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Close Votes of the MI House 1/1/2019 to 2/26/2020

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Close votes have narrow margins. A few changed votes could have changed the outcome. Although close this vote was omitted: House Roll Call 358 on 2019 Senate Bill 455: Give more tax breaks to particular “data center”.

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100%Alexander, Julie  (term)R
100%Allor, Sue  (term)R
100%Bellino, Joseph, Jr.  (term)R
100%Bollin, Ann  (term)R
100%Brann, Tommy  (term)R
100%Calley, Julie  (term)R
100%Chatfield, Lee  (term)R
100%Cole, Triston  (term)R
100%Crawford, Kathy  (term)R
100%Eisen, Gary  (term)R
100%Farrington, Diana  (term)R
100%Filler, Graham  (term)R
100%Frederick, Ben  (term)R
100%Glenn, Annette  (term)R
100%Green, Phil  (term)R
100%Griffin, Beth  (term)R
100%Hauck, Roger  (term)R
100%Hernandez, Shane  (term)R
100%Hoitenga, Michele  (term)R
100%Hornberger, Pamela  (term)R
100%Howell, Gary  (term)R
100%Huizenga, Mark  (term)R
100%Iden, Brandt  (term)R
100%Kahle, Bronna  (term)R
100%LaFave, Beau  (term)R
100%Leutheuser, Eric  (term)R
100%Lightner, Sarah  (term)R
100%Lilly, Jim  (term)R
100%Lower, James  (term)R
100%Maddock, Matt  (term)R
100%Marino, Steve  (term)R
100%Markkanen, Greg  (term)R
100%Meerman, Luke  (term)R
100%Miller, Aaron  (term)R
100%O'Malley, Jack  (term)R
100%Paquette, Brad  (term)R
100%Reilly, John  (term)R
100%Rendon, Daire  (term)R
100%Schroeder, Andrea  (term)R
100%Sheppard, Jason  (term)R
100%Slagh, Bradley  (term)R
100%Van Woerkom, Greg  (term)R
100%Vaupel, Hank  (term)R
100%Wakeman, Rodney  (term)R
100%Webber, Michael  (term)R
100%Wendzel, Pauline  (term)R
100%Wentworth, Jason  (term)R
100%Whiteford, Mary  (term)R
100%Wozniak, Doug  (term)R
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94%Hall, Matt  (term)R ×
94%Johnson, Steven  (term)R ×
94%Mueller, Mike  (term)R ×
94%VanSingel, Scott  (term)R ×
94%Yaroch, Jeff  (term)R ×
88%Berman, Ryan  (term)R ××
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0%Yancey, Tenisha  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××

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Column Descriptions

House Bill 4120: Expand allowable county road commission debt
to concur with the Senate-passed version of the bill
   • House Roll Call 331 on Nov. 7, 2019.

House Bill 4729: Appropriations: “Omnibus” state budget
to adopt a version of this budget that contains no appropriations but which can be used as a potential "vehicle" bill for revising state revenue sharing payments to local governments in the 2019-2020 fiscal year
   • House Roll Call 165 on Jun. 13, 2019.

House Bill 4728: Appropriations: “Omnibus” education budget
to advance a “template” or “place holder” for a Fiscal Year 2019-2020 “Omnibus” school aid, higher education and community colleges budget. This bill contains no appropriations, but may be amended at a later date to include them. This is a procedural device used for launching negotiations over the differences between the House and Senate budgets, and eventually for negotiating a final budget between a Republican-controlled legislature and a Democratic governor
   • House Roll Call 164 on Jun. 13, 2019.

Senate Bill 134: Appropriations: Community Colleges
to concur with the Senate-passed version of the bill
   • House Roll Call 153 on May. 15, 2019.

Senate Bill 139: Appropriations: Department of Health and Human...
[Appropriations: Department of Health and Human Services] to send the bill back to the Senate as just a "shell" or "placeholder" budget with no actual appropriations. This is a procedural device used for launching negotiations over the differences between the House and Senate budgets, and eventually for negotiating a final budget between a Republican-controlled legislature and a Democratic governor
   • House Roll Call 156 on May. 15, 2019.

Senate Bill 137: Appropriations: Department of Environment,...
[Appropriations: Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy] to send the bill back to the Senate as just a "shell" or "placeholder" budget with no actual appropriations. This is a procedural device used for launching negotiations over the differences between the House and Senate budgets, and eventually for negotiating a final budget between a Republican-controlled legislature and a Democratic governor
   • House Roll Call 154 on May. 15, 2019.

