containing certain substances; prohibit in firefighter training, and require certain training on use’, and ‘HB 4391 – Labor; health and safety; firefighting foam concentrate containing PFAS; require promulgation of rules regarding firefighters’ use of’

Location: Anderson House Office Building, 124 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://house.michigan.gov/MHRPublic/CommitteeInfo.aspx?comkey=515

Contacts: Amy Rostkowycz, Michigan House Committee Clerk, arostkowycz@house.mi.gov, 1 517 373 1260

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 12:00 PM Michigan House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee meeting – Michigan House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee meeting, with agenda including consideration of ‘HB 4331 -Weapons; firearms; transportation of firearm in off-road vehicle; allow under certain circumstances’, ‘HB 4434 – Weapons; licensing; penalty for failure to comply with certain licensing requirements; modify’

Location: Anderson House Office Building, 124 N Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://house.michigan.gov/MHRPublic/CommitteeInfo.aspx?comkey=514

Contacts: Matt Carnagie, Michigan House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee, mcarnagie@house.mi.gov, 1 517 373 2115

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Apr. 30 2:00 PM Michigan Senate Appropriations Committee meeting – Michigan Senate Appropriations Committee meeting, with agenda including consideration of ‘SB 133 – Appropriations; zero budget; department of agriculture and rural development; provide for fiscal year 2019-2020’, ‘SB 139 – Appropriations; zero budget; department of health and human services; provide for fiscal year 2019-2020’, ‘SB 141 – Appropriations; zero budget; department of insurance and financial services; provide for fiscal year 2019-2020, ‘SB 143 – Appropriations; zero budget; department of licensing and regulatory affairs; provide for fiscal year 2019-2020’, and ‘SB 148 – Appropriations; zero budget; department of talent and economic development; provide for fiscal year 2019-2020’

Location: Michigan State Capitol, 100 S Capitol Ave, Lansing, MI

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

Contacts: Scott Jones, Committee Clerk Office , 1 517 373 5307

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Apr. 30 2:00 PM ACLU and MIRC attorneys press conference on civil rights complaints – American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan and Michigan Immigrant Rights Center attorneys press conference regarding complaints that will be filed with the Michigan Department of Civil Rights on the alleged ‘discriminatory practices of the Grand Rapids Police Department’

Location: American Civil Liberties Union, 1514 Wealthy St SE, Grand Rapids, MI

Weblinks: http://www.aclumich.org, https://twitter.com/ACLUofMichigan

Contacts: Ann Mullen, ACLU Michigan, amullen@aclumich.org, 1 313 400 8562

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Apr. 30 2:00 PM DRACO demand ‘consequences’ for officer involved in assault – Detroit Residents Advancing Civilian Oversight news conference, discussing the treatment of an unnamed woman by Corporal Dewayne Jones, on the eve of his sentencing * Jones was convicted of misdemeanor assault on 20 Mar; activists believe ‘he must serve time’ for his ‘violent crime’, and are ‘disturbed by the fact that he remains a police officer in spite of the conviction’

Location: 36th District Court, 421 Madison St, Detroit, MI

Weblinks: https://draco.life/

Contacts: Scotty Boman, D.R.A.C.O., scottyboman@hotmail.com, 1 313 247 2052

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NEW EVENT: Tuesday, Apr. 30 2:30 PM Bipartisan, bicameral Members of Congress discuss bill ‘to hold universities accountable for sexual abuse’ – Bipartisan Sens. Gary Peters, John Cornyn, and Debbie Stabenow and Reps. Elissa Slotkin, Fred Upton, and Paul Mitchell call on Congress to pass the Accountability of Leaders in Education to Report Title IX Investigations (ALERT) Act – their legislation to ‘hold universities that receive federal funding accountable for sexual abuse cases that threaten the safety of their students’ – via press conference with AAUW Senior Vice President for Public Policy & Research Deborah Vagins * Bill would require federally-funded colleges and universities to submit an annual certification to the secretary of education affirming that at least one senior official has reviewed all sexual abuse investigations involving an employee reported that year * Sen. Peters led introduction of the ALERT Act into the Senate, while Rep. Slotkin is leading introduction of the House of Representatives companion bill today

Location: Rm 342, Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.peters.senate.gov/, https://twitter.com/SenGaryPeters

Contacts: Office of Sen. Gary Peters media, Media@peters.senate.gov

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 6:30 PM National Arab American Heritage Month commemoration – National Arab American Heritage Month commemoration, hosted by Arab America, with attendees including Democrats Sen. Debbie Stabenow, and Reps. Rashida Tlaib, Debbie Dingell, Sheila Jackson Lee, Judy Chu, Mary Gay Scanlon, Deb Haaland, Andre Carson, and Yvette Clarke

Location: WeWork, 777 6th St NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://www.arabamerica.com, https://twitter.com/Arab_America

Contacts: Arab America, info@arabamerica.com

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 American Mothers 84th National Convention concludes – American Mothers 84th National Convention concludes, with agenda today including address from Democratic Rep. Brenda Lawrence and Republican Rep. Debbie Lesko at the ‘Eggs & Issues Breakfast’, on bipartisan work of the Congressional Caucus on Women’s Issues and their ‘combined efforts to create a better quality of life for women in the U.S.’, before the naming of the National Mother of the Year at the Golden Rule Gala

