GRAND RAPIDS (WKZO) -- West Michigan has two of the most conservative members in the U.S. House according to a prominent lobbying firm.
The American Conservative Union's 2012 scorecard has Congressman Bill Huizenga tied with mid-Michigan Congressman Tim Walberg for being the most conservative lawmakers from Michigan. They voted with the group's agenda 96-percent of the time.
Grand Rapids Republican Justin Amash came in with an 84-percent mark after a libertarian group last month called him the state's most conservative lawmaker. Congressman Fred Upton came in at 76-percent.