Rep. Lucido talks about his testimony Tuesday in the House Commerce and Trade Committee on his HB 4011, which would keep Michigan on Daylight Saving Time year-round and eliminate the twice-a-year time change. Rep. Lucido says he hears from people around Michigan about ending the time changes. The legislation remains under consideration by the committee….
Rep. Peter Lucido, R-Macomb County; audio on House passage of electronic vehicle registration legislation
Rep. Lucido talks about House passage Tuesday of his HB 4013, which allows drivers to share an electronic proof of registration during the course of a traffic stop. The legislation follows similar legislation enacted in 2016 that allows for electronic proof of vehicle insurance, and Rep. Lucido says electronic licenses are becoming more likely as well….
Rep. Lucido talks about his HB 4011, which provides for establishment of Eastern Standard Time as the time zone for the entire state of Michigan and the elimination of Daylight Savings Time in the state. Rep. Lucido says ending the twice-yearly time change will help make Michigan residents more productive and be better and safer…
Rep. Lucido talks about his HB 4014, which would give Michigan families a state tax credit equal to the amount they pay in school activity fees for sports, band or other extra-curricular programs.
Rep. Lucido talks about his new legislation that would keep Michigan on Standard Time year-round.
Rep. Lucido talks about his HB 4011, which would keep Michigan on Standard Time year-round.
Rep. Lucido talks about legislation he is working on this summer that would provide parents with a child in day care better access to the history of the provider and any records regarding health or safety violations.
Rep. Lucido talks about House passage Tuesday of his HB 4163, which would require high school students to pass a civics test similar to what is taken by immigrants who become naturalized U.S. citizens.
Rep. Lucido speaks on the House floor Wednesday prior to passage of his HB 4947, which defines “juvenile” in Michigan to mean a person who is less than 18 years of age, rather than the current standard of less than 17, and raises the age of a person (from 16 to 17) whose case must be…
Rep. Lucido talks about passage by the House Criminal Justice committee Tuesday of a package of legislation that raises the age of juvenile crimes from 17 to 18. Rep. Lucido says he thinks the legislation, which now moves to the state House, will have a long-term positive effect on crime in Michigan.
Rep. Lucido talks about the signing into law Tuesday of his HBs 4459 and 4460, that allows Michigan residents to voluntarily have emergency contact information encoded on the magnetic strip of their driver license and state ID.
Rep. Lucido talks about final House passage Wednesday of his two-bill package, HBs 4459 and 4460, that allows Michigan residents to voluntarily have emergency contact information encoded on the magnetic strip of their driver license and state ID. The bill now moves on to the Governor.