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Senate Roll Call 225 on
2018 Senate Bill 897: Impose work requirement on able-bodied Medicaid recipients

Passed 26 to 11 in the Senate on April 19, 2018.
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To require state welfare officials to seek a federal “waiver” that would allow requiring able-bodied individuals enrolled in the Medicaid expansion authorized by the federal health care law to work at least 29 hours a week, or be in school, job-training or volunteer work. The bill authorizes exceptions for a parent with children under age six, individuals getting disability benefits, a disabled person's caretaker, and more.

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IN FAVOR

SENATE DEMOCRATS
none

SENATE REPUBLICANS

Booher (R)Brandenburg (R)Casperson (R)Colbeck (R)Emmons (R)
Green (R)Hansen (R)Hildenbrand (R)Horn (R)Hune (R)
Jones (R)Knollenberg (R)Kowall (R)MacGregor (R)Marleau (R)
Meekhof (R)Nofs (R)Pavlov (R)Proos (R)Robertson (R)
Rocca (R)Schmidt (R)Schuitmaker (R)Shirkey (R)Stamas (R)
Zorn (R)    


AGAINST

SENATE DEMOCRATS

Ananich (D)Bieda (D)Conyers (D)Gregory (D)Hertel (D)
Hood (D)Hopgood (D)Knezek (D)Warren (D)Young (D)

SENATE REPUBLICANS

O'Brien (R)


SENATE LEGISLATORS ORDERED BY NAME

  n  Ananich (D-27)  n  Bieda (D-9)Y    Booher (R-35)Y    Brandenburg (R-8)
Y    Casperson (R-38)Y    Colbeck (R-7)  n  Conyers (D-4)Y    Emmons (R-33)
Y    Green (R-31)  n  Gregory (D-11)Y    Hansen (R-34)  n  Hertel (D-23)
Y    Hildenbrand (R-29)  n  Hood (D-3)  n  Hopgood (D-6)Y    Horn (R-32)
Y    Hune (R-22)Y    Jones (R-24)  n  Knezek (D-5)Y    Knollenberg (R-13)
Y    Kowall (R-15)Y    MacGregor (R-28)Y    Marleau (R-12)Y    Meekhof (R-30)
Y    Nofs (R-19)  n  O'Brien (R-20)Y    Pavlov (R-25)Y    Proos (R-21)
Y    Robertson (R-14)Y    Rocca (R-10)Y    Schmidt (R-37)Y    Schuitmaker (R-26)
Y    Shirkey (R-16)Y    Stamas (R-36)  n  Warren (D-18)  n  Young (D-1)
Y    Zorn (R-17)   


Senate Roll Call 225 on 2018 Senate Bill 897