Rep. Vaupel says the 2016 State of the State Address focuses the state on where it needs to go in the year ahead.
Rep. Vaupel looks ahead to Tuesday’s State of the State and says he hopes there will be a focus on connecting careers and people.
Rep. Vaupel looks back on his first year in the Michigan House and says that constituent service has been a priority.
Rep. Vaupel talks about the contest for the cover of the 2016 State of the State program. Students in grades K-12 can enter by sending original artwork of 8.5″ by 5.5″ by January 3 to his office.
Rep. Hank Vaupel, R-Fowlerville; audio on House passage of veterinarian continuing education requirements
Rep. Vaupel, a veterinarian for more than 40 years, talks about House passage of HB 4408, which requires 15 annual hours of continuing education for the ongoing licensure of veterinarians and vet technicians. Michigan is the only state without continuing education standards, which Rep. Vaupel says become even more important in today’s world where veterinarians are often…
Rep. Vaupel, a U.S. Army veteran, talks about the Michigan Veteran Resource Service Center and how it can provide assistance and information to the state’s veteran population.
Rep. Vaupel talks about the young winners of his Summer 2015 Reading Contest.
Rep. Vaupel talks about Thursday’s September 11 commemoration at the state Capitol Thursday that honored local first responders from around Michigan.
Rep. Vaupel talks about next week’s Fowlerville Fair and the impact of the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development’s ban on waterfowl and poultry exhibits this summer.
Rep. Vaupel talks about the summer reading contest he is holding for students in first through fifth grades. Special bookmarks were left at schools and are available at local libraries. Readers who have finished 10 books can drop off the completed bookmarks in the contest drop box at their local library. There is no limit…
Rep. Vaupel talks about how road reforms will play out in the state House over the next few weeks.
Rep. Vaupel says the House Republican policy plan for 2015-2016 unveiled Thursday spells good news for Livingston County veterans and agriculture.