State Rep. Lee Chatfield of Levering recently welcomed Lake Superior State University President Peter Mitchell, to the state Capitol. Mitchell was selected by the Board of Trustees to serve as president in 2017.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Julie Calley welcomed Senior Pastor Steve Smail from the Lighthouse Baptist Church in Plainwell to the state Capitol to give today’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. House tradition calls for a representative or a clergy member to begin each day’s session with a prayer. Speaker Tom Leonard joined them…
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Mary Whiteford presents a tribute to Bryan Adams of Hopkins at his Eagle Scout court of honor. Brian’s Eagle Scout project was the renovation of The Allegan Band Booth at the Allegan County Fair. ###
State Rep. Lana Theis, of Brighton, today testified before the House Law and Justice Committee today, in support of her legislative package to protect young victims of sexual-based offenses, while helping local school districts better protect their students who are victims of such crimes. At right is state Rep. Sylvia Santana, of Detroit, and at…
State Rep. Kim LaSata today announced plans to meet with residents of Southwest Michigan during her scheduled office hours. Office hours take place on Friday, Feb. 23 at Broad Street Café, 614 Broad St. in St. Joseph, from 10 to 11 a.m. “I look forward to talking with residents of Southwest Michigan about their state…
State Rep. Mike McCready attends the Governor’s annual State of the State address in January with his guest, Bloomfield Township supervisor, Leo Savoie.
State Reps. Tedder and Cox enter the Michigan House of Representatives to attend the Governor’s annual State of the State address.
State Rep. Jim Runestad and Senator Wayne Schmidt enter the House of Representatives for the Governor’s annual State of the State address in January.
Reps. Kesto and Iden at the enrolling clerk’s office in the state Capitol.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Noble speaks on bills that increases personal exemptions for Michigan taxpayers and their dependents on state income taxes, potentially saving families hundreds of dollars overall.