Rep. Kahle comments on Thursday’s House passage of legislation retaining and increasing the state personal income tax exemption while providing additional relief for seniors.
Rep. Kahle says the Governor’s final State of the State address finds Michigan in a better fiscal position than it was in 2011.
Rep. Kahle, the sponsor of a 2017 law that moved to start treating individuals trapped in human trafficking as victims under Michigan code, rather than criminals, talks about Thursday, January 11 as Human Trafficking Awareness Day and says human trafficking remains a problem close to home.
Rep. Kahle talks about Wednesday’s House passage of a bipartisan package of legislation making information and instruction in career technical education and skilled trades training more accessible to Michigan students.
Rep. Kahle talks about testimony in the House Workforce and Talent Development Committee Tuesday morning on her legislation allowing schools to hire professional trade instructors to teach classes that align with their professional expertise. Rep. Kahle was joined for the testimony by Lenawee Intermediate School District Superintendent Mark Haag and Director of Staff Resources Daniel Garno….
Rep. Kahle talks about the introduction Wednesday of a bi-partisan, five-bill package of legislation, including a bill she is sponsoring, designed to expand the instruction of skilled trades to help develop professional skills. This legislation will provide Michigan’s students with career exploration and essential skills to bolster each student’s education and success after graduation.
Rep. Kahle talks about the bipartisan, multi-bill package of legislation targeting female genital mutilation in Michigan that took effect Monday, saying its key provision is the protection of kids.
Rep. Kahle talks about the introduction Thursday of legislation to roll back auto insurance rates and to reform the state’s no-fault system.
Rep. Kahle talks about the signing into law of HB 4892, which provides a one-time solution for several communities across Michigan, including Tecumseh in her own district, dealing with a mix-up over the filing deadline for candidates seeking local office. A state law passed in 2014 requires nominating petitions for candidates to be filed at least 15…
Rep. Kahle talks about her two honored guests at Thursday’s September 11th commemorations at the state Capitol.
Rep. Bronna Kahle, R-Clinton; audio on House passage of legislation modifying nominating petition filing deadline
Rep. Kahle talks about House passage Wednesday of HB 4892, which allows a city clerk to adjust the deadline for nominating petitions for odd year general elections if a city clerk publishes the incorrect date for the filing of the petitions. Tecumseh, in Rep. Kahle’s Lenawee County district, is one of four communities in Michigan…
Rep. Kahle talks about record funding for public schools in the 2017-2018 school year and says every school system in her Lenawee County district will see an increase in its per-pupil state grant.