Rep. Griffin talks about passage Tuesday by the House Workforce and Talent Development Committee of a four-bill package, including legislation she authored, to add greater flexibility in the Michigan Merit Curriculum to allow for more students to take advantage of career technical education opportunities.
Rep. Griffin talks about her new legislation that directs the Prescription Drug and Opioid Abuse Commission to develop new curriculum that will educate Michigan students on prescription opioid drug abuse. Rep. Griffin says helping young Michiganders understand that prescription drugs are addictive could save lives.
Rep. Griffin talks about House passage Tuesday of her HB 4080, which provides school districts with more financial flexibility when funding energy conservation and operational improvements to school facilities.
Rep. Griffin talks about her HB 4315, which she says gives high school students the flexibility in their curriculum to prepare for careers in a 21st century economy.
Rep. Griffin talks about the rollout Thursday of the Republican Action Plan for the Michigan House for 2017-2018, saying she likes the emphasis on providing rural broadband and a renewed focus on career technical education.
Rep. Griffin talks about her legislation to provide school districts with more financial flexibility when funding energy conservation and operational improvements to school facilities. The bill is the first piece of legislation that Rep. Griffin has introduced in the Michigan House and she says it is focused on helping kids.
Rep. Griffin talks about Tuesday’s State of the State, saying an increased focus on infrastructure in Michigan will hopefully mean better broadband services for her district.