Rep. Inman explains ‘no’ vote on income tax

State Rep. Larry C. Inman, of Traverse City, issued the following statement after a 12-hour session regarding his ‘no’ vote on the income tax bill that was defeated on the House floor this morning at 2:30 a.m.: “House Bill 4001 has a significant negative fiscal impact to Michigan’s budget and I believe that it is…

Rep. Inman touts support for school budget bill

State Rep. Larry Inman, R-Traverse City, issued the following statement today regarding his decision to support the education funding portion of the Fiscal Year 2017 budget: “I am voting in favor of Senate Bill 801 because of the increased funding for K-12, community colleges, and higher education. “I have worked tirelessly as a member of…

Rep. Inman issues statement on omnibus budget no-vote

State Rep. Larry Inman, R-Traverse City, issued the following statement today regarding his decision to vote against the Fiscal Year 2017 General Fund budget (House Bill 5294) in light of the Michigan Department of Corrections’ decision to close Pugsley Correctional Facility in Kingsley as a cost-cutting measure: “I just voted against this budget bill because…

Rep. Inman issues statement on decision to close Pugsley prison

The Michigan Department of Corrections today announced it will close Pugsley Correctional Facility in Kingsley as a cost-cutting measure. State Rep. Larry Inman, R-Traverse City, issued the following statement: “I am disappointed with the Department of Corrections’ decision to close the Pugsley Correctional Facility, which will cause over 230 employees to lose their jobs and…

Rep. Inman, House committee approve Natural Resources Trust Fund appropriations

The House Appropriations Committee where state Rep. Larry Inman is a member approved legislation allocating $25.6 million from the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF) for 70 land acquisition and recreational development projects throughout the state.” Rep. Inman, R-Traverse City, issued the following statement following the committee’s recommendation of House Bill 5377: “There are plans…