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2011 House Bill 4325: Appropriations: K-12, colleges and universities (Senate Roll Call 258)
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Passed 21 to 17 in the Senate on May 26, 2011.
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The vote was 21 in favor, 17 against, and 0 not voting.
(Senate Roll Call 258)

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12 total votes
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26 total votes

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Appropriations: K-12, colleges and universities

IN FAVOR

SENATE DEMOCRATS
none

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Booher (R)Brandenburg (R)Casperson (R)Colbeck (R)Emmons (R)
Green (R)Hildenbrand (R)Hune (R)Jansen (R)Kahn (R)
Kowall (R)Marleau (R)Meekhof (R)Moolenaar (R)Pappageorge (R)
Pavlov (R)Proos (R)Richardville (R)Robertson (R)Schuitmaker (R)
Walker (R)    


AGAINST

SENATE DEMOCRATS

Anderson (D)Bieda (D)Gleason (D)Gregory (D)Hood (D)
Hopgood (D)Hunter (D)Johnson (D)Smith (D)Warren (D)
Whitmer (D)Young (D)   

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Caswell (R)Hansen (R)Jones (R)Nofs (R)Rocca (R)




SENATE LEGISLATORS ALL VOTES

  n  Anderson (D)  n  Bieda (D)Y    Booher (R)Y    Brandenburg (R)Y    Casperson (R)
  n  Caswell (R)Y    Colbeck (R)Y    Emmons (R)  n  Gleason (D)Y    Green (R)
  n  Gregory (D)  n  Hansen (R)Y    Hildenbrand (R)  n  Hood (D)  n  Hopgood (D)
Y    Hune (R)  n  Hunter (D)Y    Jansen (R)  n  Johnson (D)  n  Jones (R)
Y    Kahn (R)Y    Kowall (R)Y    Marleau (R)Y    Meekhof (R)Y    Moolenaar (R)
  n  Nofs (R)Y    Pappageorge (R)Y    Pavlov (R)Y    Proos (R)Y    Richardville (R)
Y    Robertson (R)  n  Rocca (R)Y    Schuitmaker (R)  n  Smith (D)Y    Walker (R)
  n  Warren (D)  n  Whitmer (D)  n  Young (D)  

Senate Roll Call 258 on 2011 House Bill 4325

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Re: 2011 House Bill 4325 (Appropriations: K-12, colleges and universities )  by marcysmith on January 6, 2013 
Public schools across the country, struggling with cuts in state funding, rising personnel costs and lower tax revenues, are shifting costs to busy students and their parents by imposing or boosting fees for everything from enrolling in honors English to riding the bus. At high schools in several states, it can cost more than $200 just to walk in the door, thanks to registration fees, technology fees and unspecified "instructional fees."

Re: 2011 House Bill 4325 (Appropriations: K-12, colleges and universities )  by mregen on December 6, 2012 
Michigan also has more than 60 independent colleges, universities and an online college that enrolled nearly 88,000 students last year, but these institutions do not receive state funds. The Michigan Constitution grants to the public university boards of control autonomy in all decisions regarding the institutions’ operations and policies.

Re: 2011 House Bill 4325 (Appropriations: K-12, colleges and universities )  by marcysmith on September 21, 2012 
Today, most governments recognize the importance of public health programs or special education degrees in reducing the incidence disease, disability, and the effects of aging and other physical and mental health conditions, although public health generally receives significantly less government funding compared with medicine. In recent years, public health programs providing vaccinations have made incredible strides in promoting health, including the eradication of smallpox, a disease that plagued humanity for thousands of years.

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