Rescue Michigan: Operation Watchdog

Representative Bradley Slagh (R–85)
Zeeland
(517) 373-0841
BradleySlagh@house.mi.gov

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Bills Introduced
 
HB 4012: Increase speed limits (Primary Sponsor)
HB 4013: Exempt emails and phone of occupational licensees from FOIA (Primary Sponsor)
HB 4014: Exempt emails and phone of occupational licensees from FOIA (Primary Sponsor)
HB 4119: Increase public safety officer death benefits (Primary Sponsor)
HB 4572: Expand cap on real property taxable value within family to include other family members (Primary Sponsor)
HB 4682: Revise "no trespassing" notice requirements (Primary Sponsor)
HB 5285: Mandate cash be an accept payment for tolls on future toll roads (Primary Sponsor)
HB 4036: Prohibit local gas stove bans
HB 4047: Designate a holiday
HB 4126: Eliminate sunset on speed limit guideline
HB 4175: Eliminate handgun registration and gun-free zones
HB 4183: Expand drive time for historical vehicles
HB 4274: Create a "revenue sharing trust fund"
HB 4275: Create a "revenue sharing trust fund"
HB 4306: Lower property tax rate based on rolling inflation in some circumstances
HB 4307: Allow true cash value of property to be calculated based on average of past 2 years
HB 4312: Allow summer resort associations to become nonprofits
HB 4333: Expand limits on cottage food operations and give MSU certain privileges
HB 4345: Add religious exemption to transgender civil rights
HB 4415: Republican school budget bill
HB 4555: Designate a holiday  Became law: PA 42 of 2023 
HB 4609: Impose regulations on manufacturers of agricultural equipment with electronics
HB 4727: Prohibit candidates for governor to appear in taxpayer-funded ads in run-up to election
HB 4828: Mandate publication of memoranda of understanding with the governor
HB 4862: Prohibit cities taxing income of nonresidents
HB 4873: Allow juror questionnaires to update the qualified voter file
HB 4874: Require secretary of state post list of clerks who are not current with continuing training
HB 4881: Prohibit foreign entities from buying farmland in Michigan
HB 4971: Call Michigan a "Purple Heart State"
HB 5034: Prohibit Capitol Commission from regulating lawmakers (eg prohibit from carrying firearms)
HB 5035: Give minority party representation on Capitol Commission
HB 5038: Prohibit use of "code words" to conceal subject of public records
HB 5075: Allow consecutive (ie much longer) sentences for certain criminal sexual conduct offenses
HB 5080: Eliminate "cerificate of need" mandate for air ambulances
HB 5132: Prohibit state enforcement of various federal anti-firearms laws
HB 5154: Allow 17-year-olds to be licensed as medical first responders and EMTs
HB 5155: Allow 17-year-olds to be licensed as medical first responders and EMTs
HB 5223: Increase penalties for car accidents involving bicyclists
HB 5224: Increase penalties for car accidents involving bicyclists
HB 5310: Prohibit state from banking with entities engaging in certain boycotts
HB 5334: Create a grade 6-12 firearm safety program
HB 5341: Give the "Michigan Mutual Aid Box Alarm System" employees status as emergency vehicles
HB 5342: Give the "Michigan Mutual Aid Box Alarm System" employees status as emergency vehicles
HB 5377: Hold owners liable for injuries in "gun-free zones"
HB 5381: Hold government liable for injuries in government "gun-free zones"
HJR B: Amend Michigan Constitution to prohibit certain mask mandates
HR 20: Designate a tribute week
HR 22: Designate an awareness day
HR 23: Designate a tribute day
HR 38: Designate a tribute day
HR 74: Designate an awareness week
HR 95: Designate an awareness month
HR 97: Designate an awareness month
HR 100: Designate a day of prayer
HR 146: Express an opinion

Votes
 
#432 00/00/00: HB 4368: Create a corporate tax credit for research and development – On passage (re-vote): Yes, against majority of his own party
#1 01/11/23: Elect Joe Tate Speaker: Yes
#2 01/11/23: Elect Laurie Pohutsky Speaker Pro Tempore: Yes
#3 01/11/23: Elect Richard Brown Clerk of the House: Yes
#4 01/24/23: SB 7: Spend another 1.1 billion – On passage: No
#5 01/26/23: HB 4001: Create pension tax deduction for govt employees, spend a billion dollars, block tax cut – On passage: No
#6 01/26/23: HB 4002: Increase Earned Income Tax Credit – On passage: Yes
#7 01/26/23: SB 8: Appropriate 27.9 million in federal school grants – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#8 01/26/23: SB 7: Spend another 1.1 billion – On passage (Concurrence): No
#9 01/31/23: SB 13: Make presidential primary earlier – Uphold rules violation blocking debate on SB 13: No
#10 01/31/23: SB 13: Make presidential primary earlier – On passage: No
#11 02/01/23: HB 4016: More department money for current and past fiscal year – On passage: No
#12 02/01/23: HB 4001: Create pension tax deduction for govt employees, spend a billion dollars, block tax cut – Accept Senate substitute: Yes
#13 02/09/23: HB 4001: Create pension tax deduction for govt employees, spend a billion dollars, block tax cut – On passage - Conf. report: No
#14 03/01/23: HB 4016: More department money for current and past fiscal year – On passage - concurrence: No
#15 03/02/23: HB 4006: Legalize abortion – On passage: No
#16 03/02/23: HB 4032: Legalize abortion – On passage: No
#17 03/07/23: SB 12: Repeal 3rd grade reading law – On passage: No
#18 03/08/23: SB 4: Create sexual orientation civil right – On passage: No
#19 03/08/23: HB 4003: Create sexual orientation civil right – On passage: No
#20 03/08/23: HB 4004: Repeal Right to Work – On passage: No
#21 03/08/23: HB 4005: Repeal Right to Work – On passage: No
#22 03/08/23: HB 4007: Mandate prevailing wage – On passage: No
#23 03/08/23: HB 4138: Universal Gun Registration – On passage: No
#24 03/08/23: HB 4142: Universal Gun Registration – On passage: No
#25 03/08/23: HB 4143: Universal Gun Registration – On passage: No
#26 03/16/23: HB 4039: Exempt delivery and installation from sales tax in certain cases – On passage: Yes
#27 03/16/23: HB 4054: Clarify detail on aggregate processing sales tax exemption – On passage: Yes
#28 03/16/23: HB 4055: Clarify detail on aggregate processing sales tax exemption – On passage: Yes
#29 03/16/23: HB 4137: Nothing. Correct misspelling on "forgone" in tax law – On passage: Yes
#30 03/16/23: HB 4253: Exempt delivery and installation from sales tax – On passage: Yes
#31 03/16/23: HB 4045: Create MSP childcare worker criminal database and review – On passage: Yes
#32 03/16/23: HB 4219: Modify appointment to board of corporate welfare (Mich. Stategic Fund) – On passage: Yes
#33 03/21/23: SB 6: Mandate prevailing wage – On passage: No
#34 03/21/23: SB 34: Repeal Right to Work – On passage: No
#35 03/21/23: HB 4166: Eliminate A-F – On passage: No
#36 03/21/23: HB 4288: Repeal part of Emergency Manager law relating to monopoly union bargaining – On passage: No
#37 03/21/23: HB 4007: Mandate prevailing wage – Concur with Senate: No
#38 03/21/23: HB 4004: Repeal Right to Work – Concur with Senate: No
#39 03/22/23: HB 4199: Allow spouses be eligible for Michigan National Guard tuition assistance – On passage: Yes
#40 03/22/23: SB 2: Legalize abortion – On passage: No
#41 03/22/23: HB 4167: Create a rare disease advisory council – On passage: Yes
#42 03/22/23: HB 4139: Lock Up Your Safety – On passage: No
#43 03/22/23: HB 4140: Exempt gun safety devices from sales/use tax – On passage: No
#44 03/22/23: HB 4141: Exempt gun safety devices from sales/use tax – On passage: No
#45 03/22/23: HB 4144: Lock Up Your Safety – On passage: No
#46 03/22/23: SB 79: Lock Up Your Safety law – On passage: No
#47 03/22/23: SB 80: Lock Up Your Safety law – On passage: No
#48 03/22/23: SB 81: Tax exemption for gun safety devices – On passage: No
#49 03/22/23: SB 82: Tax exemption for gun safety devices – On passage: No
