Rep. Genetski says local road improvement projects announced on Thursday mean residents of Allegan County will benefit from better infrastructure and improved public safety.
Rep. Franz says residents in his district will see the benefits of better roads without having to send more money to Lansing.
House Republicans talk about efforts to renew the state’s largest city.
House Speaker Jase Bolger talks about members’ work in their districts following the adjournment of the House for 2013.
Rep. Price, the Chair of the House Local Government Committee, talks about her tour of Detroit’s west side Tuesday with Rep. Harvey Santana, D-Detroit. Rep. Price says blight and crime present significant challenges for the state’s largest city, but adds she encountered a number of people with a deep commitment to the city’s future. …
In our weekly panel discussion, we look at new manufacturing jobs for Michigan, progress on the House Republican Action Plan, and the sine die adjournment of the Michigan House.
Rep. Franz looks at the week’s events at the state Capitol.
This week’s Legislative Update profile looks at Rep. Tom Leonard of DeWitt Twp.
House Republicans talk about more transparency in Obamacare and improved definitions for Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Act.
Rep. Jenkins talks about final House passage Thursday of her legislation allowing small Michigan businesses to raise capital through equity crowdfunding, as opposed to issuing securities. The legislation now goes to the Governor.
Rep. Shirkey talks about House passage Thursday of his legislation requiring the financial impact of Obamacare on people’s health care premiums, positive or negative, to be clearly stated on insurance statements.
Rep. Kowall talks about House passage of her HB 5104, which allows for the use of vaporized marijuana and medibles under Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Act.
Rep. Callton speaks on the House floor Thursday on his HB 4271, which provides local governments with new options for allowing the establishment of marijuana provisioning centers.
Rep. MacMaster says campaign finance reform legislation approved by the House this week provides more transparency and brings guidelines out of the 1970s.
House Republicans talk about legislation relating to abortion coverage, school violence, home phones and the preservation of the state Capitol.
Rep. O’Brien talks about Wednesday’s House vote on citizen-initiated legislation requiring a rider for abortion coverage.