Rep. Lucido: ‘It’s time for the MCCA to open the books’

State Rep. Peter Lucido on Wednesday introduced a plan requiring the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA) to disclose premium calculation information to the public. Under Lucido’s measure, the MCCA – which reimburses no-fault auto insurers for medical costs in excess of $555,000 per claim – would have within 15 days after calculating premium changes to…

House approves Rep. Lucido’s bill allowing parents to better protect their children

The Michigan House today approved state Rep. Peter Lucido’s legislation allowing parents, foster parents and guardians to better protect their families by legally allowing them to monitor their children’s phone conversations and electronic devices. Under current law, it is illegal to overhear, record, amplify, or transmit private conversations without the permission of everyone involved, regardless…

Rep. Lucido to host benefit expo

State Rep. Peter Lucido of Shelby Township will host his third annual Salute to Seniors and Veterans on Monday, May 14. All local veterans and seniors are invited to attend this free event. Industry professionals and exhibitors from healthcare agencies, hospitals, and veterans groups will be available to answer questions on Social Security, insurance, tax…

Rep. Lucido to host coffee hours

State Rep. Peter Lucido of Shelby Township continues “Coffee and Conversation with Pete” this month. Coffee hours give residents the opportunity to share thoughts or ask questions related to state government and connect directly with their state representative. For convenience, Rep. Lucido holds morning and evening coffee hours each month to be available for residents…

Rep. Lucido reads to local classrooms

PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Peter Lucido reads to a group of students at Monfort Elementary School. State Rep. Peter Lucido of Shelby Township continued his March is Reading Month tour reading to students at Duncan, Monfort, Amanda Moore, Beacon Tree and Morgan elementary schools and Krambrooke Children’s Center. “Reading is a great way for students to…

Rep. Lucido hosts over 200 people at town hall

State Rep. Peter Lucido listened to local residents share their thoughts on issues concerning Utica Community Schools at a town hall meeting held Tuesday, March 27. He was joined by state Reps. Diana Farrington, Pamela Hornberger, Jeff Yaroch and staff from Rep. Steve Marino’s office. “It was a great turnout with many good ideas from…

Rep. Lucido to host town hall

WHAT: Town hall meeting on Utica Community Schools.   WHO:     State Rep. Peter Lucido. WHERE: The Palazzo Grande, 54660 Van Dyke Ave. in Shelby Township.   WHEN: Tuesday, March 27 at 7 p.m.; doors open at 6 p.m.   WHY:     To discuss issues relevant to Utica Community Schools and hear thoughts…

Rep. Lucido’s cyberbullying bills clear state House

The state House voted today to make cyberbullying a crime in Michigan by approving two bills sponsored by Rep. Peter Lucido. “This legislation finally establishes a crime for terrible behavior that is not limited by physical boundaries,” said Lucido, of Shelby Township. “Online intimidation absolutely must be dealt with because if these threatening statements were…

Rep. Lucido votes to improve career opportunities through high school internships

State Rep. Peter Lucido today voted to expand educational options for high school students by earning course credit with completion of an internship or work study program. “This is the perfect opportunity for high school students to explore if a career they have an interest in is the right fit,” said Lucido, of Shelby Township….

Rep. Lucido vehicle storage bill aims to protect locals in the towing business

The Michigan House today approved a bill sponsored by state Rep. Peter Lucido that prohibits local government or law enforcement from enacting new contracts for towing or motor vehicle storage facilities. “It’s proving to be unfruitful for anybody currently in or looking to get into the towing business because of the danger of a municipality…

Lucido legislation signed into law to protect falsely accused

Law requires all arrest, ID data be expunged when charges dropped State Rep. Peter Lucido’s three bills to protect falsely accused individuals was signed into law this week. “The phrase ‘innocent until proven guilty’ is the foundation of our country’s court system and I’m pleased that will be the law in Michigan,” said Lucido, of…

Rep. Lucido to host town hall meeting

State Rep. Peter Lucido will host a town hall meeting on Tuesday, March 27, 2018, to discuss topics related to Utica Community Schools. “I am honored to work with my colleagues as we address the vital issues facing our local schools,” Rep. Lucido said. “We want to hear your thoughts and questions, so I hope…