#57 04/01/23: HB 4143: Universal Gun Registration – On passage: No
#50 04/11/23: HB 4157: Allows excused absences for students to play "Taps" at military funerals – On passage: Yes
#51 04/13/23: HB 4145: Red Flag Law – On passage: No
#52 04/13/23: HB 4146: Red Flag Law – On passage: No
#53 04/13/23: HB 4147: Red Flag Law – On passage: No
#54 04/13/23: HB 4148: Red Flag Law – On passage: No
#55 04/13/23: SB 83: RED FLAG LAW – On passage: No
#56 04/13/23: HB 4064: "Encourage" some scheme to teach cursive handwriting – On passage: Yes
#58 04/13/23: HR 72: Express an opinion – On passage: No
#59 04/19/23: HB 4202: Allow automatic conviction for rape of mentally incapacitated spouse – On passage: Yes
#60 04/20/23: SB 101: Eliminate sunset on allowing private insurance companies to meet remotely – On passage: Yes
#61 04/20/23: HB 4047: Designate a holiday – On passage: Yes
#62 04/20/23: SB 63: Allow school sinking fund to cover transportation – On passage: No
#63 04/25/23: HR 81: Designate a tribute day – On passage: No
#64 04/26/23: HB 4054: Clarify detail on aggregate processing sales tax exemption – Concur with Senate: Yes
#65 04/26/23: HB 4146: Red Flag Law – Concur with Senate: No
#66 04/26/23: HB 4147: Red Flag Law – Concur with Senate: No
#67 04/26/23: HB 4148: Red Flag Law – Concur with Senate: No
#68 04/26/23: SB 97: Clarify sales/use tax industrial processing exemption detail – On passage: Yes
#69 04/26/23: SB 160: Exempt delivery and installation from sales tax – On passage: Yes
#70 04/26/23: SB 259: Allow overseas ballots to be counted if postmarked by Election Day even if received up to 6 days after Election Day and allow Benson to issue rules in violation of Administrative Procedures Act. – On passage: No
#71 04/27/23: SB 18: Designate Korematsu Day – On passage: Yes
#72 05/02/23: HB 4250: Increase penalties for texting while driving – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#73 05/02/23: HB 4251: Increase penalties for texting while driving – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#74 05/02/23: HB 4252: Increase penalties for texting while driving – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#75 05/02/23: HB 4201: Eliminate sunset on allowing alcohol delivery and carryout sales – On passage: Yes
#76 05/03/23: HB 4238: Natural Resources Trust Fund budget – On passage: Yes
#77 05/03/23: SB 147: Make abortion a civil right, requiring employers to pay for procedures – On passage: No
#78 05/03/23: SB 147: Make abortion a civil right, requiring employers to pay for procedures – On passage: No
#79 05/03/23: HB 4084: Revise covid-related property tax collection detail – On passage: Yes
#80 05/10/23: HB 4286: Annual "school aid" budget – On passage: No
#81 05/10/23: HB 4287: Department of Education annual budget – On passage: No
#82 05/10/23: HB 4303: Community Colleges annual budget – On passage: No
#83 05/10/23: HB 4304: Universities annual budget – On passage: No
#84 05/10/23: HB 4249: Dept of Environmental Quality annual budget – On passage: No
#85 05/10/23: HB 4289: Dept of Agriculture (MDARD) annual budget – On passage: No
#86 05/10/23: HB 4290: Dept of Natural Resources (DNR) annual budget – On passage: No
#87 05/10/23: HB 4310: Dept of Heath and Human Services (DHHS) – On passage: No
#88 05/10/23: HB 4247: Dept of Corrections annual budget – On passage: No
#89 05/10/23: HB 4292: General government budget (legislature, governor, AG, SOS, Treasury, DTMB, Civil Rights) – On passage: No
#90 05/10/23: HB 4309: Dept of Transportation (MDOT) annual budget – Support ruling of Speaker: No
#91 05/10/23: HB 4309: Dept of Transportation (MDOT) annual budget – On passage: No
#92 05/10/23: HB 4246: Dept of Labor annual budget – On passage: No
#93 05/10/23: HB 4280: Dept of Licensing and Regulation (LARA) annual budget – On passage: No
#94 05/10/23: HB 4281: Dept of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) annual budget – On passage: No
#95 05/10/23: HB 4244: State Police annual budget – On passage: No
#96 05/10/23: HB 4248: Dept of Veterans Affairs annual budget – On passage: No
#97 05/10/23: HB 4245: Judiciary annual budget – On passage: No
#98 05/11/23: HB 4033: Require state funding of special elections for state legislative seats – On passage: Yes
#99 05/11/23: HB 4376: Impose new limitations on how insurances agents can hold premiums – On passage: Yes
#100 05/11/23: HB 4362: Allow people to opt-in to donate organs when filing taxes – On passage: Yes
#101 05/11/23: HB 4363: Allow people to opt-in to donate organs when filing taxes – On passage: Yes
#102 05/11/23: HB 4364: Allow people to opt-in to donate organs when filing taxes – On passage: Yes
#103 05/11/23: HB 4250: Increase penalties for texting while driving – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#104 05/11/23: HB 4251: Increase penalties for texting while driving – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#105 05/11/23: HB 4252: Increase penalties for texting while driving – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#106 05/11/23: HB 4437: Omnibus annual budget (everything except education) – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#107 05/17/23: SB 173: K-12 "School Aid" annual budget – On passage: No
#108 05/17/23: SB 178: Dept of Transportation (MDOT) annual budget – On passage: No
#109 05/17/23: SB 194: Dept of Labor annual budget – On passage: No
#110 05/17/23: SB 199: Dept of Environmental Quality (EGLE) annual budget – On passage: No
#111 05/17/23: SB 200: Universities annual budget – On passage: No
#112 05/17/23: SB 186: Department of Education annual budget – On passage: No
#113 05/17/23: SB 195: Dept of Licensing and Regulation (LARA) annual budget – On passage: No
#114 05/17/23: SB 197: Dept of Veterans Affairs annual budget – On passage: No
#115 05/17/23: SB 201: Community Colleges annual budget – On passage: No
#116 05/17/23: HB 4375: Allow more casinos – On passage: No
#117 05/18/23: HB 4176: Require cops pay for training if they leave within 3 years – On passage: Yes
#118 05/18/23: SB 32: Require cops pay for training if they leave within 3 years – On passage: Yes
#119 05/23/23: HB 4438: Expand mandatory arbitration for police and firefighters to include corrections officers – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#120 05/23/23: HB 4439: Nothing, but rephrase law in gender-fluid language – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#121 05/24/23: HB 4555: Designate a holiday – On passage: Yes
#122 05/24/23: HB 4071: Equal treatment by insurance companies for coverage of orally administered anticancer chemotherapy vs intravenous – On passage: No
#123 05/24/23: HB 4120: Require training materials for mandatory reporters of child abuse – On passage: Yes
#124 05/24/23: HB 4121: Revoke license for health professionals convicted of sexual misconduct – On passage: Yes
#125 05/24/23: HB 4122: Revoke license for health professionals convicted of sexual misconduct – On passage: Yes
#126 05/24/23: HB 4123: Prohibit school officials from preventing reporting sexual misconduct – On passage: Yes
#127 05/24/23: HB 4124: Prohibit school officials from preventing reporting sexual misconduct to Title IX coord. – On passage: Yes
#128 05/24/23: HB 4125: Prohibit expelling students who report sexual misconduct – On passage: Yes
#129 06/06/23: HB 4244: State Police annual budget – Concur with Senate: Yes
#130 06/06/23: HB 4245: Judiciary annual budget – Concur with Senate: Yes
#131 06/06/23: HB 4247: Dept of Corrections annual budget – Concur with Senate: Yes
#132 06/06/23: HB 4281: Dept of Insurance and Financial Services (DIFS) annual budget – Concur with Senate: Yes
#133 06/06/23: HB 4289: Dept of Agriculture (MDARD) annual budget – Concur with Senate: Yes
#134 06/06/23: HB 4290: Dept of Natural Resources (DNR) annual budget – Concur with Senate: Yes
