Rep. Maturen says the State of the State in 2018 will depend on how the Legislature deals with new issues while maintaining fiscal responsibility.
Rep. Allor talks about Tuesday’s State of the State address and says her focus in 2018 is PFAs and tax relief.
House Transportation Committee Chair Triston Cole talks about the State of the State Address Tuesday and its link to transportation and agriculture.
Rep. Kahle says the Governor’s final State of the State address finds Michigan in a better fiscal position than it was in 2011.
House Health Policy Committee Chair Hank Vaupel says the Committee will begin its post State of the State work on Wednesday by taking up two bills designed to prevent substance abuse while improving mental health treatment.
Rep. VanderWall talks about Gov. Snyder’s call for more skilled trades training and talent development in Michigan, saying he hears, and knows from example, that many careers need new talent.
Rep. LaSata looks ahead to Tuesday night’s State of the State Address, saying she hopes to hear about redoubled efforts to protect the safety of both students on college campuses and first responders.
Rep. LaFave looks ahead to Tuesday night’s State of the State address, saying he hopes to hear about the cost of auto insurance and energy, as well as plans for more skilled trades training.
Rep. Maturen talks about next Tuesday’s State of the State Address, and his guest, Kalamazoo County Commissioner John Gisler.
Rep. Calley looks ahead to next Tuesday’s State of the State Address, saying she hopes to hear about roads and skilled trades, while honoring a guest from her district.
Rep. Whiteford looks ahead to next Tuesday’s State of the State Address at the Capitol and says she hopes rural broadband will be addressed by the Governor next week and the Legislature in the coming year.
Rep. Iden looks ahead to next Tuesday’s State of the State address, saying his own legislative priorities in the coming year focus on cutting government red tape in his role as Chairman of the House Regulatory Reform committee.
Representative Canfield, who chairs the House Appropriations subcommittee overseeing the $25 billion annual budget for the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, looks ahead to Tuesday’s State of the state Address at the state Capitol.
Rep. Griffin, the Vice Chair of the House Committee on Communications and Technology, talks about SB 400, currently pending in the Committee, which she says will help implement a vastly-needed upgrade of Michigan 911 system to more effectively respond to modern cell phones and changes in technology.
Rep. Tim Kelly, R-Saginaw Twp.; audio on House passage of legislation on regional education millages for public school academies
House Education Committee Chair Rep. Tim Kelly speaks to reporters on the House floor Thursday afternoon after House passage of SB 574, which allows public school academies in Michigan access to future or renewed regional education millages approved by voters. Rep. Kelly says the issue is one of equity and fairness, arguing students at public…
Rep. LaFave talks about his visit to Sayklly’s Candy Factory in Escanaba Friday. The visit is a continuation of “Beau’s LaFavorite Jobs,” in which Rep. LaFave has sought to thank and learn about local businesses in Upper Peninsula communities. LaFave will receive a tour of the business and take part in day-to-day operations, such as…