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MIRS News House Scorecard for 2018

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The most liberal and conservative members of the House in 2018.

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73%Marino, Steve  (term)R ××××××××××××××
73%Rendon, Daire  (term)R ××××××××××××××
72%McCready, Michael  (term)R XX××××××××××××××
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69%Brann, Tommy  (term)R ××××××××××××××××
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21%Guerra, Vanessa  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
21%Hoadley, Jon  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
21%Moss, Jeremy  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
21%Robinson, Rose Mary  (term)D ×XXXXXXXXX×××××××××××××XXX×X××××××××××××××××
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19%Chang, Stephanie  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
19%Geiss, Erika  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
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18%Love, Leslie  (term)D ×XXXXXXXXXXX××××××××××××X××××××X×××××××××××××
17%Pagan, Kristy  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
17%Singh, Sam  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
17%Sowerby, William  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
17%Yancey, Tenisha  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
16%Ellison, Jim  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××XX××××××
15%LaGrand, David  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
15%Peterson, Ronnie  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
13%Hammoud, Abdullah  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
12%Garrett, LaTanya  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
12%Santana, Sylvia  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
10%Anthony, Sarah  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
10%Rabhi, Yousef  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
8%Gay-Dagnogo, Sherry  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××XX×××××××××××××××××××××××××
8%Wittenberg, Robert  (term)D ××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××
6%Cochran, Tom  (term)D ×××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××××

Legend:   Correct,  × Incorrect,  F Chamber failed to hold vote,  E Excused,  X Not Voting,  ? Ideal Vote not set,   No vote in this chamber

 

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Senate Bill 1225: Private Contractors Get Pension
1. SB 1225, sponsored by Sen. Mike [SHIRKEY] (R-ClarkLake), Roll Call 922, allows retired school employees hired by a private contractor to be a janitor, food or bus driver to collect both a paycheck and their school pension. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 922 on Dec. 6, 2018.

House Bill 6595: 15% On Petitions
2. HB 6595, sponsored by Rep. James [LOWER] (R-Cedar Lake), Roll Call 1038, limits the percentage of ballot petitions that can be accepted per congressional district at 15 percent. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 1038 on Dec. 21, 2018.

House Bill 5940: Fireworks
3. HB 5940, sponsored by Rep. Jim [LILLY] (R-Park Twp.), Roll Call 1045, lets local governments limit to 12 days a year when aerial fireworks can be lit. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 1045 on Dec. 21, 2018.

House Bill 5907: Cyber Schools
4. HB 5907, sponsored by Rep. Ben [FREDERICK] (R-Owosso), Roll Call 1044, allows cyber schools to receive partial state aid payments for students who enroll mid-year. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 1044 on Dec. 21, 2018.

House Bill 4927: Internet gambling
5. HB 4927, sponsored by Rep. Brandt [IDEN] (R-Oshtemo Twp.), Roll Call 989, allows Michigan casinos to offer internet gambling. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 989 on Dec. 20, 2018.

House Bill 6107: Signing More Than Once
6. HB 6107, sponsored by Rep. Kim [LaSATA] (R-Bainbridge Twp.), Roll Call 1020, makes using multiple ballot signature names a felony. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 1020 on Dec. 21, 2018.

House Bill 6485: Oil And Gas Exemptions
7. HB 6485, sponsored by Rep. Triston [COLE] (R-Mancelona), Roll Call 1034 would allow roughly 300 Michigan oil and gas drillers to have pre-production expense income tax deductions written into law. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 1034 on Dec. 21, 2018.

Senate Bill 1205: MESSA Data
8. SB 1205, sponsored by Sen. Phil [PAVLOV] (R-St. Clair), Roll Call 985, increases the number of schools that must be give a more standardized electronic spreadsheet health claims data so districts can more easily shop for employee insurance. This is targeted at the Michigan Education Special Services Association (MESSA), which covers most Michigan teachers. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 985 on Dec. 6, 2018.

Senate Bill 1211: Wetlands bill
9. SB 1211, sponsored by Sen. Tom [CASPERSON] (R-Escanaba), Roll Call 976, takes away the Department of Environmental Quality's (DEQ) ability to designate an area as essential to protecting the state's natural resources when regulating wetlands. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 976 on Dec. 4, 2018.

