|Look Up A Bill|
Terms in the Michigan Legislature are limited. This means that almost every two years, bills that were introduced and not passed into law get dumped and new bills get introduced, starting with SB 1 and HB 1001, etc. SB stands for Senate Bill and HB stands for House Bill. The House is on two-year terms, and the Senate is on four-year terms. This means House bills get dumped every two years, and Senate bills get dumped every four years. It is sometimes helpful to look up a specific bill so you can read the exact language and how it might impact you, your employees and the industry.
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