House Bill 1286 was introduced in the legislature in March 2001, and referred to the House and Governmental Affairs Committee. Although this bill does not explicitly mention evolution, creationism, or education, its language echoes that of anti-evolution bills in other states.
House Bill 2554 was introduced in the state legislature in February 2001, and referred to the Education Committee. The bill did not come up in committee before the legislature adjourned on April 14. The title of the bill explains its purpose as "Providing for the teaching of creation science and evolution science on an equal basis in the public schools."
House Bill 391 was introduced in the state legislature in February 2001, and referred to the Education Committee. The bill was not taken up in committee before the legislature adjourned on March 21. This bill would have allowed teachers "to present and critique any and all scientific theories" about "the origins of life and living things, including the origins of humankind." It also encouraged teachers "to make distinctions between philosophical materialism and authentic science..." Read the text of HB 391 at http://www.legis.state.ga.us/legis/2001_02/sum/hb391.htm
House Bill 4382 was introduced in the legislature in February 2001, and referred to the Education Committee. As of this writing, a hearing in committee is not expected in the near future. HB 4382 would revise Michigan's curriculum content standards to indicate that evolution and natural selection are "unproven theories". In addition, it provides that, along with those "unproven theories", students should be taught "... the theory that life is the result of the purposeful, intelligent design of a creator".