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Rep. Rendon’s committee discusses prevention for Alzheimer’s

State Rep. Daire Rendon of Lake City welcomed representatives from the Alzheimer’s Association to the Michigan House last Wednesday. Lindsay Brieschke and Jennifer Howard attended the Families, Children and Seniors Committee meeting to give a presentation about the concern, causes and awareness of the progressive brain disease. More than 5 million Americans are living with…

VerHeulen working to address funding issue for courts

State Rep. Rob VerHeulen today announced he is leading efforts to address a funding shortfall for Michigan courts created by a Michigan Supreme Court decision. In 2014, the Supreme Court ruled in People v. Cunningham that courts could not levy certain costs on defendants, which created a funding shortfall projected to reach as much as…

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Real Solutions; Real Results

House Republicans this fall continued to make progress on their Action Plan for the 2015-16 legislative session. At the beginning of session, GOP lawmakers created an online list of policy proposals to help make state government more efficient, effective and accountable. The 2015-16 House Republican Action Plan includes a record 78 specific goals to move…