Rep. O’Malley talks about how he will begin his first round of in-district office hours on Saturday. Rep. O’Malley will be available Saturday, Jan. 26 at the following times and locations: 9 to 10 a.m. at Ludington City Hall, 400 S Harrison St. in Ludington; 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Manistee Area Chamber of…
Rep. Glenn talks about her assignment to the House Appropriations Committee, as well as its subcommittees on K-12 education and the Department of Natural Resources, saying she will be accountable to the taxpayers in her district.
Rep. Hall talks about his House committee assignments for the 2019-2020 session of the Michigan Legislature. Rep. Hall will serve as Chair of the House Oversight Committee and as a member of the House Regulatory Reform Committee, the Tax Policy Committee and the Education Committee.
Rep. Paquette talks about his assignment as Vice Chair of the House Education Committee for the 2019-2020 session of the Michigan House, saying that as a professional educator, he’s pleased with the opportunity the position offers.
Rep. O’Malley talks about his appointment as Chair of the House Transportation Committee for the 2019-2020 session of the Michigan House, as well as his appointment as a member of the House Education, Tax Policy and Energy Committees.
Rep. Wentworth talks about his appointment as the chair of the new House special committee on auto insurance reform, saying both parties need to set their differences aside and finally figure out a way to deliver historic car insurance reform in a bipartisan fashion.
House Appropriations Chairman Rep. Shane Hernandez, R-Port Huron; audio on Friday’s Revenue Estimating Conference
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Shane Hernandez talks about Friday’s January Revenue Estimating Conference at the state Capitol, saying the meeting is a step toward the creation of the state’s spending plan for 2020 and adding he has already been having productive meetings with officials from the administration.
Rep. Glenn talks about her HB 4010, which is part of a bipartisan package that would open the records of the Legislature and the Governor’s office. Rep. Glenn’s bill would provide members of the public with avenues for appeal if a request for information was initially rejected.
Rep. O’Malley talks about the first session Wednesday of the 100th Michigan Legislature, saying he’s honored to be at the state Capitol representing the people of the 101st state House district.
Rep. Green talks about the first session Wednesday of the 100th Michigan Legislature, saying he’s looking forward to the opportunity to continuing a family tradition of service.
On the first day of session for the 100th Legislature, Rep. LaFave talks about new legislation he is introducing focusing on auto insurance, Second Amendment rights and dark store tax policy.
Rep. Bellino talks about his legislation, introduced on the first day of the 2019-2020 session of the Legislature, that would repeal the state’s pension tax. Rep. Bellino says Michigan’s economy has improved significantly since the tax was enacted in the early part of the decade.
Rep. Rendon talks about legislation introduced on the first day of the 2019-2020 session of the Michigan Legislature Wednesday, that would subject the Legislature and the Office of the Governor to freedom of information laws through a comprehensive, bipartisan package of bills.
Rep. Wentworth talks about his first bill of the 2019-2020 session of the Michigan House, which reforms Michigan’s civil asset forfeiture process by requiring a criminal conviction before private property is seized from people through the civil asset forfeiture.
Speaker Chatfield is joined on the House floor after Wednesday’s first session of 2019 by Attorney General Dana Nessel and House Democratic Leader Christine Greig to talk about the introduction of bipartisan legislation requiring a criminal conviction before private property is seized from people through the civil asset forfeiture process.
Freshman Rep. Brad Slagh talks about the first session of the 100th Michigan Legislature Wednesday and looks ahead at serving his community at the state Capitol.