General Assembly 57th Session Legislation

Bill #Bill StatusTitleInternal StatusIntroducerSeconderDateMembers involved with implementationActions Taken Towards ImplementationUpcoming Action Steps/Recommendations
Bill 57-56CLOSEDAdjust the ASMSU Gift Card ProgramApprovedPolkBoling12.10.2020VPFO Polk, Asst. VPFO Biel, Rep. Agarwal, Rep. Trevino, BOM Nicole Gonzales, President Abii-TahThe program has effectively been updated as stipulated by the General Assembly
Bill 57-55OPENCall for MSU to reassess the recent 2 year requirementApprovedIturaldeKovach12.10.2020President Abii-Tah, VP Aiello, VP SitarI (President Abii-Tah) have invited Dr. Mark Largent and VP Vennie Gore to the first General Assembly meeting in January 2021. There they will get a chance to respond to our suggestions. VP. Sitar and I also met with Provost Woodruff to update her on students' reactions to the 2 year live on requirement. She told us that the policy will improve graduation rates and it will offer a community and resources especially to first year students who didn't get to spend this year on campus. Dr. mark Largent also sent us details which I shared with the General Assembly. The Provost said that she was will to hear our suggestions. That explains why Dr. largent and VP Gore will be coming in.
Bill 57-54CLOSEDApprove SAB MembersApprovedCatalanoTeagan12.10.2020General AssemblySAB members were approved as soon as the General Assembly voted for their approval
Bill 57-53CLOSEDSupport an ABTS Resolution for OER MaterialsApprovedIturaldeChahal12.10.2020ASMSU committee to the ABTS conferenceLegislation will be sponsored at the upcoming Winter Virtual ABTS Conference on January 30th 2021
Bill 57-52CLOSEDClarifying Bill 57-31ApprovedIturaldeGrondin12.10.2020General AssemblyThe bill was effectively clarified by the General Assembly's vote
Bill 57-51OPENAdvocate for Two Mental Health daysApprovedGrondinKovach12.10.2020VP Aiello, President Abii-TahWe plan on bringing this up at our upcoming meetings with Provost Woodruff and Associate Provost Largent
Bill 57-50OPENRecommend that MSU Culinary expands trainingsApprovedHarrisonIturralde12.10.2020President Abii-TahI plan on bringing this up at my January meetings with Director Ray. Gasser and VP Gore
Bill 57-49CLOSEDAmend the Code of Operation for Steering ResponsibilitiesApprovedHanesLajiness12.10.2020ASMSU Advisor Erik Maillard, Asst. VPIA Georgia Frost, Comm Liaison Matt Apostle
Bill 57-48CLOSEDAmend the Code of Operations to change threshold for votesWithdrawn by Bill Authors BolingAckerson12.02.2020N/AN/A
Bill 57-47OPENAdvocate for expanding off campus recyclingApprovedLajinessGrant12.10.2020ASMSU Director of Sustainability, Emily Miller, Representative Lajiness, Representative Grant So far I (Director Emily Miller) have met with Joey Dearing to discuss displaying which apartments have recycling on the ASMSU website. She discussed the idea of an embedded Google Map on the sustainability page that shows the information. I have sent her the list of apartments and so that should be displayed as soon as she finishes up that project. Furthermore, Matt Apostle was also in that meeting and he is working with Joey to find an aesthetic way to display some of the results from his landlord satisfaction survey in accompaniment with the Google Map. I will be meeting with Chris Hewitt in the near future. We have not been able to find a meeting time that works for both of us yet. He is over at the MSU Surplus Store and has lots of knowledge on recycling in general, as well as the best way to get in touch with recycling companies who are willing to have a conversation - as all of my previous emails have been sent to a void never to be responded to. Once I find a good contact Emma, Blake, and I should set up a time to meet all together so that we can discuss the bill/ implementation.
