Jan. 27, 2012 Weekly Roll Call Report

Note: There will be no roll call report next week. Any noteworthy votes next week will be included in the Feb. 10 roll call report.

Y = Yes, N = No, X = Not Voting


Senate Bill 204, Eliminate county commissioner vacancy special election requirement: Passed 26 to 12 in the Senate
To eliminate a requirement that a special election must be held when a county commissioner vacancy occurs during an odd numbered year. Under current law, special elections already are not required if the vacancy occurs in an even-nubered year (a regular election year, that is).

Who Voted "Yes and Who Voted "No"


Senate Bill 721, Impose "plastic bulk merchandise container” transaction regulations: Passed 38 to 0 in the Senate
To impose new recordkeeping and other regulations on the buying and selling of 10 or more "plastic bulk merchandise containers” such as those used by soft drink and bread manufacturers. Reportedly, people steal these and sell them to plastics recyclers.

Who Voted "Yes and Who Voted "No"


House Bill 4658, Repeal prison store sales tax exemption: Passed 93 to 13 in the House
To eliminate the sales tax exemption on purchases by prisoners at prison stores.

Who Voted "Yes and Who Voted "No"


House Bill 4116, Require review and posting of state agreements with feds: Passed 106 to 0 in the House
To require that before entering any memorandum of understanding, agreement, compact, or similar binding agreement between this state and the federal government or another state, a state agency must assert that the agreement does not violate the state constitution, and does not exceed the authority granted to the agency by the legislature. Information on each agreement would also be posted on a state web site. A requirement that the Attorney General approve each agreement was not included in the final bill.

Who Voted "Yes and Who Voted "No"


House Bill 4653, Ban office-holder names on election materials: Passed 106 to 0 in the House
To prohibit the name of an elected or appointed official from being printed on any election-related material that is posted, displayed, or distributed in a polling place on election day, subject to fines of $100 to $250. House Bill 4656 would apply the prohibition to absentee ballot materials given or mailed to a voter, and passed by the same margin.

Who Voted "Yes and Who Voted "No"


Senate Bill 130, Ban drivers license renewal if three unpaid parking tickets: Passed 58 to 48 in the House
To reduce the number of unpaid parking tickets a person can have before the Secretary of State will not renew a driver license from six to three, which then requires paying an additional $45 "clearance fee." This vote sends the bill to the Governor for signature or veto.

Who Voted "Yes and Who Voted "No"


Posted Jan 27 2012, 04:32 PM by admin5


royking wrote re: Jan. 27, 2012 Weekly Roll Call Report
on 02-14-2012 8:36 PM

michigan drivers responability act....looking over seas....is what alot of people like to do..for freedom,,this law has more meaning than some can see other wise..stop at dictorship for one.....let them  think it is for  there own good and for thie   state roadways...i have watch this for years..thats joke one!!!  should it get removed are voted on DELAY til some voting day..Are someone lose there office are post.in MICHIGAN. Are land holdings  for a casino????However have the treasury department collect as much of this money (as can legaly) this was to improve crime so more csaes could make us  rich and only hire for the kick backs.And it only breaks the poor,whom can't and will not have the FUNDS to stay ahead....way to go....ways and means......on this,i have the the book.How to break a state and get rich and have fun doing it,and take your friends and family..and to help out more so hire  out of state works who even have direct family owners union are not.Now thats good gov..Next i have wondered ,how they going to get the other police in  HERE...For the casino deals........To clean up for the ones that do not want to sell...hear we go for the unemployed hitman...THIS IS LANSING BEST.for you good law keey god people   April is the start date for this.Hey it legal too...pay millions toget crooked.money management sucks,pay millions to lose millions.,and when they get short give them  a case.and start over legally.no accounting,only what you want known....gov. is good 369 million dollars and tell the watcher you giving 100.000oo to the fire department,i want to be save to ,and i see stars too.jenny got good book.someone to pick up where she left off.By the way ,I m good.school and college ,accounting payes GOOD with extra booking..having the law in the hip  pocket is sweet.they inline for the extra cash.keep 30% of pre-plannded raids.and gets to kill the person  whom killed the owner of the property for the new casino..this city have furture plan's......well in advance!!!!!     NOTICED

lamxung wrote re: Jan. 27, 2012 Weekly Roll Call Report
on 06-11-2012 12:52 AM

thank very muich!

Fendy wrote re: Jan. 27, 2012 Weekly Roll Call Report
on 08-31-2012 7:43 PM

Josh - Hey so because I was under age by five skntniig months does that still go for me about not being able to talk(argues more like it for me lol) for four years or is there exceptions for my case ? lol

Ayue wrote re: Jan. 27, 2012 Weekly Roll Call Report
on 09-03-2012 1:57 AM

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crork wrote re: Jan. 27, 2012 Weekly Roll Call Report
on 11-10-2012 1:58 PM

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