Regulatory Reform Committee approves Rep. Cox’s fire safety legislation

Fire safety legislation sponsored by Rep. Laura Cox, R-Livonia, was unanimously approved by the House Committee on Regulatory Reform today. House Bill 5121 requires commercial and multi-family structures of three units or more to post signage if their roof and floor systems were constructed with lightweight material that have been proven to burn at a…

Rep. Cox, DeNapoli testify in support of fire safety legislation

State Representative Laura Cox, R-Livonia, testifies on House Bill 5121 before the House Committee on Regulatory Reform Wednesday in Lansing. She was joined by Paul DeNapoli, director of the Fire Science Program at Madonna University and a retired Livonia Fire Department battalion chief. Rep. Cox sponsored HB 5121, which is fire safety legislation that would…

Livonia residents invited to February office hours with Rep. Laura Cox

State Rep. Laura Cox invites Livonia-area residents to meet with her during office hours on Friday, Feb. 12 from 1 to 2 p.m. “I encourage everyone to bring their thoughts and considerations on Michigan’s state government, and I look forward to helping in any way that I can,” Rep. Cox said. Office hours will be…

Rep. Cox posts perfect voting record for first year in office

For the entirety of her first year in office as a state representative, Rep. Laura Cox didn’t miss a single vote in 2015. “I take this position and the duties it entails as a very serious responsibility,” said Rep. Cox, R-Livonia. “When I was first elected to be a representative for our community, I made…

Rep. Cox announces first 2016 office hours

State Rep. Laura Cox invites Livonia-area residents to meet with her during office hours on Monday, Jan. 11 from 1 to 2 p.m. “As we begin the new year, I look forward to listening to our community’s thoughts and concerns,” said Rep. Cox, R-Livonia. “With your input, we can create a more efficient and effective…

Rep. Cox encourages student participation in State of the State contest

Livonia-area students in elementary through high school are able to submit original cover art designs for this year’s State of the State program, as part of a contest announced by the governor. “Livonia is full of young, creative minds who I’m sure would be strong contenders in this contest,” said Rep. Laura Cox, R-Livonia. “I…