Rep. Glenn talks about her appointment as the new Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Military and Veterans Affairs and State Police. In her new role, Rep. Glenn will lead work on the 2021 budgets for the Michigan State Police and the Michigan Department of Military and Veterans Affairs and she says she is…
Rep. Glenn talks about her participation in a legislative hearing Thursday at the state Capitol on how human trafficking is impacting Michigan. The House Appropriations Subcommittees on Health and Human Services and Health Policy will listen to testimony from a variety of experts. January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month.
With this Saturday, November 23, marking National Adoption Day, Rep. Glenn talks about how the Michigan House declared November Adoption Month in the state and speaks about bringing parents and kids together.
Rep. Glenn talks about her HB 5078, which would restore $15 million in funding for K-3 summer school programs for students who are not reading at grade level and could be held back as a result. The funding was line-item vetoed from the state’s 2020 Fiscal Year budget by the Governor.
Rep. Glenn talks about final House passage Tuesday of her HB 4485 which designates US-10, beginning at the intersection with Jefferson Avenue and extending east to the intersection with Bay City Road as the “Marine Lance Corporal Steven J. Szymanski Memorial Highway.” Lance Corporal Szymanski was a Midland native who was killed on October…
Rep. Glenn talks about House passage Friday of auto insurance reform legislation.
Rep. Glenn talks about House passage of auto insurance rate reform legislation.
Rep. Glenn talks about her HB 4010, which is part of a bipartisan package that would open the records of the Legislature and the Governor’s office. Rep. Glenn’s bill would provide members of the public with avenues for appeal if a request for information was initially rejected.