Rep. Rendon talks about his new legislation that would allow Michigan residents to ride ORVs on their own private property, as is currently the case with snowmobiles. Rep. Rendon says a constituent who contacted him after having been ticketed prompted the bill.
Rep. Callton talks about Tuesday’s House Judiciary Committee passage of his legislation that allows for the local establishment and regulation of medical marijuana provisioning centers.
In this week’s roundtable discussion, our panel looks at growth in clean energy jobs and a bi-partisan approach to reforming aviation fuel taxation.
Rep. Franz talks about House and Senate passage this week of legislation that creates a state fund and specialty license plate for breast and cervical cancer awareness.
This week’s member profile looks at Rep. Bruce Rendon of Lake City.
Rep. Franz talks about the week’s activities at the state Capitol.
Rep. MacMaster says Thursday’s House vote to change the taxation of aviation fuel from a cents-per-gallon formula to a 4% wholesale tax is a solid reform.
Rep. MacMaster talks about a tour he’ll undertake Friday at the Short’s Brewing location in Bellaire. The House recently passed legislation doubling the amount of brew microbrews cab produce annually, something Rep. MacMaster says is a good example of government getting out of the way.
Rep. O’Brien talks about Senate passage Thursday of her legislation that would ban the use of Bridge Cards in locations like liquor stores, casinos and strip clubs. Similar Senate legislation passed the House on Thursday as well.
House Republicans talk about a bipartisan House effort to reform aviation fuel taxes in Michigan, discuss efforts to stop Bridge Card abuse, and look to a visit to a northern Michigan small business on Friday.
Rep. Schmidt talks about bi-partisan House passage Thursday of his legislation that shifts the taxation of aviation fuel from a cents-per-gallon formula to a 4% wholesale tax, while holding aviation fuel exempt from the state sales tax.
Rep. Poleski talks about his December in-district office hours and his constituent contact efforts.
Rep. Leonard talks about House passage Wednesday of his legislation reforming Michigan sentencing guidelines for individuals convicted of trying to solicit an undercover police officer while thinking they’re a minor.
House Speaker Jase Bolger talks about the Detroit bankruptcy and House Republicans talk about legislation to protect Michigan kids.
Rep. Rendon talks about his new law that allows veterans with applicable service experience to test for their Michigan builder’s license without taking the currently required coursework.
Rep. Amanda Price, R-Park township; audio on House passage of breast and cervical cancer license plate legislation
Rep. Price talks about House passage Wednesday of her legislation that creates a state breast and cervical cancer awareness fund; Senate legislation creating a breast and cervical cancer license plate sponsored by Sen. Glenn Anderson should be in the House shortly to complete the bi-partisan package.