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MichiganVotes Describes 25,000th Bill

Information in the hands of voters leads to accountability, oversight of legislator actions

… plain English was at MichiganVotes.org, which has explained … few days, MichiganVotes.org will describe … Confidential sat down with MichiganVotes editor Jack McHugh … the significance of MichiganVotes.org. CapCon: … more

MLive to Start MichiganVotes-Style System

Media group to begin tracking legislative action

… information supplied by MichiganVotes.org . On Wednesday, … disinfectant. MichiganVotes was established in … and resolutions. MichiganVotes recently celebrated … 2,200. "When we started MichiganVotes, we envisioned giving … more

December 27, 2012, MichiganVotes.org Weekly Roll Call

Every Roll Call vote by every state legislator tallied for 2012

… 2012, according to MichiganVotes.org ' Missed Votes … Jack McHugh, editor of MichiganVotes.org. The Michigan … since 2001-2002, when MichiganVotes.org began tracking … of the power of the MichiganVotes.org database. We … more

May 23, 2014, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Detroit bailout, gas tax, FOIA

… "No" SOURCE: MichiganVotes.org, a free, non-partisan … visit http://www.MichiganVotes.org . more

MichiganVotes: Senate Bill Aims to Bolster Corporate Welfare

… program," according to MichiganVotes.org. Further, … more

MichiganVotes: Proposed Bill Would Provide Accountability For Land Banks

County land banks rife with problems

… information, go to www.MichiganVotes.org .) ~~~~~ See also: MichiganVotes: Bill Would Increase … Care Cap MichiganVotes Describes 25,000 Bill MichiganVotes: Minimum Wage Increase … more

December 5, 2014, MichiganVotes Weekly Vote Report

Road funding, religious freedom, film subsidies more

Road funding, religious freedom, film subsidies & more more

MichiganVotes: Senate Bill Would Increase Government Housing Subsidies

… which, according to MichiganVotes.org, would, "empower … more

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Police seize assets of Michigan residents who have not been charged with crimes. One man was told he could get his belongings back for a price. Another had his bank accounts frozen and was unable to pay bills. He also lost property he called "auctionable." Last year, law enforcement raised over $20,000,000 from seizing personal property.

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