Rep. Mueller fights to keep funding for Genesee County public safety initiative

Corrections budget moves forward with Mueller’s amendment A crucial initiative to prevent overcrowding in the Genesee County Jail has been retained in the Michigan House budget, thanks to a measure sponsored by state Rep. Mike Mueller of Linden. The corrections budget approved by the House Appropriations Committee would have eliminated funding for the Genesee County…

Rep. Mueller invites residents to road funding town hall

State Rep. Mike Mueller of Linden will host a town hall meeting with special guest Rep. Jack O’Malley of Lake Ann on Tuesday, June 25 to discuss road funding in Michigan. “When it comes to fixing our roads, I am passionate about pursuing innovative ideas,” Rep. Mueller said. “Any Michigan driver knows there is a…

Rep. Mueller votes to send impactful no-fault reforms to governor’s desk

Plan featuring choice, key coverage protections sees bipartisan support State Rep. Mike Mueller, of Linden, joined his House colleagues today in giving legislative approval to a proposal that brings lower car insurance prices to residents and families in Genesee and Oakland counties. The plan guarantees lower rates for all drivers in Michigan, mending the state’s…

Rep. Mueller announces monthly Outstanding Business Award

State Rep. Mike Mueller is seeking nominations of local job providers who go above and beyond for the community as part of his monthly Outstanding Business Award. Residents of the 51st House District can nominate a small business owner who has made a difference in their lives or supports the community, and each month, one…

Rep. Mueller welcomes new challenge

Today, state Rep. Mike Mueller of Linden expressed his excitement to get to work on the recently created Michigan Joint Task Force on Jail and Pretrial Incarceration. The representative was appointed by Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield to the task force, created through Executive Order 2019-10 to evaluate Michigan’s justice system and identify best…

Rep. Mueller schedules local office hours

State Rep. Mike Mueller of Linden will host district office hours on Friday, May 24 to meet with local residents of the 51st District. “I believe it is important to prioritize accessibility,” Rep. Mueller said. “As your voice in Lansing, I want to know your thoughts and questions. I hope you will take advantage of…

Rep. Mueller votes for lower car insurance rates for Michigan drivers

State Rep. Mike Mueller today cast a historic and vital vote to bring lower car insurance prices to residents and families in Genesee and Oakland counties, joining House legislators in approving a bipartisan plan to reform Michigan’s broken no-fault system. The House plan guarantees lower rates for all drivers in Michigan, reducing what currently is…

COLUMN: We must explore new innovations for building better roads in Michigan

It is no secret our roads need to be fixed, and I believe it is time we begin exploring innovative solutions that will be beneficial to Michigan drivers for the long term.  Michigan has an opportunity to launch itself into the forefront as the state with fiscally responsible and environmentally friendly solutions to its’ crumbling…

Rep. Mueller welcomes local church group to Lansing

  PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Mike Mueller of Linden welcomed Senior Pastor Chris Yager (right front) and members of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Swartz Creek to his Lansing office on Tuesday. The group met with the representative to pray and offer words of encouragement. The meeting was part of 121 Capitol Connection, an effort by…

Rep. Mueller votes to help combat Michigan psych worker shortage

Retired psych employees returning to work will keep pensions State Rep. Mike Mueller has voted in support of a House plan to combat the ongoing shortage of behavioral health workers in Michigan. The issue was brought to the Legislature’s attention last term during the House C.A.R.E.S. Task Force statewide tour, which aimed to find ways…

Rep. Mueller backs plan offering more protection for first responders

State Rep. Mike Mueller has co-sponsored a plan to stiffen penalties for criminals who threaten or carry out targeted attacks on first responders and corrections officers in Michigan. Mueller, who recently retired after 19 years as a sheriff’s deputy, said attacks on law enforcement officers and other first responders have increased over the past few…

Rep. Mueller helping Southeast Michigan families

By state Rep. Mike Mueller Before I became your representative in the Michigan House, I served as a sheriff’s deputy. Those 19 years on patrol gave me a valuable perspective as I work on behalf of the Genesee-Oakland region at the state Capitol. Top priorities for this 2019-20 legislative session include reducing the cost of…