State Rep. Jeff Noble announced the Senate Judiciary Committee has unanimously approved his legislation to pull the state medical licenses for doctors convicted of sexually abusing a patient under the guise of a medical procedure – in Michigan or any other state.
Photo information: Representative Roger Hauck meets with residents at his local coffee hours.
Photo Information: Representative Joe Bellino chats with local residents about state government at a recent set of office hours hosted by Bellino.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Brandt Iden welcomed U.S Olympic Soccer star Lindsay Tarpley to the floor of the Michigan House of Representatives. Tarpley is a two-time Olympic gold medalist, winning gold at the 2004 Athens and 2008…
Senate committee considers legislation in response to Larry Nassar scandal PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Pamela Hornberger, of Chesterfield Township, today testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on her plan to improve an outdated law governing the removal of elected state and university board officials for gross negligence, corrupt conduct and other illegal behavior. #####
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jim Lilly presented a memorial tribute to the family of the late Jim Hall from the Office of the Inspector General. Jim was a dedicated public servant in state government since…
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Yaroch listens to a group of veterans discuss veteran service issues.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Yaroch listens to residents discuss current state issues.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Diana Farrington listens to residents discuss current state issues.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford recently welcomed students from Plainwell High School to the floor of the Michigan House of Representatives. The students were in Lansing attending the Michigan Association of School Boards Conference. Rep. Whiteford discussed school safety, Title IX, and Gov. Snyder’s Marshall Plan for Talent with the students. “I was impressed with the…