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House Roll Call 459 on
2005 Senate Bill 276: Appropriations: 2005-2006 DLEG budget

Passed 106 to 1 in the House on September 27, 2005.
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The House-Senate conference report for the Fiscal Year 2005-2006 Department of Labor and Economic Growth. This appropriates $1.273 billion in gross spending, compared to $1.241 billion, which was the FY 2004-2005 amount enrolled in 2004. Of this, $70.3 million will come from the general fund (funded by actual state tax revenues), compared to the FY 2004-2005 amount of $94.5 million. Another $329.8 million is from “restricted funds,” or earmarked tax and fee revenue, compared to $290.5 million the previous year. The budget does not contain $70 million from a proposed $1 billion bond proposal for “competitive edge technology” enterprises selected by government committees, but similar proposals are likely. Among many other things the bill cuts the Michigan Economic Development Corporation funding by $3 million, and prohibits the department from developing mandatory ergonomic rules.

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Democrat
98298%
1000%
1991%
52 total votes
Republican
94694%
1991%
3973%
58 total votes

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IN FAVOR

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Accavitti (D)Adamini (D)Anderson (D)Angerer (D)Bennett (D)
Bieda (D)Brown (D)Byrnes (D)Byrum (D)Cheeks (D)
Clack (D)Clemente (D)Condino (D)Cushingberry (D)Dillon (D)
Donigan (D)Espinoza (D)Farrah (D)Gillard (D)Gleason (D)
Hood (D)Hopgood (D)Hunter (D)Kehrl (D)Kolb (D)
Law, Kathleen (D)Leland (D)Lemmons, III (D)Lemmons, Jr. (D)Lipsey (D)
Mayes (D)McConico (D)McDowell (D)Meisner (D)Miller (D)
Murphy (D)Phillips (D)Plakas (D)Polidori (D)Sak (D)
Sheltrown (D)Smith, Alma (D)Smith, Virgil (D)Spade (D)Tobocman (D)
Vagnozzi (D)Waters (D)Whitmer (D)Williams (D)Wojno (D)
Zelenko (D)    

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Acciavatti (R)Amos (R)Ball (R)Baxter (R)Booher (R)
Brandenburg (R)Casperson (R)Caswell (R)Caul (R)DeRoche (R)
Drolet (R)Elsenheimer (R)Emmons (R)Farhat (R)Gaffney (R)
Green (R)Hansen (R)Hildenbrand (R)Hoogendyk (R)Huizenga (R)
Hummel (R)Hune (R)Jones, Rick (R)Kahn (R)Kooiman (R)
LaJoy (R)Law, David (R)Marleau (R)Meyer (R)Moolenaar (R)
Moore (R)Mortimer (R)Newell (R)Nitz (R)Nofs (R)
Palmer (R)Palsrok (R)Pastor (R)Pavlov (R)Pearce (R)
Proos (R)Robertson (R)Rocca (R)Schuitmaker (R)Shaffer (R)
Sheen (R)Stahl (R)Stakoe (R)Steil (R)Stewart (R)
Taub (R)Van Regenmorter (R)Vander Veen (R)Walker (R)Ward (R)


AGAINST

HOUSE DEMOCRATS
none

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Gosselin (R)


HOUSE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE

Garfield (R)Gonzales (D)Wenke (R)

HOUSE LEGISLATORS ORDERED BY NAME

Y    Accavitti (D-42)Y    Acciavatti (R-32)Y    Adamini (D-109)Y    Amos (R-43)
Y    Anderson (D-18)Y    Angerer (D-55)Y    Ball (R-85)Y    Baxter (R-64)
Y    Bennett (D-92)Y    Bieda (D-25)Y    Booher (R-102)Y    Brandenburg (R-24)
Y    Brown (D-110)Y    Byrnes (D-52)Y    Byrum (D-67)Y    Casperson (R-108)
Y    Caswell (R-58)Y    Caul (R-99)Y    Cheeks (D-6)Y    Clack (D-34)
Y    Clemente (D-14)Y    Condino (D-35)Y    Cushingberry (D-8)Y    DeRoche (R-38)
Y    Dillon (D-17)Y    Donigan (D-26)Y    Drolet (R-33)Y    Elsenheimer (R-105)
Y    Emmons (R-70)Y    Espinoza (D-83)Y    Farhat (R-91)Y    Farrah (D-13)
Y    Gaffney (R-1)  -  Garfield (R-45)Y    Gillard (D-106)Y    Gleason (D-48)
  -  Gonzales (D-49)  n  Gosselin (R-41)Y    Green (R-77)Y    Hansen (R-100)
Y    Hildenbrand (R-86)Y    Hood (D-11)Y    Hoogendyk (R-61)Y    Hopgood (D-22)
Y    Huizenga (R-90)Y    Hummel (R-93)Y    Hune (R-47)Y    Hunter (D-9)
Y    Jones, Rick (R-71)Y    Kahn (R-94)Y    Kehrl (D-56)Y    Kolb (D-53)
Y    Kooiman (R-75)Y    LaJoy (R-21)Y    Law, David (R-39)Y    Law, Kathleen (D-23)
Y    Leland (D-10)Y    Lemmons, III (D-3)Y    Lemmons, Jr. (D-2)Y    Lipsey (D-60)
Y    Marleau (R-46)Y    Mayes (D-96)Y    McConico (D-5)Y    McDowell (D-107)
Y    Meisner (D-27)Y    Meyer (R-84)Y    Miller (D-31)Y    Moolenaar (R-98)
Y    Moore (R-97)Y    Mortimer (R-65)Y    Murphy (D-68)Y    Newell (R-87)
Y    Nitz (R-78)Y    Nofs (R-62)Y    Palmer (R-36)Y    Palsrok (R-101)
Y    Pastor (R-19)Y    Pavlov (R-81)Y    Pearce (R-73)Y    Phillips (D-29)
Y    Plakas (D-16)Y    Polidori (D-15)Y    Proos (R-79)Y    Robertson (R-51)
Y    Rocca (R-30)Y    Sak (D-76)Y    Schuitmaker (R-80)Y    Shaffer (R-59)
Y    Sheen (R-88)Y    Sheltrown (D-103)Y    Smith, Alma (D-54)Y    Smith, Virgil (D-7)
Y    Spade (D-57)Y    Stahl (R-82)Y    Stakoe (R-44)Y    Steil (R-72)
Y    Stewart (R-20)Y    Taub (R-40)Y    Tobocman (D-12)Y    Vagnozzi (D-37)
Y    Van Regenmorter (R-74)Y    Vander Veen (R-89)Y    Walker (R-104)Y    Ward (R-66)
Y    Waters (D-4)  -  Wenke (R-63)Y    Whitmer (D-69)Y    Williams (D-95)
Y    Wojno (D-28)Y    Zelenko (D-50)  


House Roll Call 459 on 2005 Senate Bill 276

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