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2008 Senate Bill 1370: Revise billboard moratorium details (Senate Roll Call 492)
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Passed 30 to 7 in the Senate on June 27, 2008, to establish a $5,000 cap on the annual fines and fees assessed against any one billboard; clarify that certain billboards that met existing standards when a state moratorium went into effect in 2006 are “grandfathered”; and allow certain improvements in the sign structures of these. Also, to exempt service club and religious sign less than eight square feet in area from the moratorium; and reduce the distance between allowable signs.
View All of Senate Bill 1370: History, Amendments & Comments 

The vote was 30 in favor, 7 against, and 1 not voting.
(Senate Roll Call 492 at Senate Journal 66)

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Vote
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Against Against
Not Voting Not Voting
 Undecided
Republican
95595%
4964%
1000%
21 total votes
Democrat
584258%
356535%
5955%
17 total votes

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Revise billboard moratorium details

IN FAVOR

SENATE DEMOCRATS

Barcia (D)Clarke (D)Gleason (D)Hunter (D)Jacobs (D)
Olshove (D)Prusi (D)Schauer (D)Switalski (D)Thomas (D)

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Allen (R)Birkholz (R)Bishop (R)Brown (R)Cassis (R)
Cropsey (R)Garcia (R)George (R)Gilbert (R)Hardiman (R)
Jansen (R)Jelinek (R)Kahn (R)Kuipers (R)McManus (R)
Patterson (R)Richardville (R)Sanborn (R)Stamas (R)Van Woerkom (R)


AGAINST

SENATE DEMOCRATS

Anderson (D)Basham (D)Brater (D)Cherry (D)Clark-Coleman (D)
Scott (D)    

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Pappageorge (R)


SENATE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE

Whitmer (D)



SENATE LEGISLATORS ALL VOTES

Y    Allen (R)  n  Anderson (D)Y    Barcia (D)  n  Basham (D)Y    Birkholz (R)
Y    Bishop (R)  n  Brater (D)Y    Brown (R)Y    Cassis (R)  n  Cherry (D)
  n  Clark-Coleman (D)Y    Clarke (D)Y    Cropsey (R)Y    Garcia (R)Y    George (R)
Y    Gilbert (R)Y    Gleason (D)Y    Hardiman (R)Y    Hunter (D)Y    Jacobs (D)
Y    Jansen (R)Y    Jelinek (R)Y    Kahn (R)Y    Kuipers (R)Y    McManus (R)
Y    Olshove (D)  n  Pappageorge (R)Y    Patterson (R)Y    Prusi (D)Y    Richardville (R)
Y    Sanborn (R)Y    Schauer (D)  n  Scott (D)Y    Stamas (R)Y    Switalski (D)
Y    Thomas (D)Y    Van Woerkom (R)  -  Whitmer (D)  

Senate Roll Call 492 on 2008 Senate Bill 1370

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Comments

Re: It's My Property, not the state's  by crazycajun on January 23, 2009 

 so.... when is she GOING TO START?????


she's done NOTHING so far... and i'm not real enthusiastic about her doing ANYTHING ANYTIME SOON.


yes, it's a pattern. the democrats were in charge for over forty years, and they did nothing then, they still do nothing. at least obama is making a good show out of ATTEMPTING change.



Re: It's My Property, not the state's  by jmangan on January 23, 2009 

She's had to try and clean up the mess Engler left her, like Obama has to try and clean up the mess Bush left. I see a pattern here.



Re: It's My Property, not the state's  by crazycajun on January 23, 2009 

 we've had a democrat in the mansion for eight years, she's had that long to prove YOUR method works. we were in a ONE STATE DEPRESSION for a lot longer than the current 'economic crisis'.


i'd say HER chance to prove YOUR WAY WORKS is long past.


 



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