Rep. Webber: Outdoor social drinking zones, cocktails to-go signed into Michigan law

Bipartisan, bicameral legislation spearheaded by Reps. Michael Webber (R-Rochester Hills) and Sarah Anthony (D-Lansing) and Sen. Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton) giving Michigan bars and restaurants a new source of economic support in a time when they need it most were signed into law today by the governor. The new laws allow local municipalities to establish designated…

Rep. Webber: House votes to permit outdoor social drinking zones, cocktails to-go

Bipartisan measures to help local establishments adapt to COVID-19 times The Michigan House this week approved bipartisan legislation spearheaded by Reps. Michael Webber (R-Rochester Hills) and Sarah Anthony (D-Lansing) giving Michigan bars and restaurants a new source of economic support in a time when they need it most. The measures would allow local municipalities to…

Rep. Webber drafts plan to permit outdoor drinking districts in Michigan

In a time when they need it most, Michigan bars and restaurants may get a new source of economic support under a measure introduced today by State Rep. Michael Webber, of Rochester Hills. Webber’s plan would allow local municipalities the option to establish designated drinking areas where people can purchase alcoholic beverages on the go….

Rep. Webber: House advances emergency funding to combat coronavirus

State Rep. Michael Webber this week voted in favor of an emergency budget plan to combat the spread of coronavirus in Michigan, restore support for tourism, and promote job growth. The budget measures go beyond funding restorations to address evolving challenges such as coronavirus in Michigan. A total of $25 million will assist in virus…

Travelers better protected under Webber plan approved by Michigan House

The Michigan House this week overwhelmingly approved state Rep. Michael Webber’s plan adopting protections for consumers who purchase travel insurance policies. Webber, of Rochester Hills, said while the use of travel insurance is becoming more prevalent by travelers nationally and internationally, there’s not enough adequate safety measures in place to protect policyholders from bad actors…