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Help Rep. LaFontaine repeal outdated Michigan laws
Most laws on the books have very important roles today, but there are a handful of criminal laws that are simply foolish at this point. Submit your ideas here to help us get rid of useless regulations.
–Rep. Andrea LaFontaine
State Rep. Andrea LaFontaine was first elected in November 2010 to the Michigan House and represents residents in portions of Macomb and St. Clair Counties including the cities of New Baltimore and portions of the cities of Memphis and Richmond, as well as the townships of Chesterfield, Casco, Columbus, Ira, Kenockee, Kimball, Riley and Wales.
LaFontaine chairs the House Committee on Natural Resources and is a member of the committees on Insurance, Energy Policy, Government Operations and Financial Liability Reform.
LaFontaine graduated from Richmond High School and then attended Central Michigan University where she earned a bachelor’s degree with concentrations in political science, legal studies and leadership studies. In the fall of 2011, LaFontaine earned her master’s degree in public administration from Central Michigan University.
LaFontaine has served as a legislative assistant and worked for nearly a decade at a local business in downtown Richmond.
LaFontaine was raised in New Baltimore and Richmond, and now resides in Columbus Twp. She enjoys spending time in Michigan’s great outdoors, particularly fishing and boating on Lake St. Clair, Bluff Lake and around Tawas Bay. She is a member of the NRA, the National Wild Turkey Federation, MCRGO, and volunteers time working on home construction with Habitat for Humanity and participating in cleanup of local waterways.
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