Rep. Kahle backs plan halting Governor’s cuts to local schools, Alzheimer’s care

State Rep. Bronna Kahle today voiced support for a series of proposals introduced by the House that would restore funding for critical state services, including a pilot program to boost care for Alzheimer’s patients and their families in Lenawee County. This program, along with nearly $1 billion worth of other priorities, was stripped from the…

Rep. Kahle responds to governor’s budget vetoes

Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian issued the following statement today in response to Gov. Whitmer’s budget vetoes: “The Legislature took great care to craft a state budget that works for everyone in Lenawee County and across Michigan. The budget I supported put more resources into schools, roads and programs to support our most vulnerable residents…

Rep. Kahle addresses domestic abuse survivors at Capitol rally

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which first began in 1981 by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence as a Day of Unity to connect battered women’s advocates across the country. State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian addressed victims and supporters at a domestic abuse survivor rally on the Capitol steps today, kicking off…

Rep. Kahle supports record investment in Lenawee County students

Rep. Bronna Kahle today voted in support of the Legislature’s plan to prepare students for success inside and outside the classroom with the largest schools investment in Michigan history. The plan provides a total of $15.2 billion for K-12 schools. Per-pupil funding would increase for every student in Michigan by $120 to $240 – a…

Rep. Kahle hosts Lenawee County first responders for Sept. 11 ceremony

State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian hosted first responders from Lenawee County on Wednesday for the Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the State Capitol. The observance memorializes Michigan first responders and military members who died in the line of duty during the past year. FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Clinton Police Chief Tony Cuevas, Lenawee County…

Rep. Kahle helps unveil bipartisan plan to improve Michigan’s expungement laws

Legislation improves public safety and gives reformed citizens access to better job opportunities A bipartisan plan announced today would expand Michigan’s expungement laws and give hundreds of thousands of residents with old, low-level criminal convictions the ability to start fresh, have expanded job opportunities, and become productive members of their communities. State Rep. Bronna Kahle…

Rep. Kahle welcomes local pastor to lead House invocation

State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian welcomed Rev. Dave McCarty to the state Capitol to lead Wednesday’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. McCarty serves as pastor of Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Britton. Joining them at the rostrum is Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield.

Rep. Kahle announces September office hours

State Rep. Bronna Kahle invites Lenawee County residents to join her for local office hours on Friday, September 13. “I am exceedingly grateful for the opportunity to connect with the people in our community, to hear their ideas and better understand their concerns,” Rep. Kahle said. “Your input is truly valued because it helps me better…

PFOS found near Deerfield Filtration Plant intake, but not in treated public drinking water

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) last night notified state legislators and local officials it has found evidence of possible PFOS contamination in surface water at the intake of the Deerfield Filtration Plant. Perfluorooctane sulfonic acids, or PFOS, can lead to adverse human health effects.   Laboratory results received on August…

Rep. Kahle town hall draws over 30 residents

On Tuesday evening, State Rep. Bronna Kahle hosted over 30 community members for an educational panel discussion on vaping and our youth. Joining her were special guests Sydney Papenhagen, Miss River Raisin Festival 2019; Superintendent Mark Haag, Lenawee ISD; Sherriff Troy Bevier, Lenawee County Sheriff’s Office; Martha Hall, Lenawee County Health Department; and Jackie Bradley,…