Rochester Hills state Rep. Mike Webber (R) once again made the top 10 list for the most well-fed lawmakers in Lansing in 2018, according to registered lobbyist disclosures. In total, registered lobbyists disclosed at least $1,000 in food and drink for 27 different state lawmakers in 2018, according to an analysis of the disclosures done by the Michigan Campaign Finance Network. Lobbyists must disclose purchases for food and beverages totaling more than $60 in a month or $375 a year. According to the disclosures, Webber received $3,049 in food and drink from lobbyists, the fifth most in the state. That amount is up from $2,184 in 2017 and $2,405 in 2016. Other Oakland County legislators who received significant amounts of food and drink include: Rep. Klint Kesto (R-West Bloomfield) $1,575; Rep. Mike McCready (R-Birmingham, Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills) $1,385; Rep. Tim Greimel (D-Auburn Hills); Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) $607; Rep. Christine Greig (D-Farmington Hills) $411; Sen. Mike Kowall (R-White Lake) $251; Sen. Jim Marleau (Lake Orion, Bloomfield Township) $222; and Sen. Marty Knollenberg (R-Birmingham, Troy) $5.