State Rep. Steve Johnson finished his first term in the state House of Representatives with a perfect voting record, taking part in all 1,554 record roll call votes during the 2017-2018 session.
“The people of Allegan and Kent counties elected me to be their voice in Lansing,” Rep. Johnson said. “I take that responsibility very seriously and believe it is important to be present and transparent with every vote. Over the next two years, I will continue working hard to represent the interests of the 72nd District.”
Rep. Johnson is currently serving his second term in the Michigan House of Representatives.
Earlier this month, State Rep. Steve Johnson introduced legislation to ensure tractors that comply with the Michigan Vehicle Code and other minimum speed requirements are able to cross the Mackinac Bridge.
Yesterday, State Rep. Steve Johnson testified before the House Ways & Means Committee in support of House Bill 4717, which allows gas cans made, sold and used in Michigan to not conform to federal EPA regulations. The bill was then voted on and passed 7-4.
Today, State Rep. Steve Johnson’s bill to allow Michigan vehicle owners the option to renew their vehicle registration for up to two years was passed unanimously in the House Transportation Committee.