House Bill 5866: More Commercial Fishing
10. HB 5866, sponsored by Rep. Joe [BELLINO] (R-Monroe), Roll Call 964, expands the types of fish that can be taken commercially. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 964 on Dec. 20, 2018.

House Bill 5778: Breeding Big Cats
11. HB 5778, sponsored by Rep. Tom [ALBERT] (R-Lowell), Roll Call 955, allows zoos to breed large carnivores. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 955 on Dec. 20, 2018.

Senate Bill 707: Tourism Is Important
12. SB 0707, sponsored by Sen. Wayne [SCHMIDT] (R-Traverse City), Roll Call 933, writes into state law legislative findings about the importance of tourism and the need for locally raised money to pay for marketing costs. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 933 on Sep. 27, 2018.

House Bill 5962: Occupational licenses
13. HB 5962, sponsored by Rep. Lee [CHATFIELD] (R-Levering), Roll Call 894, bans local governments from imposing new occupational licensing requirements in situations where the state already licenses that occupation. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 894 on Dec. 18, 2018.

Senate Bill 1244: Hazardous Chemicals
14. SB 1244, sponsored by Casperson, Roll Call 880, limits state environmental officials' ability to set hazardous chemical levels that aren't set by the federal government. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 880 on Dec. 4, 2018.

Senate Bill 304: Cut tobacco tax
15. SB 0304, sponsored by Sen. Joe [HUNE] (R-Hamburg), Roll Call 879, permanently extends the 50-cent cigar tax rate beyond the current 2021 sunset date. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 879 on Dec. 6, 2018.

Senate Bill 100: State pays in lawsuit
16. SB 0100, sponsored by Casperson, Roll Call 839, says unless a court rules through "clear and convincing evidence that the state's positions was substantially justifiable, they must cover the winning legal fees. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 839 on Sep. 14, 2017.

Senate Bill 1198: Telemedicine abortions
17. SB 1198, sponsored by Casperson, Roll Call 841, eliminating the sunset on the statewide ban on the performance of abortions through telemedicine. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 841 on Nov. 29, 2018.

House Bill 5526: A-F
18. HB 5526, sponsored by Rep. Tim [KELLY] (R-Saginaw Twp.), Roll Call 848, assigns each public school building a series of A-F grades based on different academic measures. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 848 on Feb. 6, 2018.

House Bill 6525: Firearm Carry on Private Property
19. HB 6525, sponsored by Rep Beau [LaFAVE] (R-Iron Mountain), Roll Call 788, allows a gunowner to drive with his or her firearm in a car or a private vehicle as long as they are on private property and have the property owner's permission. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 788 on Nov. 27, 2018.

Senate Bill 981: Carnival Inspectors
20. SB 0981, sponsored by Hune, Roll Call 796, states that a chief ride inspector be qualified in engineering and training as opposed to being licensed in Michigan as a professional engineer. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 796 on Jun. 12, 2018.

House Bill 6125: Passport At Trails
21. HB 6125, sponsored by Rep. Roger [VICTORY] (R-Hudsonville), requires someone to have paid for a state park "passport" when parking at a state trailhead or state forest campground. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 810 on Jun. 7, 2018.

Senate Bill 400: 9-1-1 cell phone tax
22. SB 0400, sponsored by Sen. Rick [JONES] (R-Grand Ledge), Roll Call 61, coordinates all of the state's 911 emergency response systems under a common telephone call routing service, which is made possible by a 6-cent-a-month phone bill increase. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 61 on Dec. 6, 2017.

Senate Bill 1197: Mackinac Tunnel
23. SB 1197, sponsored by Casperson, Roll Call 772, creates a three-person authority that will oversee the private construction of a utility tunnel under the Mackinac Straits. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 772 on Dec. 4, 2018.

House Bill 5634: Tinted Windows
24. HB 5634, sponsored by Rep. Julie [ALEXANDER] (R-Hanover), Roll Call 777, gets rid of the state law prohibiting window tint for the side and rear windows of cars. It also gets rid of the ban on people hanging air fresheners and other things from their rearview mirror. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 777 on Feb. 22, 2018.

