... sort of.
In yesterday's House vote (234-137), the
Now, Mr. Rogers votes with the Republican majority 93.2% of the time. He's missed very few votes since arriving in Washington eight years ago (just 1.5% of the votes this session).
Republicans split, with 49 voting in favor and 137 against the extension.
All six of Michigan's House Democrats voted for the extension. Eight of its nine Republicans did as well. Rep. Mike Rogers, R-Brighton, did not vote.
One has to wonder why this vote scared him.