State Rep. Aaron Miller of Sturgis has been appointed to a key role helping determine the policy priorities of Michigan House Republicans for the upcoming 2019-20 session.
Miller was appointed chair of the Policy Action Plan Committee by Speaker-elect Lee Chatfield. The temporary panel will help collect policy ideas to help build the House Republican action plan for the next two years.
“House Republicans have long led state government in building a strong, successful and transparent policy plan,” Miller said. “A new Legislature and a new dynamic in the state Capitol will do nothing to change that. House Republicans will continue to tackle Michigan’s biggest challenges. We will continue to press for ambitious, lasting improvements to our state, of which auto insurance reform will be number one on the list. And we will continue to ask the public to hold us accountable to this plan over the next two years. That is the best way forward for Michigan.”
Miller was recently re-elected to a third term representing St. Joseph County and part of Cass County in the Michigan House.