House Bill 6021: HIV Reporting
25. HB 6021, sponsored by Rep. Jon [HOADLEY] (D-Kalamazoo), Roll Call 770, eases penalties for failing to inform a sex partner about being HIV positive, but maintaining penalties for those who intentionally try to spread the disease. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 770 on May. 16, 2018.

House Bill 4618: Detroit Income Tax
26. HB 4618, sponsored by Rep. Wendell [BYRD] (D-Detroit), Roll Call 765, gets the Department of Treasury more involved in the collection of city of Detroit income tax. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 765 on May. 17, 2017.

House Bill 6314: Innovation District
27. HB 6314, sponsored by Kelly, Roll Call 756, allows for creation of an "innovation" school district, which is approved by the department, would be exempt from certain state regulations. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 756 on Sep. 5, 2018.

House Bill 4135: Extra Doctor Licenses
28. HB 4135, sponsored by Rep. Ned [CANFIELD] (R-Sebewaing), Roll Call 669, prohibits insurance companies from requiring a family doctor to hold one of the various professional association "board certifications" as a condition for paying a patient treatment claim. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 669 on Jan. 31, 2017.

House Bill 6086: Pregnancy Warnings
29. HB 6086, sponsored by Rep. Hank [VAUPEL] (R-Fowlerville), Roll Call 687, mandates that liquor stores must post signs warning about drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 687 on May. 29, 2018.

House Bill 6465: Ballast Water
30. HB 6465, sponsored by Rep. Dan [LAUWERS] (R-Brockway), Roll Call 695, loosens Michigan's ballast water regulations, but still requires the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to sign off on them. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 695 on Oct. 17, 2018.

Senate Bill 660: Egg Laying Rules Delay
31. SB 0660, sponsored by Senate Majority Leader Arlan [MEEKHOF] (R-Grand Haven Twp.), Roll Call 700, delays the enforcement of rules on egg-laying hens from 2020 to 2025. It also creates a legislative "finding" that the rules against narrow chicken confinement are needed to protect consumers from "increased risk of food borne illness." Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 700 on Jan. 31, 2018.

House Bill 4224: Ticket Scalping
32. HB 4224, sponsored by Kelly, Roll Call 602, repeals the state ban on scalping tickets. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 602 on Feb. 15, 2017.

House Bill 4602: Rainy Day Fund restrictions
33. HB 4602, sponsored by Rep. Laura [COX] (R-Livonia), Roll Call 603, prohibits the legislature from spending money from the Rainy Day Fund when state personal income growth is above zero, among other changes. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 603 on May. 11, 2017.

Senate Bill 94: Sales Tax On Difference
34. SB 0094, sponsored by Sen. Dave [HILDENBRAND] (R-Lowell), Roll Call 7, overrides Gov. Rick [SNYDER]'s veto, which accelerates the 24-year phase-in of the law that exempts from sales tax the value of a trade-in when buying a new vehicle. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 7 on Jan. 17, 2018.

Senate Bill 1175: Paid Leave Re-do
35. SB 1175, sponsored by Shirkey, Roll Call 675, softens the paid sick leave citizens' initiative passed earlier in the session. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 675 on Nov. 28, 2018.

House Bill 5942: Threatening A School
36. HB 5942, sponsored by LaFave, Roll Call 511, makes intentionally threatening violence against a school or students a one-year, $1,000 penalty. If someone takes steps to carry out the threat, it turns into a 10-year, $10,000 penalty. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 511 on May. 8, 2018.

Legislative Initiative Petition 2: Repeal prevailing wage law
37. Initiative Petition 2, Roll Call 453, which repeals the state's prevailing wage law, that mandates construction workers on a public infrastructure project be paid the area's average union wage. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 453 on Jun. 6, 2018.

Senate Bill 897: Medicaid Work Requirements
38. SB 0897, sponsored by Shirkey, Roll Cal 455, requires able-bodied Medicaid expansion recipients to work at least 80 hours a month for at least nine months a year, or be in school, job-training or volunteer work. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 455 on Apr. 19, 2018.

