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House Roll Call 934 on
2002 House Bill 5643

Passed 55 to 48 in the House on June 19, 2002.
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The House-Senate conference report for the FY 2002-2003 Department of Career Development and the Michigan Strategic Fund budgets. This appropriates $605.9 million in adjusted gross spending (funded from all sources, including special state restricted fund and federal pass-through dollars, minus interdepartmental transfers), compared to $706.2 million, which was the FY 2001-2002 amount enacted in 2001, excluding any supplemental appropriations. Of this, $64.5 million will come from the General Fund (funded by actual state tax revenues), compared to the current year’s $91.0 million. The conference report includes a number of specific line item cuts, but states that these would restored if a tobacco tax is approved. It also provides for a one percent department-wide operational expenses cut, with the specifics to be determined by the department, and reflects savings to come from a state employee early retirement pension enhancement program. There are actual cuts in some programs funded by the budget, and some funding source shifts from state to federal dollars.

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1000%
94694%
5955%
51 total votes
Republican
94694%
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58 total votes

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IN FAVOR

HOUSE DEMOCRATS
none

HOUSE REPUBLICANS

Allen (R)Birkholz (R)Bisbee (R)Bishop (R)Bradstreet (R)
Brown, C. (R)Cassis (R)Caul (R)DeRossett (R)DeVuyst (R)
DeWeese (R)Drolet (R)Ehardt (R)Faunce (R)George (R)
Gilbert (R)Godchaux (R)Gosselin (R)Hager (R)Hart (R)
Howell (R)Hummel (R)Jelinek (R)Johnson, Rick (R)Johnson, Ruth (R)
Julian (R)Koetje (R)Kooiman (R)Kowall (R)Kuipers (R)
LaSata (R)Mead (R)Meyer (R)Middaugh (R)Mortimer (R)
Newell (R)Palmer (R)Pappageorge (R)Patterson (R)Pumford (R)
Raczkowski (R)Richardville (R)Richner (R)Rocca (R)Scranton (R)
Shackleton (R)Shulman (R)Stamas (R)Stewart (R)Tabor (R)
Van Woerkom (R)Vander Roest (R)Vander Veen (R)Vear (R)Voorhees (R)


AGAINST

HOUSE DEMOCRATS

Adamini (D)Anderson (D)Basham (D)Bernero (D)Bogardus (D)
Bovin (D)Brown, B. (D)Brown, R. (D)Callahan (D)Clark (D)
Clarke (D)Daniels (D)Dennis (D)Frank (D)Garza (D)
Gieleghem (D)Hale (D)Hansen (D)Hardman (D)Jacobs (D)
Jamnick (D)Kolb (D)Lipsey (D)Lockwood (D)Mans (D)
McConico (D)Minore (D)Murphy (D)Neumann (D)O'Neil (D)
Phillips (D)Plakas (D)Quarles (D)Reeves (D)Rison (D)
Rivet (D)Schauer (D)Sheltrown (D)Spade (D)Stallworth (D)
Switalski (D)Thomas (D)Waters (D)Whitmer (D)Williams (D)
Wojno (D)Woodward (D)Zelenko (D)  

HOUSE REPUBLICANS
none


HOUSE LEGISLATORS WHO DID NOT VOTE

Jansen (R)Lemmons (D)Pestka (D)Schermesser (D)Toy (R)
Woronchak (R)    

HOUSE LEGISLATORS ORDERED BY NAME

  n  Adamini (D-109)Y    Allen (R-104)  n  Anderson (D-18)  n  Basham (D-22)
  n  Bernero (D-68)Y    Birkholz (R-88)Y    Bisbee (R-64)Y    Bishop (R-45)
  n  Bogardus (D-47)  n  Bovin (D-108)Y    Bradstreet (R-105)  n  Brown, B. (D-16)
Y    Brown, C. (R-59)  n  Brown, R. (D-110)  n  Callahan (D-26)Y    Cassis (R-38)
Y    Caul (R-99)  n  Clark (D-11)  n  Clarke (D-7)  n  Daniels (D-5)
  n  Dennis (D-92)Y    DeRossett (R-55)Y    DeVuyst (R-93)Y    DeWeese (R-67)
Y    Drolet (R-33)Y    Ehardt (R-83)Y    Faunce (R-29)  n  Frank (D-96)
  n  Garza (D-8)Y    George (R-61)  n  Gieleghem (D-31)Y    Gilbert (R-82)
Y    Godchaux (R-40)Y    Gosselin (R-42)Y    Hager (R-81)  n  Hale (D-14)
  n  Hansen (D-52)  n  Hardman (D-3)Y    Hart (R-73)Y    Howell (R-94)
Y    Hummel (R-86)  n  Jacobs (D-35)  n  Jamnick (D-54)  -  Jansen (R-72)
Y    Jelinek (R-78)Y    Johnson, Rick (R-102)Y    Johnson, Ruth (R-46)Y    Julian (R-85)
Y    Koetje (R-74)  n  Kolb (D-53)Y    Kooiman (R-75)Y    Kowall (R-44)
Y    Kuipers (R-90)Y    LaSata (R-79)  -  Lemmons (D-2)  n  Lipsey (D-60)
  n  Lockwood (D-51)  n  Mans (D-23)  n  McConico (D-6)Y    Mead (R-101)
Y    Meyer (R-84)Y    Middaugh (R-80)  n  Minore (D-49)Y    Mortimer (R-65)
  n  Murphy (D-69)  n  Neumann (D-106)Y    Newell (R-87)  n  O'Neil (D-24)
Y    Palmer (R-32)Y    Pappageorge (R-41)Y    Patterson (R-21)  -  Pestka (D-76)
  n  Phillips (D-43)  n  Plakas (D-17)Y    Pumford (R-100)  n  Quarles (D-36)
Y    Raczkowski (R-37)  n  Reeves (D-13)Y    Richardville (R-56)Y    Richner (R-1)
  n  Rison (D-48)  n  Rivet (D-97)Y    Rocca (R-30)  n  Schauer (D-62)
  -  Schermesser (D-25)Y    Scranton (R-66)Y    Shackleton (R-107)  n  Sheltrown (D-103)
Y    Shulman (R-39)  n  Spade (D-57)  n  Stallworth (D-12)Y    Stamas (R-98)
Y    Stewart (R-20)  n  Switalski (D-27)Y    Tabor (R-71)  n  Thomas (D-10)
  -  Toy (R-19)Y    Van Woerkom (R-91)Y    Vander Roest (R-63)Y    Vander Veen (R-89)
Y    Vear (R-58)Y    Voorhees (R-77)  n  Waters (D-4)  n  Whitmer (D-70)
  n  Williams (D-95)  n  Wojno (D-28)  n  Woodward (D-34)  -  Woronchak (R-15)
  n  Zelenko (D-50)   


House Roll Call 934 on 2002 House Bill 5643

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