PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Ben Frederick of Owosso welcomed Avianna Jackson and Dylan Dowen of Corunna High School on March 21. Avianna and Dylan were visiting the Capitol on behalf of the Shiawassee County Fair. ###
State Rep. Diana Farrington, of Utica, today testified on her plan to increase criminal penalties for possession of child pornography, calling for a maximum penalty of 10 years imprisonment for possession of over 100 images. The legislation, under consideration by the House Law and Justice Committee, was submitted in response to the recent Larry Nassar…
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Klint Kesto, chair of the House Law and Justice Commitee, today testified before the panel on his plan to prohibit anyone in a position of authority from preventing an individual from reporting a crime, including criminal sexual conduct. The legislation was submitted in response to the recent Larry Nassar scandal. #####
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Beth Griffin welcomed Pastor Jason Bull to the state Capitol to give today’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Bull is the executive pastor of Freshwater Community Church in Paw Paw. Joining them at the rostrum is Speaker of the House Tom Leonard. ###
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. John Reilly welcomed students from Kingsbury Country Day School to Lansing on Tuesday. “It was a pleasure to welcome so many talented young students to the Capitol today,” Rep. Reilly said. Thirty-eight students toured the Capitol and had the opportunity to visit the representative during their class field trip.
Legislation part of House response to Nassar scandal PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble today spoke before the House Law and Justice Committee, supporting his plan to revoke a medical professional’s license if they are convicted of sexually abusing a patient under the guise of a medical procedure.
PHOTO INORMATION: State Rep. Mary Whiteford, of Casco Township, today testified on her legislation to set standards for sensitive medical procedures while expanding record retention requirements to 15 years for such examinations in order to protect patients. Her comments came during a House Law and Justice Committee hearing reviewing legislation in response to a House…
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Lana Theis, of Brighton, today testified on the need to prohibit procedures involving pelvic area penetration of minors without meeting certain conditions. Her testimony before the House Law and Justice Committee outlined requirements that the medical treatment be within the professional’s scope of practice, have another health care professional in the…
State Rep. Jeff Noble testifies in the Law & Justice committee on the House sexual misconduct package.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Alexander greets locals on a walk.