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Business Subsidy Scorecard of Current Legislators on 06/30/2021

Created by Hohman, McHugh & Frick

A Scorecard of the Business Subsidies Authorized by Michigan Lawmakers - Lawmakers in office on 06/30/2021. { EXEC [Utility_Index_Delete_Inactive_Legislators] 1, 1148, '1/1/2021', '12/31/2022' } This is part of a Mackinac Center policy brief titled, "How Michigan Legislators Voted on Taxpayer-Funded Business Subsidies." https://www.mackinac.org/s2018-05

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Percent of Dollars Supported
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Legislator
 
anySelectedBusiness Subsidies SupportedBusiness Subsidies OpposedYYY    Y          YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY
100.0%Schmidt, Wayne  (term)R $2,603,933,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M $24.0M $9.5M $365.0M $253.0M $100.0M $50.0M 
99.0%Stamas, Jim  (term)R $2,578,400,000$25,533,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M $24.0M $9.5M $365.0M $253.0M $100.0M $50.0M 
100.0%Zorn, Dale W.  (term)R $1,802,433,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
100.0%Brinks, Winnie  (term)D $1,750,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M 
100.0%Victory, Roger  (term)R $1,750,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M 
99.3%Ananich, Jim  (term)D $1,590,433,278$12,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M X$1,000.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
100.0%Bellino, Joseph, Jr.  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Brann, Tommy  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Calley, Julie  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Ellison, Jim  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Farrington, Diana  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Frederick, Ben  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Griffin, Beth  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Hauck, Roger  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Hertel, Curtis, Jr.  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Hertel, Kevin  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Kahle, Bronna  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%LaFave, Beau  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%LaSata, Kim  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Lasinski, Donna  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Lilly, Jim  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Marino, Steve  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Moss, Jeremy  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Peterson, Ronnie  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Sneller, Tim  (term)D $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%VanderWall, Curt  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%VanSingel, Scott  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Whiteford, Mary  (term)R $1,522,033,278$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
99.4%Rendon, Daire  (term)R $1,513,533,278$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
99.4%Sabo, Terry  (term)D $1,513,533,278$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
99.2%Geiss, Erika  (term)D $1,510,033,278$12,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
86.9%Alexander, Julie  (term)R $1,322,033,278$200,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
86.9%Bizon, John  (term)R $1,322,033,278$200,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
75.5%Lauwers, Dan  (term)R $1,322,033,278$428,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M 
85.5%Albert, Thomas  (term)R $1,301,533,278$220,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
80.3%Clemente, Cara  (term)D $1,222,033,278$300,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
80.3%Sowerby, William  (term)D $1,222,033,278$300,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
80.3%Yaroch, Jeff  (term)R $1,222,033,278$300,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
79.7%LaGrand, David  (term)D $1,213,533,278$308,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
66.7%Shirkey, Mike  (term)R $1,210,900,000$603,533,278$8.5M X$300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M $24.0M 
67.1%Camilleri, Darrin  (term)D $1,022,033,278$500,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
67.1%Santana, Sylvia  (term)D $1,022,033,278$500,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
66.6%Hammoud, Abdullah  (term)D $1,013,533,278$508,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Johnson, Ruth  (term)R $601,189,386$0$8.5M X$68.1M $1.8M $65.5M $150.0M $54.5M $28.5M $87.5M $18.7M $118.0M 
34.3%Wentworth, Jason  (term)R $522,033,278$1,000,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
40.6%Daley, Kevin  (term)R $447,400,000$655,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M $24.0M $9.5M $365.0M $253.0M $100.0M $50.0M 
100.0%Anthony, Sarah  (term)D $320,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M 
100.0%Cambensy, Sara  (term)D $320,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M 
100.0%Hollier, Adam  (term)D $320,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M 
20.6%Howell, Gary  (term)R $313,533,278$1,208,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
20.6%Theis, Lana  (term)R $313,533,278$1,208,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
20.5%Runestad, Jim  (term)R $312,000,000$1,210,033,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%McCann, Sean  (term)D $300,900,000$0$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
19.7%Allor, Sue  (term)R $300,000,000$1,222,033,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
99.2%Outman, Rick  (term)R $298,500,000$2,400,000$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
96.0%Irwin, Jeff  (term)D $288,900,000$12,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
64.2%Cherry, John  (term)D $157,246,200$87,537,500$8.5M $12.0M $87.5M $18.7M $118.0M 
64.2%Wojno, Paul  (term)D $157,246,200$87,537,500$8.5M $12.0M $87.5M $18.7M $118.0M 
24.2%McBroom, Ed  (term)R $72,900,000$228,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
