Michigan House Republicans
Vote explanations 2-6-24
RELEASE|February 9, 2024
Contact: Neil Friske

TUESDAY, FEB 6, 2024

I voted NO on HB 4864 (Rep Wozniak) which would revise the law regarding trusts to allow a trust to be named within a trust with new trustees. I voted NO on this legislation because the Democrats tried using a Republican-led bill as a trojan horse to pass radical policies that I don’t agree with.

FAILED 54-49


I voted YES on HB 4613 (Rep Prestin) which would amend the existing law to extend temporary paramedic licenses to be valid from 120 days to 1 year. I voted YES because this legislation would give paramedics more time to prepare to get their paramedic’s license.

PASSED 105-1

I voted NO on HB 4614 (Rep Fitzgerald) which would amend existing law to require paramedics with a temporary license to be directly supervised by a fully licensed paramedic. I voted NO because a temporary licensed paramedic has already completed the schooling and shown competency to be a paramedic. They should not be required to be directly supervised by a fully licensed paramedic.

PASSED 100-6

I voted YES on HB 4028 (Rep Zorn) which would exempt tow truck drivers from seasonal weight restrictions when towing or traveling to or from a disabled vehicle. I voted YES because tow truckers are doing crucial work to make sure the roadways are clear to make it safer for other drivers. This would give them the necessary exemption to do their job.

PASSED 106-0

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