State Rep. Jim Tedder welcomed president of My Habitat Clarkston, Julie Nemeth, to the House floor during session.
State Rep. Kim LaSata today announced plans to meet with residents of Southwest Michigan during her scheduled office hours. Office hours will take place on Friday, April 6 at Clifford’s Coffee Canal, 619 W. Main St. in Benton Harbor from 9 to 10 a.m. “I look forward to talking with residents of Southwest Michigan about…
PHOTO: State Rep. Tom Barrett of Charlotte read to students at Winans Elementary School last week as part of March is Reading Month. ###
State Rep. Michael Webber recently visited McGregor Elementary School in Rochester as part of his annual March is Reading Month tour. During his visit, Rep. Webber read “I Got the Rhythm” by Connie Schofield-Morrison and answered students questions.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jim Runestad today welcomed students from St. Patrick Catholic School to Lansing. Thirty-four students toured the Capitol and had the opportunity to visit the representative during their class field trip.
State Rep. Beth Griffin today announced plans to meet with residents of southwest Michigan during a special evening office hour session. “I want to have the opportunity to meet with as many members of the community as possible,” Griffin said. “This evening office hour will give people extra time to speak with me about state…
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Noble introduces a bill into the Michigan House of Representatives.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Noble chats with local residents during his coffee hours.
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Noble on the House floor during session.
LANSING – State Rep. Jim Lilly today launched the bipartisan MI Future Caucus, a caucus made up of 50 legislators under 40 years old. The goal of the MI Future Caucus is to engage with young people by breaking through the partisan divide and to focus on generational issues to unite legislators. “I’ve heard a…