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{{reddot}} '''Republicans''' (11)
*[[Roger Kahn]] ''Chair''
*[[John Moolenaar]] ''Vice Chair''
*[[Darwin Booher]]
*[[Bruce Caswell]]
*[[Howard Walker]]
*[[John Pappageorge]]
*[[John Proos]]
*[[Mark Jansen]]
*[[Mike Green, Michigan|Mike Green]]
*[[Patrick Colbeck]]
*[[Tonya Schuitmaker]]
{{bluedot}} '''Democrats''' (5)
*[[Glenn Anderson, Michigan Senator|Glenn Anderson]] ''Minority Vice Chair''
*[[Bert Johnson]]
*[[Hoon-Yung Hopgood]]
*[[Morris Hood]]
*[[Vincent Gregory]]
*[[Ron Jelinek]] ''Chair''
*[[Ron Jelinek]] ''Chair''
*[[John Pappageorge]] ''Vice Chair''
*[[John Pappageorge]] ''Vice Chair''

Revision as of 18:47, 4 April 2011

Michigan State Senate
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Senate Committees

Banking and Financial Institutions
Compliance and Accountability
Economic Development
EducationEnergy and Technology
Families, Seniors and Human ServicesFinance
Government Operations
Health PolicyInsuranceInfrastructure Modernization
JudiciaryLocal Government and Elections
Natural Resources, Environment and Great Lakes
Outdoor Recreation and Tourism
RedistrictingReforms, Restructuring and Reinventing
Regulatory ReformTransportation
Veterans, Military Affairs and Homeland Security

House Committees

The Appropriations Committee is a standing committee of the Michigan State Senate.



Republican Party Republicans (11)

Democratic Party Democrats (5)



  • Agriculture
  • Capital Outlay
  • Community Colleges
  • Department of Community Health
  • Department of Environmental Quality
  • Department of Human Services
  • Department of Natural Resources
  • Department of Transportation
  • Economic Development
  • Federal Stimulus Oversight
  • General Government
  • Higher Education
  • History, Arts, and Libraries
  • Judiciary and Corrections
  • K-12, School Aid, Education
  • Retirement
  • State Police and Military Affairs

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