Rep. Ann Bollin, R-Brighton Twp.; audio on Monday’s Novi press conference on ending Governor’s nursing home policy
Rep. Bollin speaks at a press conference in Brighton Monday, calling on the Governor to end the policy of mixing COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients in long-term care facilities.
Rep. Bollin talks about mitigating the impact of COVID-19
Rep. Bollin talks about her legislation designed to improve local elections.
Rep. Bollin talks about her new HB 5072, which will restore funding to help people recovering from opioid addiction. Gov. Whitmer line-itemed vetoed the $600,000 in funding last week, but Rep. Bollin says the appropriation comes from federal dollars that cannot be spent on anything else.
Rep. Bollin says she has been listening to Livingston County residents about the 2020 state budget and its impact on her district.
Rep. Bollin talks about final passage of the state’s 2020 fiscal year budget Tuesday, saying it generates more than $73 million in savings and respects the tax dollar of Livingston County residents.
Rep. Bollin talks about House passage Thursday of the finalized state budget for public education in the fiscal year that starts October 1, saying it pumps more resources into Michigan classrooms.
Rep. Bollin, a member of the House Appropriations Committee, says work on the state’s 2020 budget continues at the Capitol this week, adding she wants the spending plan to reflect Livingston County priorities. The new fiscal year begins October 1.
Rep. Bollin talks about the townhall meeting she will hold this coming Wednesday, August 21, at the Genoa Township Hall on Door Road, on roads and transportation. Rep. Bollin’s special guest will be Rep. Jack O’Malley, the Chair of the House Transportation Committee.
Rep. Bollin talks about how she amended the 2020 Michigan Department of Transportation budget during House debate Thursday to include language for a study on the viability of toll roads in Michigan.