Rep. Nesbitt, the Chair of the House Energy and Technology Committee, talks about the hearings the committee will hold in Lansing with utility executives on January 21 on the power outages stemming from the December ice storm.
Rep. Rendon looks ahead to the State of the State Address at the Capitol Thursday night.
Rep. VerHeulen looks ahead to Thursday night’s State of the State Address.
Rep. Pettalia looks ahead to Thursday’s State of the State Address.
Rep. O’Brien looks ahead to this Thursday’s State of the State Address.
Rep. Graves looks ahead to Thursday’s State of the State Address.
Rep. Outman looks ahead to Thursday’s State of the State Address.
In this week’s panel discussion, we look at the updated House Republican Action Plan, the North American International Auto Show and Thursday’s State of the State Address.
House Republicans talk about the projections from Friday’s Revenue Estimating Conference.
House Appropriations Committee Chairman Joe Haveman says the picture painted by Friday’s Revenue Estimating Conference is positive, but that state government needs to take a prudent and measured approach moving forward.
Rep. Rogers, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on K-12 Education, says Friday’s Winter Revenue Estimating Conference in Lansing is good news for the state’s public schools and a reflection improved economic times across Michigan.
Rep. Potvin says the word from Friday’s Winter Revenue Estimating Conference is positive, but that the state needs to continue to take a prudent approach to budgeting.
House Republicans outline their Action Agenda for 2014 and talk about bipartisan efforts to reduce recidivism among Michigan parolees.
Rep. Cotter, the Chair of the House Republican Policy Committee, says looking ahead to 2014, House Republicans will focus on a more accountable and efficient state government.
Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons, R-Alto, says improving state population and job numbers, coupled with projections for surplus state revenues, point to Michigan being in recovery.
Rep. Nesbitt says that moving into 2014, he will remain focused on issues like regulatory reform and job growth.