Rep. Jeff Noble, R-Plymouth; audio on tax relief legislation

Rep. Noble talks about his new legislation to provide continued tax relief to Michigan families paying city income taxes in Michigan, saying his western Wayne County constituents would benefit from keeping more of what they have earned.  

Rep. Jeff Noble’s June Column

Over the past month we have been hard at work in the legislature. As a strong believer in the Second Amendment, law-abiding citizens shouldn’t have to seek the government’s permission to exercise their right to bear arms. Personal protection is something I do not take lightly. This common-sense legislation returns to the people their fundamental…

Jeff Noble, District 20

Office Hours Please stay tuned for upcoming office hours! DISTRICT State Representative Jeff Noble was first elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in November 2016. He represents the 20th District, which includes the cities of Northville and Plymouth, Northville and Plymouth townships, and a portion of Canton. COMMITTEES Noble is the vice chair of…

Rep. Noble invites local pastor to lead House invocation

  PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble of Northville (right) welcomed Pastor Jeremy Writebol (center) to the state Capitol to give today’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Writebol is the campus pastor of Woodside Bible Church in Plymouth. Joining them at the rostrum is Speaker of the House Tom Leonard.

Rep. Noble votes for bipartisan legislation to end driver responsibility fees

State Rep. Jeff Noble today voted to relieve the economic hardship of driver responsibility fees for Michigan families and forgive outstanding debt resulting from the fees. Noble, of Northville, said when the fees were enacted in 2003, a past administration did so under the guise of improving the driving skills of people who committed traffic…

Rep. Noble: Plan to cut taxes for Michigan residents advances

A plan to cut taxes for Michigan families – an effort state Rep. Jeff Noble of Northville helps lead – has advanced through the state Legislature. The state House today approved bills to continue and increase personal exemptions for Michigan taxpayers and their dependents on state income taxes, potentially saving families hundreds of dollars overall….

Rep. Noble approves of bills to improve student protection

State Rep. Jeff Noble, of Northville, today announced his support for legislation to better protect victims of criminal sexual conduct-based offenses. The three-bill package is in response to the recent Michigan State University scandal involving Larry Nassar. “It was absolutely heart-wrenching to hear one young woman after another testify that they had no voice in…

Rep. Noble applauds bill strengthening aid to veterans

Legislator said grants will help maintain county office   State Rep. Jeff Noble today said he supports legislation introduced this week urging Michigan counties to establish and maintain veteran service offices through a new grant program. Noble, of Northville, said House Bill 5536 – which he cosponsored – provides each county with a veterans service…

Rep. Noble bill to help fill open jobs at mental health facilities

State Rep. Jeff Noble, of Plymouth, today testified before the House Law and Justice Committee on his legislation to expand employee hiring opportunities at mental health facilities. “We have a real need for more staff at these facilities,” Noble said. “If we’re going to make quality mental health care a priority in Michigan, we need…

Local residents can meet with Rep. Noble on Feb. 5

State Rep. Jeff Noble will host an open office hour on Monday, Feb. 5 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Northville District Library located at 212 W. Cady St. in Northville. “Hosting regular office hours is one of my top priorities,” Rep. Noble said. “Connecting with community members and listening to their concerns is…

Noble and Geake on the House floor

Rep. Noble’s tax relief bill approved by Michigan House

The Michigan House today approved state Rep. Jeff Noble’s legislation bringing income tax relief to state residents. Noble is one of the primary sponsors in a package of bills to continue and increase personal exemptions for Michigan taxpayers and their dependents, while providing additional relief for senior citizens. “This is for the people – the…

Rep. Noble accompanied by local college student for Gov. Snyder speech

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble (left), was joined by Plymouth native and Grand Valley State University student Dorian Thompson at Tuesday’s State of the State address. Gov. Rick Snyder addressed members of both legislative chambers and their guests at a special session inside Lansing’s State Capitol building to outline his plans and expectations for…

Rep. Noble introduces HB 5421

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Reps. Jeff Noble, Roger Hauck and Jim Tedder enroll their tax package, House Bills 5420 – 5422, into the Michigan House of Representatives.

Rep. Noble votes to provide tax relief to residents through vehicle sales

State Rep. Jeff Noble today voted to accelerate sales tax relief for Michigan families buying motor vehicles by overriding a gubernatorial veto with his House colleagues. The House vote means additional tax relief for people buying cars, trucks and SUVs with a trade-in. Current law calls for phasing in planned sales and use tax deductions…