Rep. Wozniak announces local conversation hours

State Rep. Doug Wozniak announced his next set of local conversation hours to be held July 19 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Washington Grill, 64400 Van Dyke Road in Washington Township. “Meeting regularly with constituents helps me better represent our community in Lansing,” Wozniak said. “I encourage anyone with thoughts or concerns to…

Rep. Wozniak announces summer reading contest for area students

State Rep. Doug Wozniak announced today he is partnering with several local libraries on a summer reading contest for local elementary school students. Children are encouraged to read as many books as they can through August. Students or parents should record the titles of books read along with the number of pages on a bookmark…

Rep. Wozniak: Leaving no stone unturned on no-fault reform

Lawmaker targets unlimited PIP option under introduced legislation In an effort to promote best-in-the-nation no-fault car insurance benefits, state Rep. Doug Wozniak today introduced bipartisan legislation making the unlimited personal injury protection (PIP) coverage option more affordable and attractive to Michigan drivers. Under the proposal, insurers will be able to offer options with higher deductibles…

Rep. Wozniak: House-approved budget plan delivering value to Macomb County without hiking taxes

Savings, efficiencies hold government accountable State Rep. Doug Wozniak this week supported record funding for road repairs and schools, as well as investments to protect drinking water and enhance senior care services across Michigan – without raising taxes. “Just as Macomb County households operate within a budget, state government should also operate within a budget,”…

Rep. Wozniak: Car insurance reforms will bring significant savings for Macomb County motorists

Historic no-fault overhaul signed into Michigan law State Rep. Doug Wozniak today noted historic car insurance reforms have been signed into Michigan law, guaranteeing lower rates for drivers in Macomb County. The bipartisan reforms – approved earlier by Wozniak and the Legislature – give drivers more choice on personal injury protection (PIP) coverage, maintain the…

Rep. Wozniak votes to deliver guaranteed savings to Macomb County drivers

House approves long-overdue bipartisan no-fault solution State Rep. Doug Wozniak of Shelby Township today joined House colleagues in approving a bipartisan plan to deliver guaranteed rate relief for drivers across the state. The House overwhelmingly voted to approve legislation guaranteeing lower rates by giving drivers more choice on personal injury protection (PIP) coverage, stopping price…

Rep. Wozniak reminds Macomb County residents of new firework laws

As Memorial Day nears and the start of the summer holiday season begins, state Rep. Doug Wozniak today reminds Macomb County residents of new state firework laws. “There are recent changes in state law that affect when Michigan families can celebrate with fireworks starting Memorial Day weekend,” said Wozniak, of Shelby Township. “It’s important people…

Rep. Wozniak continues fight to protect the unborn in Michigan

State Rep. Douglas Wozniak, with his Michigan House colleagues, today approved a plan to protect a mother and child from a dismemberment abortion. A dismemberment abortion, or “dilation and evacuation” (D&E), is an abortion in which a health care worker intentionally uses an instrument, device, or object to dismember a living fetus out of a…

Rep. Wozniak: No-fault plan is complex, but it’s a great start to meaningful reform

State Rep. Doug Wozniak of Shelby Township today issued the following statement in response to the Michigan House approving no-fault auto insurance reform: “The House-approved no-fault reform plan is not perfect but it is a great first step in leading the way to a better Michigan. Lowering car insurance rates for all Michigan drivers may…

State Rep. Wozniak: Need for federal guidelines on PFAS more important than ever

State Rep. Douglas Wozniak reacted to recent reports that Michigan leads the nation in PFAS contamination sites, saying the reports highlights the diligence of the state’s investigation efforts as well as the pressing need for science-based guidance at the federal level. “While we have led the nation in investigating and contain courses of PFAS contamination,…

House overwhelmingly approves Rep. Wozniak’s plan to ‘Raise the Age’

Legislation ends policy requiring 17-year-olds to be treated as adults in court State Rep. Doug Wozniak’s plan to end the policy requiring all 17-year-olds to be treated as adults in Michigan’s criminal justice system today was overwhelmingly approved by the Michigan House. Wozniak, who sponsored the plan alongside a bipartisan group of his colleagues, said…