Michigan House Republicans
Vote explanations for the week of March 12, 2024
RELEASE|March 13, 2024
Contact: Steve Carra

Tuesday, March 12th, 2024

I voted NO on HB 4676  (Rep. Young) Provides educational requirements for children placed in foster care, requires a report to the legislature and internal department review. EXPLANATION: This bill leads to more children in this state being subjected to the state-mandated curriculums.

PASSED 102-4

I voted YES on SB 721 (Sen. Moss) Would extend the sunset another 18 months to allow property owners time to properly update or file their claims against a marketable record of title, (to September 29, 2025.) EXPLANATION: Without the sunset extension, property owners will likely face significant challenges in keeping their property rights and agreements. This additional time was necessary in order to create a legislative fix for the unintended consequences of PA 572 of 2018.

PASSED 106-0

Wednesday, March 13th, 2024

I voted YES on HB 4603 (Rep. Liberati) Would amend the Construction of School Buildings Act to allow “design-builders” to perform school building construction, remodeling and design. EXPLANATION: This change should streamline the school construction process by ensuring more options for construction, reducing project timelines, and lowering costs for local communities.

PASSED: 95-11

I voted NO on HB 5203 (Rep. Breen)  Allows Retirants to be Employed by a County Sheriff’s Office Without Forfeiting Retirement Benefits. EXPLANATION: The collection of retirement benefits is meant for those who are retired, and it should stay that way.

PASSED: 94-12

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