Rep. LaFave looks ahead to the next two years as the 2017-2018 session of the Michigan House gets underway on Wednesday.
Rep. Kahle says she’s looking forward to serving both in Lansing and her district on the first day of the 99th Michigan Legislature.
Rep. Hernandez looks ahead to the next two years on the first day of the 99th Michigan Legislature.
Rep. Garcia looks ahead to the next two years on the first day of the 99th Michigan Legislature.
Rep. Lauwers looks ahead to the next two years on the first day of legislative session on Wednesday.
Rep. Hauck talks about the first day of the 99th session of the Michigan Legislature on Wednesday.
First-term member Rep. Albert looks ahead to the next two years on the first day of the 99th Legislature on Wednesday.
Rep. Miller looks ahead to the next two years on the first day of the 99th session of the Michigan Legislature.
The 99th session of the Michigan Legislature begins Wednesday, and the new Speaker of the House, Rep. Tom Leonard of DeWitt, says he’s looking for a renewed focus on civility at the Capitol.
Rep. LaSata says she’s asking people in her district to send her photographs of locations in Berrien County. The three top entries in the contest will be framed and hung in her office, with the winning photographer joining her in Lansing to unveil the photograph. The contest will run through February 10.
Rep. Iden looks ahead to the Governor’s State of the State address on January 17.
Rep. Franz, in his role as Associate Speaker Pro Tem, brings down the gavel to formally close the 98th Michigan Legislature on Wednesday. The final session of the Legislature is called the “sine die” session, Latin for “without day” meaning the 2015-2016 House has adjourned without setting a date for meeting again. Per the state…
Rep. Lucido talks about the signing into law Wednesday of his HB 4136, which requires Michigan high school students to pass a civics test before graduating, while giving districts the option to pick questions within the test available through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).” Rep. Lucido says most Michigan residents had parents, grandparents or great-grandparents…
Rep. Canfield, a family physician in the Thumb, says federal reforms will have an impact on the Affordable Care Act at the state level and that he looks forward improving health care delivery in Michigan in 2017.
Rep. Gary Howell, who co-sponsored legislation this term that would create a new Legislative Open Records Act and subject the Executive Office to the Freedom of Information Act, says he looks forward on working on similar legislation in 2017.
Rep. Glenn talks about why he voted no on the energy rewrite legislation approved by the House on Thursday, but says the plan is a good starting place for more energy choice.