House Insurance Committee Chair Lana Theis, the sponsor of legislation to reform Michigan’s no-fault auto insurance system, talks about the plan moving out of committee Thursday morning and on to the full House, a move she says is significant.
Rep. Theis, the Chair of the House Insurance Committee and the sponsor of HB 5013 to reform the state’s no-fault insurance system, testifies before the Committee Tuesday morning on her legislation, at the start of a day of testimony on the plan.
House Insurance Committee Chair Lana Theis talks about the bipartisan auto insurance reform plan unveiled on Tuesday, saying Michigan residents are paying too much and that she hopes to quickly get started debating the legislation in her committee.
House Insurance Committee Chair Lana Theis talks about an auto insurance townhall meeting she participated in earlier this week in west Michigan.
Rep. Theis talks about her appointment Thursday as Chair of the House Insurance Committee, saying that insurance touches the lives of everyone and is a significant source of jobs in Livingston County.
Rep. Theis talks about the Detroit Schools package approved by the House early Thursday and how staying out of bankruptcy avoids financial issues for every Michigan school district.
In this edition of the Capitol Report, Rep. Theis talks about passage of the state’s 2017 Fiscal Year budget and its impact on state spending, and the completion of the Detroit Public Schools package.
Rep. Theis talks about her vote in favor of the legislative package reforming the public school system in Detroit.
In her regular report from the state Capitol, Rep. Theis discusses civil service reform, operations of the Grand Rapids Veterans Home, legislation affecting auto repairs and constituent outreach in her district.
Rep. Theis talks about legislation before her in the House Oversight and Ethics Committee Thursday that would expand the Freedom of Information Act to include the Governor’s office, while creating a new Legislative Open Records Act to provide FOIA-like transparency to the Legislature. The bills were not voted out on Thursday, and Rep. Theis says she…
In this edition of the Capitol Report, Rep. Theis talks about juvenile justice reform legislation and why she has reservations about it, as well as legislation that would provide more transparency to the Governor’s office and the Legislature.
On this week’s edition of the Capitol Report, Rep. Theis talks about the Statement and Guidance on Safe and Supportive Learning Environments for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning Students being considered by the Michigan Board of Education.