Michael Halpin

Michael Halpin

Springfield Office: 242A-W Stratton Office Building Springfield, IL, 62706 (217) 782-5970
District Office: 1504 3rd Ave., 2nd Floor County Office Bldg. Rock Island, IL, 61201 (309) 558-3612 (309) 793-4764 FAX
RepHalpin@gmail.com

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Top 7 Issues Voting Record

We’ve identified 7 Top Issues that most affect Illinois communities and the state of our political landscape. We’ve documented your legislator’s voting record on key bills:

TOP 7 ISSUES
FOR DEMOCRACY

VOTING
RECORD

Education

  • Voted ForHB1774A bill to create an Elected School Board for Chicago.
  • Voted ForHB0213A bill to provide School Choice Scholarships to families sending their children to nonpublic (charter) schools.
  • Voted ForSB0001A bill to enact evidence-based school funding, vetoed by Governor Rauner.

Worker's Rights

  • Voted ForSB1720A bill to enforce workers’ rights and wage regulations by prohibiting employers that violate state labor laws from receiving state contracts for five years.
  • Voted ForHB3538A bill to prevent companies that move jobs out of state from receiving state development assistance, and to require that these companies pay back any assistance they received.
  • Voted ForHB2462A bill to prohibit employers from screening job applicants based on their salary history.

Immigration

  • Voted AgainstSB0031A bill to prevent Illinois law enforcement from detaining residents on the basis of their immigration status.

Criminal Justice

  • Voted AgainstHB3817 A bill allowing juvenile criminal records to be expunged.
  • Voted AgainstSB1657A bill to require stricter licensing of gun dealers, vetoed by Governor Rauner.

Healthcare

  • Voted ForHB0040A bill requiring state health insurance and Medicaid to cover abortions.
  • Voted ForHB2771A bill requiring employers to provide a minimum of 5 days' paid sick leave to workers.

Environment

  • Voted AgainstHB2831A bill allowing local government to regulate clean energy projects, and provide grant funding for such projects.
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