MI State Legislators’ Vote Report, 06-17-22


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How your Representatives and Senators in Lansing not too long ago voted. Contact data is included on the finish.

MichiganVotes Weekly Report: June 17, 2022

Home Invoice 4996: Require governor announce legislative emptiness election date inside 30 days Handed 23 to 14 within the Senate on June 15, 2022

To require the governor to announce the election dates to fill a emptiness within the legislature inside 30 days of the seat turning into open.

Sure: Irwin (D), Theis (R)

No: Hertel (D)

Senate Invoice 744: Authorize subsidies to transport and port pursuits Handed 37 to 0 within the Senate on June 15, 2022

So as to add a selective state subsidy program that might give non-public builders and companies $2.5 million in “Nice Lakes Maritime” grants for a wide range of enhancements and makes use of associated to port amenities, together with pursuing extra enterprise.

Sure: Hertel (D), Irwin (D), Theis (R)

Home Invoice 4884: Revise governor removing of corrupt or neglectful faculty board members Handed 61 to 43 within the Home on June 14, 2022

To revise provisions of the state faculty code that prescribe a course of for a governor exercising the authority granted by the state structure to take away a neighborhood public official from workplace, in instances when that official is faculty board member or intermediate faculty board member. Home Invoice 4883 would amend the method for eradicating different native officers, which is permitted for neglect, corruption or malfeasance.

No: Bollin (R), Brabec (D), Hope (D), Lasinski (D), Rahbi (D)

Home Invoice 4416: Take away restrictive covenants from condominium and house owner affiliation deeds Handed 105 to 0 within the Home on June 15, 2022

To make it illegal to report within the county deeds workplace a property house owners’ or condominium affiliation’s governing paperwork that comprise a “restrictive covenant” that violates the federal Civil Rights Act, and set up that present ones are void and unenforceable. The invoice would additionally require associations that obtain a member request to delete the restrictive covenants to behave on it, and empower courts to implement this.

Sure: Bollin (R), Brabec (D), Hope (D), Lasinski (D), Rahbi (D)

Home Invoice 5560: Revise home violence confidentiality element Handed 105 to 0 within the Home on June 15, 2022

To ascertain {that a} police officer or a prosecuting legal professional might present a home or sexual violence service company with the title and pertinent data of a sufferer of home violence for the aim of providing supportive companies.

Sure: Bollin (R), Brabec (D), Hope (D), Lasinski (D), Rahbi (D)

Home Invoice 6013: Give academics stipend for “mentoring” colleagues Handed 101 to 4 within the Home on June 15, 2022

To present $1,000 annual stipends to public faculty “mentor academics” as outlined within the invoice, and likewise give $90 every day stipends to potential academics who’re filling the instructor licensure requirement to acquire a prescribed quantity “apprenticeship and internship” hours.

Sure: Bollin (R), Brabec (D), Hope (D), Lasinski (D), Rahbi (D)

Home Invoice 6108: Elevate age to purchase tobacco Handed 79 to 26 within the Home on June 15, 2022

To lift the minimal age to purchase tobacco in Michigan, from 18 to 21.

Sure: Brabec (D), Hope (D), Lasinski (D), Rahbi (D)

No: Bollin (R)

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State Representatives

Donna Lasinski (D) District 52 (Dexter, Chelsea, Saline, Scio, Manchester) 517 373 0828 donnalasinski@home.mi.gov

Yousef Rabhi (D) District 53 (Ann Arbor) 517 373 2577 yousefrabhi@home.mi.gov

Felicia Brabec (D) District 55 (Pittsfield, York, Barton Hills) 517 373 1792 FeliciaBrabec@home.mi.gov

Kara Hope (D) District 67 (Stockbridge) 517 373 0587 KaraHope@home.mi.gov

Ann Bollin (R) District 42 (Pinckney, Hamburg) 517 373 1784 AnnBollin@home.mi.gov

State Senators

Lana Theis (R) District 22 (Chelsea, Dexter, Manchester, Hamburg) 517 373 2420 SenLTheis@senate.michigan.gov

Jeff Irwin (D) District 18 (Ann Arbor, Saline, Pittsfield, York) 517 373 2406 senjirwin@senate.michigan.gov

Curtis Hertel Jr. (D) District 23 (Stockbridge) 517 373 1734 senchertel@senate.michigan.gov


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