Law New

Law new refers to legislation that has been proposed, debated and passed by Congress or another legislative body. Laws (also known as statutes) are the official rules that govern behavior within a society or country. Think of laws as being like the ideas students propose in a group project, which are then debated and voted on before deciding on one idea to turn into an official rule that everyone must follow.

The information and resources found on this page are continually updated as new federal legislation, regulations or Children’s Bureau policies are passed or announced. For more information about these policies, please contact the Children’s Bureau Regional Program Manager.

This bill would require City agencies to promptly disclose data breaches involving persons’ private identifying information to the Chief Privacy Officer, Office of Cyber Command, and Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications. It also makes other changes to the City’s data breach notification laws to make them more consistent with State law.

This bill would designate the Federal building located at 985 Michigan Avenue in Detroit, Michigan as the “Rosa Parks Federal Building”. It also makes other changes to the law relating to the preservation of cultural heritage, renaming certain public buildings and facilities, and providing remote access to court proceedings.