Rep. Slagh talks about finishing work on the state’s 2020 Fiscal Year budget this week, saying completion of the process “stopped the hurt for many folks.”
Rep. Iden, who helped lead passage of a bi-partisan package of legislation to modernize gaming in Michigan, says he thinks the plan will see quick implementation and projects sports fans could be placing bets by late March of 2020.
Rep. Vaupel talks about final House passage Wednesday of his HB 4310, which updates state law to allow parimutuel wagering on horse racing utilizing online gaming and Advanced Deposit Wagering. The Representative believes the plan will help steady the state’s horse racing industry, which he says accounts for about 12,000 jobs.
Speaker Chatfield talks with reporters on the House floor Tuesday after a series of votes to restore almost $600 million in vetoed line items in the state’s 2020 budget, while providing the Legislature with more of a role in funding shifts made by the State Administrative Board. The Speaker also talked about the future of…