#135 06/06/23: HB 4292: General government budget (legislature, governor, AG, SOS, Treasury, DTMB, Civil Rights) – Concur with Senate: Yes
#136 06/06/23: HB 4310: Dept of Heath and Human Services (DHHS) – Concur with Senate: Yes
#137 06/07/23: HB 4420: Allow law enforcement to give victims' info to survivor programs without their consent – On passage: Yes
#138 06/07/23: HB 4421: Allow accusers' faces be blurred in court video proceedings – On passage: Yes
#139 06/07/23: HB 4422: Expand definition of "serious misdemeanor" – On passage: Yes
#140 06/07/23: HB 4423: Allow victim impact statements be made remotely – On passage: Yes
#141 06/07/23: HB 4516: Expand domestic violence government spending to include tribal programs – On passage: Yes
#142 06/08/23: SB 90: Make hair style a civil right – On passage: Yes
#143 06/08/23: HB 4273: Require codemnation notices be sent to tenants as well as landlords – On passage: Yes
#144 06/08/23: HB 4197: Give government new powers to regulate against financial exploitation – On passage: Yes
#145 06/13/23: HB 4495: Make various changes to the medical assistance program to reflect there not being certain program waivers – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#146 06/13/23: HB 4496: Make various changes to the medical assistance program to reflect there not being certain program waivers – On passage: Yes
#147 06/14/23: SB 50: Designate "Juneteenth" – On passage: Yes
#148 06/14/23: HB 4457: Create "Juneteenth" holiday – On passage: Yes
#149 06/14/23: HB 4153: Create railroad local grade separation grant program and fund – On passage: Yes
#150 06/14/23: SB 125: Create railroad local grade separation grant program – On passage: Yes
#151 06/14/23: HB 4515: Make permanent a once-expiring off-road vehicle fee – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#152 06/14/23: HB 4159: Designate state butterfly – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#153 06/14/23: HB 4191: Give state IDs and driver licenses to parolees before release – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#154 06/14/23: HB 4192: Give state IDs and driver licenses to parolees before release – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#155 06/14/23: HB 4193: Give state IDs and driver licenses to parolees before release – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#156 06/14/23: HB 4194: Give state IDs and driver licenses to parolees before release – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#157 06/14/23: HB 4173: Create a criminal justice policy commission within legislature – On passage: No
#158 06/14/23: HB 4384: Describe duties of sentencing commission created by HB 4173 – On passage: No
#159 06/14/23: HB 4695: Implement early voting – On passage: No
#160 06/14/23: HB 4696: Make crime of reporting early voting results – On passage: No
#161 06/14/23: HB 4697: Mandate ballot drop boxes – On passage: No
#162 06/14/23: HB 4698: Allow easily faked IDs (student IDs, etc.) be used for voting ID – On passage: No
#163 06/14/23: HB 4699: Implement permanent no-reason absentee voting – On passage: No
#164 06/14/23: HB 4700: Rewrite rules on absentee ballots – On passage: No
#165 06/14/23: HB 4701: Companion bil with HB 4700 to rewrite rules on absentee ballots – On passage: No
#166 06/14/23: HB 4702: Increase precinct size from less than 3,000 voters to 5,000 – On passage: No
#167 06/14/23: HB 4616: Ban "conversion therapy" – On passage: No
#168 06/14/23: HB 4617: Ban "conversion therapy" – On passage: No
#169 06/20/23: HB 4820: Allow school districts put seniority over effectiveness in hiring and firing – On passage: No
#170 06/20/23: SB 359: Eliminate job performance-based compensation for teachers and school administrators and impose mandate on charter schools – On passage: No
#171 06/20/23: SB 289: Expand corporate welfare special interest deal – On passage: Yes
#172 06/20/23: SB 35: Eliminate asset test for food stamps – On passage: No
#173 06/20/23: HB 4474: Expand definition of "hate crime" – On passage: No
#174 06/20/23: HB 4475: Expand penalties for "hate crime" – On passage: No
#175 06/20/23: HB 4476: Expand penalties for "hate crime" – On passage: Yes
#176 06/20/23: HB 4477: Expand penalties for "hate crime" – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#177 06/20/23: HB 4354: Allow teachers unions to bargain to keep bad teachers – On passage: No
#178 06/20/23: HB 4356: Allow teachers unions to bargain against third party support services – On passage: No
#179 06/20/23: HB 4357: Allow teachers unions to bargain against third party support services – On passage: No
#180 06/20/23: HB 4689: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#181 06/20/23: HB 4044: Repeal Right to Work – On passage: No
#182 06/20/23: HB 4233: Allow union bosses to extract dues from employees – On passage: No
#183 06/21/23: HB 4293: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#184 06/21/23: HB 4294: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#185 06/21/23: HB 4295: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#186 06/21/23: HB 4296: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#187 06/21/23: HB 4297: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#188 06/21/23: HB 4298: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#189 06/21/23: HB 4299: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#190 06/21/23: HB 4300: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#191 06/21/23: HB 4301: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#192 06/21/23: HB 4302: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#193 06/21/23: SB 66: Require materials in schools on sexual assault and harassment – On passage: Yes
#194 06/21/23: SB 67: Make felony for unnecessary invasive medical procedures – On passage: Yes
#195 06/21/23: SB 68: Sentencing guidelines for violation of SB 67 – On passage: Yes
#196 06/21/23: SB 69: Require consent and witness for invasive procedures on minors – On passage: Yes
#197 06/21/23: SB 70: Sentencing guidelines for violation of SB 69 – On passage: Yes
#198 06/21/23: SB 71: Require documentation of medically invasive procedures – On passage: Yes
#199 06/21/23: SB 72: Sentencing guidelines for violation of SB 71 – On passage: Yes
#200 06/21/23: SB 73: Protect anonymity of accuser in sexual assault accusations – On passage: Yes
#201 06/21/23: SB 236: Clarify definition of mental incapacitation detail in criminal sexual conduct context – On passage: Yes
#202 06/21/23: SB 129: Expand brownfield taxpayer subsidy deal to include subsidized housing – On passage: No
#203 06/21/23: SB 130: Nothing - update references for SB 129 – On passage: No
#204 06/21/23: SB 131: Nothing - update references for SB 129 – On passage: No
#205 06/21/23: SB 132: Nothing - update references for SB 129 – On passage: No
#206 06/22/23: HB 4375: Allow more casinos – Concur with Senate: No
#207 06/22/23: HB 4343: Expand legislative report about payday loans – On passage: Yes
#208 06/22/23: HB 4377: Revise details on sales/use tax exemption on prepared food – On passage: No
#209 06/22/23: HB 4378: Revise details on sales/use tax exemption on prepared food – On passage: No
#210 06/22/23: SB 137: Implement certification of guardians and give guardians of tribal children access to funds – On passage: Yes
#211 06/22/23: SB 138: Implement certification of guardians and give guardians of tribal children access to funds – On passage: Yes
#212 06/22/23: SB 161: Require teachers take CPR training – On passage: Yes
#213 06/22/23: SB 162: Expand reciprocity for out-of-state school counselors – On passage: Yes
#214 06/22/23: HB 4066: Create a "high speed internet" bureuacracy – On passage: No
#215 06/22/23: HB 4454: Revise details of "business improvement zone" welfare districts – On passage: No
