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Rep. Brett Roberts supports legislation to safeguard first responder retirement benefits

State Representative Brett Roberts today said he will continue to support reforms protecting retirement benefits for police, firefighters and other municipal employees as bills move through the Michigan Legislature. “Our first responders provide an irreplaceable service to our communities, and we can’t take their sacrifices for granted,” said Roberts (R-Charlotte). “This issue deserves plenty of…

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Governor signs Rep. Miller bill eliminating election loophole

State representatives and senators who resign from office will not be allowed to run in the special election called to fill their seats after legislation introduced by state Rep. Aaron Miller was recently signed into law. Miller, who chairs the House Elections and Ethics Committee, said the legislation was drafted to close a loophole used…

Rep. Calley office hours: A year in review

State Rep. Julie Calley hosted her last office hours of the year in two communities on Monday, Dec. 4. She met with residents at the Page Memorial Building in Lake Odessa and Barry County Courthouse in Hastings. During her first year in office, Rep. Calley has met with over 100 residents at office hours throughout…

Committee advances Rep. Iden’s bill streamlining requirements for accountants

State Rep. Brandt Iden’s legislation to streamline and standardize licensing and continuing education requirements for certified public accountants is advancing in the Michigan House. The House Regulatory Reform Committee, which Iden chairs, this week approved the legislation aimed at making Michigan standards more uniform with other states. “This bill will improve the business climate for…


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