Rep. Hauck invites residents to town hall meeting on road funding

State Rep. Roger Hauck has announced a special town hall meeting with special guest Rep. Jack O’Malley on Monday, June 10 to discuss road funding in the state of Michigan. Rep. O’Malley serves as chairman of the House Transportation Committee and is traveling throughout Michigan to discuss road funding with local residents. O’Malley’s committee also…

Rep. Hauck: Isabella and Midland county drivers one step closer to rate relief

Plan fixing no-fault insurance system heads to governor’s desk State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township today cast a pivotal vote in favor of a proposal that brings savings to Michigan drivers through lower car insurance rates. The plan, which needed additional legislative approval after an initial House vote earlier in the month, guarantees lower…

Rep. Hauck votes to protect Michigan youth from dangers of e-cigarettes

State Rep. Roger Hauck this week voted in favor of a plan to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors and prevent individuals under 18 from possessing vaping products in Michigan. Hauck, of Union Township, said the number of teenagers who use e-cigarettes has increased dramatically over the past few years, prompting parents, teachers and…

Rep. Hauck: Relief finally has arrived for state’s car insurance rates

Legislator casts important vote as House approves landmark legislation State Rep. Roger Hauck today voted to bring lower car insurance prices to residents and families in Isabella and Midland counties, joining House members in approving a plan to reform Michigan’s broken no-fault system. The plan guarantees lower rates across Michigan for drivers currently saddled with…

Rep. Hauck plan for updated high school curriculum standards gets passing grade

Plan improves student preparedness for future careers State Rep. Roger Hauck’s plan to modernize high school graduation standards was approved today by the Michigan House Education Committee. The four-bill package updates curriculum requirements across the board, but Hauck’s legislation specifically allows a student enrolled in a career and technical education (CTE) program to fulfill the…

House overwhelmingly approves Rep. Hauck’s plan to ‘Raise the Age’

State Rep. Roger Hauck’s plan to end the policy requiring all 17-year-olds to be treated as adults in Michigan’s criminal justice system today was overwhelmingly approved by the Michigan House. Hauck, who sponsored the plan alongside a bipartisan group of his colleagues, said Michigan is one of just four states still requiring all 17-year-olds to…

Rep. Hauck helps Union Township secure safety improvements to intersection

State Rep. Roger Hauck today announced traffic safety improvements requested for Isabella Road at M-20 (Pickard) have been approved by state transportation officials. Rep. Hauck worked with Union Township to submit a request to the Michigan Department of Transportation for a left turn traffic light signal at the intersection. Hauck, who worked at Delfield Manufacturing…

Rep. Hauck plan requires physical therapists to report suspected child abuse or neglect

State Rep. Roger Hauck today testified before the House Families, Children, and Seniors Committee in support of a plan to require physical therapists and assistants to report child abuse and neglect. Hauck’s plan adds physical therapists and physical therapist assistants to the long list of health professionals who must report suspected child abuse or neglect…

Rep. Hauck: ‘Raise the Age’ reforms would help put teens on the right path

Plan ends policy requiring all 17-year-olds be treated as adults in court State Rep. Roger Hauck testified before the House Judiciary Committee today in support of his plan to improve the way 17-year-olds are treated in Michigan’s criminal justice system. Hauck, who sponsored the plan alongside a bipartisan group of his colleagues, said Michigan is…

Rep. Hauck: House approves government transparency plan

Legislation extends open record requirements to governor, Legislature State Rep. Roger Hauck’s plan to make state government more accountable to the people of Michigan was unanimously approved today by the Michigan House. Hauck, of Union Township, said Michigan is one of just two states that still exempts its governor and state legislators from open records…

Rep. Hauck’s transparency plan clears House panel during Sunshine Week

State Rep. Roger Hauck’s plan to make state government more accountable to the people of Michigan was approved today by the House Government Operations Committee. Michigan is one of just two states that still exempts its governor, lieutenant governor and the Legislature from sunshine laws. Hauck’s legislation is part of a bipartisan plan to end…

Rep. Hauck continues call for affordable car insurance following State of the State address

State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, reflected on Tuesday night’s State of the State address by reiterating the need for lowering Michigan’s out-of-control car insurance rates. The state’s controversial no-fault system forces more than seven million Michigan drivers to pay the highest car insurance rates in the country. A special committee has been formed…