Rep. Leutheuser speaks on the House floor Tuesday, prior to passage of his HB 4980, which is part of a larger package of legislation reforming the expungement of some convictions in Michigan. Rep. Leutheuser says his plan will make expungement automatic in some cases, which he says will help pave the way to re-entry into…
Rep. Leutheuser talks about a new, bi-partisan package of legislation that smooths the way toward expunging the misdemeanor and low-felony records of Michigan residents who have been out of the court system for years, saying expungement opens up a new world of job and career opportunities.
Rep. Leutheuser speaks on the House floor Friday before the vote on the auto insurance reform bill.
State Rep. Eric Leutheuser discussed the governor’s State of the State address with WTVB.
Rep. Leutheuser says students in Branch and Hillsdale Counties will benefit from record K-12 funding during the 2018-2019 school year, which he says will build increasingly robust programming for young people pursuing a college education or education in a professional trade.
Rep. Leutheuser talks about House passage Wednesday of HCR 13, which will provide for Secondary Road Patrol funding in his district and several other areas across Michigan. The plan extends Secondary Road funding to county sheriff’s departments so they can provide patrols to municipalities that have reduced their police departments because of economic hardship.
Rep. Leutheuser talks about his guests at the state Capitol’s annual September 11th commemoration Thursday.
Rep. Leutheuser speaks on the floor of the Michigan House Wednesday prior to passage of his HB 4057, which designates US-12 in the city of Jonesville as the “James Bondsteel Memorial Highway”. A Jonesville High School graduate, James Bondsteel was a U.S. Army Sergeant who received the Medal of Honor during the war in Vietnam…
Rep. Leutheuser talks about the visit to the Capitol Thursday of the two-time state champion Bronson volleyball team.
On the first day of session for the Michigan House this term, Rep. Leutheuser looks ahead at two years of reform.