Rep. Bollin: Long-overdue car insurance rate relief has arrived for Michigan drivers

Rollout of state’s new insurance reforms a major milestone State Rep. Ann Bollin said Michigan drivers will finally begin to see the benefits of the state’s car insurance reforms after the new law takes effect today. The new law guarantees lower rates by giving drivers more choice on personal injury protection coverage, stopping price gouging…

Rep. Bollin: Budget agreement protects funding for schools, local governments

Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township said funding for Michigan schools and local governments will be protected under a bipartisan budget deal reached this week between leaders in the Legislature and Gov. Whitmer’s administration. “While significant challenges remain, I am pleased to say this agreement protects funding for our students, and for the local governments…

Rep. Bollin fights to end dangerous COVID-19 nursing home policy

Legislator: Reckless policy endangering lives of state’s most vulnerable residents State Rep. Ann Bollin today stood up on behalf of the many vulnerable people in Michigan nursing homes whose lives have been put in danger because of a reckless COVID-19 policy put in place by the governor. Bollin, of Brighton Township, helped sponsor a resolution…

Rep. Bollin to join rally, calling on UIA’s response to COVID-19 pandemic

State Rep. Ann Bollin will join other state legislators and residents for a rally on the state Capitol lawn Tuesday to urge Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) to immediately help Michigan families. The UIA has been unable to help tens of thousands of laid-off workers receive the unemployment benefits they deserve, and the agency has…

Reps. Vaupel, Bollin urge residents to share their COVID-19 pandemic stories

State Reps. Hank Vaupel and Ann Bollin today announced a new website to allow the people of Michigan to share their experiences and struggles during the COVID-19 pandemic. MICovidStory.com is an accessible resource for concerned residents across the state. Michigan has now lost over 5,000 people to COVID-19, and executive orders and directives from Gov….