Rep. Paul Mitchell

Stats

District HD-MI-10
Party Republican
Bills Introduced 20

Sponsored Legislation

Title: To amend the Federal Trade Commission Act to clarify the scope of the exception for common carriers.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1754

Subjects: Commerce, Administrative Law And Regulatory Procedures, Competition And Antitrust, Federal Trade Commission (ftc)

  

100% Republican support

Title: Juvenile Justice Reform Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1809

Subjects: Crime And Law Enforcement, Accounting And Auditing, Child Health, Child Safety And Welfare, Congressional Oversight, Correctional Facilities And Imprisonment, Crime Prevention, Criminal Justice Information And Records, Department Of Health And Human Services, Department Of The Interior

     

41% Republican support
58% Democrat support

Title: PAST Act Prevent All Soring Tactics Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1847

Subjects: Animals, Administrative Law And Regulatory Procedures, Animal Protection And Human-animal Relationships, Crimes Against Animals And Natural Resources, Department Of Agriculture, Government Information And Archives, Licensing And Registrations, Mammals, Museums, Exhibitions, Cultural Centers, Veterinary Medicine And Animal Diseases

           

33% Republican support
65% Democrat support
0% Unaffiliated support
0% Independent support

Title: Improving Support for Missing and Exploited Children Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1808

Subjects: Crime And Law Enforcement, Crime Prevention, Crime Victims, Crimes Against Children, Criminal Justice Information And Records, Family Relationships, Internet And Video Services, Law Enforcement Administration And Funding, Pornography, Sex Offenses

        

45% Republican support
50% Democrat support
5% Independent support

Title: To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 907 Fourth Avenue in Lake Odessa, Michigan, as the "Donna Sauers Besko Post Office".

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-1850

Subjects: Congressional Tributes, Government Buildings, Facilities, And Property, Michigan, Postal Service, Government Operations And Politics

     

60% Republican support
40% Democrat support

Title: Honoring the life and legacy of the first woman to serve in the United States Congress, Jeannette Pickering Rankin, on the 100th anniversary of her swearing-in to Congress.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HR-249

Subjects: Congress

     

58% Republican support
41% Democrat support

Title: End Discriminatory State Taxes for Automobile Renters Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-2024

Subjects: Taxation, Civil Actions And Liability, Lease And Rental Services, Motor Vehicles, Property Tax, Sales And Excise Taxes, State And Local Taxation, Tax Administration And Collection, Taxpayers

     

70% Republican support
30% Democrat support

Title: New HOPE Act New Hope and Opportunity through the Power of Employment Act

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-2155

Subjects: Labor And Employment, Education, Education Programs Funding, Employment And Training Programs, Licensing And Registrations, State And Local Government Operations, Vocational And Technical Education

     

75% Republican support
25% Democrat support

Title: To amend the Public Health Service Act to eliminate the non-application of certain State waiver provisions to Members of Congress and congressional staff.

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-2192

Subjects: Health, Congressional Officers And Employees, Government Employee Pay, Benefits, Personnel Management, Health Care Costs And Insurance, Health Care Coverage And Access, Members Of Congress

  

100% Republican support

Title: Longshore and Harbor Workers' Compensation Clarification Act of 2017

Session: US Congress 2017-2018 115th Congress

Number: HB-2354

Subjects: Labor And Employment

     

80% Republican support
20% Democrat support