Senate Bill 138: Appropriations: General Government
to send the bill back to the Senate as just a "shell" or "placeholder" budget with no actual appropriations. This is a procedural device used for launching negotiations over the differences between the House and Senate budgets, and eventually for negotiating a final budget between a Republican-controlled legislature and a Democratic governor
   • House Roll Call 155 on May. 15, 2019.

Senate Bill 144: Appropriations: Department of Military and...
[Appropriations: Department of Military and Veterans Affairs] to send the bill back to the Senate as just a "shell" or "placeholder" budget with no actual appropriations. This is a procedural device used for launching negotiations over the differences between the House and Senate budgets, and eventually for negotiating a final budget between a Republican-controlled legislature and a Democratic governor
   • House Roll Call 158 on May. 15, 2019.

Senate Bill 149: Appropriations: Department of Transportation
to send the bill back to the Senate as just a "shell" or "placeholder" budget with no actual appropriations. This is a procedural device used for launching negotiations over the differences between the House and Senate budgets, and eventually for negotiating a final budget between a Republican-controlled legislature and a Democratic governor
   • House Roll Call 160 on May. 15, 2019.

Senate Bill 294: Exempt winter sports view area buildings from...
[Exempt winter sports view area buildings from building code heating mandates] to exempt buildings or press boxes used by K-12 schools as a viewing area for outdoor sporting events from heating requirements imposed by the state building code if they enclose less than 500 square feet. This would also apply to a "building, structure, or room that is incidental to an outdoor sporting activity or event, including a ticket booth, concession stand, participant meeting room, or restroom facility"
   • House Roll Call 161 on Jun. 5, 2019.

House Bill 4233: Appropriations: Department of Environmental...
[Appropriations: Department of Environmental Quality] the House version of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Department of Environmental Quality budget. This would appropriate $469.4 million in gross spending. Of this, $160.4 million is federal money, and the rest is from state and local taxes and fees
   • House Roll Call 125 on Feb. 26, 2019.

House Bill 4236: Appropriations: Higher Education
the House version of the fiscal year 2019-2020 Higher Education budget. This would appropriate $1.68 billion in gross spending, of which $123 million is federal money, with the rest is from state taxes and fees. The budget would provide a funding increase of just 1 percent to individual universities
   • House Roll Call 129 on Feb. 26, 2019.

House Bill 4246: Appropriations: Department of Transportation
the House version of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Department of Transportation budget. This would appropriate $5.40 billion in gross spending. Of this, $1.34 billion is federal money, and the rest is from state and local taxes and fees. The budget does not recognize or include any revenue from a $2.5 billion, 45 cents per gallon gas tax increase proposed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, but does include a $542.5 million "fund shift" from a Republican proposal to no longer charge sales tax on fuel, replacing that levy with an equivalent increase in motor fuel taxes. Note: Most sales tax revenue goes to schools; the proposal assumes these school dollars will be replaced by extending sales tax to out-of-state catalog and internet sales after the U.S. Supreme Court's 2018 Wayfair decision lifted a ban on this
   • House Roll Call 127 on Feb. 26, 2019.

House Bill 4242: Appropriations: K-12 School Aid budget
the House version of the fiscal year 2019-2020 K-12 school aid budget. This would appropriate $15.047 billion in gross spending, of which $1.749 billion is federal money, and the rest is from state and local taxes and fees. School districts in the lower funding tier would get a $180 per pupil increase, and districts that have higher funding would get $120 more per student
   • House Roll Call 128 on Feb. 26, 2019.

House Bill 4231: Appropriations: Department of Corrections
the House version of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 Department of Corrections budget. This would appropriate $2.00 billion in gross spending. Of this, $5.3 million is federal money, and the rest is from state and local taxes and fees
   • House Roll Call 116 on Feb. 26, 2019.

House Bill 4510: Revise elevator regulation detail
to establish that the director of the state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs must grant any “exceptions or variations from the literal requirements of the law or rules regulating elevators that are necessary to allow alteration to a safety measure” if the safety measure was not required when the elevator was made and the director believes it is reasonable
   • House Roll Call 89 on Apr. 25, 2019.

House Bill 4206: Allow schools to not make up lost "polar...
[Allow schools to not make up lost "polar vortex" school days] to concur with the Senate-passed version of the bill, as amended by the House. Because the Senate failed to meet the three-fifths supermajority needed to give the bill immediate effect, even if signed by the governor it will not go into effect in time to affect the 2018-2019 school year
   • House Roll Call 77 on Apr. 30, 2019.

 

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