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Rep. Howrylak commends commitment to transparency for Michigan House

Speaker of the House Tom Leonard announced this week that the financial disclosure and transparency website for the Michigan House of Representatives will include access to salary information for representatives and House employees. “Our government works best when it is held accountable by the people,” said Rep. Martin Howrylak of Troy. “I commend Speaker Leonard’s…

Rep. Alexander applauds increased transparency for Michigan House

Representative: People deserve access to government financial information State Rep. Julie Alexander of Hanover today commended a Michigan state House policy change that will provide easy access for the public to view the salaries of all state representatives and House staff. “There has been a demand for increased government accountability at the state level,” Alexander…

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Rep. Brann supports increased government transparency

State Rep. Tommy Brann of Wyoming is applauding a policy change made in the House of Representatives to improve government transparency to all state citizens. “The People deserve to know how their tax dollars are being spent at the Michigan House,” Rep. Brann said. “It’s almost in the same format as the menus at my…

LaSata: Reforming, not closing Benton Harbor schools is a priority

State Rep. Kim LaSata, of Bainbridge Township, issued the following statement after three Benton Harbor-area schools – Dream Academy, International Academy at Hull and STEAM Academy at MLK – were placed on priority status by the School Reform Office for low performance over three consecutive years: “I am deeply concerned about the future of these…

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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…


House Republicans continue to make progress on key goals

Michigan House Republicans began the 2015-16 legislative session by creating a to-do list to make state government more efficient, more effective and more accountable. The 2015-16 House Republican Action Plan included a record 78 specific goals to move Michigan forward using real solutions for real results. As of today, with 75 percent of the session…