#216 06/22/23: SB 164: Revise details of principal shopping districts and business improvement zones – On passage: No
#217 06/22/23: SB 288: Make temporary Michigan energy assistance program permanent – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#218 06/22/23: HB 4132: Create automated traffic "robo cops" – On passage: No
#219 06/22/23: HB 4133: Create automated traffic "robo cops" – On passage: No
#220 06/22/23: HB 4317: New law to create Payment in Lieu of Taxes for "solar energy districts" – On passage: Yes
#221 06/22/23: HB 4318: New law to create Payment in Lieu of Taxes for "solar energy districts" – On passage: Yes
#222 06/22/23: HB 4561: Allow liquor companies issue coupons that require purchase of non-alcoholic product – On passage: Yes
#223 06/22/23: SB 326: Replace "he or she" with "the person" and "his or her" with "the person's" in a tax law – On passage: Yes
#224 06/27/23: HB 4437: Omnibus annual budget (everything except education) – Concur with Senate (procedural vote to trigger conference committee): Yes
#225 06/27/23: HB 4352: Allow creation of HOV lane restrictions – On passage: No
#226 06/27/23: HB 4353: Allow creation of HOV lane restrictions – On passage: No
#227 06/27/23: HB 4569: Allow "pre-registration" of voters at age 16 – On passage: No
#228 06/27/23: SB 59: Clarify definition of peace officer in mental health code – On passage: Yes
#229 06/27/23: HB 4520: Increase penaltes for assault and battery against people performing medicine (incl. abortion) – On passage: Yes
#230 06/27/23: HB 4521: Increase penaltes for assault and battery against people performing medicine (incl. abortion) – On passage: Yes
#231 06/27/23: SB 247: Expand university ability to sell alcohol at events – On passage: Yes
#232 06/27/23: HB 4082: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#233 06/27/23: HB 4602: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#234 06/27/23: SB 302: Require buildings exceed energy code requirements to qualify as new construction energy project – On passage: No
#235 06/27/23: SB 303: Expand clean energy subsidies – On passage: No
#236 06/27/23: SB 52: Make penalty apply for failing to report a deer harvest retention number – On passage: No
#237 06/27/23: SB 219: Allow pharmacists to order and administer vaccines – On passage: Yes
#238 06/27/23: SB 339: Create absentee ballot electronic tracking system – On passage: No
#239 06/27/23: SB 367: Implement early voting – On passage: No
#240 06/27/23: SB 370: Rewrite rules on absentee ballots – On passage: No
#241 06/27/23: SB 371: Companion bill with SB 370 to rewrite rules on absentee ballots – On passage: No
#242 06/27/23: SB 373: Allow easily faked IDs (student IDs, etc.) be used for voting ID – On passage: No
#243 06/27/23: HB 4644: Make major changes to Power of Attorney Act – On passage: Yes
#244 06/27/23: HB 4645: Make major changes to Power of Attorney Act – On passage: Yes
#245 06/27/23: HB 4646: Make major changes to Power of Attorney Act – On passage: Yes
#246 06/27/23: HB 4362: Allow people to opt-in to donate organs when filing taxes – On passage: Yes
#247 06/27/23: HB 4363: Allow people to opt-in to donate organs when filing taxes – On passage: Yes
#248 06/27/23: HB 4495: Make various changes to the medical assistance program to reflect there not being certain program waivers – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#249 06/28/23: SB 209: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#250 06/28/23: SB 212: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#251 06/28/23: SB 213: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#252 06/28/23: SB 216: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#253 06/28/23: HB 4619: Ban insurers from discriminating based on "sexual orientation or gender identity" – On passage: No
#254 06/28/23: HB 4620: Ban insurers from denying coverage based on preexisting conditions – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#255 06/28/23: HB 4621: Mandate insurers cover dependents up to age 26 at request of policyholder – On passage: No
#256 06/28/23: HB 4622: Prohibit health insurers from offering plans with lifetime or annual dollar limits – On passage: No
#257 06/28/23: HB 4623: Prohibit health insurance that does not offer certain "minimum" coverage – On passage: No
#258 06/28/23: SB 141: Eliminate sunset on allowing alcohol delivery and carryout sales – On passage: Yes
#259 06/28/23: HB 4706: Clarify that electric vehicle charging services are not public utilities – On passage: Yes
#260 06/28/23: SB 14: Allow state to impose more strict energy rules than the feds do – On passage: No
#261 06/28/23: HB 4573: Extend sunset on special interest subsidy for jobs training program – On passage: Yes
#262 06/28/23: HB 4752: Expanding "retired" school employees earning a wage and also a pension – On passage: Yes
#263 06/28/23: HB 4437: Omnibus annual budget (everything except education) – Approve conference report (final passage): No
#264 06/28/23: SB 377: Create a criminal justice policy commission within legislature – On passage: No
#265 06/28/23: SB 56: Repeal archaic law against "lewd and lacscivious" relations out of wedlock – On passage: Yes
#266 06/28/23: HB 4696: Make crime of reporting early voting results – Concur with Senate: No
#267 06/28/23: HB 4820: Allow school districts put seniority over effectiveness in hiring and firing – Concur with Senate: No
#268 06/28/23: SB 173: K-12 "School Aid" annual budget – Approve conference report (final passage): No
#269 09/06/23: HB 4295: Prohibit minors from marrying – Concur with Senate: Yes
#270 09/06/23: HB 4296: Prohibit minors from marrying – On passage: Yes
#271 09/06/23: HB 4302: Prohibit minors from marrying – Concur with Senate: Yes
#272 09/06/23: HB 4294: Prohibit minors from marrying – Concur with Senate: Yes
#273 09/06/23: SB 134: Revise details of sobriety court – On passage: Yes
#274 09/06/23: SB 135: Revise details of sobriety court – On passage: Yes
#275 09/06/23: HB 4829: Extend a corporate welfare subsidy timeline by three more years – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#276 09/12/23: HB 4200: Require minors be screened periodically for lead poisoning – On passage: No
#277 09/12/23: SB 31: Require doctors test children for lead poisoning unless parent objects – On passage: No
#278 09/13/23: HB 4448: Designate a pagan holiday – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#279 09/13/23: HB 4446: Designate a religious holiday – On passage: Yes
#280 09/13/23: HB 4447: Designate religious holidays – On passage: Yes
#281 09/13/23: HB 4449: Designate a religious holiday – On passage: Yes
#282 09/13/23: HB 4544: Designate a religious holiday – On passage: Yes
#283 09/13/23: HB 4545: Designate a religious holiday – On passage: Yes
#284 09/19/23: HB 4992: Impose fines and fees for protesting a tax or assessment if deemed "frivolous" – On passage: No
#285 09/19/23: HB 4998: Allow government to delay grain dealer licenses by 30 more days – On passage: No
#286 09/19/23: HB 4999: Allow department to grant an additional extension for a temporary grain dealer permit – On passage: No
#287 09/19/23: HB 5001: Revise details of farm produce insurance fees – On passage: No
#288 09/19/23: HB 5002: Alter pension health care payroll growth assumption rate and contribution requirements – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#289 09/19/23: HB 5006: Remove expired language from a law – On passage: No
#290 09/20/23: HB 4982: Extend sunset on higher education and distance education reciprocal exchange act by 6 years – On passage: Yes
#291 09/20/23: HB 4341: Require filtration systems in child care centers – On passage: No
#292 09/20/23: HB 4342: Require filtration systems in child care centers – On passage: No
#293 09/20/23: HB 4988: Eliminate sunset on livestock licensing fees – On passage: No