Bill 57-46CLOSEDDefinition of a StudentApprovedAgarwal Lajiness12.10.2020VP Catalano, Rep. AgarwalASMSU's resolution of support was confirmed once the General Assembly voted for it. The resolution was sent to UCSA where a vote to further support the document took place on January 15th 2021
Bill 57-45OPENAdvocate for ASMSU to declare a Climate EmergencyApprovedLajinessTrevino12.10.2020President Abii-TahI (President Abii-Tah) met with President Stanley and the Board about declaring a climate emergency. I met with the board about it too around finals week. After my first meeting with him he said it was something he was willing to consider. He asked us to meet again after he has done research on the implications of the declaration. I met with him again on the 29th of December. By then he had completed his research and he said he was comfortable doing it but he wanted to do so when we have extensive communication about MSU's upcoming plans for sustainability ready to be shared. He felt that it will only carry weight if it is backed up. I asked him to give me a deadline given that this is a fairly urgent issue. He said that I should get back to him within one month and he'll have updates. Noihrita, my assistant, is working on scheduling my January meeting with him. Once that date is confirmed I'll have more updates.
Bill 57-44OPENAdvocate for a Student Representative on the University Investment SubcommitteeApprovedLajinessTrevino12.10.2020President Abii-TahOn the 29th I (President Abii-Tah) talked to President Stanley about this bill. I had done my research and realized that it was mainly occupied by board of trustee members. President Stanley said he did not have the power to make that happen. The board makes that decision. He felt that our ask was probably not going to be approved because the role requires advanced technical skills that are not common from undergrads. So I asked him if students could at least serve as ex-officio members. That way the student can attend all the meetings and speak on all issues but they will not necessarily have a vote. He said that was a more doable suggestion and the board might find it easier to approve that. My next meeting with the board is in February but I'll reach the chair of the investment committee before then to start lobbying informally.
Bill 57-43CLOSED for nowCreate a COGS Liaison PositionApprovedKovachGrondin12.10.2020N/AThis bill becomes effective in Fall 2021
Bill 57-42CLOSEDAllocated funds to for OER AwarenessApprovedIturaldeKovach12.10.2020VP Polk, ASMSU Controller Gabriella WintersAwaiting Updates
Bill 57-41CLOSEDAllocate funds for East Lansing InformationApprovedFinertyLajiness12.10.2020VPFO Polk, ASMSU Controller Gabriella WintersAwaiting Updates
Bill 57-40CLOSEDSupport Buying Prevention MaterialsApprovedWoodruffModi12.10.2020VP Polk, ASMSU Controller Gabriella WintersAwaiting Updates
Bill 57-39CLOSEDAllocate funds to buy Seasonal LightsApprovedHanesSridhar12.10.2020VP Polk, ASMSU Controller Gabriella WintersVP Polk met with the Dr. Gore on January 14th 2021 to discuss and get the required approval of the light therapy program in detail. He was in full support of the pilot and will provide written approval after my follow up.
Bill 57-38CLOSEDSponsor ABTS Resolution for BillApprovedLajinessBoling11.19.2020ASMSU committee to the ABTS conferenceLegislation will be sponsored at the upcoming Winter Virtual ABTS Conference on January 30th 2021
Bill 57-37OPENResolution for Supporting Student AthletesApprovedChahalModi11.19.2020President Abii-Tah, PR manager Brandon CrawfordI (President Abii-Tah) met with the board of trustees and President Stanley on this issue. During the meeting Director Bill Beekman was brought in to respond to the bill. He said that the conversation to cut the swim and dive program had be going on for years and there was nothing that could be done. I also met with the swim and dive team multiple times to prepare me to bring up their concerns to President Stanley. When I finally spoke to him, he said that MSU will need at least 2 million dollars yearly to revive those programs. The only way to do so is to probably to create an endowment. We talked about collaborating for a student fee with board of trustees to ensure that other programs are not cut. So far, ASMSU has been doing its best to support the swim and dive teams by sharing their posts and videos on social media. I have also been in the talks with VP. Vennie Gore to find ways to fund programs so that they are not cut. He has formed a small committee to look into that further and I have invited him to present their suggestions to the General Assembly whenever they are ready.
