Rep. Michael Webber, R-Rochester; audio on outdoor social drinking zones, cocktails to-go legislation
House Regulatory Reform Committee Chair Rep. Michael Webber talks about two separate bills he is spearheading with Rep. Sarah Anthony (D-Lansing) giving Michigan bars and restaurants a new source of economic support. The bills establish social drinking zones and allow cocktails-to-go and are working their way through the committee process.
Rep. Webber, the Vice Chair of the House Transportation Committee, says a legislative package signed into law in 2016 creating guidelines for autonomous vehicle operations and establishing the American Center for Mobility at Willow Run in state law, has already helped move Michigan forward as a center of technology and innovation. Rep. Webber adds that…
Rep. Mike Webber talks about his plan to let voters decide if the Michigan Legislature should be a part-time body.
Rep. Webber talks about his HJR A, which would put before Michigan voters a plan to make the Michigan Legislature a part-time body.
Rep. Webber talks about the debate over oil and gas exploration in Oakland County and discusses how early completion of the state budget helps Michigan’s public schools.
Rep. Webber talks about his focus on constituent service.
Rep. Webber, a member of the House Energy Committee, says the energy policy debate coming up in the House needs to focus on affordability and the necessity of making Michigan energy rates competitive with other states.
Rep. Webber talks about his legislation that would require a 1,000-foot buffer between homes and oil wells in counties with populations higher than 700,000.
Rep. Webber talks about his HB 4067, which would give municipalities more control for setting gravel road speed limits. A 2006 law increased speed limits from 25 mph to 55 mph.
On Tuesday’s edition of the Update, Rochester Hills state Representative Mike Webber talks about his HB 4067, legislation that will give municipalities more local control for setting gravel road speed limits.