Michigan House Republicans
Vote explanations 2-27-24
RELEASE|February 29, 2024
Contact: Steve Carra

Tuesday, February 27th, 2024

I voted NO on SB 57 & 58 (Sen. Chang & Bellino) Would amend the Public Health Code to prohibit the sale of an object specifically designed for the inhaling of nitrous oxide for recreational purposes.

EXPLANATION: It is not the government’s job to hold everyone’s hand through all the life decisions
they make.

SB 57 PASSED 87-18, SB 58 PASSED 88-17

I voted YES on HB 5151 (Rep. Shannon) Designates a portion of M-53 as the “Officer Leroy Imus Memorial Highway.”

EXPLANATION: Leroy Imus was a U.S. Navy Veteran, a decorated and well
liked Sterling Heights Police Officer, as well as a family man. Officer Imus died at 32 when he was struck by a vehicle in the line of duty, he is survived by a wife and four children.

PASSED 105-0

Wednesday, February 28th, 2024

I voted NO on HB 4279 (Rep.VanderWall) Would allow intermediate school districts (ISDs) to contract with other ISDs to operate their Career and Technical Education (CTE) program.

This will invariably lead to more mills levied and the district residents will end up paying more for government education.

PASSED: 100-6

Thursday, February 29th, 2024

I voted YES on HB 4011 (Rep. Neyer) Reduces Penalty for Family Farms in Reporting Certain MIOSHA Violations.

EXPLANATION: Grieving families should not be expected to think first of what the government demands of them.

PASSED 93-13

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