Rep. Rob VerHeulen, R-Walker; audio on designating a portion of I-96 in honor of Walker police officer Trevor Slot
Rep. VerHeulen talks about passage Wednesday of his HB 5002, which designates the stretch of I-96 in Walker in honor of Walker police officer Trevor Slot, who died in the line of duty on the same stretch of road.
Rep. Kelly talks about his legislation to protect the privacy of K-12 students, especially when it comes to cutting-edge testing methods such as facial recognition technology and other types of biometrics.
Rep. Amanda Price, a breast cancer survivor herself, talks about breast cancer awareness at the state Capitol.
Rep. Nesbitt says construction of the Keystone pipeline would benefit Michigan jobs as well as energy costs and security.
Rep. Franz’ PSA for Emergency Vehicle Awareness Month.
Rep. Franz talks about House passage of his legislation that provides flexibility to the state’s Military Families’ Relief Fund, by allowing the Fund to provide assistance for individuals who are preparing to deploy. The measure is now pending in the Michigan Senate.
Rep. Muxlow’s hunting safety PSA
Rep. Muxlow’s PSA on safe driving during sunrise and twilight hours.
Rep. Outman’s PSA highlighting the Winter Protection Program.
Rep. Poleski’s bullying awareness PSA.
Rep. Poleski’s hunting safety public service announcement.
Rep. Franz talks about the week’s legislative activities in Lansing.
Rep. Wayne Schmidt, R-Traverse City; audio on Resolution calling on Congress to live under Affordable Care Act
Rep. Schmidt talks about his HR 236, which calls on members of the U.S. Congress to live under the Affordable Care Act and not to take health care subsidies from the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
House Republicans talk about how effective and efficient budgeting provided a smooth start to the fiscal year, comment on legislation that gets unreadable license plates off the road, and discuss prison privatization.
Rep. Schmidt talks about House passage Thursday of his legislation that would require the replacement of license plates over 10 years old on most Michigan vehicles, while also calling for a study on whether the state should switch to digitally printed license plates.
Rep. MacMaster talks about word Thursday that two private bids to operate a state prison fell short of the 10% savings required for the state to proceed. Representative MacMaster says finding ways to develop a more effective and efficient government need to continue.