Rep. Slagh talks about House passage early Thursday of auto insurance rate reform legislation, saying the measure means reals savings for the people he represents.
Rep. O’Malley talks about early Thursday’s House passage of auto insurance rate reform legislation, saying the cost of auto insurance is a huge burden on families in his district.
Rep. Brad Paquette, R-Berrien Springs; audio on House passage of auto insurance rate reform legislation
Rep. Paquette talks about House passage early Thursday of legislation cutting auto insurance rates for Michigan motorists.
Rep. Hall talks about House passage early Thursday of auto insurance rate reform legislation.
Rep. Glenn talks about House passage of auto insurance rate reform legislation.
Rep. Hauck says Thursday’s vote on the House plan to reduce auto insurance rates is historic and good news for residents in his district, who consider the cost of car insurance a chief pocketbook issue.
Rep. Bellino says Thursday’s vote on House auto insurance rate reform is historic and will save money for Michigan families in his district on the Ohio border.
Rep. Johnson talks about House passage early Thursday of auto insurance rate reform legislation.
Rep. Johnson talks about auto insurance rate reform and says the topic is the key pocketbook issue in his Kent County district.
Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield, R-Levering; audio on Senate passage of auto insurance reform legislation
Speaker Chatfield talks with reporters on the House floor Tuesday afternoon about Senate passage earlier in the day of auto insurance reform legislation.
Rep. Wentworth, who chairs the Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates, talks with reporters on the House floor Tuesday afternoon about auto insurance reform legislation approved by the Michigan Senate earlier in the day.
Rep. LaFave talks about Senate passage Tuesday of auto insurance reform legislation, saying he approves of the plan and that it will result in substantial savings for UP motorists.
Rep. Hauck talks about passage Tuesday by the House of his legislation that allows a student enrolled in a career and technical education (CTE) program to fulfill the required half credit of physical education by completing a 30-hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) educational training program. Rep. Hauck says the plan is a step…
House Transportation Committee Chair Rep. O’Malley looks ahead to Tuesday and Wednesday of this week and says the committee will be asking questions about revenue streams and who pays for roads in Michigan.
As insurance reform plans are being prepped in Lansing, Rep. Cole says he remains committed to finding solutions to the high cost of auto no-fault, arguing years of talk are long enough.
Rep. LaFave talks about his new House Bills 4551 and 4552. HB 4551 will allow disabled veterans to get into Michigan State Parks without having to purchase a park passport, while HB 4552 would enable disabled vets to use a handicapped sticker on their specialized state license plate rather than having to acquire a placard…