Bill 57-36OPENRequest Posted Lecture MaterialApprovedSridharGrondin11.19.2020President Abii-Tah, VP Aiello, Academic CommitteeLetter to be sent to The circle of deans and faculty to advocate for this
Bill 57-35OPENMove Spring Calendar Break DaysApprovedKovachBoling11.05.2020President Abii-TahPresident Abii-TahSo far, I (Preseident Abii-Tah) have spoken to the president about study days for spring semester. He said that we are not sure of the Spring semester. The state might decide otherwise and we will have to revoke the 400 in person classes. He said that we'd have more clarity in three weeks. Three weeks later, the university decided to start classes a whole week late. Due to the numerous changes undergone for the Spring semester, administration has been worried about making additional changes. My plan is to bring it up to Associate Provost Mark Largent but chances are unfortunately starting to look very slim.
Bill 57-34CLOSEDAdd Minimum 14-Day Notice of FurloughApprovedWebbKoovach11.05.2020President Abii-TahPresident Abii-Tah met with VP Vennie Gore and Director Ray Gasser. They both agreed to our demand. They met with HR and confirmed that it was doable. VP Gore comfirmed with me that it has been done.
Bill 57-33CLOSEDElections Code Runner-Up ClauseApprovedTrevinoChahal11.19.2020ASMSU Advisor Erik Maillard, Asst. VPIA Georgia Frost, Comm Liaison Matt ApostleThe code has been updated to reflect the bill's changes as at January 16th 2021
Bill 57-32OPENRecord in Class LecturesApprovedChahalAckerson11.05.2020President Abii-Tah, VP Aiello, Academic CommitteeLetter to be sent to The circle of deans and faculty to advocate for this
Bill 57-31CLOSEDAdvocate for the Use and Expansion of OERApprovedIturraldeGrondin11.05.2020President Abii-Tah, VP AielloPresident Abii-Tah and VP Aiello brought this up to Provost Woodruff and she recommended we bring it up to faculty. President Abii-Tah also brought this up to Joe Salem and discussed ASMSU's potential funding of the program. Representative Ituralde has written an additiol bill to fund the expansion of the program. I also plan on sending a letter to faculty to encourage them to involve OER in the planning of their syllabi. VP Aiello has been working with the bill writers to plan an OER awareness week. This should help create even more awareness of the program
Bill 57-30CLOSEDFurlogh Gift CardsApprovedIsaBoling11.05.2020VPFO Polk, President Abii-Tah, Asst. VPFO Biel, Rep. Agarwal, Rep. Trevino, BOM Nicole Gonzales A total amount of 85,000 dollars was raised for the gift card program. In addition to the GA's 33,000 dollars, VP Polk and her team raised some money by advocating at class councils. The division of student affairs and servives donated an additional 35,000 dollars. After President Abii-Tah pitched the idea to the Provost, Provost Woodruff agreed to offer an additional 15,000 dollars. The bill authors and Finance and Operations department have been working with our Business office manager to review and approve student applications for funds. As at January 16th 2020, 800 total applications have been approved and $75 gift cards have been delivered.
Bill 57-29CLOSEDSupport the Decision of Obergefell V. Hodges (2015)ApprovedLawsonBolingPresident Abii-Tah, VPGA Sitar, Rep Travis Boling, PR Manager Brandon CrawfordWhen this bill passed, PR Manager Brandon Crawford followed up by posting the statement in the bill on ASMSU social media platforms. In addition, I (President Abii-Tah) and VP Sitar invited representative Boling to our November meeting with MSU's VP for Govt. Relations and Public Affairs. She had mentioned that there'd be hope for advocacy on this bill if democrats performed well during the November elections. Representative Boling was connected to individuals who could help to potentially push the bill forward. ASMSU reaffirms its commitment to continue to stand with the LGBTQ+ community.
Bill 57-28CLOSEDSupport Satisfactory/Non-satisfactory Grading PolicyApprovedIturaldeWoodruffPresident Abii-Tah, VP Aiello, ASMSU Steering Committee, Rep. Ituralde, Rep. Hanes, Rep. WoodruffAfter this bill passed, I (President Abii-Tah) decided to invite the other Big 10 presidents to write a joint statement to advocate for satisfactory/non-satisfactory grading. After drafting and releasing the statement with my counterparts, I sent it to Provost Woodruff and Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, Dr. Largent. VP Aiello and I then met with them and they agreed to implement S/NS Grading. It was then brought up to UCUE where Rep. Hanes and Rep. Itturalde further advocated for and voted for the policy. The Provost's official announcement for this policy came in a few days later.
