The Missing in Michigan Association advocates for legislation that protects the rights of missing adults and children.
• Missing in Michigan was instrumental in passing the "NamUs Bill" (2018 H.B. 4633) which ensures that all law enforcement immediately enters their missing persons cases into the NamUs.gov
database after a preliminary investigation. Michigan was the first state to enact a bill with "immediate entry" verbiage. Special thanks to State Representative Tommy Brann for introducing this Bill.
Other states with NamUs Legislation:
-New Jersey "Patricia's Law"-Passed 2008
-Connecticut "Billy's Law" -Passed in 2011
-New York (entry must be within 180 days) Passed in 2018
-Tennessee Passed in 2018