Rep. Noble testifies on his bill to help protect vulnerable patients

Measure requires consent before ending life-sustaining treatment State Rep. Jeff Noble today testified before the House Families, Children, and Seniors Committee in support of his legislation requiring a physician to obtain consent before withholding or withdrawing life-sustaining treatment. Earlier this year, Kansas enacted a measure called Simon’s Law after the parents of a seriously ill…

Rep. Noble supports pilot program to fight opioid abuse

Kalamazoo County study may have statewide impact   State Rep. Jeff Noble today voted for legislation that includes a pilot program to identify people at a high risk of opioid addiction and stem the abuse epidemic that grips the state and nation. Noble, of Plymouth, said he voted for the supplemental appropriations bill because he…

Rep. Noble invites residents to local office hour

State Rep. Jeff Noble will host an open office hour on Monday, Nov. 6 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Plymouth District Library located at 223 S. Main St. in Plymouth. “Hosting regular office hours is one of my top priorities,” Rep. Noble said. “Being accessible and accountable to people in my district is…

Rep. Noble co-sponsors legislation requiring balanced budget by July 1

Legislators would forfeit pay after missed deadline State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth Township co-sponsored legislation introduced Wednesday to require the Michigan Legislature to present a balanced budget to the governor by July 1 each year. The joint resolution proposes amending the Michigan Constitution to establish the July 1 deadline and ensure legislators adhere to…

Rep. Noble recognizes local scholarship semifinalists

Rep. Jeff Noble today congratulated National Merit Scholarship semifinalists from Plymouth, Canton, and Northville high schools. “I’m very proud to announce that three high schools in my district had a combined 43 National Merit semifinalists,” Rep. Noble said. “This extraordinary achievement is conducive of superior hard work and dedication from school administrators, teachers, parents and…

Rep. Noble announces safety improvements in Plymouth

State Rep. Jeff Noble today announced that traffic safety improvements in Plymouth Township will start this fall. Turn lanes will be added at the intersection of McClumpha Road and Ann Arbor Road. The T-shaped intersection currently has no turn lanes, creating safety concerns. There is also a large influx of traffic due to a nearby…

Rep. Noble votes for bill banning local food taxes

Families don’t deserve another challenge   State Rep. Jeff Noble today said he joined his colleagues in approving a House bill prohibiting local units of government from taxing the manufacture and sale of food and beverages. Noble, of Plymouth, said the Michigan Food Access and Affordability Act received strong bipartisan support in the House vote….

Rep. Noble calls for lower auto insurance rates; announces community meeting

State Rep. Jeff Noble, calling for significantly lower auto insurance rates in Michigan, announced he will host a community meeting on the subject Oct. 30. “Rate relief – that is what Michigan drivers want, and that is what we must deliver,” Noble, of Plymouth, said.  “Michigan has the most expensive auto insurance in the country,…

Rep. Noble hosts in-district office hour

State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth will host an open office hour on Monday, Oct. 2 from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Northville District Library located at 212 W. Cady St. in Northville. “I always look forward to meeting residents and discussing matters of state government,” Rep. Noble said. “Listening to community members is…

Rep. Noble applauds resolution to extend public safety provisions

Bill provides funds for county to patrol city, village streets   State Rep. Jeff Noble today hailed a resolution extending funds for the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department to continue patrols of city and village streets within the county. Noble, of Plymouth, said some communities he serves have experienced economic hardships and the resulting budget cuts…

Rep. Noble invites residents to open office hour in Plymouth

State Rep. Jeff Noble of Plymouth will host an open office hour on Monday, Sept. 18 from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Plymouth Township Hall Multi-Function Room located at 9955 N. Haggerty Road in Plymouth. “I am committed to meeting residents and discussing matters of state government,” Rep. Noble said. “I look forward to…

Local first responders joins Rep. Noble at Sept. 11 ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble, of Plymouth, today invited Northville Township Public Safety Director Todd Mutchler and Northville Township Fire Department Chief Brent Siegel  to the Michigan House of Representatives’ annual Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the Capitol. The ceremony remembers first responders and members of the military from Michigan who died in the…

Rep. Noble: Self-driving cars will arrive sooner than you think

State Rep. Jeff Noble this week toured Mcity in Ann Arbor with the Michigan House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and Senate Transportation Committee to discuss the future of autonomous vehicles on Michigan roads. Huei Peng and Carrie Morton of Mcity discussed research and outlined the vision of how autonomous vehicles will revolutionize transportation during Tuesday’s…

Rep. Noble’s bill limits tuition grants to legal residents only

Legislator: No state taxes should aid illegal immigrants   State Rep. Jeff Noble today introduced legislation to limit state-funded tuition grants to students legally residing in the United States. Noble, of Plymouth, said he introduced the bill as part of a sweeping legislative package to limit the use of taxpayer money to legal residents only….