Rep. Noble welcomes local pastor to lead House invocation

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble (right) of Northville welcomed Pastor Edward Pruett (center) to the state Capitol to give today’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Pruett is senior pastor of Kingdom Cross Church in Canton. Joining them at the rostrum is Speaker of the House Tom Leonard.

Rep. Noble testifies in House Oversight committee

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Reps. Jeff Noble and Beau LaFave testify in the House Oversight and Ethics committee in support of plans to remove unnecessary laws from the books. House Bills 5738 and 5884 would both remove outdated sections of law in various areas.

Rep. Noble wears sneakers in support of cancer prevention

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble showed his support for cancer awareness by wearing sneakers in honor of Suits and Sneakers Week. On Wednesday, Michigan legislators wore sneakers with their professional attire to encourage education on cancer prevention, screening, and early detection.

Rep. Noble recognizes local libraries during National Library Week

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble celebrated National Library Week by giving tributes of appreciation to the Northville and Plymouth district libraries. “It was a pleasure to honor the hard-working individuals that make our libraries so special,” Rep. Noble said. “I deeply appreciate the dedication, commitment to excellence and spirit of service the Northville and…

Rep. Noble attends Gov. Snyder tax relief bill signing

State Rep. Jeff Noble was joined by Speaker Tom Leonard, left, Reps. Roger Hauck, second from left, and Jim Tedder, second from right, at the Governor’s bill signing for the bipartisan tax relief package. Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation to preserve and increase personal exemptions for taxpayers and their dependents on state income taxes.

Rep. Noble takes Polar Plunge for Special Olympics

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble today participated in the seventh annual legislative Polar Plunge on the Capitol lawn. This was his second year participating. All donated funds support year-round sports training and athletic competitions for more than 23,000 adults and children with intellectual disabilities in Michigan.