Rep. Lauwers talks about the September 11 observances Wednesday at the state Capitol in Lansing.
Rep. Pscholka talks about Wednesday’s annual September 11 observances at the state Capitol in Lansing. Rep. Pscholka was joined on the House floor by Lincoln Township Firefighter Ron Koebe, who helped write legislation dealing with unemployment legislation and volunteer on-call firefighters.
Rep. Graves talks about September 11th observances at the state Capitol on Wednesday. He was joined by Fenton Fire Chief Bob Cairnduff.
Rep. Yonker talks about the September 11 observance in the Michigan House chamber at the state Capitol on Wednesday.
Rep. Outman talks about his guests at the state Capitol Wednesday for the annual September 11 observance in the Michigan House.
Rep. O’Brien talks about September 11 observances at the state Capitol and across Michigan.
Rep. VerHeulen talks about Main Street fairness legislation and funding for the implementation of the Common Core curriculum.
Rep. Franz speaks on the House floor Tuesday before the House of Representatives observed a moment of silence in honor of Michigan State Police Trooper Paul Butterfield, who died in the line of duty Monday.
Rep. Zorn talks about the start of the school year and his efforts to make bullying a misdemeanor and to give courts the option of ordering a psychological review of an individual convicted of bullying.
House Republicans talk about Medicaid reform, school funding, and legislation targeting bullying.
Rep. Kevin Daley, the sponsor of the legislation that created the state’s “Donate Life” license plate, talks about the plate’s success during a Lansing press conference Thursday. Rep. Daley was joined by 24-year old Katy Mather, who received the heart of Rep. Daley’s son, Thomas, who died in an accident in 2011. To date, sales…
Rep. Schmidt says the final House passage of Medicaid reform legislation on Tuesday was a tough vote, but one that will serve taxpayers well and result in a healthier Michigan.
Rep. Lori says the Medicaid reform legislation passed Tuesday by the House has been about improving on an imperfect product.
Rep. Pscholka says he thinks Michigan will be viewed as a national leader in Medicaid reform following Tuesday’s final House passage of the Medicaid overhaul legislation.
Rep. Bill Rogers, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on K-12 Education, says, as the new school year begins, Michigan students will benefit from a 3.4% increase in funding as well as pension and retirement reforms that direct more dollars toward the classroom.
Rep. Zorn says an issue he hears about frequently in his district is school bus safety and the need for motorists to pay more attention as the school year gets started.