Bill 57-27OPENAdvocate for Changes to ADPApprovedKovachIsa10.22.2020President Abii-TahI spoke with President Stanley about this and he showed interest. He mentioned that a committee might be formed soon to review the ADP policy and his chief of staff, Michael Zeig would reach out to me with details. Michael reached out to me a few days later with updates. He said that he had reached out to Associate Vice President Tanya Jachimiak and she had indicated that although there hasn’t been a formal review committee established yet, she is absolutely open to student involvement. The process is being defined and may include a committee or may be more direct engagement from her office with important stakeholder groups, but she has every intent to include students in the process. Iplan on reaching our to Associate VP Jachimiak again to ask her for updates on the process.
Bill 57-26CLOSEDCondemn Use of ABAApprovedKovachIturralde10.22.2020President Abii-Tah, VP AielloThe use of ABA stands officially condemned by ASMSU as the resolution stipulated. Additionally, President Abii-Tah made an official announcement of this stance in her reports at the University's steering committee.
Bill 57-25CLOSEDBill Resolution for the Dean of Students OfficeApprovedAielloSridhar10.22.2020The General AssemblyThe resolution completed it's purpose as soon as it was voted upon by the General Assembly. ASMSU officially endorses the ammendments in the handbook as stipulated by the resolution
Bill 57-24OPENFair and Equal Housing ActApprovedLajinessBoling10.22.2020VPGA SitarAwaiting Updates
Bill 57-23CLOSEDSRP SuspensionApprovedPolkLajiness10.22.2020VPFO PolkASMSU safe ride program tax was successfully suspended for the Spring of 2021
Bill 57-22OPENIntroduce Code of Academic AdivsorApprovedIsaRha10.08.2020Rep. Nikunj AgarwalRepresentative Agarwal presented this item at the University Council. Recommendations came from the council to move the bill's demands to the University Council for Undergraduate Education. After several meetings with stakeholders across campus, the bill's demands were moved to UCUE where a sub committee has been formed to address the issue
Bill 57-21CLOSEDEndorse Web Cam PolicyApprovedIsaHanes10.08.2020The General Assembly, President Abii-TahThe Web Cam Policy is officially endorsed by ASMSU. In Addition, President Abii-Tah wrote an official letter to President Stanley to explain and justify our stance. As at January 16th 2021, the Web Cam Policy is official at MSU
Bill 57-20CLOSEDNetID & Spartan Mail Security ResolutionTabled by Academic Committee and Withdrawn by Bill AuthorsMorrisWebb10.01.2020N/AN/A
Bill 57-19CLOSEDAmendment to the ASMSU ManualApprovedHarrisonKakos10.08.2020ASMSU Advisor Erik Maillard, Asst. Comm Liaison Matt Apostle, VPIA Georgia Frost,The manual has been updated to reflect the bill's changes as at January 16th 2021
Bill 57-18CLOSEDClass Ranked PartnershipApprovedMorrisKakos09.17.2020ASMSU Lawyers, ASMSU Marketing Director Spencer Horan, ASMSU Advisor Erik, Rep. Morris, Rep. KakosASMSU's marketing director Spencer Horan marketed ClassRanked in our December newsletter. ASMSU lawyers have also been working with the bill writers and our advisor to draft an official contact for the partnership between ASMSU and classRanked.
Bill 57-17CLOSEDPause FratWithdrawn by Bill AuthorsKovachIturralde09.17.2020N/AN/A
Bill 57-16CLOSEDApprove Director of IT & MarketingApprovedIturraldeTriltsch09.03.2020General AssemblyDirector was approved as soon as the General Assembly voted for their approval
Bill 57-15CLOSEDCall on MSU CulinaryApprovedHarrisonKovach08.13.2020President Abii-TahI (President Abii-Tah) reached out to Director Ray Gasser and VP Vennie Gore to inform the of the stance that this resolution has taken
Bill 57-14OPENPD Reconsider Moped ParkingApprovedHarrisonWebb08.13.2020Representative Harrison, Representative Webb, President Abii-Tah, VPFO PolkI (President Abii-Tah) nominated the bill authors to represent ASMSU on the All University Traffic and Transportation Committee. This was to offer them the opportunity to advocate for their bill directly. According to Representative Harrison, "at the very first meeting, the committee had a report from the previous year with recommendations that wanted to cut moped parking. The bill writers also had a meeting with VPFO Polk and traffic officials and they shut the idea down. They did say that they would be willing to reconsider in the fall once campus is back to normal." My recommendation is for this bill to be picked up by ASMSU's 58th session in the Fall semester of 2021.