#294 09/20/23: HB 4989: Eliminate sunset on food service establishment fees – On passage: No
#295 09/20/23: HB 4990: Eliminate sunset on vehicle registration tax – On passage: No
#296 09/20/23: HB 4991: Increase commercial look-up service fees – On passage: No
#297 09/20/23: HB 4993: Eliminate sunset on architect, engineer, and surveyor licensing fees – On passage: No
#298 09/20/23: HB 4994: Increase fees under uniform securities act – On passage: No
#299 09/20/23: HB 4995: Increase LLC statement fees – On passage: No
#300 09/20/23: HB 4996: Increase nonprofit corporation fees – On passage: No
#301 09/20/23: HB 4997: Increase business corporation fees – On passage: No
#302 09/20/23: HB 5000: Eliminate sunset on fingerprint and criminal record check fees – On passage: No
#303 09/20/23: HB 5003: Eliminate sunset on psychiatric hospital licensing fees – On passage: No
#304 09/20/23: HB 5004: Remove prohibition on health department charging for "quality assurance" assessments and increase home for the aged license fees – On passage: No
#305 09/20/23: HB 5007: Increase various natural resources and environmental protection fees – On passage: No
#306 09/26/23: HB 4331: Increase maximum fire insurance withholding and allow abandoned funds be used for repairs – On passage: Yes
#307 09/26/23: HB 4332: Increase penalties for blighting offenses and make crime for subsequent offenses – On passage: Yes
#308 09/26/23: SB 268: Increase death benefit for cemetary or funeral goods – On passage: Yes
#309 09/26/23: HB 4021: Refer to cops in law as "peace officers" – On passage: Yes
#310 09/27/23: HB 4356: Allow teachers unions to bargain against third party support services – Concur with Senate: No
#311 09/27/23: HB 5004: Remove prohibition on health department charging for "quality assurance" assessments and increase home for the aged license fees – Concur with Senate: No
#312 09/27/23: SB 397: Increase outstanding bond limit for housing development authority ($5bn to $7bn) – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#313 09/27/23: HB 4183: Expand drive time for historical vehicles – On passage: Yes
#314 09/27/23: HB 4308: Create sickle cell anemia fundraising license plate – On passage: Yes
#315 09/27/23: HB 4337: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#316 09/27/23: HB 4511: Expand and change requirements on child safety car seats – On passage: No
#317 09/27/23: HB 4512: Expand and change requirements on child safety car seats – On passage: No
#318 09/27/23: SB 43: Spell out construction zone barrier detail – On passage: No
#319 09/27/23: HB 4717: Increase continuing education requirements on real estate brokers – On passage: Yes
#320 09/27/23: HB 4210: Expand paperless electronic voting – On passage: No
#321 09/27/23: HB 4926: Remove expired property tax details for Covid pandemic – On passage: Yes
#322 09/27/23: HB 4567: Update reference because no-ID absentee ballots are no longer presumptively challenged – On passage: No
#323 09/27/23: HB 4568: Allow companies to drive voters to the polls – On passage: No
#324 09/27/23: HB 4570: Allow voters to apply for absentee ballots online without signature verification – On passage: No
#325 09/28/23: SB 176: Extend veterans benefits to unremarried surviving spouse – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#326 09/28/23: SB 330: Companion bill to SB 176 on disabled veteran tax filing requirements – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#327 09/28/23: SB 364: Clarify definition of "qualified error" as regarding a veterans tax exemption – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#328 09/28/23: HB 4852: Designate wild rice as the "official native grain" – On passage: Yes
#329 09/28/23: HB 4752: Expanding "retired" school employees earning a wage and also a pension – Concur with Senate: Yes
#330 10/03/23: HB 4352: Allow creation of HOV lane restrictions – Concur with Senate: No
#331 10/03/23: HB 4353: Allow creation of HOV lane restrictions – Concur with Senate: No
#332 10/04/23: HB 4553: Create a "local government reimbursement fund" – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#333 10/04/23: HB 4554: Create a "local government reimbursement fund" – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#334 10/04/23: HB 4983: Automatically register state ID holders to vote – On passage: No
#335 10/04/23: HB 4984: Automatically register state ID holders to vote – On passage: No
#336 10/04/23: HB 4985: Automatically register state ID holders to vote – On passage: No
#337 10/04/23: HB 4986: Remove option to decline to register to vote when applying for a state ID – On passage: No
#338 10/04/23: SB 374: Increase precinct size from less than 3,000 voters to 5,000 – On passage: Yes
#339 10/04/23: SB 281: Allow health insurers give third parties access to dental network contracts – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#340 10/04/23: HB 4596: Mandate baby wipes be prominently marked as non-flushable – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#341 10/05/23: SB 179: Give Indian tribes a cut of marijuana revenue – On passage: Yes
#342 10/05/23: SB 180: Give Indian tribes a cut of marijuana revenue – On passage: Yes
#343 10/10/23: HB 4647: Remove details on requirements of barbershop inspections – On passage: No
#344 10/10/23: HB 4438: Expand mandatory arbitration for police and firefighters to include corrections officers – Concur with Senate: No, against majority of his own party
#345 10/11/23: HB 4704: Increase gift limit from life insurance agents from $5 to $50 – On passage: Yes
#346 10/12/23: HB 4341: Require filtration systems in child care centers – Concur with Senate: No
#347 10/12/23: HB 4071: Equal treatment by insurance companies for coverage of orally administered anticancer chemotherapy vs intravenous – Concur with Senate: Yes, against majority of his own party
#348 10/12/23: HB 4620: Ban insurers from denying coverage based on preexisting conditions – Concur with Senate: No, against majority of his own party
#349 10/12/23: HB 4320: Make crime to harass, etc. a "vulnerable adult" that causes the person to provide pornography – On passage: Yes
#350 10/12/23: HB 4387: Sentencing guidelines for crime of coercing vulnerable adult to provide pornography – On passage: Yes
#351 10/12/23: SB 88: Require filtration systems in child care centers – On passage: No
#352 10/12/23: HB 5021: Put public school employees on Tier 1 retirement plan if they don't choose one – On passage: No
#353 10/12/23: HB 4823: Add a new probate judge in Macomb County – On passage: Yes
#354 10/12/23: HB 4920: Add a judge in Kenty County district court – On passage: Yes
#355 10/12/23: HB 4012: Increase speed limits – On passage: Yes
#356 10/12/23: HB 4126: Eliminate sunset on speed limit guideline – On passage: Yes
#357 10/12/23: SB 331: Change application process for small business property tax exemption – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#358 10/12/23: HB 4732: Provide that terms "health insurance policy" and "health benefit plan" do not include coverage that is only for excepted benefits under federal law – On passage: Yes
#359 10/12/23: HB 4733: Provide that terms "health insurance policy" and "health benefit plan" do not include coverage that is only for excepted benefits under federal law – On passage: Yes
#360 10/12/23: SB 356: Replace statutory requirement on summary of benefits statements to administrative rule – On passage: No
#361 10/12/23: SB 357: Prohibit insurers from rescinding health coverage – On passage: No
#362 10/12/23: SB 358: Mandate insurance coverage be pegged to a certain percentage of "full actuarial value" of benefits – On passage: No
#363 10/12/23: SB 470: Allow uniformed services voters to vote electronically earlier – On passage: No
