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Presentation to the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks Presentation to the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks

The Michigan Legislature The 97 th Session The 98 th Session State Senate 27 The Michigan Legislature The 97 th Session The 98 th Session State Senate 27 to 11 Seat Republican Majority 10 of 38 Senators in First Term (9 served in the State House) 34 men and 4 women 27 of 38 are now termed out House of Representatives 63 to 47 Seat Republican Majority 44 of 110 Representatives in First Term 83 men and 27 women 40 members are now termed out State Senate 26 to 12 Seat Republican majority 29 of 38 Senators in first term 34 men and 4 women House of Representatives 59 to 51 Seat Republican Majority 61 of 110 Representatives in First Term 86 men and 24 women 2271 bills introduced 572 new Public Acts

House Majority Leadership Speaker Kevin Cotter (R-Isabella County) Majority Floor Leader Aric Nesbitt (R-Van House Majority Leadership Speaker Kevin Cotter (R-Isabella County) Majority Floor Leader Aric Nesbitt (R-Van Buren County)

House Minority Leadership Minority Leader Tim Greimel (D-Oakland County) Minority Floor Leader Sam Singh House Minority Leadership Minority Leader Tim Greimel (D-Oakland County) Minority Floor Leader Sam Singh (D-Ingham County)

Senate Majority Leadership Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof (R-Ottawa County) Majority Floor Leader Mike Kowall Senate Majority Leadership Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof (R-Ottawa County) Majority Floor Leader Mike Kowall (R-Oakland County)

Senate Minority Leadership Minority Leader Jim Ananich (D-Genesee County) Minority Floor Leader Morris Hood Senate Minority Leadership Minority Leader Jim Ananich (D-Genesee County) Minority Floor Leader Morris Hood (D-Wayne County)

Appropriations Committee Chairs Senate Chairman Dave Hildenbrand (R-Kent County) House Chairman Al Pscholka (R-Berrien Appropriations Committee Chairs Senate Chairman Dave Hildenbrand (R-Kent County) House Chairman Al Pscholka (R-Berrien County)

Local Government Committee Chairs Senate Chairman Dale Zorn (R-Monroe County) House Chairman Lee Chatfield Local Government Committee Chairs Senate Chairman Dale Zorn (R-Monroe County) House Chairman Lee Chatfield (R-Emmet County)

Judiciary Committee Chairs Senate Chairman Rick Jones (R-Eaton County) House Chairman Klint Kesto (R-Oakland Judiciary Committee Chairs Senate Chairman Rick Jones (R-Eaton County) House Chairman Klint Kesto (R-Oakland County)

Senate Elections & Government Reform Committee Dave Robertson (R-Genesee County), Chairman Patrick Colbeck(R-Wayne) Judi Senate Elections & Government Reform Committee Dave Robertson (R-Genesee County), Chairman Patrick Colbeck(R-Wayne) Judi Emmons (R-Montcalm) Mike Shirkey (R-Jackson) Morris Hood (D-Wayne)

House Elections Committee Lisa Lyons (R-Kent), Chairwoman Eric Leutheuser (R-Hillsdale) Kurt Heise (R-Wayne) Brad House Elections Committee Lisa Lyons (R-Kent), Chairwoman Eric Leutheuser (R-Hillsdale) Kurt Heise (R-Wayne) Brad Jacobsen (R-Oakland) Klint Kesto (R-Oakland) Gretchen Driskell (D-Washtenaw) John Hoadley (D-Kalamazoo) Jeff Irwin (D-Washtenaw)

Recent Legislative Activity of Interest Recent Legislative Activity of Interest

Recent Legislative Activity P. A. s 1 & 2 of 2015: Establishes and March Recent Legislative Activity P. A. s 1 & 2 of 2015: Establishes and March 8, 2016 Presidential Primary date. HBs 4270 -4276: Eliminates of February election dates. State appropriation for new voting equipment. HB 4214: Prohibits delivery of AV ballots to 45 days for MOVE ballots and not earlier than 30 days for other AV ballots.

Proposal 2015 -1 Proposal 2015 -1

Proposal 15 -1: Road Funding On May 5, 2015 for voters to decide the Proposal 15 -1: Road Funding On May 5, 2015 for voters to decide the fate of Proposal 15 -1, a Constitutional amendment that would exempt gasoline and diesel fuel purchases from sales and use taxes after October 1, 2015 which creates a negative impact to both school funding and revenue sharing. To address the revenue hit to schools and locals that results, Prop 1 increases the sales tax from 6 percent to seven and Constitutionally guarantees portions of the new revenue to the School Aid Fund and local government revenue sharing. Additionally, passage of Prop 1 triggers a complex series of bills that would take effect raising vehicle registration fees, creating a wholesale tax on gasoline and increasing the EITC for low income families. If the voters defeat the amendment, all of the companion bills fall as well.

Proposal 15 -1: Road Funding If passed by the voters, the total impact of Proposal 15 -1: Road Funding If passed by the voters, the total impact of Prop 1 and all of the tied trailer bills would be an estimated increase in state revenue of $1. 7 billion. The additional revenue would be ear-marked in the following way: $1. 2 billion per year for distribution to road agencies (39. 1% to the State Trunkline Fund, 39. 1% to county road commissions, and 21. 8% to cities and villages). However, for FY 2015 -16 an estimated $800 million of this revenue would be dedicated for pay-down of transportation-related debt and for FY 2016 -17. $300 million to the School Aid Fund. $130 million to the Comprehensive Transportation Fund, for public transportation purposes. $95 million for constitutional revenue sharing payments to cities, villages, and townships. For an independent non-partisan analysis: www. crcmich. org

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Thank You It is my sincere pleasure to represent the MAMC! Contact me at: Thank You It is my sincere pleasure to represent the MAMC! Contact me at: 517/484 -6216 zaagman. [email protected] com www. gcsionline. com