Three Macomb County judges join Rep. Lucido to support amendment

State Rep. Peter Lucido of Shelby Township was joined by Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Carl Marlinga, Macomb County Circuit Court Judge Mark Switalski, and 42nd District Court Judge Denis LeDuc to speak in support of House Joint Resolution G on Tuesday. A letter was also submitted from 41-B District Court Judge Linda Davis in…

Rep. Lucido testifies on bill which will allow electronic proof of car registration

State Rep. Peter Lucido of Shelby Township testified before the House Insurance Committee today in support of his legislation to allow for electronic proof of registration. If approved, his bill would allow vehicle drivers to share either paper or electronic proof of annual registration from the Michigan Secretary of State during interactions with law enforcement…

Rep. Lucido bill seeks additional civil asset forfeiture reform

Legislation would catalog property until a conviction Legislation submitted today by state Rep. Peter Lucido of Shelby Township would require a criminal conviction before the process of civil asset forfeiture could begin. As written, the bill would require law enforcement agencies to catalog the property suspected of being related to criminal activity and, once a…

Rep. Lucido welcomes Romeo HS government students to Capitol

Rep. Peter Lucido, of Shelby Township, welcomed 63 guests to the Capitol today as he hosted Romeo High School’s Advanced Placement Government program. Lucido gave a brief history lesson and explained his day-to-day responsibilities on the House floor prior to today’s session, ‘talking shop’ with teacher Lori Ferrington and the entire class. “It’s always great…

Rep. Lucido: Great government should be transparent

State Rep. Peter Lucido made the following statement today, following the introduction of an 11-bill legislation package which improves governmental transparency by opening the governor and lieutenant governor to provisions in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) as well as creating a disclosure system for the House and Senate called the Legislative Open Records Act…

Rep. Lucido pleased to be vice chair of Law and Justice

State Rep. Peter Lucido today announced he has been named to four House of Representatives committees, including serving as vice chair of Law and Justice. Lucido, of Shelby Township, was on the committee during the 20115-16 session when it was called the House Criminal Justice Committee. “Law and Justice – everybody knows that’s what I’m…

Former U.S. Rep. Miller joins Rep. Lucido for State speech

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Peter Lucido, R- Shelby Township, was joined by Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller as his guest for tonight’s State of the State address by Gov. Rick Snyder at the Capitol. Miller was elected as Public Works Commissioner in November 2016, following a sterling career which included seven terms in…

Firearm carry legislation among 12 bills submitted by Rep. Lucido

State Rep. Peter Lucido quickly started off the new 2017-18 session in the House of Representatives, submitting a four-bill package relating to “Constitutional Carry” among 12 bills of legislation during the term’s first day. The “Constitutional Carry” package will eliminate the permit requirement for carrying a concealed weapon, allow for possession and transportation of firearms,…

Rep. Lucido takes oath, renews commitment to 36th District

State Rep. Peter Lucido was sworn in as representative of the 36th District today, reciting the oath of office from fellow Macomb County native and Michigan Supreme Court Justice David Viviano during a House floor ceremony. Joining Rep. Lucido was his wife, Ann Marie. “This morning it was truly an honor and privilege to be…

Rep. Lucido schedules office hours for 36th District

State Rep. Peter J. Lucido, R-Shelby Township, will host six in-district office hours over the next three months to meet with residents of the 36th House District. “My primary responsibility is representing the residents of my home district in Lansing,” said Rep. Lucido. “These in-district hours at the Shelby Township and Washington Township senior centers…

Rep. Lucido civil asset forfeiture reform bill signed into law

Reforms continue to the state’s civil asset forfeiture laws as legislation authored by Rep. Peter Lucido was signed into law by Gov. Rick Snyder today. House Bill 4629, now Public Act 418 of 2016, removes the requirement that property owners must post a 10 percent bond – not less than $250 or more than $5,000…