7.6%Nesbitt, Aric  (term)R $22,900,000$278,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
100.0%Alexander, Betty Jean  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Bayer, Rosemary  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Berman, Ryan  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Bolden, Kyra  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Bollin, Ann  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Brixie, Julie  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Carter, Brenda  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Carter, Tyrone  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Coleman, Kevin  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Eisen, Gary  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Filler, Graham  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Garza, Alex  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Green, Phil  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Haadsma, Jim  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Hall, Matt  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Hope, Kara  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Huizenga, Mark  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Koleszar, Matt  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Kuppa, Padma  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Lightner, Sarah  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%MacDonald, Michael  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Manoogian, Mari  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Markkanen, Greg  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%McMorrow, Mallory  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Mueller, Mike  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%O'Malley, Jack  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Pohutsky, Laurie  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Polehanki, Dayna  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Schroeder, Andrea  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Shannon, Nate  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Slagh, Bradley  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Stone, Lori  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Tate, Joe  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Van Woerkom, Greg  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Wakeman, Rodney  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Wendzel, Pauline  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Whitsett, Karen  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Witwer, Angela  (term)D $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
100.0%Wozniak, Doug  (term)R $20,500,000$0$8.5M $12.0M 
6.4%Yancey, Tenisha  (term)D $20,500,000$300,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M 
1.0%Jones, Jewell  (term)D $13,533,278$1,308,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M X$1,000.0M 
0.9%Rabhi, Yousef  (term)D $13,533,278$1,508,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
58.5%Glenn, Annette  (term)R $12,000,000$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M 
58.5%Hood, Rachel  (term)D $12,000,000$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M 
58.5%Johnson, Cynthia  (term)D $12,000,000$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M 
58.5%Maddock, Matt  (term)R $12,000,000$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M 
58.5%Meerman, Luke  (term)R $12,000,000$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M 
58.5%Paquette, Brad  (term)R $12,000,000$8,500,000$8.5M $12.0M 
4.0%Bumstead, Jon  (term)R $12,000,000$288,900,000$8.5M $12.0M $228.0M $2.4M $50.0M 
0.8%Hoitenga, Michele  (term)R $12,000,000$1,510,033,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
0.8%Hornberger, Pamela  (term)R $12,000,000$1,510,033,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
0.8%Johnson, Steven  (term)R $12,000,000$1,510,033,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
0.8%Reilly, John  (term)R $12,000,000$1,510,033,278$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
0.7%Chang, Stephanie  (term)D $10,033,278$1,512,000,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
100.0%Aiyash, Abraham  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Bezotte, Robert  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Borton, Ken  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Brabec, Felicia  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Breen, Kelly  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Cavanagh, Mary  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Clements, TC  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Damoose, John  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Fink, Andrew  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Martin, David  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Morse, Christine  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Neeley, Cynthia R  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%O'Neal, Amos  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Outman, Pat  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Posthumus, Bryan  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Puri, Ranjeev  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Rogers, Julie  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Roth, John  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Scott, Helena  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Steckloff, Samantha  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Steenland, Richard  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Thanedar, Shri  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Tisdel, Mark  (term)R $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Weiss, Regina  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
100.0%Young, Stephanie  (term)D $8,500,000$0$8.5M 
41.5%Bullock, Marshall  (term)D $8,500,000$12,000,000$8.5M $12.0M 
0.1%Barrett, Tom  (term)R $1,533,278$1,520,500,000$8.5M $12.0M $300.0M $1.5M $200.0M $1,000.0M 
–  Liberati, Tullio  (term)D –  –  X
0.0%Beeler, Andrew  (term)R $0$8,500,000$8.5M 
0.0%Beson, Timothy  (term)R $0$8,500,000$8.5M 
0.0%Carra, Steve  (term)R $0$8,500,000$8.5M 

