Passed 59 to 45 in the House on April 27, 2010, to increase school employee contribution to their post-retirement benefits by 3 percent, and use the money to pay for retiree health care benefits, rather than bolster the underfunded pension fund or reduce school district contributions (as passed by the Senate). It would also increase by 13.3 percent the cash pension benefits of certain school employees who retire by July 1 (twice the amount the governor proposed); force all charter school employees into the conventional schools' traditional pension system; and allow some "retired" teachers to collect a pension while continuing to work. Finally, a slightly less generous system for new hires proposed by the Governor is not included in the House version. More details here.
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The vote was 59 in favor, 45 against, and 5 not voting.
(House Roll Call 154)
Revise school pensions; authorize early-out benefit "sweetener"
|Angerer (D)||Barnett (D)||Bauer (D)||Bennett (D)||Brown, L. (D)|
|Brown, T. (D)||Byrnes (D)||Byrum (D)||Clemente (D)||Constan (D)|
|Corriveau (D)||Cushingberry (D)||Dean (D)||Dillon (D)||Donigan (D)|
|Durhal (D)||Ebli (D)||Espinoza (D)||Geiss (D)||Gonzales (D)|
|Gregory (D)||Griffin (D)||Hammel (D)||Haugh (D)||Huckleberry (D)|
|Johnson (D)||Jones, Robert (D)||Kandrevas (D)||Kennedy (D)||Lahti (D)|
|Leland (D)||Lemmons (D)||Lindberg (D)||Liss (D)||Mayes (D)|
|McDowell (D)||Meadows (D)||Melton (D)||Miller (D)||Nathan (D)|
|Nerat (D)||Neumann (D)||Roberts (D)||Schmidt, R. (D)||Scott, B. (D)|
|Scripps (D)||Segal (D)||Sheltrown (D)||Slavens (D)||Slezak (D)|
|Smith (D)||Spade (D)||Stanley (D)||Switalski (D)||Tlaib (D)|
|Valentine (D)||Womack (D)||Young (D)|
|Bledsoe (D)||Haase (D)||Jackson (D)||LeBlanc (D)||Lipton (D)|
|Agema (R)||Amash (R)||Ball (R)||Bolger (R)||Booher (R)|
|Caul (R)||Crawford (R)||Daley (R)||Denby (R)||DeShazor (R)|
|Elsenheimer (R)||Genetski (R)||Green (R)||Haines (R)||Hansen (R)|
|Haveman (R)||Hildenbrand (R)||Horn (R)||Jones, Rick (R)||Knollenberg (R)|
|Kowall (R)||Kurtz (R)||Lori (R)||Lund (R)||McMillin (R)|
|Meekhof (R)||Meltzer (R)||Moss (R)||Opsommer (R)||Pavlov (R)|
|Pearce (R)||Proos (R)||Rogers (R)||Schmidt, W. (R)||Schuitmaker (R)|
|Scott, P. (R)||Stamas (R)||Tyler (R)||Walsh (R)|
HOUSE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE
|Calley (R)||Coulouris (D)||Marleau (R)||Moore (R)||Polidori (D)|
HOUSE LEGISLATORS ALL VOTES
|n Agema (R)||n Amash (R)||Y Angerer (D)||n Ball (R)||Y Barnett (D)|
|Y Bauer (D)||Y Bennett (D)||n Bledsoe (D)||n Bolger (R)||n Booher (R)|
|Y Brown, L. (D)||Y Brown, T. (D)||Y Byrnes (D)||Y Byrum (D)||- Calley (R)|
|n Caul (R)||Y Clemente (D)||Y Constan (D)||Y Corriveau (D)||- Coulouris (D)|
|n Crawford (R)||Y Cushingberry (D)||n Daley (R)||Y Dean (D)||n Denby (R)|
|n DeShazor (R)||Y Dillon (D)||Y Donigan (D)||Y Durhal (D)||Y Ebli (D)|
|n Elsenheimer (R)||Y Espinoza (D)||Y Geiss (D)||n Genetski (R)||Y Gonzales (D)|
|n Green (R)||Y Gregory (D)||Y Griffin (D)||n Haase (D)||n Haines (R)|
|Y Hammel (D)||n Hansen (R)||Y Haugh (D)||n Haveman (R)||n Hildenbrand (R)|
|n Horn (R)||Y Huckleberry (D)||n Jackson (D)||Y Johnson (D)||n Jones, Rick (R)|
|Y Jones, Robert (D)||Y Kandrevas (D)||Y Kennedy (D)||n Knollenberg (R)||n Kowall (R)|
|n Kurtz (R)||Y Lahti (D)||n LeBlanc (D)||Y Leland (D)||Y Lemmons (D)|
|Y Lindberg (D)||n Lipton (D)||Y Liss (D)||n Lori (R)||n Lund (R)|
|- Marleau (R)||Y Mayes (D)||Y McDowell (D)||n McMillin (R)||Y Meadows (D)|
|n Meekhof (R)||Y Melton (D)||n Meltzer (R)||Y Miller (D)||- Moore (R)|
|n Moss (R)||Y Nathan (D)||Y Nerat (D)||Y Neumann (D)||n Opsommer (R)|
|n Pavlov (R)||n Pearce (R)||- Polidori (D)||n Proos (R)||Y Roberts (D)|
|Y Rocca (R)||n Rogers (R)||Y Schmidt, R. (D)||n Schmidt, W. (R)||n Schuitmaker (R)|
|Y Scott, B. (D)||n Scott, P. (R)||Y Scripps (D)||Y Segal (D)||Y Sheltrown (D)|
|Y Slavens (D)||Y Slezak (D)||Y Smith (D)||Y Spade (D)||n Stamas (R)|
|Y Stanley (D)||Y Switalski (D)||Y Tlaib (D)||n Tyler (R)||Y Valentine (D)|
|n Walsh (R)||n Warren (D)||Y Womack (D)||Y Young (D)|
House Roll Call 154 on 2010 Senate Bill 1227
WELL THE FUTURE is HERE. BIG 20 X 20 yard TV screen in ALL classroom in Michigan(America) . All children learn the same subject . langauge(children in Egyt 7 years old learn french, english and spanish) all classes are from 9-4PM with gym. swim etc.. ON saturday tour to science centers ,museum , harbor, parks , children go green (gardeing) etc...There will be less homework Children mark there card(sheet) and will be graded by the "machine(like the votersbox on electionday)NO longer will there be favorish, etc...
The" Teacher" basicly have over side.....so no nedd for endless "homework for the teacher or parents)..
HINT for the SCHOOL replace Light bulbs with the "NEW(been out for over tenyears )save MONEY 5-7 years on and used less Energy...NO heat in april..Open windows (clean) let the sunshine in.Free healthcare for teacher that stay under 150 puonds of bodyweigth> NO more cupcakes or birthday cakes (Only fresh FOOD) also in cafeteria.etc
WE ARE ALL EQUALL HA HA HA..CHARTERSCHOOLS over 250 in michigan... HOMESCHOOLING ...teacher like all workers "work to 67 years of age and then you can retire..
CUT THE TEACHERS LOOSE..then can have there "OWN" retirement and healths plans.We have the finaincial instituts that are more then happy to take there Money and invest..at the least a OLDFashion "savings acount" will do the trick..And national health insurance for all.....so the teacher wont have to pay for other poeple...plus eating healthy ..go green. plant a garden.etc.walk .will make you "free" from Healthcare(reallySICKCARE).