Looking ahead to firearms deer season in November, Rep. Cole encourages residents in his northern Michigan district and across the state to get young people involved in what he says is one of Michigan’s most important traditions.
Rep. LaFave talks about his HB 6299, which would prohibit local governments in Michigan from enacting ordinances placing limitations on signs based solely on their content. Rep. LaFave says the legislation codifies a U.S. Supreme court ruling.
Rep. Iden says Michigan’s improving economy means more money for rebuilding and repairing the state’s roads and bridges, and points to his own district in Kalamazoo County as an example as a community benefiting from upgraded streets and highways.
Rep. LaFave talks about his HB 6300, which clarifies state law on providing blue handicapped parking placards for disabled veterans. The LaFave plan would allow 100%-disabled veterans to apply for a permit simply by submitting their military documentation.