Legend:  Supported $M,  Opposed $M,  F Chamber failed to hold vote,  E Excused,  X Not Voting,  ? Ideal Vote not set,   No vote in this chamber or legislative session

 

Column Descriptions

$8,500,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 437: Detroit developer credit 2021-2022
$8.5 million tax credit for Detroit developer, may be paid in cash.
   • House Roll Call 322 on June 9, 2021.
   • Senate Roll Call 252 on June 3, 2021.

$12,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 4189: Tenneco subsidy addition 2019-2020
Add $12 million more to subsidies authorized for successor of Federal Mogul Corp (Tenneco).
   • House Roll Call 95 on May 22, 2019.
   • Senate Roll Call 202 on September 17, 2019.

$300,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 1108: Extend corporate, developer subsidies 2017-2018
Extend for another four years of a corporate and developer subsidy.
   • House Roll Call 945 on December 20, 2018.
   • Senate Roll Call 710 on December 6, 2018.

$1,533,278 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 4420: Extend Lansing developer's subsidy 2017-2018
Give developer more time to complete subsidized project.
   • House Roll Call 338 on November 1, 2017.
   • Senate Roll Call 545 on December 13, 2017.

$200,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 242: Subsidize Foxconn and others 2017-2018
Authorize giving state dollars to iPhone maker or others.
   • House Roll Call 260 on July 12, 2017.
   • Senate Roll Call 323 on July 12, 2017.

$1,000,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 111: Give $1 billion to big developers 2017-2018
Give $1 billion in developer subsidies, mostly to Dan Gilbert.
   • House Roll Call 94 on May 4, 2017.
   • Senate Roll Call 174 on May 9, 2017.

$228,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 269: Extend '21st Century Jobs Fund' 2013-2014
Authorize various business subsidies and other favors.
   • House Roll Call 719 on December 18, 2014.
   • Senate Roll Call 478 on October 31, 2013.

$2,400,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5732: Developer rehab subsidies 2011-2012
Make these subsidies saleable to others.
   • House Roll Call 680 on December 5, 2012.
   • Senate Roll Call 1003 on December 13, 2012.

$50,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 855: Electric car battery subsidies 2011-2012
Subsidize electric car battery maker in former Wixom auto plant.
   • House Roll Call 613 on December 15, 2011.
   • Senate Roll Call 842 on December 15, 2011.

$24,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 944: Developer rehab subsidies 2009-2010
Subsidize developers' 'historic' building rehabs.
   • House Roll Call 555 on December 2, 2010.
   • Senate Roll Call 649 on December 3, 2010.

$9,500,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 619: Subsidize tourism marketing 2009-2010
Tourism industry marketing subsidies.
   • House Roll Call 122 on March 25, 2010.
   • Senate Roll Call 72 on March 3, 2010.

$365,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 4515: Electric car battery subsidies 2009-2010
Give subsidies to electric car battery makers.
   • House Roll Call 96 on March 26, 2009.
   • Senate Roll Call 83 on March 26, 2009.

$253,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5469: Electric car battery subsidies 2009-2010
Give subsidies to electric car battery makers.
   • House Roll Call 676 on December 17, 2009.
   • Senate Roll Call 729 on December 17, 2009.

$100,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 777: Subsidize big batteries 2009-2010
Subsidize large battery scheme in former Wixom auto plant.
   • House Roll Call 469 on September 29, 2009.
   • Senate Roll Call 451 on September 10, 2009.

$50,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 4523: Subsidize photovoltaics 2009-2010
Give subsidies to solar cell makers.
   • House Roll Call 428 on September 10, 2009.
   • Senate Roll Call 452 on September 10, 2009.

$67,500,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 973: Developer rehab subsidies 2007-2008
Subsidize developers' 'historic' building rehabs.
   • House Roll Call 1042 on December 10, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 820 on December 18, 2008.

$77,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 6496: Developer rehab subsidies 2007-2008
Subsidize some developers' 'historic' building rehabs.
   • House Roll Call 1115 on December 18, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 812 on December 11, 2008.

$63,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 213: Energy efficiency subsidies 2007-2008
Household and utility subsidies for energy efficiency spending.
   • House Roll Call 756 on September 18, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 557 on September 18, 2008.

$517,500,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 6611: Subsidize electric car battery maker 2007-2008
Authorize subsidies for electric car battery makers.
   • House Roll Call 1207 on December 19, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 922 on December 19, 2008.

$25,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5898: Subsidize photovoltaics 2007-2008
Give subsidies to solar cell makers.
   • House Roll Call 716 on September 10, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 535 on September 10, 2008.

$357,400,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 1267: Subsidies for solar cell maker 2007-2008
Authorize subsidies for Hemlock Semiconductor.
   • House Roll Call 694 on June 28, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 258 on April 24, 2008.

$120,000,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 1173: Subsidize film studios 2007-2008
Authorize subsidies for film production facilities.
   • House Roll Call 183 on March 18, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 180 on March 19, 2008.

$392,385,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5841: Film producer subsidies 2007-2008
Pay 42 percent of film producer expenses.
   • House Roll Call 146 on March 12, 2008.
   • Senate Roll Call 160 on March 20, 2008.