Bill 57-13OPENAdvocate For More Reflection RoomsApprovedSalehMSA08.13.2020Rep Alan SalehRep Alan Saleh shared the bill with REHS President Nasser. He is still awaiting a response.
Bill 57-12CLOSEDSponsor ABTS Legislation for Donor AccountabilityApprovedMajzel (APASO)Agarwal (ISA)7.16.2020ASMSU committee to the ABTS conferenceLegislation will be sponsored at the upcoming Winter Virtual ABTS Conference on January 30th 2021
Bill 57-11CLOSEDSponsor ABTS Legislation for OTP VisaApprovedIsaApaso7.16.2020ASMSU committee to the ABTS conferenceLegislation will be sponsored at the upcoming Winter Virtual ABTS Conference on January 30th 2021
Bill 57-10OPENAlign EL Plea Bargain Policy BillApprovedKakosHanes7.16.2020President Abii-Tah, ASMSU Lawyers, Matt Apostle I (President Abii-Tah) worked with ASMSU lawyers to draft an official letter for this bill. I then sent the letter to Mayor Aaron Stephens and all the Lansing councilmembers. The Mayor showed interest in the bill and promised to bring it up to the rest of the councilmembers. We have had two phone calls to discuss progress on the bill. He mentioned that he has brought it up to the city attorney. He also mentioned that further discussion will be occuring on this issue at some point early 2021. Community Liaison, Matt Apostle, will also be advocating further on this issue.
Bill 57-09CLOSEDSARV Ad Hoc CommitteApprovedBolingKovach7.16.2020Director of Health, Safety, and Wellness Mary StoutMary Stout championed the formation of this subcommittee. They met consistently on Monday during the Fall semester and will do same during the Spring semester.
Bill 57-08OPENStephen HsuApprovedApasoBsa06.18.2020President Abii-Tah, VP Aiello, APASO, BSA, Cores and COPSAs we probably all know by now, Stephen Hsu has been demoted from his Vice President position. Last Thursday, I still shared this bill with President Stanley after the fact. We proceeded to discuss the possibility of getting him fired. As expected, the president responded that he cannot be fired as easily because he is protected both by freedom of academic research and his tenured position. Dr. Stanley did mention that he is committed to ensuring that moving forward, we do not have individuals in administrative positions with bigoted viewpoints like Stephen Hsu. I innitiated a small group under the leadership of VP Aiello to look into the feasibility and process of lunching an investigation on Stephen HSU to determine potential discrimination on his students.
Bill 57-07OPENCall to Establish a Fund for Non-Citizen StudentsApprovedCruIsa06.18.2020President Abii-Tah, CDEIO Shiksha Sneha, VPFO Polk, ISA (Nikunj Agarwal), CRU (Ricardo Paz), and dreaMSUThis bill asked MSU to create a scholarship fund for students who are not eligible for FAFSA due to citizenship status. I shared the bill with President Stanley on Thursday and we met earlier today. I introduced the bill to him, carefully outlining the importance of such a scholarship as Daylin and Nikunj mentioned in the bill. He was completely receptive to the idea. He agreed that the university should create such a scholarship. He said he will bring Financial Aid, MSU University Advancement, and other stakeholders together to identify our students who have been left in need due to FAFSA requirements for the CARES Act. I shared these updates with the bill writers and other stakeholders. I also initiated a small working group to continue advocacy. CDEIO Sneha and multiple CORES and COPS representatives have been on the ground working to establish the scholarship. As at January 18th 2021, President Stanley has officially endorsed the scholarship. CDEIO Shiksha Sneha, VPFO Polk, ISA (Nikunj Agarwal), CRU (Ricardo Paz), and dreaMSU have formed a task force for implementation. They meet monthly with Dr. Frazier who, in turn, is working with Budget and Planning to look at fundraising avenues. They are also meeting with other administrators to brainstorm ways we can further support immigrant students on campus!
