PHOTO INFORMATION: State Reps. Jeff Noble and Jim Runestad testify in the House Transportation Committee on House Bills 5542 and 6011. HB 5542 (Runestad) proposed to eliminate the unnecessary requirement for law enforcement officers to take onsite ticket payments from out-of-state motorists. HB 6011 (Noble) would enter Michigan into the Driver License Interstate Compact, an…
State Rep. Jim Runestad addresses the House chamber during session.
State Reps. Jim Runestad and Gary Glenn testify in the House Judiciary committee on civil asset forfeiture.
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jim Runestad today welcomed students from St. Patrick Catholic School to Lansing. Thirty-four students toured the Capitol and had the opportunity to visit the representative during their class field trip.
State Rep. Jim Runestad today welcomed students from Kurtz Elementary School to Lansing. Twenty-six students toured the Capitol and had the opportunity to visit the representative during their class field trip. Rep. Runestad will be visiting Kurtz Elementary in Milford on Friday, March 16 to read to students and celebrate March is Reading Month.
State Rep. Jim Runestad and Senator Wayne Schmidt enter the House of Representatives for the Governor’s annual State of the State address in January.
State Rep. Jim Runestad welcomed Lakeland High School students and their teacher Scott Rolando to Lansing on Wednesday. Thirty seniors from White Lake toured the Capitol and had the opportunity to visit with Rep. Runestad in his office.
State Rep. Jim Runestad welcomed church leaders from across the state to Lansing for American Middle East Christian Day on Wednesday. Reverends of various Middle Eastern Christian denominations joined Rep. Runestad on the House floor.
State Rep. Jim Runestad of White Lake, at right, welcomed Fathers Edward Hanna of Sts. Peter and Paul Syriac Orthodox church, from right, and Mina Essak of St. Mina Coptic Orthodox church to deliver Wednesday’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. Hanna and Essak were invited by Rep. Runestad to participate in American Middle…
State Rep. Jim Runestad signed the Wounded Warriors Family Support’s High Five Tour car on Sept. 28. The High Five Tour is a 48-state road trip across America thanking our country’s military families. Donations were raised onsite to help build the Corporal Jason Dunham Traumatic Brain Injury Facility for combat-wounded veterans.
State Rep. Jim Runestad, R-White Lake, welcomed Lt. Michael Lauridsen of the Milford Police Department to the Michigan state Capitol for the annual 9/11 Memorial Ceremony hosted by the Michigan House of Representatives.
State Rep. Jim Runestad joins House Speaker Tom Leonard on the House floor for the swearing in of Milford resident Thomas Llewellyn as delegate to the Balanced Budget Amendment (BBA) Planning Convention of States. The event, comprised of delegates selected by each state legislature, will be held in Phoenix later this month.