PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Hank Vaupel of Fowlerville welcomed the Hartland High School hockey team to the Capitol on Thursday. The Hartland Eagles won the 2018 state championship, and Rep. Vaupel recognized their achievement with a state tribute.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Alexander greets resident.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Kahle discusses veterans issues.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Martin Howrylak, R-Troy, was joined by honored guests Randy Gillary and Emily Kucinich of the Kimberly Anne Gillary Foundation as members of the Legislature and guests today recognized April 2018 as State Athlete Cardiac Awareness Month in Michigan. Since December 1999, 68 students have lost their lives due to sudden cardiac…
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Holly Hughes (right) today testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee, supporting legislation to require convicted criminals hear victim impact statements during a sentencing hearing. The committee later unanimously approved the bill. The legislation was inspired by a Muskegon County case where the convicted murderer of Rebekah Bletsch was allowed to leave…
Each year at the beginning of March, schools kick off March is Reading Month by celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Teachers design contests, plan family literacy events, and invite special guests to read to their classrooms. State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian visited classrooms throughout Lenawee County during the month of March. “Whether you are a…
Rep. Noble answers a phone call during session on the House floor.
State Reps. Kathy Crawford, center, Patricia Hornberger, left, and Jim Lilly, right, testify in the House Education Reform Committee.
State Reps. Martin Howrylak, second from right, Pete Lucido, right, Abdullah Hammoud, second from left, and Henry Yanez, left, and colleagues introduced bills into the Michigan House of Representatives.
State Rep. John Reilly of Oakland testified on legislation that will prevent cash assistance from being used to purchase alcohol and drugs, or for other inappropriate purposes.