Bill 57-06OPENAdvocated for Changes in MSUPDApprovedBsaCru06.18.2020VP Sitar, CDEIO Sneha, Rep. Brianna Jones, BSA President Sharron, and Rep RobleroEven before this bill passed, Shika, Sharron and I had had numerous meetings with administrators. As soon as the bill passed, I shared it with COGS and RHA and we all agreed to add it to the agenda for the student liaison board of trustees meeting. Progress Made - COGS used our bill as a template for a resolution which they passed at their General meeting last week. I have attached their version below. This means we are advocating collaboratively and we have backing from Graduate students. - During the board of Trustees meeting, Police Chief Kelly Roudebush was invited to respond to our queries. After introducing the bill to the board, I made the bill's four demands and Chief Roudebush responded to each. - First, I asked MSUPD to release information on the demographics of traffic stops. Chief Roudebush said that they do not keep those records. However, she promised that starting Fall semester, they will keep a daily activity log. All police officers will be required to report those details daily and the information gathered will be made accessible. - Secondly, I also asked for transparency regarding the investigations against those two. Chief Roudeboush said that she legally is not allowed to comment on the issue. At some point during the conversation though, she talked about her upcoming assistant police chief so it is my impression that O'Brien might no longer be holding the position or receiving a salary for long. - Third, I asked that they stop their use of pepper spray on students. She said that out of 20,000 police calls in the last year, there have only been 15 uses of force. She mentioned that the pepper spray was used to disperse crowds who were acting violently during the May 31st protests. She did not give a direct answer regarding further use of pepper spray so there is room for more advocacy on this. - Fourth, I asked that police officers should no longer respond to students' mental health concerns. She agreed with us, saying that they are open to different ways of handling such situations. She said they are willing to hire a social worker to respond to such instances. So we need to continue this conversation with them. - Last, I asked MSU to review MSUPD's budget, as well as remove unnecessary funding and oversee salary cuts where necessary. President Stanley and some members of the board responded that there definitely is a need for an Independent Police Oversight Committee. with student representation. This is something we should be able to push for - I also invited Chief Rouderbush to our next GA meeting. She accepted the invitation but the meeting was attended by interim Chief Doug Monette. He updated us that a social worker has been hired to work with officers in responces to mental health crises. He also mentioned that the budget has been made public on the website. I also innitiated the formation of a small group made up of the bill authors, CDEIO Shiksha Sneha, and VP Sitar to continue advocacy - VP Sitar also met with some of the officers in MSUPD. Ptior to her resignation, she had also been championing efforts to create a student advisory board that will comprise of students, especially CORES and COPS. It is my hope that upcoming VPGAs pursure and complete the project. President Stanley also invited me to serve on the search committee for the new Police Chief for MSUPD to ensure that we select a police chief who listens to students.
