The students, along with their teachers Kelly Phalen, Lori Farrington and Jenn Cubitt, visited Lansing for a tour of the state Capitol with Lucido, who also gave them a brief overview on the legislative process and explained the nature of his job representing the residents of the Shelby, Washington and Bruce townships and the Village of Romeo.
Lucido also brought the students and teachers onto the House floor for a tour and photos. He said he was impressed how interested the students were in learning about how government works.
“It’s always great to see students show an active interest in being engaged and knowledgeable about government and how it operates,” said Lucido, a Republican from Shelby Township. “These are students who will become future leaders in both government and business, and their interest and knowledge about how the legislative process works will be a great asset for them the rest of their lives.”