A Republican state senator plans to introduce a bill that would require the Legislature to keep track of legislators' voting records and make the information public, something the Mackinac Center already does at no expense to taxpayers through MichiganVotes.org's annual "Missed Votes Report."

The Observer & Eccentric newspaper said Sen. Glenn Anderson, R-Redford, discussed the idea not long after MichiganVotes.org released the 2011 report.

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