Speaking during his tele town hall meeting with area residents this weekend, Rep. Paquette say his chief job in the community the past few weeks has been listening and getting voices heard.
Speaking during a recent tele town hall with northern Michigan residents, Rep. Cole said he and his colleagues are working on a well-monitored, safe process for moving Michigan back toward normal.
Speaking after Friday’s House session, Rep. Wakeman said he’s pleased the Governor’s revised stay-at-home order means residents will now be able to purchase many items at the curbside and for delivery, something he has been fighting for to help Saginaw County families and get more people back to work.
Speaking at a district tele town hall Thursday afternoon, Rep. Wakeman says he’ll be at the Capitol Friday to discuss how the state proceeds with the COVID-19 into May, adding input from his constituents, on issues like what is safe and what is essential, is guiding his decisions.
Speaking during her tele town hall this week on COVID-19, Rep. Whiteford said her goal is to get Michigan back to work safely and to focus on Allegan County.
Rep. O’Malley talks about the regional reopening plan introduced Monday by House Republicans, saying it provides a roadmap back to sensibility.
Rep. Berman told a community tele town hall this week that the Governor needs to shift her focus from jobs deemed essential to jobs that can be done safely.
During a community tele town hall meeting this week, Rep. Wentworth pointed out that the Governor’s Executive Orders do not follow new federal guidelines for job providers during the COVID-19 pandemic, and says the local, family business that are the back bone of his community are paying a price.
Speaking during a tele town hall this week in the Midland County portion of his district, Rep. Roger Hauck said the Executive Orders issued by the Governor are full of contradictions.
During her community tele town hall this week, Rep. Griffin said she is working to reopen safe workplaces and says rhetoric about essential versus non essential workers is not productive.
Listening to area residents during a community tele town hall this week, Rep. Annette Glenn says people are living through a rapidly-changing situation and that her office continues to be available for help.
Rep. Glenn talks about her letter to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration, urging changes to help low-income families safely purchase groceries during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland; audio on House vote to extend state of emergency in Michigan and first COVID-19 death in Midland County
Rep. Glenn talks about the House vote Tuesday to extend the existing state of emergency in Michigan through May 1, rather than the mid-June date the Governor had requested. Tuesday’s vote does not extend to the Governor’s Stay Safe/Stay Home order that runs through April 13. Rep. Glenn also discusses the first COVID-19-related death in…
Rep. O’Malley talks about House session at the Capitol Tuesday and the chamber’s vote to extend the current state of emergency until May 1.
Rep. Frederick is joined by Sen. Tom Barrett and a panel of experts on a tele town hall meeting on COVID-19 and the local and state response.