Rep. Kahle resolution declares June Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian introduced House Resolution 120 to declare this June as Alzheimer’s Awareness Month in the state of Michigan. The resolution encourages all residents to wear purple to help spread awareness of the challenges Alzheimer’s brings to families and communities and to encourage the Alzheimer’s Association’s vision of imagining a world…

Rep. Kahle announces June office hours

State Rep. Bronna Kahle invites Lenawee County residents to join her for local office hours on Friday, June 14. “I‘m excited for the opportunity to connect with the people in our community and hear what matters most to them,” Rep. Kahle said. “Anyone interested in discussing their state government is welcome to stop by. I look forward to listening to our neighbors,…

Rep. Bronna Kahle announces $45K redevelopment grant for Lenawee County village

State Rep. Bronna Kahle today announced $45,000 of state assistance has been awarded to the Village of Britton to test for potential soil or groundwater contamination at the site of a former grain elevator. “Protection and clean-up of our community’s environment and water sources is a top priority for me,” said Kahle, of Adrian. “I…

Rep. Kahle: Car insurance reforms guaranteeing savings for Michigan motorists now law

Changes in no-fault system will save drivers hundreds of dollars per year Car insurance reform strongly supported by Rep. Bronna Kahle was signed into state law today, guaranteeing significantly lower costs for all drivers in Michigan. The bipartisan reforms – approved by Kahle and the Legislature after weeks of thorough deliberation – give drivers more…

Rep. Kahle welcomes Addison students to Capitol

State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian was joined by fourth-grade students from Addison Elementary School at the state Capitol in May. “Everyone was engaged and attentive, I enjoy seeing young people take interest in their state government,” Rep. Kahle said. “It is always a pleasure to meet with students from Lenawee and I look forward…

Hot off the press: Kahle plan exempts press boxes from school heating requirements

Michigan schools could see cost savings under a plan authored by state Rep. Bronna Kahle exempting outside viewing areas, such as athletic field press boxes, from unnecessary heating requirements. Kahle, of Adrian, today testified before the House Regulatory Reform Committee in support of her legislation removing the state construction code requirement that outdoor sporting event…

Rep. Kahle votes to protect Michigan youth from dangers of e-cigarettes

State Rep. Bronna Kahle this week voted in favor of a plan to ban the sale of e-cigarettes to minors and prevent individuals under 18 from possessing vaping products in Michigan. Kahle, of Adrian, said the number of teenagers who use e-cigarettes has increased dramatically over the past few years, prompting parents, teachers and law…

Rep. Kahle announces May office hours

State Rep. Bronna Kahle invites Lenawee County residents to join her for local office hours. “I enjoy connecting with people in the community and hearing what matters most to them,” Rep. Kahle said. “I look forward to listening to my neighbors, addressing their concerns and continuing to work toward solutions for everyone here in Lenawee…

Rep. Kahle unveils district photo contest winners in Lansing

State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian this week hosted the winners of her “Living in Lenawee” photo contest at her Lansing office. “I always enjoy having visitors from Lenawee County join me at our state Capitol,” Kahle said. “This was a wonderful opportunity to showcase the beautiful region we all call home and recognize the…

Rep. Kahle’s plan helps protect newborns and women in Michigan

State Rep. Bronna Kahle today introduced a bipartisan plan to protect women and their children by allowing for the installation of newborn safety devices in Michigan hospitals. Since 2001, Michigan’s Safe Delivery of Newborns Law has allowed parents to surrender their newborns to hospitals, as well as police and fire stations, instead of endangering their…