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Rep. Hall town hall events featured in Marshall Chronicle

The Marshall Chronicle wrote about a pair of recent events held by State Rep. Matt Hall and his special guest, State Rep. Jack O’Malley, chair of the House Transportation Committee. The two legislators spoke about road funding in the state of Michigan and sought input from area residents. To read more about the event, click…

Rep. Miller sets local office hours for July

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today announced an in-district office hours location for the month of July. “I sincerely want to listen to the thoughts and concerns of the residents I represent,” Rep. Miller said. “I encourage anyone with questions or ideas to join me at my upcoming hours later this month. Rep. Miller…

Landmark auto insurance overhaul the pathway forward for all Michigan drivers

By state Rep. Julie Calley of Portland In the last several years, many improvements have been made to enhance opportunities for Michiganders, but one glaring exception lingered.  Michigan drivers have been asking for car insurance reform for decades.  It’s consistently been the number one concern that I have heard about from community members. When I…

Rep. Allor invites residents to July office hours

Rep. Sue Allor of Wolverine announced her July office hours for residents of Alpena, Presque Isle, Alcona, and Iosco counties, and parts of Cheboygan County. “I have made it my goal to always be accessible,” Rep. Allor said. “These local office hours, which I hold in every county I serve on a monthly basis, are…

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The House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates

The House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates wants to hear from you! Speaker Lee Chatfield created the committee to solely focus on lowering car insurance rates for Michigan drivers. Submit your ideas and stories by clicking the graphic below.