#364 10/17/23: HB 4625: Limit time a youth can be placed in precourt diversion program and mandate a screening tool – On passage: No
#365 10/17/23: HB 4626: Limit time a youth can be placed in precourt diversion program and mandate a screening tool – On passage: No
#366 10/17/23: HB 4628: Mandate courts use screening tool for minors – On passage: No
#367 10/17/23: HB 4629: Mandate a juvenile screening tool before keeping juveniles in secure detention before trial – On passage: No
#368 10/17/23: HB 4630: Mandate Michigan indigent defense commission cover minors – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#369 10/17/23: HB 4633: Require courts to consider a juvenile's maturity, emotional and mental health in sentencing – On passage: No
#370 10/17/23: HB 4636: Eliminate late court fees for juvenile criminals – On passage: No
#371 10/17/23: HB 4637: Eliminate "juvenile sentenced as adult" fee for juveniles sentenced as adults – On passage: No
#372 10/17/23: HB 4639: Rename "chidren's ombudsman" to "child advocate" – On passage: Yes
#373 10/17/23: HB 4640: Rename "chidren's ombudsman" to "child advocate" – On passage: Yes
#374 10/17/23: HB 4643: Rename "chidren's ombudsman" to "child advocate" – On passage: Yes
#375 10/18/23: SB 384: Ban denying or limiting insurance to organ donors – On passage: Yes
#376 10/18/23: SB 506: Increase food service establishment fees – On passage: No
#377 10/18/23: SB 507: Expand city income taxes – On passage: No
#378 10/18/23: SB 508: Limit farm produce insurance board member's mileage reimbursement – On passage: No
#379 10/18/23: SB 510: Allow department to grant an additional extension for a temporary grain dealer permit – On passage: No
#380 10/18/23: SB 511: Require university unfunded liability payments be made in full – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#381 10/18/23: SB 55: Expand a certain tax exemption – On passage: Yes
#382 10/19/23: HB 4861: Remove conditions on a state property conveyed to Muskegon County – On passage: Yes
#383 10/19/23: HB 5074: Allow municipalities get "retroactive" approval of tax-incremenet financing projects going back 5 years – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#384 10/19/23: HB 4965: Include satellite services in definition of video program provider – On passage: Yes
#385 10/19/23: HB 4850: Exempt active duty military from jury duty – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#386 10/19/23: HB 4942: Transfer a state-owned parking structure to the House of Representatives – On passage: No
#387 10/19/23: HB 4844: Allow student athletes to be paid by third parties for image, likeness, etc. – On passage: Yes
#388 10/19/23: HB 4816: New law to prohibit high school athletes from being paid (ban also applies directly to students) – On passage: No
#389 10/19/23: HB 4897: Provide for equipment sharing between MDOT and local road commissions – On passage: Yes
#390 10/19/23: HB 4608: Impose licensure on dietitian nutritionists – On passage: No
#391 10/19/23: HB 4718: Prohibit "heat of passion" defense against response to transgender sexual assault – On passage: No
#392 10/24/23: HB 4573: Extend sunset on special interest subsidy for jobs training program – Concur with Senate: Yes, against majority of his own party
#393 10/24/23: HB 4979: Revise details of appointing tax assessors – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#394 10/24/23: SB 280: Require children get dental exams – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#395 10/24/23: HB 4909: Modify requirements to be appointed as a guardian or conservator – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#396 10/24/23: HB 4910: Modify requirements to be appointed as a guardian or conservator – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#397 10/24/23: HB 4911: Modify requirements to be appointed as a guardian or conservator – On passage: Yes
#398 10/24/23: HB 4912: Modify requirements to be appointed as a guardian or conservator – On passage: Yes
#399 10/24/23: HB 5047: Create "Office of State Guardian" to impose licensure on guardians – On passage: No
#400 10/24/23: HB 4738: Prohibit prosecutors from disclosing the identity of witnesses (accusers) in trials with exceptions – On passage: Yes
#401 10/24/23: HB 4739: Prohibit prosecutors from disclosing the identity of witnesses (accusers) in trials with exceptions – On passage: Yes
#402 10/25/23: HB 4416: Revise details of probate code – On passage: Yes
#403 10/25/23: HB 4417: Restrict free transfer of certain vehicles to a surviving spouse – On passage: Yes
#404 10/25/23: HB 4418: Increase amount of uniform transfers to minors without court approval – On passage: Yes
#405 10/25/23: HB 4419: Increase maximum value of certificate of title transferring deceased owner's interest – On passage: Yes
#406 10/25/23: HB 4346: Allow municipal employee retirement board to meet remotely – On passage: Yes
#407 10/25/23: HB 4085: Provide safe harbor for youth at shelter for up to 72 hours without parental consent – On passage: No
#408 10/25/23: HB 4086: Define "homeless youth" – On passage: No
#409 10/25/23: HB 4865: Allow smaller gas stations to sell alcohol – On passage: Yes
#410 10/25/23: HB 4276: Impose various regulations on pharmacies – On passage: Yes
#411 10/25/23: SB 174: Another school supplemental – On passage: No
#412 10/31/23: HB 4948: Prohibit landlords from requiring disclosure of prospective tenants' criminal history – On passage: No
#413 10/31/23: HB 4960: Prohibit employers from requesting criminal histories of job applicants – On passage: No
#414 10/31/23: HB 4724: Increase property tax credit for disabled veterans and widows in certain circumstances – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#415 10/31/23: HB 4716: Eliminate secretary of state's entitlement to conduct reviews of salvage vehicle dealer records – On passage: Yes
#416 10/31/23: HB 4185: Clarify asbestos violation penalty details – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#417 10/31/23: HB 4186: Create more asbestos regulations – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#418 10/31/23: HB 4187: Create more asbestos regulations – On passage: No
#419 10/31/23: HB 4188: Create more asbestos regulations – On passage: No
#420 10/31/23: HB 4189: Create more asbestos regulations – On passage: No
#421 10/31/23: HB 4190: Create more asbestos regulations – On passage: Yes
#422 10/31/23: HB 4522: Create "family treatment courts" – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#423 10/31/23: HB 4523: Allow violent offenders be admitted to mental health courts – On passage: No
#424 10/31/23: HB 4524: Allow courts to allow felon re-offenders continue on probation – On passage: No
#425 10/31/23: HB 4525: Allow courts to allow felon re-offenders continue on probation – On passage: No
#426 10/31/23: HB 5048: Allow local governments to levy taxes on hotels – On passage: No
#427 10/31/23: HB 5096: Expand "renaissance zone" corporate welfare scheme – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#428 10/31/23: HB 5100: Create new "research and development" tax subsidy program – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#429 10/31/23: HB 5101: Create new "research and development" tax subsidy program – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#430 10/31/23: HB 5102: Create new "research and development" tax subsidy program – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#431 10/31/23: HB 4368: Create a corporate tax credit for research and development – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#433 10/31/23: HB 5099: Create new "research and development" tax subsidy program – On passage: No
#434 11/01/23: HB 5046: Increase court transcript fees – On passage: Yes
#435 11/01/23: HB 5028: Ban homeowners associations from prohibiting solar cells and other "energy-saving improvements" – On passage: No
