2023 Senate Bill 7 / Public Act 1

Appropriations: supplemental; appropriations for multiple departments and branches for fiscal years 2021-2022 and 2022-2023; provide for.

An act to make, supplement, and adjust appropriations for various state departments and agencies and the legislative branch for the fiscal years ending September 30, 2022 and September 30, 2023; to provide for certain conditions on appropriations; to provide for the expenditure of the appropriations; and to repeal acts and parts of acts.

Mackinac Center Analysis

Approves $1.1 billion in new spending across two of the state’s fiscal years, $706 million of which comes from state taxpayers and $375 million comes from federal taxpayers. The largest expenditures from state taxpayers are for business subsidies, with $250 million going to subsidy programs and $200 million going to an Upper Peninsula paper mill.

Introduced in the Senate

Jan. 12, 2023

Introduced by Sen. Sarah Anthony (D-21)

Referred to the Committee on Appropriations

Jan. 18, 2023

Discharged from committee

Referred to the Committee of the Whole

Reported with substitute S-1

Substitute S-1 concurred in by voice vote

Passed in the Senate 20 to 17 (details)

Received in the House

Jan. 18, 2023

Referred to the Committee on Appropriations

Jan. 24, 2023

Discharged from committee

Substitute H-1 offered by Rep. Angela Witwer (D-76)

The substitute passed by voice vote

Passed in the House 56 to 52 (details)

Received in the Senate

Jan. 25, 2023

Substitute S-3 offered by Sen. Thomas Albert (R-18)

The substitute failed by voice vote

Substitute H-1 not concurred in 0 to 38 (details)

Jan. 26, 2023

Referred to the Committee of Conference

Reported without amendment

Conference report adopted 24 to 14 (details)

Motion to give immediate effect by Sen. Sam Singh (D-28)

The motion prevailed by voice vote

Received in the House

Jan. 26, 2023

Reported from the Committee of Conference

Conference report adopted 60 to 48 (details)

Motion to give immediate effect by Rep. Abraham Aiyash (D-9)

The motion prevailed by voice vote

Signed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer

Jan. 31, 2023