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Senate Bill 0325 (2013) rss
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Rick Jones - (primary)Steven Bieda, John Proos
Categories Children, abduction; Children, protection; Civil procedure, injunctions; Civil procedure, remedies; Family law, child custody; Family law, parenting time; Law, uniform or model acts
Children; abduction; uniform child abduction prevention act; create. Creates new act.
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History(House actions in lowercase, Senate actions in UPPERCASE)
Date Journal Action
4/18/2013 SJ 34 Pg. 431 INTRODUCED BY SENATOR RICK JONES
4/18/2013 SJ 34 Pg. 431 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY
6/12/2013 SJ 56 Pg. 1156 REPORTED FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT
6/12/2013 SJ 56 Pg. 1156 COMMITTEE RECOMMENDED IMMEDIATE EFFECT
6/12/2013 SJ 56 Pg. 1156 REFERRED TO COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
9/10/2013 SJ 67 Pg. 1343 REPORTED BY COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE FAVORABLY WITHOUT AMENDMENT(S)
9/10/2013 SJ 67 Pg. 1343 PLACED ON ORDER OF THIRD READING
9/11/2013 SJ 68 Pg. 1350 PASSED ROLL CALL # 342 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
9/11/2013 SJ 68 Pg. 1350 VOTE RECONSIDERED
9/11/2013 SJ 68 Pg. 1350 PASSED ROLL CALL # 343 YEAS 37 NAYS 0 EXCUSED 1 NOT VOTING 0
9/11/2013 HJ 72 Pg. 1395 received on 09/11/2013
9/12/2013 HJ 73 Pg. 1421 read a first time
9/12/2013 HJ 73 Pg. 1421 referred to Committee on Criminal Justice
And who is selling them out? Rick Jones
Serving Michigan’s 24th State Senate District
Allegan, Barry, and Eaton Counties
Meet Senator Jones
Michigan State Senator Rick Jones
State Senator Rick Jones was elected to the Michigan Senate in November 2010 to represent the residents of the 24th District.
Jones received a Bachelors Degree from Michigan State University and Executive Leadership Training from Central Michigan University. He received further training from the F.B.I. (Executive Leadership Training), the U.S. Department of Treasury (Crisis Management Training), and the U.S. Department of Justice (Correctional Leadership Training).
Rick Jones was elected by his new Senate colleagues as Majority Caucus Chair. He will serve as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, vice-chair of both the Senates Regulatory Reform and Redistricting committees, and as a member of the Senate Energy & Technology Committee and the Senate Health Policy Committee.
Jones began service in the Legislature after being elected in 2004 to the Michigan House of Representatives in 2004 representing residents of Eaton County in the 71st District. He was reelected in 2006 and 2008. While in the House, Jones served on the Houses Judiciary and Regulatory Reform committees and as minority vice-chair of the House Military and Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee.
Prior to his election to the House, Jones worked 33 years in law enforcement, serving more than 30 years with the Eaton County Sheriff Department. He started as a deputy and worked his way up through the ranks as sergeant, lieutenant, and captain before being elected sheriff in 2000.
COMMUNITY SERVICE AND AFFILIATIONS
Jones sits on the Eaton Community Hospice Board, the Durand Union Station Railroad Board and the Michigan Special Olympics Board. He delivered Meals-On-Wheels to shut-ins for 10 years, and volunteers with Area 8 Special Olympics. He is a 20-gallon donor with the Red Cross and a fundraising-events volunteer for Woldumar Nature Center. Jones was a construction volunteer for the Imagination Station and Playground of Dreams, community playgrounds in Potterville and Eaton Rapids.
He is a member of Grand Ledge Rotary, American Legion S.A.L Post 42, and Eaton County Farm Bureau. Jones has also been an active participant in charity events: Crop Walk, Relay for Life, and Walk for Warmth.
Rick Jones has been awarded the Service to Children Award from the Eaton County Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Council, the Very Involved Person Award from the Greater Lansing 100 Club for volunteer work, as well as appreciation awards from the Dimondale Lions, the Olivet Rotary, and the American Legion. He received the Charlotte Community Excellence Award for volunteer work from the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce and was awarded Eaton County Sheriffs Award for Bravery.