#436 11/01/23: HB 4723: Create Merchant Marines license plate – On passage: Yes
#437 11/01/23: SB 262: Revise detail of fire regulation applying to tents – On passage: Yes
#438 11/01/23: SB 513: Allow hospital to convert from county hospital to nonprofit hospital – On passage: Yes
#439 11/01/23: HB 4945: Ban firearms from people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence – On passage: No
#440 11/01/23: SB 471: Ban firearms from people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence – On passage: No
#441 11/01/23: SB 528: Prescribe additional misdemeanor penalties if the perpetrator was dating, living with, or married to the victim – On passage: No
#442 11/01/23: HB 4129: Criminalize "intimidating" election officials committing crimes – On passage: No
#443 11/01/23: HB 4130: Criminalize "intimidating" election officials committing crimes – On passage: No
#444 11/01/23: HB 5141: Mandate political messages include disclaimer if they use AI-generated content – On passage: No
#445 11/01/23: HB 5142: Mandate political messages include disclaimer if they use AI-generated content – On passage: No
#446 11/01/23: HB 5143: Mandate political messages include disclaimer if they use AI-generated content – On passage: No
#447 11/01/23: HB 5144: Criminalize "materially deceptive" political ads – On passage: No
#448 11/01/23: HB 5145: Criminalize "materially deceptive" political ads – On passage: No
#449 11/01/23: HB 4885: Create a "medication aide training and permit program" – On passage: Yes
#450 11/01/23: HB 4923: Create a "medication aide training and permit program" – On passage: Yes
#451 11/01/23: SB 395: Lower standard for teacher evaluation – On passage: No
#452 11/01/23: SB 396: Lower standard for teacher certification – On passage: No
#453 11/01/23: SB 385: Allow applications for poll workers be submitted without being in handwriting – On passage: Yes
#454 11/01/23: SB 572: Reduce maximum precinct size from 5000 voters to 4999 voters – On passage: Yes
#455 11/01/23: SB 573: Reduce maximum precinct size from 5000 voters to 4999 voters – On passage: Yes
#456 11/01/23: HB 4230: Allow forced union dues to be spent on left-wing politics – On passage: No
#457 11/01/23: HB 4234: Allow automatic payroll deductions to be sent to (Democrat) PACs – On passage: No
#458 11/01/23: HB 4274: Create a "revenue sharing trust fund" – On passage: Yes
#459 11/01/23: HB 4275: Create a "revenue sharing trust fund" – On passage: Yes
#460 11/01/23: HB 4949: Legalize child sexual mutilation and mandate health insurance pay for abortions – On passage: No
#461 11/01/23: HB 4951: Update references to reflect legalized abortion – On passage: No
#462 11/01/23: HB 4953: Update references to reflect legalized abortion – On passage: No
#463 11/01/23: HB 4954: Update references to reflect legalized abortion – On passage: No
#464 11/01/23: HB 4955: Update references to reflect legalized abortion – On passage: No
#465 11/01/23: HB 4956: Legalize late-term abortion – On passage: No
#466 11/01/23: SB 474: Update references to reflect legalized abortion – On passage: No
#467 11/01/23: SB 476: Legalize late-term abortion – On passage: No
#468 11/01/23: SB 477: Allow pregnant student services provide abortion referrals – On passage: No
#469 11/02/23: HB 4520: Increase penaltes for assault and battery against people performing medicine (incl. abortion) – Concur with Senate: Yes
#470 11/02/23: HB 4521: Increase penaltes for assault and battery against people performing medicine (incl. abortion) – Concur with Senate: Yes
#471 11/02/23: HB 5059: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#472 11/02/23: HB 4158: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#473 11/02/23: HB 4722: Remove older language on "Juneteenth" state employee vacation day replaced in another bill – On passage: Yes
#474 11/02/23: HB 4154: Name a road – On passage: Yes
#475 11/02/23: HB 4981: Prohibit people running for sheriff unless having served as an LEO or CO in Michigan for 5 years or more – On passage: Yes
#476 11/02/23: HB 4048: Allow exempt winner of multistate lottery from FOIA for anonymity – On passage: Yes
#477 11/02/23: HB 4605: Spend sales tax revenue on "public safety and violence prevention fund" – On passage: No
#478 11/02/23: HB 4292: General government budget (legislature, governor, AG, SOS, Treasury, DTMB, Civil Rights) – Adopt conference report (final passage): No
#479 11/02/23: SB 280: Require children get dental exams – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#480 11/02/23: SB 382: Require government agencies to be multilingual (paid for by taxpayers) – On passage: No
#481 11/02/23: HB 4720: Require government agencies to be multilingual (paid for by taxpayers) – On passage: No
#482 11/02/23: SB 174: Another school supplemental – Adopt conference report (final passage): No
#483 11/02/23: HB 5120: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar – On passage: No
#484 11/02/23: HB 5121: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar – On passage: No
#485 11/03/23: Appeal ruling of chair allowing conflict of interest of Rep. Joey Andrews, who owns a solar company: No
#486 11/03/23: SB 271: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035 – On passage: No
#487 11/03/23: SB 273: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035 – On passage: No
#488 11/03/23: SB 502: Mandate "equitable" access to wastewater utilities – On passage: No
#489 11/03/23: SB 519: New law to create a "community and worker economic transition office" – On passage: No
#490 11/03/23: SB 277: Allow farmers to rent land to build solar farms – On passage: No
#491 11/08/23: SB 273: Mandate all energy be from renewable sources by 2035 – On passage: No
#492 11/08/23: HB 5120: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar – Concur with Senate: No
#493 11/08/23: HB 5121: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar – Concur with Senate: No
#494 11/08/23: HB 4605: Spend sales tax revenue on "public safety and violence prevention fund" – On passage: Yes
#495 11/08/23: HB 4606: Create "public safety and violence prevention fund" – On passage: Yes
#496 11/08/23: SB 103: Impose licensure on hunting and fishing guides – On passage: No
#497 11/08/23: SB 104: Impose licensure on hunting and fishing guides – On passage: No
#498 11/08/23: SB 105: Impose licensure on hunting and fishing guides – On passage: No
#499 11/08/23: SB 293: Remove regulations on subsidized housing – On passage: No
#500 11/08/23: HB 4905: Huge special interest deal for data center – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#501 11/08/23: HB 4906: Huge special interest deal for data center – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#502 11/08/23: HB 4273: Require codemnation notices be sent to tenants as well as landlords – Concur with Senate: Yes
#503 11/08/23: HB 4569: Allow "pre-registration" of voters at age 16 – Concur with Senate: No
#504 11/08/23: HB 4983: Automatically register state ID holders to vote – Concur with Senate: No
#505 11/08/23: HB 4861: Remove conditions on a state property conveyed to Muskegon County – Concur with Senate: Yes, against majority of his own party
#506 11/08/23: HB 4885: Create a "medication aide training and permit program" – Concur with Senate: Yes
#507 11/08/23: HB 5056: Create a 4-H Foundation fundraising license plate – On passage: Yes
#508 11/08/23: HB 5058: Create a 4-H Foundation fundraising license plate – On passage: Yes
#509 11/08/23: HB 4857: Exclude milkweed from definition of noxious weeds – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#510 11/08/23: SB 337: Revise land survey map requirements – On passage: No
#511 11/08/23: SB 529: Extend period for county canvassers to certify election results and other certification process changes – On passage: No
