Rep. Allor talks about Wednesday’s House passage of her HB 5673, which names a portion of US-23 in Alpena County the “Trooper Larry Forreider Memorial Highway” in honor of a Michigan State Police trooper killed in the line of duty in 1974.
Rep. Allor talks about House passage Tuesday of her HR 222, expressing support for the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and opposing any reduction in its boundaries. The Sanctuary is under review at the federal level and Rep. Allor says it plays an important economic and educational role in northeast lower Michigan.
Rep. Allor talks about Tuesday’s State of the State address and says her focus in 2018 is PFAs and tax relief.
Rep. Allor talks about House passage Wednesday of a $23.2 million appropriation that will provide testing, monitoring and technical assistance at more than a dozen sites across Michigan where per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have been found in groundwater, including the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda and the Combat Readiness Training Center in…
Rep. Allor talks about her testimony Tuesday in the House Workforce and Talent Development Committee on her HB 5140, which, with parental consent, would allow proprietary schools, community colleges, and skilled trades employers in Michigan to have access to the student data. Rep. Allor says the legislation would give students a better look at available…
Rep. Allor talks about her legislation in a bi-partisan, five-bill package, designed to provide Michigan K-12 students with more information about careers and career options.
Rep. Allor, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Department of Natural Resources, says the state’s 2018 budget that takes effect in October will include a $1 million appropriation to combat and study chronic wasting disease in Michigan’s whitetail deer population, calling the issue a threat to both the livelihoods and traditions of…
Rep. Allor talks about House passage Wednesday of a multi-bill package that allows law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed weapon without a permit, saying the plan is welcomed news for residents in her district.
Rep. Allor says she was pleased with the positive tone of Tuesday’s State of the State, and looks forward to working to find solutions.
Rep. Allor looks to the next two years in the Michigan House, saying she’ll be a voice in Lansing for the people of northern Michigan.