Rep. Bronna Kahle, R-Adrian; audio on introduction of package helping survivors of human trafficking
Rep. Kahle speaks at the state Capitol Thursday as she announces the introduction of a bi-partisan, 24-bill package of legislation geared toward helping survivors of human trafficking.
Rep. Kahle says she is pleased to hear the Governor has proposed restoring partial funding to the Pure Michigan program, saying it benefits local and family businesses throughout Michigan.
Rep. Kahle talks about final legislative passage Thursday of the state’s K-12 school budget for the fiscal year starting October 1. The budget now goes to the desk of the Governor.
Rep. Bronna Kahle talks about the 9/11 commemoration at the state Capitol Wednesday, and her guests, Lenawee County Undersheriff Jeff Ewald and Clinton Police Chief Tony Cuevas.
Rep. Kahle talks about her community panel discussion on vaping, set for the evening of Tuesday, August 27 at the Adrian Library from 6:00 to 7:30.
Rep. Kahle talks about April as Autism Awareness Month in Michigan and her guests at the Capitol Wednesday, Dave and Melissa Archer, the creators of Jasmynn’s Voice, which provides tablets to individuals and families living with autism.
Rep. Kahle talks about House passage Wednesday of her House Resolution 58, which designates April as Child Abuse Prevention Month in Michigan, and her guest at the Capitol Wednesday, Amanda Davis Scott, the Director of the Lenawee County Child Advocacy Center.
Rep. Kahle talks about Tuesday’s State of the State Address, saying she wants to see the state focus even more on public education. Rep. Kahle’s guest for the speech was Jonathan Tobar, from the Hillsdale Intermediate School District and the President of the Michigan Association of Bilingual Education.
Rep. Kahle talks about final House passage Thursday of her HB 5678, which maintains the ability of hospice organizations to attend to the intense and immediate medical needs of patients during end of life hospice care; that ability had been inadvertently jeopardized by the state’s new opioid laws.
Rep. Kahle talks about House passage Thursday of a two-bill package that creates the crime of cyberbullying in Michigan, essentially mirroring the state’s stalking laws, and provides for penalties of up to a year in jail for misdemeanor convictions and as many as ten years in prison for cases resulting in death. t
Rep. Kahle talks about Tuesday’s signing of an extra $175 million emergency appropriation for 2018 road work in Michigan, saying a consistent message she has heard in her district is that extra money is needed for road repairs this year.
Rep. Kahle talks about House passage Wednesday of a supplemental bill budget allocating an additional $175 million in 2018 road funding from lapsed money from the last budget cycle.