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Legislative Update: BIAMI & CABT Partners Win 1st Round in Defeating Heavy Truck Legislation!19-Jul-2017

Comparison of truck sizes CABT, the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks, strongly supported by BIAMI, successfully kept an amendment allowing bigger trucks from inclusion in a Transportatio.. Read More...

No-Fault: Fix It, Don't Nix It15-May-2017

"Bad Behavior Also Applies to Insurance Companies" Thanks to the FREEP’s JC Reindl for an informative overview of Michigan’s auto no-fault situation. The series shines in underscoring.. Read More...

Capitol Day, Annual Meeting, and Spring Fling03-Apr-2017

On Wednesday, May 17th, we will be gathering in the Mackinaw Room for Capitol Day 2017. It's a chance for brain injury survivors, their friends and family members, caregivers, and professionals to.. Read More...

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BIA HOME : Capitol Day

Michigan State Capitol Dome Constituents meet with their legislator Legislators in session
Capitol Day logo (no year)

Every year, the Brain Injury Association of Michigan brings the brain injury community together with their legislators. Capitol Day is designed to inform and educate Michigan legislators about the current issues affecting individuals and organizations who have an interest in brain injury. Capitol Day is sponsored jointly by the Brain Injury Association of Michigan (BIAMI) and the Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council (MBIPC).

Who should come?

Anyone willing to meet with Michigan legislators to discuss current issues.

Where is it?

We will be meeting in the Mackinaw Room.

Scenes from past Capitol Days

Capitol Day Successes

  • 2016
    • Passing of Sports Concussion Amendments

    • Brought attention to sunset provision of DUI law, effectively keeping the legal Blood Alcohol Level from raising from 0.08 to 1