Rep. Hauck statement on coronavirus case in Midland County

State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, today issued the following statement after Midland County’s first coronavirus case was discovered: “Our local health care officials are working round the clock to contain the virus and protect Midland County families. We can all do our part to help prevent further spread by using effective preventive measures…

Rep. Hauck helps bolster state’s emergency coronavirus response with additional $125M

Unanimous House passage emphasizes rapid public safety efforts State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, this week voted to proactively address the spread of coronavirus in Michigan – joining his colleagues in approving a new emergency budget plan adding another $125 million to assist the state and local communities. “We see new cases popping up…

Rep. Hauck disagrees with governor’s bonding idea for road repairs

Legislator: Cost will be passed to future generations, stunting growth State Rep. Roger Hauck today responded to the governor’s State of the State address, which included a plan to fund road repairs through an expected $3.5 billion in bonds over the coming years. A House Fiscal Agency report from January revealed Michigan’s government still owes…

Rep. Hauck votes to finalize budget restoration funding

State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, today joined colleagues in the Michigan Legislature in giving final approval to a plan restoring budget funding vetoed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer earlier this year. The governor vetoed nearly $1 billion in Legislature-approved funding when she signed the budget plan for the fiscal year that began Oct. 1….

Rep. Hauck’s juvenile justice reform plan becomes law

New law allows 17-year-olds to be sent through juvenile court system The policy requiring all 17-year-olds to be treated as adults in Michigan courts will soon end after a plan spearheaded by state Rep. Roger Hauck was signed into law today. Michigan is one of just four states still requiring all 17-year-olds to be prosecuted…

Rep. Hauck’s bipartisan ‘Raise the Age’ plan advances to governor’s desk

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 is on its way to the governor’s desk. Hauck said Michigan is one of just four states still requiring all 17-year-olds to be prosecuted as adults – even those who commit the most…

Hauck, Liberati testify on bipartisan plan to prevent surprise medical bills

State Reps. Roger Hauck (R-Mt. Pleasant) and Frank Liberati (D-Allen Park) today delivered testimony on bipartisan legislation they sponsored to protect Michigan residents from the practice of surprise medical billing. Surprise medical bills typically stem from a disagreement between a patient’s insurer and an out-of-network medical provider leaving the patient stuck with the bill. Patients…

Rep. Hauck introduces plan to restore funding for CTE equipment grants

State Rep. Roger Hauck today introduced a plan to restore funding for career and technical education equipment after Gov. Whitmer stripped funding for the grants last week. Hauck, of Union Township, said the bipartisan school budget plan approved by the Legislature included $16 million in grants to help local schools obtain the equipment they need…

Hauck plan to allow liquor license for Central Michigan University

Lawmaker testifies before House Regulatory Reform Committee   State Rep. Roger Hauck today testified before the House Regulatory Reform Committee in support of his plan making the John G. Kulhavi Events Center at Central Michigan University eligible for an on-premises liquor license. Under state liquor laws, a college or university can obtain a liquor license…

Rep. Hauck underscores record funding for Michigan students within budget plan

School aid budget contains commitments to career prep, early literacy State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, today voted to approve the Legislature’s school aid budget proposal for the upcoming fiscal year, including the largest investment for students in state history. The plan provides a total of $15.2 billion for K-12 schools without a tax…

Rep. Hauck to hold tele-town hall on auto insurance

State Rep. Roger Hauck invites residents to join him for a tele-town hall meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 18 to learn about and discuss the upcoming changes to the state’s car insurance system. Joining Hauck as a special guest will be Rep. Jason Wentworth of Clare, who serves as chair of the House Select Committee on…