Location: Mayflower Hotel, 1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC

Weblinks: https://americanmothers.org/

Contacts: Rebecca Latham, American Mothers, Rebecca@americanmothers.org, 1 575 779 2599

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 Taubman Centers: Q1 2019 Results

Weblinks: http://investors.taubman.com/investors/investor-events-and-presentations/default.aspx

Contacts: Ryan Hurren, Taubman Centers Investor Relations, rhurren@taubman.com, 1 248 258 7232

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Tuesday, Apr. 30 Stryker Corp: Q1 2019 Dividend payment date

Weblinks: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=118965&p=irol-homeprofile

Contacts: Katherine Owen, Stryker Corp Investor Relations, katherine.owen@stryker.com, 1 269 385 2600

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UPDATED EVENT: Wednesday, May. 01 9:30 AM House Dems at press briefing on Real Education for Healthy Youth Act and Youth Access to Sexual Health Services Act – Press briefing on the Real Education for Healthy Youth Act and the Youth Access to Sexual Health Services Act, featuring Democratic Reps. Barbara Lee, Alma Adams, Elijah Cummings, Brenda Lawrence and Pramila Jayapal, Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Dr Leana Wen, Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) President and CEO Christine Soyong Harley, Advocates for Youth President Debra Hauser, and Power to Decide Director of Public Policy Rachel Fey

Location: Rm 2247, Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC

Weblinks: http://powertodecide.org, https://twitter.com/powertodecide

Contacts: Julian Teixeira, Power to Decide, jteixeira@powertodecide.org, 1 202 478 8564

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Wednesday, May. 01 Ray Parker Jr celebrates 65th birthday – 65th birthday of Ray Parker Jr, American musician best known for writing and performing the theme song to the 1984 movie ‘Ghostbusters’

Weblinks: , https://twitter.com/rayparkerjr

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Wednesday, May. 01 10:00 AM Taubman Centers: Q1 2019 Earning conference call / Webcast

Weblinks: http://investors.taubman.com/investors/investor-events-and-presentations/default.aspx

Contacts: Ryan Hurren, Taubman Centers Investor Relations, rhurren@taubman.com, 1 248 258 7232

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Wednesday, May. 01 2:00 PM / Webcast

Location: Radisson Plaza Hotel at Kalamazoo Center, 100 W Michigan Ave, Kalamazoo, MI

Weblinks: http://phx.corporate-ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=118965&p=irol-homeprofile

Contacts: Katherine Owen, Stryker Corp Investor Relations, katherine.owen@stryker.com, 1 269 385 2600

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Thursday, May. 02 6:00 PM Lansing Committee of the Whole – Neighborhood Budget meeting

Location: Foster Community Center, 200 N Foster Ave, Lansing, MI

Weblinks: http://www.lansingmi.gov/, https://twitter.com/lansingmichigan

Contacts: Sherrie Boak, City Council Office, 1 517 483 7683

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Thursday, May. 02 – Friday, May. 03 Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling Annual Conference

Location: FireKeepers Casino Hotel, 11177 E Michigan Ave, Battle Creek, MI

Weblinks: http://www.macac.org/

Contacts: Zay Reynolds, Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling, admin@macac.org, 1 517 455 7533

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Thursday, May. 02 Kellogg’s Q1 2019 earnings – Kellogg Company Q1 2019 earnings, for the food manufacturing multinational with brands including Corn Flakes, Pop-Tarts, Rice Krispies, Pringles, and Nutri-Grain

Weblinks: http://www.kelloggcompany.com/, https://twitter.com/KelloggCompany

Contacts: Kellogg press, media.hotline@kellogg.com, 1 269 961 3799

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Thursday, May. 02 9:00 AM Dow Inc: Q1 2019 Earning conference call / Webcast

Weblinks: https://investors.dow.com/en/events-and-presentations/default.aspx, https://twitter.com/DowChemical

Contacts: Neal Sheorey, Dow Inc Investor Relations, nrsheorey@dow.com, 1 989 636 6347

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Thursday, May. 02 9:30 AM Kellogg Co: Q1 2019 Earning conference call / Webcast

Weblinks: http://investor.kelloggs.com/, https://twitter.com/KelloggCompany

Contacts: John Renwick, Kellogg investor relations, John.Renwick@Kellogg.com, 1 269 961 2800

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Thursday, May. 02 Kellogg Co: Q1 2019 Results

Weblinks: http://investor.kelloggs.com/, https://twitter.com/KelloggCompany

Contacts: John Renwick, Kellogg investor relations, John.Renwick@Kellogg.com, 1 269 961 2800

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Thursday, May. 02 CMS Energy: Q2 2019 Ex-dividend date

Weblinks: http://www.cmsenergy.com/investor-relations/events-and-presentations/default.aspx

Contacts: Travis Uphaus, CMS Energy Investor Relations, travis.uphaus@cmsenergy.com, 1 517 768 3114