Mueller supports additional coronavirus emergency funding totaling $125 million

Rep. Mike Mueller has voted in favor of a new emergency budget plan adding another $125 million to help the state of Michigan and local communities respond to coronavirus. The measure brings the total state funding approved to $150 million, including the $25 million approved by the Legislature last week. The plan will provide $50…

Rep. Cole votes to provide $125M more for Michigan’s coronavirus response

Rep. Triston Cole this week voted in favor of a new emergency budget plan adding another $125 million to help the state of Michigan and local communities respond to coronavirus. The measure brings the total state funding approved to $150 million, including the $25 million approved by the Legislature last week. The plan will provide…

Rep. Wozniak reminds residents to continue to shop and buy local

State Rep. Doug Wozniak reminded residents today to continue supporting local businesses and restaurants in the townships of Bruce, Shelby, and Washington, and the village of Romeo during the coronavirus restrictions. “Check to see if your favorite restaurant is offering delivery or take-out,” Wozniak said. “Supporting our local business owners is more important now than…

OPINION: Safety, proactive measures prove critical as coronavirus response intensifies

By state Rep. Ryan Berman of Commerce Township  Keeping Oakland County communities and residents safe has been my priority throughout my first legislative term in the Michigan House, but it has been especially brought into focus now – amidst what is quickly becoming the biggest sudden disruption of daily life our country has seen since…

Rep. Hauck helps bolster state’s emergency coronavirus response with additional $125M

Unanimous House passage emphasizes rapid public safety efforts State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, this week voted to proactively address the spread of coronavirus in Michigan – joining his colleagues in approving a new emergency budget plan adding another $125 million to assist the state and local communities. “We see new cases popping up…

Rep. Hall: March legislative update

By state Rep. Matt Hall of Marshall Addressing Coronavirus in Michigan The coronavirus is already here in Michigan, and we are just beginning to feel its impact. While this unprecedented public health challenge is a great concern for our community, it is important to highlight our state and local health care professionals are working diligently…

Rep. Slagh supports additional $125 million in emergency coronavirus response

State Rep. Brad Slagh has voted in favor of a new emergency budget plan adding an additional $125 million to help the state of Michigan and local communities respond to coronavirus. The measure brings the total state funding approved to $150 million, including the $25 million approved by the Legislature last week. The plan will…

House approves additional emergency funding to support coronavirus response in Michigan

Rep. Shane Hernandez – chair of the Michigan House Appropriations Committee – issued the following statement after the House approved an additional $125 million for coronavirus response. This brings the total state allocation to $150 million approved within the past week: “While what is happening across our nation may seem unprecedented, it’s important to remind…