Rep. Bollin: Residents deserve full transparency from state government

Plan extends open record requirements to governor, Legislature State Rep. Ann Bollin today voted to approve a bipartisan plan to make state government more accountable to the people of Michigan. The House unanimously approved the multi-bill proposal. Bollin, of Brighton Township, said Michigan is one of just two states that still exempts its governor and…

Rep. Bollin, Michigan House: Cheers to 100 years of the American Legion

Legislature celebrates historic milestone The Michigan House of Representatives today approved a commemorative resolution authored by state Rep. Ann Bollin, paying tribute to the 100th anniversary of the American Legion. In March 1919, after a group of American World War I soldiers gathered in France to discuss how to bring their service to their country…

Rep. Bollin issues statement on governor’s budget proposal

State Rep. Ann Bollin issued the following statement after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced her state budget proposal: “I appreciated hearing the governor’s budget presentation and agree we have a big job ahead of us.  The governor laid out her solutions to major issues plaguing our great state – however most of them come with a…

Theis, Vaupel and Bollin question Supreme Court decision to suspend Brennan with pay

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Lana Theis, Rep. Hank Vaupel and Rep. Ann Bollin issued the following statements on Thursday after the Michigan Supreme Court announced the immediate suspension of Judge Theresa Brennan without also suspending her pay. “I appreciate the state Supreme Court has chosen to suspend Theresa Brennan,” said Theis, R-Brighton. “Suspending Brennan…

Rep. Bollin applauds House Republican Action Plan

State Rep. Ann Bollin, of Brighton Township, joined colleagues today to unveil the 2019-20 Michigan House Republican Action Plan, titled “Leading the Way for an Even Better Michigan.” The policy plan highlights the key areas to focus on for the current legislative term and will build on recent successes to create an even better Michigan…

Rep. Bollin to host local coffee hours

State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township will host district coffee hours on Monday, Feb. 25 to meet with local residents of the 42nd District. “Thank you to everyone who attended my first round of coffee hours,” Rep. Bollin said. “I appreciate your thoughts and ideas, and look forward to hearing from even more of…

Rep. Bollin on State of the State: Governor points out Michigan’s challenges

State Rep. Ann Bollin, of Brighton Township, issued the following statement after the governor’s State of the State address: “It was a pleasure to hear Governor Whitmer’s State of the State address.  She talked about Michigan’s greatest challenges. I couldn’t agree more with “fix the damn roads,” but let’s make sure this is accomplished in…

Livingston County legislators strongly support petition demanding Brennan suspension

State Sen. Lana Theis, Rep. Hank Vaupel and Rep. Ann Bollin on Tuesday again voiced their strong support for a second petition that was filed with the state Supreme Court by the Joint Tenure Commission requesting Judge Theresa Brennan be suspended without pay. A previous petition was denied Jan. 25. “Theresa Brennan has lost her…

Rep. Bollin reschedules local coffee hours

State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township postponed this evening’s district coffee hours due to an expected snow storm and record low temperatures. “I always want to hear from the people of the 42nd District,” Rep. Bollin said. “However, it is unfortunately necessary to postpone my coffee hours due to severe weather. I hope you…

Rep. Bollin to host local coffee hours

State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township will host district office hours on Monday, Jan. 28 to meet with local residents of the 42nd District. “As your voice in Lansing, I want to hear your thoughts and questions on state government,” Rep. Bollin said. “I am dedicated to accessibility and accountability, and this is a…

Rep. Bollin named vice chair of Michigan House Appropriations subcommittees

State Rep. Ann Bollin was appointed to serve on the House Appropriations Committee and will serve as the vice-chair of two Appropriations subcommittees. Speaker Lee Chatfield announced the appointments and Rep. Bollin will serve as vice-chair of the Agriculture and Rural Development and Higher Education and Community Colleges subcommittees. “Agriculture has always been and will…