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2011 Senate Bill 802: Require state agencies post spending plans online

Public Act 536 of 2012

Introduced by Sen. Patrick Colbeck (R) on November 8, 2011 To require state agencies to submit and get approval within 60 days of their annual budget's enactment of a spending plan that includes a "schedule" or list of programs covered under each line item and the amount they plan to spend on each, and which divides these between "core services," "support services" or "work projects" (projects lasting more than one budget cycle).   Official Text and Analysis.
Referred to the Senate Appropriations Committee on November 8, 2011
Reported in the Senate on February 14, 2012 With the recommendation that the bill be referred to the Committee on Reforms, Restructuring and Reinventing.
Referred to the Senate Reforms, Restructuring and Reinventing Committee on February 14, 2012
Reported in the Senate on April 26, 2012 With the recommendation that the substitute (S-1) be adopted and that the bill then pass.
Substitute offered in the Senate on May 3, 2012 To replace the previous version of the bill with one that revises the procedures and details of the proposed spendig reports.
The substitute passed by voice vote in the Senate on May 3, 2012
Amendment offered by Sen. Bruce Caswell (R) on May 3, 2012 To strip out a provision that would require agencies to submit for posting online a "schedule" or list of programs covered under each line item, and the amount they plan to spend on each, starting Oct. 1, 2015.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the Senate on May 3, 2012
Passed 27 to 11 in the Senate on May 3, 2012 (same description)
To require state agencies to submit and get approval within 60 days of their annual budget's enactment of a spending plan that includes a "schedule" or list of programs covered under each line item and the amount they plan to spend on each, and which divides these between "core services," "support services" or "work projects" (projects lasting more than one budget cycle).
Received in the House on May 3, 2012
Referred to the House Oversight, Reform, and Ethics Committee on May 3, 2012
Reported in the House on December 4, 2012 With the recommendation that the substitute (H-4) be adopted and that the bill then pass.
Substitute offered in the House on December 11, 2012
The substitute passed by voice vote in the House on December 11, 2012
Amendment offered by Rep. Lisa Brown (D) on December 11, 2012 To more narrowly define the appropriations categories for which the proposed disclosures would be required.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on December 11, 2012
Amendment offered by Rep. Tim Greimel (D) on December 11, 2012 To tie-bar the bill to House Bill 5360, meaning this bill cannot become law unless that one does also. HB 5360 would prohibit legislators and statewide officeholders from applying for or receiving during his or her term a grant from the state that is unrelated to holding office.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on December 11, 2012
Amendment offered by Rep. Richard Hammel (D) on December 11, 2012 To tie-bar the bill to House Bill 5361, meaning this bill cannot become law unless that one does also. HB 5361 would establish comprehensive ethics standards and conflict of interest regulations for executive branch officials and employees.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on December 11, 2012
Amendment offered by Rep. Richard Hammel (D) on December 11, 2012 Tie-bar the bill to House Bill 4461, meaning this bill cannot become law unless that one does also. HB 4461 would require politicians to file personal financial disclosure statements.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on December 11, 2012
Amendment offered by Rep. Tim Greimel (D) on December 11, 2012 To tie-bar the bill to House Bill 4520, meaning this bill cannot become law unless that one does also. HB 4520 would allow no-reason absentee voting.
The amendment failed by voice vote in the House on December 11, 2012
Passed 102 to 7 in the House on December 12, 2012 To require state agencies to submit and get approval within 60 days of their annual budget's enactment of a spending plan that includes a "schedule" or list of programs covered under each line item and the amount they plan to spend on each, and which divides these between "core services," "support services" or "work projects" (projects lasting more than one budget cycle) .
Received in the Senate on December 13, 2012
Passed 28 to 10 in the Senate on December 13, 2012 To concur with the House-passed version of the bill.
Signed by Gov. Rick Snyder on January 2, 2013

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