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House mental health task force reschedules Harrison meeting

Organizers of the Michigan House’s mental health task force today announced plans to reschedule its meeting in Harrison. The meeting will be postponed until a later date. It was originally scheduled for Monday, Aug. 21, but a number of experts were unavailable to serve as panelists that day. “I apologize for any inconvenience this change…

Legislation introduced to fix election mix-up in Tecumseh

Rep. Kahle: Bill ensures candidates’ names will appear on ballot Legislation introduced in the Michigan House of Representatives would offer a one-time solution for communities such as Tecumseh that are dealing with a mix-up over the filing deadline for candidates seeking local office, state Rep. Bronna Kahle announced today. “The integrity of our elections process…

Rep. Howrylak’s resolution shines light on animal homelessness in Michigan

State Rep. Martin Howrylak of Troy today promoted House Resolution 126, which declares Aug. 19 as International Homeless Animals Day throughout the state. Each year, over 7 million companion animals enter shelters in the United States and approximately 2.7 million of the animals are euthanized. Sadly, Michigan is contributing to this troubling problem. According to…

Rep. Marino proposes tax relief on college textbooks

State Rep. Steve Marino (R-Harrison Township) today introduced legislation to make college more affordable through income tax relief related to textbook costs. “Education and training beyond high school are more necessary than ever to find and keep good jobs in a continuously evolving economy,” Marino said. “If we want Michigan families prepared for the future,…


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