Rep. Huizenga talks about Wednesday’s State of the State, and his guest, Kent County Sheriff Michelle LaJoye Young, and says he hopes budget talks will focus more on public safety.
Rep. Whiteford talks about the signing into law of her legislation that establishes a mental health support hotline in Michigan. The hotline will be available 24 hours a day and provide access to any Michigan resident in need.
Rep. Green looks ahead to Wednesday evening’s State of the State Address and says he hopes to hear the Governor discuss rural health care and make a call for protecting religious freedoms.
Rep. LaFave looks ahead to Wednesday evening’s State of the State Address, and says he hopes the Governor will clarify what she means by “triage” for Michigan roads and provide an energy plan for the Upper Peninsula.
Rep. Wakeman looks ahead to the State of the State Address Wednesday night, and says he hopes to hear the Governor move away from her all-or-nothing approach of 2019.
Rep. O’Malley looks ahead to Wednesday’s State of the State Address, saying he hopes the Governor focuses on the needs of the entire state, and not just the southern third, and talks about solutions for local roads.
Rep. Mueller looks ahead to Wednesday night’s State of the State Address at the Capitol and says he hopes to hear a message of accountability on how taxpayer dollars are being used to fix Michigan roads, especially local roads.
Rep. Glenn talks about Wednesday’s State of the State Address at the Capitol, and her guests for the occasion, David Metcalf, from Corteva, and John Lynch, from Three Rivers Corporation. Rep. Glenn says she hopes to hear the Governor focus on skilled trades training.
Rep. Cole looks ahead to Wednesday’s State of the State address at the Capitol, and talks about how he hopes to hear what the Governor means by a triage plan for roads.
Rep. Markkanen looks ahead to Wednesday’s State of the State Address, saying he hopes the Governor will bring forward plans for all of Michigan, and talks about his guest for the evening, Dr. Glen Archer, from Michigan Tech.
Rep. Huizenga looks to Wednesday’s State of the State address and says he expects a bold speech, but wonders if there will be details on how Michigan families will pay for that bold vision.
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Matt Hall talks about Committee approval Thursday of a two-bill package that allows current and future student-athletes to receive fair compensation for their name, image and likeness. Under the plan, student-athletes would be able to receive compensation from a third party in exchange for using any forms of name,…
Rep. Griffin talks about the introduction of her legislation Wednesday to support women who change their mind after taking a dose of Mifepristone, commonly known as the abortion pill. The abortion pill reversal (APR) uses progesterone to reverse the effects of the abortion pill, but patients are never informed of this option. Rep. Griffin said…
Rep. Markkanen talks about how his HB 5314 has started to work its way through the legislative process at the Capitol after having been passed out of the House Transportation Committee. The legislation is a reintroduction of a similar bill vetoed by the Governor in 2019 that would give country road commissions the authority to…
Rep. Howell talks about House passage Wednesday of his HB 5002, part of a two-bill, bipartisan package that would allow fishers under the age of 17 to obtain their own fishing license for $2. The legislation reestablishes a program unintentionally eliminated in 2013. Individuals under the age of 17 do not need a license to…
Rep. Green talks about the potential placement of a Canadian nuclear waste depository right across Lake Huron from Michigan’s Thumb, and says he is building a coalition with other area state lawmakers to make sure the concerns he hears from his neighbors are heard across the border.