Rep. Crawford declares May 11 as Older Michiganians Day

State Rep. Kathy Crawford, R-Novi, today introduced House Resolution 291 to declare May 11, 2016, as Older Michiganians Day in the state of Michigan.  “As a longtime advocate of senior citizen’s rights I am privileged to introduce this resolution today,” said Rep. Kathy Crawford. “Over 1.9 million Michiganians age 60 and over deserve our utmost…

Rep. Crawford joins governor at first bill signing

Oakland County lawmaker requires continuing education for veterinarians State Rep. Kathy Crawford, R-Novi, joined Gov. Rick Snyder today for her first public bill signing. The governor approved Rep. Crawford’s House Bill 4408, now Public Act 47 of 2016, which will establish continuing education requirements for veterinarians and veterinary technicians as a condition for license renewal….

Rep. Crawford and Sen. Kowall welcome Novi state champs to Capitol

State Rep. Kathy Crawford, R-Novi, joined Majority Floor Leader Senator Mike Kowall, R-White Lake, to welcome the Novi High School boys tennis team and Novi High School girls volleyball team to the Capitol yesterday. Both Novi teams are Michigan High School Class “A” 2015 state champions. The athletic director, Brian Gordon, Tennis Coach Dan Lowes…

Rep. Crawford encourages youngsters to hit the books during March is Reading Month

State Rep. Kathy Crawford, R-Novi, is encouraging Michigan youth to get involved in March is Reading Month. Rep. Crawford will be visiting local schools within the 38th House District to read aloud to students throughout the month of March. “Reading is a fundamental skill that changes children’s lives forever,” Rep. Crawford said.  “Reading is everlasting,…

Rep. Crawford cancels upcoming office hours due to winter storm

State Rep. Kathy Crawford, R-Novi, is cancelling her Thursday, Feb. 25 office hours due to the severe winter weather underway in Oakland County and across the state. Rep. Crawford’s evening office hours were scheduled at Bigby Coffee in Lyon Charter Township. “The safety of my constituents is of the upmost importance to me and I…

Michigan veterinarians would have continuing education requirements under House bill

Crawford: Legislation extremely important to state’s health State Rep. Kathy Crawford today testified in the Senate Agriculture Committee on her bill which would require continuing education for veterinary professionals. House Bill 4408, would establish continuing education requirements for veterinarians and veterinary technicians as a condition for license renewal.  “This legislation is extremely important to the…

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Rep. Kathy Crawford invites local residents to November coffee hours

Residents of the 38th House District are invited to attend coffee hours with state Rep. Kathy Crawford this November. Coffee hours will take place on Thursday, Nov. 12 from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Walled Lake City Library, located at 1499 E. West Maple Road. “I always look forward to meeting with residents from…

Rep. Crawford welcomes ‘Rep. for a Day’ contest winners to the Capitol

Sayre Elementary students take oaths as ‘Junior Representatives’ State Rep. Kathy Crawford today hosted two very special guests in Lansing when Tristan and Avery Kraemer of South Lyon joined the lawmaker as “Representatives for a Day.” The siblings were selected as winners of Rep. Crawford’s summer reading contest. The reading contest—which took place between May…

Rep. Crawford’s resolution names June 2 as Older Michiganian’s Day

Legislator one of the key note speakers at Older Americans Capitol event State Rep. Kathy Crawford introduced a resolution that named June 2 as Older Michiganian’s Day in conjunction with Older Americans Day across the country. “As a life-long advocate for older Americans, I am thrilled to be able to recognize Michigan’s older adults immense…

House Republicans unveil new roads plans

Oakland County Reps weigh in on proposal The House Republican Caucus today unveiled a simple roads plan that will create a long-term fix for Michigan roads and bridges. The plan focuses on using existing dollars and reprioritizing restricted funds. Unlike the ballot proposal put before the voters, the House Republican plan only contains funding pertinent…

Crawford invites local pastor to deliver House invocation

Mark Kaminski, a pastor at Oakpointe Church in Novi, delivers the invocation to the state House of Representatives before today’s legislative session at the Michigan Capitol. Pastor Kaminski, a Novi High and MSU graduate, was the special guest of state Rep. Kathy Crawford, R-Novi, right.