Bill 57-05OPENDonor AccountabilityApprovedApasoIsa06.18.2020President Abii-Tah, Rep. Majzel, CDEIO Sneha, VP. Catalano, Rep. Agarwal, CORES and COPS groupsSo far, I (President Abii-Tah) shared the bill with President Stanley. CORES and COPS met him about the same issue. He expressed his disappointment at Larry Gaynor but mentioned that Larry Gaynor had apologized. I asked him if we could simply refund Larry Gaynor the 3 million USD and then cut all ties with him. He responded that he did not want to set a precedent like that for donors. He mentioned that everyone should be given the opportunity to change and have a second chance. I geared the conversation towards a screening process for donors so that those with a History of bigotry are not celebrated. He agreed that donors who have hurt people with their actions in the past or make their money illegally should not be associated with MSU. However, it can be more difficult to quantify hate speech in this subjective society. He said that MSU, like every other university, doesn't have a screening process. I also innitiated a small working group to continue advocating for this. CDEIO Shiksha Sneha, Rep. Majzel, and other CORES and COPS reps championed a bill to advocate for this at the 2021 Association of Big Ten Students Conference
Bill 57-04CLOSEDAdvocate for Optional VisaApprovedIsaApaso06.18.2020President Abii-Tah, Rep Agarwal So far, I (President Abii-Tah) have brought this up to: 1) Dr. Steven Hanson: Associate Provost and Dean for International Studies and Programs. 2) Krista McCallum Beatty: Director of Office for International Students & Scholars (OISS) 3) President Stanley 4) State News Reporters All three administrators highlighted that this was a priority for their offices. With the recent suspension of H1-B visas, all three administrators share our fear that OPT might be next. President Stanley confirmed that the university has reached out to the Trump administration. They have also reached out to the University of Michigan, the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP), and the Association of American Universities (AAU). He emphasized that numerous organizations across the US are fighting for the demands of this bill. Unfortunately, this is not a senate decision so no matter who advocates, President Trump will make the final decision. MSU lobbyists in DC are putting the pressure needed but a higher ed institution can only do so much. I have innitiated a small working group that will focus on creating awareness about the issue. This group comprised of Representative Agarwal who took advocacy to the next level by writing legislation that will be introduced at the 2021 Association of Big Ten Students Winter Conference.
Bill 57-03CLOSEDApprove Director of MarketingApprovedHanesLajiness06.18.2020General AssemblyDirector was approved as soon as the General Assembly voted for their approval
Bill 57-02CLOSEDApprove 2020-2021 ASMSU BudgetApprovedRiderTeagan04.15.2020General AssemblyBudget was approved as soon as the General Assembly voted for their approval
Bill 57-01CLOSEDApprove 2020-2021 DirectorsApprovedCatalanoAiello04.08.2020General AssemblyDirectors were approved as soon as the General Assembly voted for their approval

Past Sessions

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Bill 56-78Student Affairs TransparencyApproved
Bill 56-77Student Emergency FundApproved
Bill 56-76SCHEF MembershipApproved
Bill 56-75FDA Restriction on Blood DonationsApproved
Bill 56-74Resolution for a Recreation and Wellness Fee ReferendumApproved
Bill 56-73Allocate $7,500 COVID-19 PH ResponseApproved
Bill 56-72Adovcate for Flexiblity with Timezones and FinalsApproved
Bill 56-71ASMSU DEI TrainingApproved
Bill 56-70Amend ASMSU Code to include attendence for Activity DeaprtmentsApproved
Bill 56-69CORES/COPS ConstitutionApproved
Bill 56-68Pilot Fall ElectionsApproved
Bill 56-67CORES/COPS Emergency FundGA
Bill 56-66 Safe Place AllocationApproved
Bill 56-65Food Bank AllocationApproved
Bill 56-64International Student Hour RestrictionsGA
Bill 56-63Resolution For Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory OptionApproved
Bill 56-62COVID-19 Student Relief AdvocacyApproved
Bill 56-60Resolution Restrict Facial Recognition at MSUApproved
Bill 56-59Land AcknowledgementApproved
Bill 56-57Allocate Funds for 2020 Spring ConcertApproved
Bill 56-57Remove GA due to attendance policyGA
Bill 56-56Support Academic Calendar ProposalApproved
Bill 56-55JMC Tax Increase ReferandumApproved
Bill 56-54JMC Student Senate Tax Renewal ReferandumApproved
Bill 56-53Hearing Boards Approved
