State Representative Andria Bennett’s House Bill 59 passed the House 40-0-1 and the Senate 21-0 in the final week of the session. This bill requires the Secretary of the Department of Transportation to publish the transaction history for funds allocated to each member of the General Assembly under the Community Transportation Fund.
This is good thing, to make sure that each Representative and Senator are using these funds to get pot holes in neighborhoods filled.
Where is the bill now? Passed House 40-0-1 and the Senate 21-0. Sent to the Governor.
Democratic Sponsors — Bennett, Paradee, Sokola, Baumbach, Brady, Matthews, Mitchell, Viola, Williams
Republican Sponsors — Delcollo, Cloutier, Wilson, Smith, Spiegelman, Yearick
Yes Votes — Senate — Bonini Brown Cloutier Delcollo Ennis Hansen Hocker Lawson Lockman Lopez McBride McDowell Paradee Pettyjohn Poore Richardson Sokola Sturgeon Townsend Walsh Wilson ||| House — Baumbach Bennett Bentz Bolden Brady Briggs King Bush Carson Chukwuocha Collins Cooke D.Short Dorsey Walker Dukes Gray Griffith Heffernan Hensley Jaques K.Johnson K.Williams Kowalko Longhurst Lynn Matthews Michael Smith Minor-Brown Mitchell Morris Osienski Postles Ramone Schwartzkopf Seigfried Shupe Smyk Spiegelman Vanderwende Viola Yearick
No Votes — Senate — ||| House —
Absent — Q.Johnson
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