Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons’ floor speech Thursday on her Education Achievement Authority.
Rep. McMillin speaks on the House floor Thursday afternoon during debate on legislation would establish in statute the Education Achievement Authority.
Rep. Schmidt talks about final House passage Thursday of legislation that streamlines regulations for the use of carbon dioxide for the recovery of the remaining gas and oil in Michigan wells.
House Speaker Pro Tem Walsh reads a Resolution honoring the MSU football team during their visit to the Capitol on Thursday.
Rep. Kesto talks about House passage Wednesday of legislation overhauling Michigan laws regulating scrap metal sales.
Rep. Muxlow talks about House passage Wednesday of legislation reforming Michigan’s scrap metal laws that he says will bring an end to rampant and unregulated cash sales of commonly stolen items, like air conditioners, catalytic converters and copper wire.
Rep. Daley, the Chair of the House Agriculture Committee, talks about Ag Day at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
On the Wednesday edition of the Legislative Update, House Republicans welcome Ag Day to the state Capitol and talk about the first week of the 2014 Pure Michigan campaign.
Rep. Lauwers, the owner and operator of a grain business in the Thumb, says Ag Day at the Capitol demonstrates the diversity of Michigan agribusiness.
House Tourism Committee Chair Peter Pettalia of Presque Isle says the 2014 Pure Michigan campaign that starts this week will have an increased focus on bringing in visitors from other countries.
On Tuesday’s Legislative Update, House Republicans talk about new legislation that reforms revenue sharing through the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP), as well as a plan that would end state driver responsibility fees.
Rep. Poleski talks about his new legislation that would allow more than 1,000 additional Michigan communities and their residents to benefit from millions of specialized revenue sharing dollars through the Economic Vitality Incentive Program (EVIP).
Rep. Haveman talks about his HB 5414, which eliminates the state’s 2003-era driver responsibility fees. Haveman says the fees were introduced at a time when the state was broke and are nothing but a case of the state tagging on to traffic fines at the local and county level, adding that they are an impediment…
In this week’s roundtable discussion, we look at Michigan microbreweries, repairing local roads and the start of the Summer 2014 Pure Michigan campaign.
In this week’s member profile, we visit with Rep. Rick Outman of Six Lakes.
Rep. Schmidt says implementation of legislation that doubles the production cap on Michigan microbreweries from 30,000 to 60,000 barrels annually should mean more jobs in northern Michigan.