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State Rep. Amanda Price (left) joins state Senator Margaret O’Brien and House Speaker Kevin Cotter after a dedication ceremony honoring Cora Belle Reynolds Anderson, who became the first woman and Native American to serve in the state House of  Representatives in 1925-26, in Lansing today.

Rep. Price honors first woman, Native American in state House

LANSING – State Rep. Amanda Price honored the life of Cora Belle Reynolds Anderson, the first woman and Native American to serve in the state House of Representatives, during a portrait dedication ceremony today. Rep. Price, R-Park Township, highlighted Anderson’s education and professional background beyond her tenure in the state House in 1925-1926. “She was…

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Reps. Bizon, Maturen honor Cora Belle Anderson

Portrait unveiled for first woman, Native American to serve in Michigan House State Reps. David Maturen and Dr. John Bizon today attended a portrait unveiling in honor of Cora Belle Reynolds Anderson, the first woman and the first Native American to serve in the Michigan House of Representatives. The Anderson House Office Building, where the…

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Reps. Bizon, Maturen honor Cora Belle Anderson

Portrait unveiled for first woman, Native American to serve in Michigan House State Reps. David Maturen and Dr. John Bizon today attended a portrait unveiling in honor of Cora Belle Reynolds Anderson, the first woman and the first Native American to serve in the Michigan House of Representatives. The Anderson House Office Building, where the…

Rep. Nesbitt urges Public Service Commission to reject Palisades power plant closing

Utility’s actions put state power reliability at risk   State Rep. Aric Nesbitt today strongly urged the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) to reject the plans of Consumers Energy and Entergy Corp.’s plans to prematurely terminate their purchase power agreement for Palisades nuclear power plant. Rep. Nesbitt, R-Lawton, who serves as chair of the House…


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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…

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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…