#512 11/08/23: SB 227: Limit use of physical restraints child therapy group homes – On passage: Yes
#513 11/08/23: HB 5103: Issue driver licenses to those convicted of multiple violations of driving without licenses – On passage: No
#514 11/08/23: SB 464: Create Michigan license plates styled from earlier years – On passage: Yes
#515 11/08/23: HB 4917: Increase penalties for assault if the victim is a bus or train driver – On passage: No
#516 11/08/23: SB 533: Allow for electronic transfer of title or interest in vehicles – On passage: Yes
#517 11/08/23: HB 4918: Increase penalties for assault if the victim is a bus or train driver – On passage: No
#518 11/08/23: SB 22: Tweak definition of "TSA area" in an airport – On passage: Yes
#519 11/08/23: SB 410: Allow some lawsuits against drug-makers, removing ban on suing FDA-approved drugs – On passage: No
#520 11/08/23: SB 133: Create overdose fatality review teams – On passage: No
#521 11/08/23: SB 592: Prohibit state lawsuits related to various opioid settlements – On passage: Yes
#522 11/08/23: SB 418: Increase "county child care fund reimbursement rate" – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#523 11/08/23: SB 421: Mandate courts use "risk and needs assessment" for juvenile criminals – On passage: No
#524 11/08/23: SB 425: Mandate appellate defender cover minors – On passage: No
#525 11/08/23: SB 426: Allow department to modify juvenile justice residential per diem rates – On passage: No
#526 11/08/23: SB 428: Prohibit courts from requiring juvenile delinquents and their families from paying certain court costs – On passage: No
#527 11/08/23: SB 429: Make taxpayers pay for DNA evidence fees instead of juvenile criminals – On passage: No
#528 11/08/23: SB 432: Expand powers of child advocates – On passage: Yes
#529 11/08/23: SB 435: Rename "chidren's ombudsman" to "child advocate" – On passage: Yes
#530 11/08/23: SB 436: Rename "chidren's ombudsman" to "child advocate" – On passage: Yes
#531 11/09/23: HB 5207: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#532 11/09/23: HB 5208: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#533 11/09/23: HB 5209: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#534 11/09/23: HB 5210: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#535 11/09/23: HB 5211: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#536 11/09/23: HB 5212: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#537 11/09/23: HB 5213: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#538 11/09/23: HB 5214: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#539 11/09/23: HB 5215: Impose regulatory regime on assisted/surrogate reproduction – On passage: No
#540 11/09/23: SB 505: Criminalize "intimidating" an election official – On passage: No
#541 11/09/23: SB 570: Prohibit county clerks from conducting election audits if the clerk is a member of a political party – On passage: No
#542 11/09/23: SB 590: Mandate all election court challenges be filed in the state Court of Claims – On passage: No
#543 11/09/23: SB 591: Prohibit legal challenges to presidential election – On passage: No
#544 11/09/23: SB 594: Eliminate protections against online voter registration fraud – On passage: No
#545 11/09/23: HB 4127: Ban firearms within 100ft of drop box – On passage: No
#546 11/09/23: HB 4128: Ban firearms within 100ft of drop box – On passage: No
#547 11/09/23: HB 4945: Ban firearms from people convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence – Concur with Senate: No
#548 11/09/23: HB 4824: Revise detail in reference to administrative procedures act within natural resources protection act – On passage: No
#549 11/09/23: HB 4825: Revise detail in reference to administrative procedures act within natural resources protection act – On passage: No
#550 11/09/23: HB 4826: Eliminate the environmental rules review committee (which cuts red tape) – On passage: No
#551 11/09/23: SB 374: Increase precinct size from less than 3,000 voters to 5,000 – On passage: No
#552 11/09/23: SB 613: Mandate elected officials report their personal finances – On passage: No
#553 11/09/23: SB 614: Mandate candidates for public office disclose their personal finances – On passage: No
#554 11/09/23: SB 615: Allow campaign committee to pay candidates' late filing fees – On passage: No
#555 11/09/23: SB 616: Companion bill to SB 613-615 – On passage: Yes, against majority of his own party
#556 11/09/23: Quorum call: Yes
#557 11/09/23: HB 5048: Allow local governments to levy taxes on hotels – Concur with Senate: No
#558 11/09/23: HB 4360: Allow emergency services to serve partial municipalities – On passage: No
#559 11/09/23: HB 4579: Require insurance remibursements for telehealth be the same as for office visits – On passage: No
#560 11/09/23: HB 4580: Require insurance remibursements for telehealth be the same as for office visits – On passage: No
#561 11/09/23: HB 4213: Expand coverage of telemedicine – On passage: No
#562 11/09/23: HB 4131: Require insurers cover telemedicine – On passage: No
#563 11/09/23: HB 4676: Mandate foster kids be subjected to Michigan state curriculum and impose assessments of education facilities at child care institutions – On passage: Yes
#564 11/09/23: HB 4677: Mandate foster kids be subjected to Michigan state curriculum and impose assessments of education facilities at child care institutions – On passage: Yes
#565 11/09/23: HB 4678: Mandate foster kids be subjected to Michigan state curriculum and impose assessments of education facilities at child care institutions – On passage: Yes
#566 11/09/23: HB 4072: Allow flashers and purple flags in funeral processions – On passage: Yes
#567 11/09/23: SB 169: Require public employers provide information to labor bosses – On passage: No
#568 11/09/23: HB 4325: Make garbage dumping a misdemeanor rather than civil infraction at certain volume – On passage: Yes
#569 11/09/23: SB 466: Exempt a cigar bar from smoking ban that only would apply to Bay City – On passage: Yes
#570 11/09/23: SB 185: More scrubbing relating to undoing the emergency manager law – On passage: No
#571 11/09/23: HB 5148: Revise disclosure rules for birth records of adoptees – On passage: Yes
#572 11/09/23: HB 5149: Revise disclosure rules for birth records of adoptees – On passage: Yes
#573 11/09/23: HB 4928: Impose fines for camera-based automated traffic tickets – On passage: Yes
#574 11/09/23: HB 4929: Authorize money collected from camera-based tickets be given to schools – On passage: Yes
#575 11/09/23: HB 4930: Allow traffic ticket cameras on school buses – On passage: Yes
#576 11/09/23: SB 441: Impose regulations on fisheries – On passage: No, against majority of his own party
#577 11/09/23: HB 4476: Expand penalties for "hate crime" – Concur with Senate: No, against majority of his own party
#578 11/09/23: HB 4387: Sentencing guidelines for crime of coercing vulnerable adult to provide pornography – Concur with Senate: Yes
#579 11/09/23: HB 4477: Expand penalties for "hate crime" – Concur with Senate: Yes
#580 11/09/23: HB 4695: Implement early voting – Concur with Senate: No
#581 11/09/23: SB 148: Create reporting requirements for animal testing facilities – On passage: No
#582 11/09/23: SB 149: Require animal research facilities offer lab animals for adoption before euthanization – On passage: No
#583 11/09/23: HB 5141: Mandate political messages include disclaimer if they use AI-generated content – Concur with Senate: No
#584 11/09/23: HB 5143: Mandate political messages include disclaimer if they use AI-generated content – Concur with Senate: No
#585 11/09/23: HB 5145: Criminalize "materially deceptive" political ads – Concur with Senate: No
#586 11/09/23: SB 586: Allow state energy bureaucrats to override local zoning restrictions on wind and solar – Concur with Senate: No



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