Passed 24 to 14 in the Senate on June 22, 2011, to cap the amount of state-owned Department of Natural Resources land at 4,650,000 acres, with some exceptions; require the DNR to post on its website how much land it owns; and require land the DNR received through the delinquent tax reversion process to be auctioned if it can't be sold within six months.
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The vote was 24 in favor, 14 against, and 0 not voting.
(Senate Roll Call 324)
Limit state government land ownership
|Booher (R)||Brandenburg (R)||Casperson (R)||Caswell (R)||Colbeck (R)|
|Emmons (R)||Green (R)||Hansen (R)||Hildenbrand (R)||Hune (R)|
|Jansen (R)||Jones (R)||Kahn (R)||Kowall (R)||Marleau (R)|
|Meekhof (R)||Moolenaar (R)||Nofs (R)||Pappageorge (R)||Pavlov (R)|
|Proos (R)||Richardville (R)||Robertson (R)||Rocca (R)|
|Anderson (D)||Bieda (D)||Gleason (D)||Gregory (D)||Hood (D)|
|Hopgood (D)||Hunter (D)||Johnson (D)||Smith (D)||Warren (D)|
|Whitmer (D)||Young (D)|
|Schuitmaker (R)||Walker (R)|
SENATE LEGISLATORS ALL VOTES
|n Anderson (D)||n Bieda (D)||Y Booher (R)||Y Brandenburg (R)||Y Casperson (R)|
|Y Caswell (R)||Y Colbeck (R)||Y Emmons (R)||n Gleason (D)||Y Green (R)|
|n Gregory (D)||Y Hansen (R)||Y Hildenbrand (R)||n Hood (D)||n Hopgood (D)|
|Y Hune (R)||n Hunter (D)||Y Jansen (R)||n Johnson (D)||Y Jones (R)|
|Y Kahn (R)||Y Kowall (R)||Y Marleau (R)||Y Meekhof (R)||Y Moolenaar (R)|
|Y Nofs (R)||Y Pappageorge (R)||Y Pavlov (R)||Y Proos (R)||Y Richardville (R)|
|Y Robertson (R)||Y Rocca (R)||n Schuitmaker (R)||n Smith (D)||n Walker (R)|
|n Warren (D)||n Whitmer (D)||n Young (D)|
Senate Roll Call 324 on 2011 Senate Bill 248
2) Re: 2011 Senate Bill 248 (Limit state government land ownership ) by victor88 on September 15, 2012
3) Re: 2011 Senate Bill 248 (Limit state government land ownership ) by shotgun kennel on January 26, 2012
This is not a Bad bill it is muche worse than that. I do not want decreased outdoor opportunities on public land I would like to see the opportunities increase. This is especially true in Souther Lower Michigan. Big money buys large tracts and eliminates access.
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