Bill 56-51Activity Department Review Ad HocApproved
Bill 56-49Require Supporting Documentation for AllocationsApproved
Bill 56-48Allocate $7,500 for Flu PreventionApproved
Bill 56-47Allocate funds to Student Legal ServicesApproved
Bill 56-46General Tax Increase ReferendumApproved
Bill 56-45Tax Renewal ReferendumApproved
Bill 56-44Allocate Funds for the DESS ConferenceApproved
Bill 56-43Thanksgiving BillAcademic Committee
Bill 56-42Mental Health BillAcademic Committee
Bill 56-41Spartan Sierra Club PetitionPolicy Committee
Bill 56-40Approve New SAB MembersApproved
Bill 56-39Allocate funds for Race for the PlaceApproved
Bill 56-38ABTS Legislation Leave AbsenceApproved
Bill 56-37Approve changes to ASMSU Staff DirectorsApproved
Bill 56-36Sponsor Rec FestApproved
Bill 56-35Allocate Funds for MGC and NPHC to Attend the AFLVApproved
Bill 56-33Sponsor ABTS resolution for EDI trainingApproved
Bill 56-32Appoint GA RepresentativesApproved
Bill 56-31Advocate for mandatory annual EDI trainingApproved
Bill 56-30Trayless DiningApproved
Bill 56-29Allocate $10,100 to Startup Sports Ticket GivawayGA
Bill 56-28Reallocate Line Item Funds to Various DepartmentsApproved
Bill 56-27ELi Allocation billApproved
Bill 56-26Allocate $3000 to Replace Outdated Staff DesktopsApproved
Bill 56-25Allocate $2400 to Hire New IT PositionsApproved
Bill 56-24Sponsor ABTS ResolutionApproved
Bill 56-23Appointment of Student Caucus RepsApproved
Bill 56-22Appoint GA RepresentativesApproved
Bill 56-19Budget OrientationApproved
Bill 56-18ASMSU WILD allocationApproved
Bill 56-17Amend Code to refine Appointment ProcessApproved
Bill 56-17Amend GA Appointment ProcessTabled
Bill 56-16Reallocate Bikeshare FundsApproved
Bill 56-15add-drop dateApproved
Bill 56-13CDEIO and D&I Office-policyApproved
Bill 56-12Amend manual to add CDEIO to SteeringApproved
Bill 56-11Outreach allocationApproved
Bill 56-10Support Extension of d2l Helpline HoursApproved
Bill 56-09Discontinue ASMSU's Bike Share ProgramApproved
Bill 56-08Appointments College RepsApproved
Bill 56-07Appoint Student Allocations MembersApproved
Bill 56-06Advocate and Negotiate for Halal/Zabiha options at MSU DiningApproved
Bill 56-05Livestreaming at GAApproved
Bill 56-04Allocate Funds for ItsOnUsApproved
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Bill 56-03Support Propsed Amendments to Student Rights and ResponsibilitiesApproved
Bill 56-02Approve 2019-2020 ASMSU BudgetApproved
Bill 56-02Approve 2019-2020 ASMSU BudgetApproved
Bill 56-01Approve 2019-2020 ASMSU Staff DirectorsApproved
Bill 56-01Approve 2019-2020 ASMSU Staff DirectorsApproved
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Bill-52-23-Support-Student-Aid-Bill-Of-Rights
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Bill-52-34-Opt-In-Directory-Listing-Policy
Bill-52-35-Increase-Accessibility-Rental-Housing
Bill-52-36-Oppose-Safe-Campus-Act
Bill-52-37-Oppose-SB-639
Bill-52-38-2015-Cotton-Bowl
Bill-52-39-Safe-Place-Annaul-5K
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Bill-52-43-Spring-Entertainment-UAB
Bill-52-44-Bring-Presidential-Candidate
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Bill-52-49-Academic-Orientation-Program
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Bill-52-56-Spartans-Will-Power
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Bill-52-54-Olin-Health-Center
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Bill-52-36-Safe-Campus-Act
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Bill-51-49-Safe-Ride-Program
Bill-51-48-Special-Projects-to-Junior-Class-Council
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Bill-51-38-Amend-Title-IV
Bill-51-37-Amend-Section-1A
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Bill-51-05-Vacancy-of-VPAA
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Bill-51-17-It's-On-Us
Bill-51-18-February-Concert
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Bill-51-20-Residence-Education
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Bill-51-19-Engineering-Lockers
Bill-51-18-Fund-a-Concert
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Bill-50-59-JMSS-Tax-Increase
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According to Title II, Section 11 Item C of ASMSU’s Code of Operations outline in our Constitution:
 During public comment on agenda items, any topic may be discussed up to 15 minutes unless extended by a majority vote of the assembly. Any student may speak, but only once, with a three minute time limit unless extended by consent of the General Assembly

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