Reps. Vaupel, Bollin urge residents to share their COVID-19 pandemic stories

State Reps. Hank Vaupel and Ann Bollin today announced a new website to allow the people of Michigan to share their experiences and struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic. MICovidStory.com is an accessible resource for concerned residents across the state. Michigan has now lost over 5,000 people to COVID-19, and executive orders and directives from Gov….

Rep. Bollin to host tele-town hall on auto insurance reform

State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township will host a tele-town hall meeting on Wednesday, May 27 at 6 p.m. on the upcoming changes in Michigan’s car insurance system. Bollin will be joined by Rep. Jason Wentworth, of Farewell, who served as chairman of the House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates. “Much needed…

Rep. Bollin urges residents to heed governor’s stay-at-home order

Legislator calls for postponement of May elections State Rep. Ann Bollin urged residents to follow the stay-at-home order issued today by the governor and said it’s time for the state to consider postponing the May elections to protect Michigan voters from COVID-19. Bollin, of Brighton Township, said the governor’s order directs residents to stay in…

Rep. Bollin statement on Livingston County’s first coronavirus case

State Rep. Ann Bollin, of Brighton Township, today issued the following statement after the first coronavirus case was identified in Livingston County: “Our country is dealing with an unprecedented public health crisis, and our community is not immune. Yesterday, the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services notified Livingston County Health Department of a presumptive…

Rep. Bollin votes to provide $125M more for Michigan’s coronavirus response

Rep. Ann Bollin tonight voted in favor of a new emergency budget plan adding another $125 million to help the state of Michigan and local communities respond to coronavirus. The measure brings the total state funding approved to $150 million, including the $25 million approved by the Legislature last week. The plan will provide $50…

Rep. Bollin supports plan to address the spread of coronavirus

Plan also addresses partially vetoed funding State Rep. Ann Bollin this week voted in favor of an emergency budget plan to help combat the spread of coronavirus in the state. A total of $25 million will assist in virus monitoring, testing, infection control, and continuation of critical state government functions. The plan also addresses several…

Rep. Bollin: Election integrity must always be top priority

Up to 15,000 voters able to have their vote count State Rep. Ann Bollin today said she is grateful absentee voters in Michigan’s presidential primary who selected a candidate who is no longer in the race can spoil their ballots until 4 p.m. Monday. Bollin said more than 15,000 Michigan voters have already spoiled their…

Rep. Bollin to host March coffee hours

State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township will host district coffee hours on Monday, March 23 to meet with residents of the 42nd District. “It’s an honor to be your voice in Lansing,” Rep Bollin said. “I invite all to attend for a legislative update and discussion on ways we can move Michigan forward.” Office…