Rep. Allor applauds White House commitment to environmental conservation

(Washington, D.C.) Following remarks by U.S. President Donald Trump, state Rep. Sue Allor said she applauds the president’s commitment to continuing conservatives’ legacy of environmental conservation and protection. “The call to continue to protect and manage our nation’s natural resources through innovation resonates with our Pure Michigan way of life, and I am glad to…

House budget offers smart plan for roads, environment, Allor says

Following approval of the House’s budget plan, state Rep. Sue Allor announced today that funding to fix our roads is at record levels—including more spending on local roads— and investment in environmental protections will continue in the Oscoda area and throughout the state. “This budget represents the careful planning and attention to detail it takes…

Allor PFAS contamination proposal approved by House Committee

The House Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee today approved Rep. Sue Allor’s proposal to contain and control PFAS contamination caused by AFFF fire-fighting foam. “We are working diligently to try and address the use of PFAS-containing AFFF firefighting foam, a major concern is that unreported use of this product puts Michigan at risk,” said…

Rep. Allor votes to lower car insurance rates for Michigan drivers

The Michigan House today approved a landmark plan to fix our state’s much-maligned car insurance system and reduce rates for all Michigan drivers, state Rep. Sue Allor announced. Allor voted in favor of the plan to offer drivers personal injury coverage options, rein in medical costs and fight fraud – features designed to end Michigan’s…

Rep. Allor invites residents to May office hours

Rep. Sue Allor of Wolverine announced her May office hours for residents of Alpena, Presque Isle, Alcona, and Iosco counties, and parts of Cheboygan County. “We have been working on a lot of good things in Lansing,” Rep. Allor said. “I am looking forward to answering any questions, sharing ideas, and discussing the issues we…

House Appropriations Subcommittee approves plan to protect Michigan’s natural resources, water and environment

The Michigan House Appropriations Subcommittee, charged with budgeting the state’s conservation and environmental protection programs, today approved two plans that make critical investments in drinking water protections, natural resource management and environmental protections, said subcommittee chair state Rep. Sue Allor. “My top priority is to continue to fight for Michigan families and protect those affected…

Rep. Allor issues statement on new PFAS commission

State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, issued the following statement in response to the governor’s creation of a new panel to study the water advisory limit for PFAS: “I applaud Governor Whitmer building on the work performed by the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) over the past 15 months in working to protect the safety…

Rep. Allor issues statement on new PFAS commission

State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, issued the following statement in response to the governor’s creation of a new panel to study the water advisory limit for PFAS: “I applaud Governor Whitmer building on the work performed by the Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) over the past 15 months in working to protect the safety…

Rep. Allor to DOD: Clean up your mess

State Rep. Sue Allor today sharply criticized the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) after recent reports that the DOD has been lobbying the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to adopt a more lenient standard for cleaning up PFAS in groundwater. For decades, the DOD used fire-fighting foam laden with PFAS for training exercises on Air Force…

Rep. Allor’s open records plan approved by Michigan House

State Rep. Sue Allor’s plan to make state government more accountable to the people of Michigan was unanimously approved today by the Michigan House. Allor, of Wolverine, said Michigan is one of just two states that still exempts its governor and state legislators from open records laws. Her legislation is part of a bipartisan plan…