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Rep. Calley invites residents to attend local office hours

State Rep. Julie Calley welcomes residents to attend her office hours in three communities in June. Rep. Calley, of Portland, will present a legislative update and then meet with residents one on one if they have individual concerns on the following dates: Monday, June 4 from 10 to 11 a.m. at The Local Grind, 117…

Hughes: Rebekah Bletsch law will give victims a right to be heard

New law adopted after convicted murderer’s actions during Muskegon County case A new law requires convicted criminals to hear impact statements from victims or their families during sentencing hearings, state Rep. Holly Hughes announced today. The plan was submitted in response to a Muskegon County case where the convicted murderer of Rebekah Bletsch requested to…

Rep. Noble hosts over 3,200 in tele-town hall update

State Rep. Jeff Noble was joined by 3,235 residents on Tuesday night during his live tele-town hall legislative update. “Tele-town halls serve as an excellent opportunity to speak with thousands of residents from the convenience and comfort of their homes,” Rep. Noble said. A record number of people had the opportunity to connect with the…

Rep. LaFave calls for additional school safety measures

New plan allows teachers to carry pepper spray, Tasers State Rep. Beau LaFave today introduced a plan giving teachers additional options to protect themselves and their students while on school property. LaFave, of Iron Mountain, said his legislation would allow teachers to carry pepper spray and electro-muscular disruption devices, commonly known as Tasers. “Every second…


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