$15,200,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 944: Automaker R&D subsidy 2007-2008
Give GM, Chrysler and BMW a research facility subsidy.
   • House Roll Call 643 on December 13, 2007.
   • Senate Roll Call 546 on December 6, 2007.

$5,573,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 6118: Subsidies for three firms 2005-2006
Authorize subsidies for Mercedes, Eaton and Federal Mogul.
   • House Roll Call 1268 on December 13, 2006.
   • Senate Roll Call 776 on December 6, 2006.

$4,848,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5640: Stone Container Subsidies 2005-2006
Authorize subsidy for UP paper company.
   • House Roll Call 170 on March 9, 2006.
   • Senate Roll Call 227 on March 30, 2006.

$500,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5754: Subsidize ethanol 2005-2006
Subsidize gas station gasohol and biodiesel pumps.
   • House Roll Call 241 on March 16, 2006.
   • Senate Roll Call 502 on June 8, 2006.

$6,361,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5559: Subsidize Lansing drug maker 2005-2006
Authorize subsidies for the Bioport corporation.
   • House Roll Call 23 on January 26, 2006.
   • Senate Roll Call 55 on February 2, 2006.

$1,000,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5047: Create "21st Century Jobs Fund" 2005-2006
Authorize $1 billion in business subsidies and other favors.
   • House Roll Call 609 on November 10, 2005.
   • Senate Roll Call 576 on November 10, 2005.

$2,709,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 798: Authorize foundry subsidy 2005-2006
Authorize subsidies for a foundry in Cadillac.
   • House Roll Call 517 on October 18, 2005.
   • Senate Roll Call 464 on October 11, 2005.

$450,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5215: Subsidize venture capitalists 2005-2006
Authorize giving up to $450 million to venture capital investors.
   • House Roll Call 628 on November 10, 2005.
   • Senate Roll Call 487 on October 19, 2005.

$35,096,300 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 276: Strategic Fund budget 2005-2006
The annual budget for the state department in charge of giving subsidies and tax breaks to corporations and developers.
   • House Roll Call 459 on September 27, 2005.
   • Senate Roll Call 432 on September 21, 2005.

$68,128,100 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5521: Strategic Fund budget 2003-2004
The annual budget for the state department in charge of giving subsidies and tax breaks to particular corporations and developers.
   • House Roll Call 747 on September 8, 2004.
   • Senate Roll Call 627 on September 9, 2004.

$1,750,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 1396: Subsidies to Mason firm 2003-2004
Authorize subsidy for the Michigan Packaging company in Mason.
   • House Roll Call 855 on September 29, 2004.
   • Senate Roll Call 721 on October 5, 2004.

$65,490,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 824: Federal Mogul subsidies 2003-2004
To grant subsidies to the Federal Mogul company.
   • House Roll Call 242 on April 1, 2004.
   • Senate Roll Call 214 on April 1, 2004.

$150,000,000 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5322: Subsidize venture capitalists 2003-2004
Authorize giving up to $150 million to venture capital investors to offset losses in "early stage" projects.
   • House Roll Call 708 on December 10, 2003.
   • Senate Roll Call 659 on December 17, 2003.

$54,513,200 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 285: Strategic Fund budget 2003-2004
The annual budget for the state department in charge of giving subsidies and tax breaks to particular corporations and developers.
   • House Roll Call 233 on June 17, 2003.
   • Senate Roll Call 396 on July 16, 2003.

$28,524,386 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5255: Extend MEGA statute 2003-2004
Extend the Dec. 31, 2003 sunset of the Michigan Economic Growth Authority (MEGA) until Dec. 31, 2009.
   • House Roll Call 727 on December 10, 2003.
   • Senate Roll Call 698 on December 18, 2003.

$87,537,500 - Value in Dollars
House Bill 5643: Annual Strategic Fund budget 2001-2002
The annual budget for the state departments in charge of giving subsidies and tax breaks to particular corporations and developers, and state job training programs.
   • House Roll Call 934 on June 19, 2002.
   • Senate Roll Call 784 on June 27, 2002.

$18,700,000 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 516: Authorize hematite subsidies 2001-2002
Give subsidies for using low grade iron ore (hematite).
   • House Roll Call 825 on December 12, 2001.
   • Senate Roll Call 611 on December 13, 2001.

$118,046,200 - Value in Dollars
Senate Bill 232: Annual Strategic Fund budget 2001-2002
The annual budget for the state department in charge of giving subsidies and tax breaks to particular corporations and developers.
   • House Roll Call 341 on June 28, 2001.
   • Senate Roll Call 200 on June 26, 2001.

 

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