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MIACCA Legislative Updates & Bills

Revised Code of Conduct Proposed

Case No. U-18361

In the matter, on the Commission’s own motion, to promulgate rules 

MIACCA's Legislative Committee is currently at work for membership on these important issues::

  1. MIACCA package of 3 bills. Last Legislative Session MIACCA had HB5435-5437 introduced, then the Skilled Trades Regulation Act passed without our amendments; now we are trying to get the attached introduced.  .Sec. 737 of STA with HB5436 language.pdf Sec. 807 of STA with HB5437 language.pdf Sec. 1107 of STA with HB5435 language.pdf
  2. MPSC Code of Conduct.  See,4639,7-159-80741_80743-406276--,00.html
  3. Executive Order 2017-3 Sec 8.  See 
  4. Skilled Trades Regulation Act Administrative Rules 2017-009 LR, 2107-010 LR, and 2017-014 LR. Waiting on BCC. See:
  5. Adoption of the 2018 Michigan Residential Code. See:,4601,7-154-10575-449341--,00.html

State of Michigan LARA updates:

The Bureau of Construction Code has updated the Rule Promulgation Process.  To review the "Old vs New" process, Click Here

MIACCA Submits public comment on Code of Conduct rules change

An updated version of Code of Conduct rules was approved for all utilities and alternative electric suppliers (AESs) after comments from a public hearing were incorporated (Case No. U-18361). The new rules are intended to prevent cross-subsidization, preferential treatment, and information sharing between a utility’s regulated and unregulated services and programs. They also allow utilities to offer “value-added programs and services” to customers. The rules will be submitted to the Legislative Service Bureau and the Office of Regulatory Reinvention for their formal approvals.

View MIACCA's public comment

MIACCA asks Michigan Court of Appeals to apply the Michigan Residential Code (MRC) uniformly throughout the State.

On May 31, 2018, attorneys James Bruinsma and Kathleen Bruinsma of McShane & Bowie P.L.C., filed a great brief on behalf of MIACCA pointing out that the Single State Construction Code Act (SSCCA) requires that the MRC must be applied uniformly throughout the state and that local inspectors are not authorized to add or go beyond the code.  MIACCA’s brief also pointed out that SSCCA requires that both the local construction board of appeals and the Construction Code Commission must timely hear all appeals within 30 days, and that the Bureau of Construction Codes cannot delay an appeal with administrative procedures.



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