Senate Bill 872: Statute Of Limitations
39. SB 0872, sponsored by Sen. David [KNEZEK] (D-Dearborn Heights), Roll Call 392, expands the statute of limitations on the filing of civil lawsuits against the state in criminal sexual conduct offenses against minors in cases that happened from 1997 to the present. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 392 on Mar. 15, 2018.

Senate Bill 654: Science Advisory Board
40. SB 0654, sponsored by Casperson, Roll Call 362, creates a Michigan environmental science advisory board to advise the governor on environmental protection and natural resources management issues. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 362 on Jan. 25, 2018.

House Bill 5953: Newborn Surrender Box
41. HB 5953, sponsored by Rep. Bronna [KAHLE] (R-Adrian), Roll Call 333, allows new mothers who want to abandon their child to put them into a "newborn safety device" that's attached to the side of hospitals or fire stations. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 333 on May. 9, 2018.

House Bill 5749: Platoons On Highways
42. HB 5749, sponsored by Rep. Mike [WEBBER] (R-Rochester), Roll Call 282, platoons of electronically synchronized vehicles wouldn't be required to leave enough space between them for a car to cut in. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 282 on Mar. 22, 2018.

Senate Bill 839: Mining Rules
43. SB 0839, sponsored by Casperson, Roll Call 305, loosens the amount of regulations and public hearings mining companies must go through when the company's proposed changes would result in no environmental impact. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 305 on May. 15, 2018.

House Bill 5234: Frail Prisoners
44. HB 5234, sponsored by Rep. Martin [HOWRYLAK] (R-Troy), Roll Call 256, lets county sheriffs ask the court to release physically or mentally incapacitated prisoners on probation. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 256 on Apr. 26, 2018.

House Bill 4945: Golf Carts on Highways
45. HB 4945, sponsored by Rep. Aaron [MILLER] (R-Sturgis), Roll Call 238, lets local governments allow golf carts on streets if they follow certain rules of the road. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 238 on Apr. 19, 2018.

House Bill 5017: Cyberbullying
46. HB 5017, sponsored by Rep. Pete [LUCIDO] (R-Shelby Twp.) Roll Call 191, make a new crime of cyberbullying that's punishable by a 93-day, $500 penalty. Conservative vote is no.
   • House Roll Call 191 on Sep. 27, 2017.

Senate Bill 727: Interim Teaching
47. SB 0727, sponsored by Sen. Phil [PAVLOV] (R-St. Clair), Roll Call 187, allows someone to be an interim teaching certificate if he or she is taking a training program deemed to be the equivalent of at least 12 college credit hours. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 187 on Jan. 31, 2018.

House Bill 4360: Motor Vehicle Storage Lots
48. HB 4360, sponsored by Lucido, Roll Call 180, prohibits local governments, law enforcement agencies and universities from opening a new motor vehicle storage facility. Instead they would have to contract with a private vendor. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 180 on Mar. 21, 2018.

House Bill 5456: Asbestos Lawsuit Check
49. HB 5456, sponsored by Rep. Jason [WENTWORTH] (R-Clare), Roll Call 174, requires those making an asbestos-related suit to disclose whether they have already filed suits against trusts or claims pools already created in previous asbestos bankruptcy cases. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 174 on Mar. 15, 2018.

Senate Bill 353: Interview Questions
50. SB 0353, sponsored by Sen. John [PROOS] (R-St. Joseph), Roll Call 140, stops local governments from passing ordinances that ban employers from asking applicants about their wage history in a job interview or applications. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 140 on Oct. 5, 2017.

House Bill 5010: Armed Robbery Penalties
51. HB 5010, sponsored by Rep. Diana [FARRINGTON] (R-Utica), Roll Call 100, extends the criminal statute of limitations on armed robbery from six years to 10 years. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 100 on Sep. 26, 2017.

House Bill 4053: English Official Language
52. HB 4053, sponsored by Rep. Tom [BARRETT] (R-Potterville), Roll Call 95, makes English the state's official language. Conservative vote is yes.
   • House Roll Call 95 on Jan. 18, 2017.

 

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