House Appropriations Committee Chair Joe Haveman speaks on the House floor Tuesday on supplemental budget legislation that would spent an additional $215 million on road repairs and winter-related infrastructure expenses.
House Republicans talk about additional dollars for road repairs and a plan to curb drugged driving.
In this week’s roundtable discussion, we look at transparency and school safety, protecting the Great Lakes from Asian carp, Michigan home building permits and March is Reading Month.
Rep. Lauwers talks about his new legislation, prompted by a situation in his district, that gives law enforcement better tools to get repeat-offender drugged drivers off the road immediately. The three-bill package helps ensure that repeat drugged drivers are taken off the streets by placing a conditional bond on drivers who test positive for a…
Rep. McBroom’s Reading Month PSA.
Rep. Outman’s Reading Month PSA.
Rep. Poleski’s Reading Month PSA.
Rep. Franz’ PSA for Reading Month.
Rep. Jenkins’ Reading Month PSA
Rep. Franz talks about the week’s events at the state Capitol.
In this week’s profile, we visit with Rep. Rob VerHeulen of Walker.
House Republicans look at repealing old laws and talk about the Michigan Military Family Relief Fund.
Rep. O’Brien talks about Senate passage this week of her legislation repealing a 1919 Michigan law requiring county sheriffs to “locate and kill” unlicensed dogs. The measure now goes to the Governor.
Rep. Franz talks about his legislation that adds flexibility for Michigan families applying to the Military Family Relief Fund while helping promote the fund as an option for a check off on the Michigan 1040 form. The legislation is pending in the House Military and Veterans Affairs Committee.
Rep. Kelly talks about House passage Thursday of his legislation that allows the resale of sports and entertainment tickets, sayings Michigan’s 83-year old ban is dated and violates property rights.
House Republicans talk about the Keystone Pipeline, honoring a state trooper killed in the line of duty, and the 2014 Polar Plunge at the state Capitol.