Rep. Glenn talks about why he voted no on the energy rewrite legislation approved by the House on Thursday, but says the plan is a good starting place for more energy choice.
Rep. Glenn talks about House passage Wednesday of his HB 4636, which modifies penalties for mass picketing in Michigan. The measure allows an affected entity to file an injunction against mass picketers, who in turn would be subject to fines of $1000 for each subsequent violation following an injunction.
Rep. Glenn talks about the visit to the Capitol Wednesday of 95-year old Midland resident Don Bloomfield, a survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor 75 years ago. Rep. Glenn himself is the son of a Pearl Harbor survivor.
Rep. Glenn talks about his election Thursday as the Associate Speaker Pro Tem of the Michigan House for 2017-2018 and says he looks forward to bringing almost four decades of public policy experience to House leadership.
Rep. Glenn talks about his guests at the annual September 11 observance at the state Capitol this week.
As discussion over legislation to overhaul the state’s energy policy continues, House Energy Policy Committee Vice Chair Gary Glenn says he hopes a final package will focus on making Michigan more competitive with other states when it comes to energy costs and will be structured in a way that allows all, and not just some,…
Rep. Glenn talks about House passage Tuesday of his HB 5102, a plan brought to him by the Midland Fire Chief that ensures that Michigan building codes are written with some input from firefighters.
Rep. Glenn, a member of the House Military and Veterans Affairs Committee, says he’s looking forward to the June 13th meeting of the Committee set for the Grand Rapids Veterans Home to hear about audit findings on the Home’s operations.
Rep. Glenn calls on his constituents to contact the Michigan Department of Education to comment on its draft Statement and Guidance on Safe and Supportive Learning Environments for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Students through April 11, 2016. Rep. Glenn says the Statement erodes parental rights and will come before the State Board of Education…
Rep. Glenn says he hopes legislation that funds the Detroit Public Schools to the end of the 2015-2106 school year heads to the Governor by the end of the week, but adds that the funding must be paired with oversight.
Rep. Glenn talks about how he is sponsoring legislation in a bi-partisan package of bills to bring more transparency and openness to both the Governor’s office and the Legislature.
Rep. Glenn talks about his new HB 5376, which calls for one full-time military employee stationed at each armory or military facility to be armed with a firearm. Rep. Glenn says situations around the United States in recent years make such legislation a necessity.