Rep. Iden talks about Tuesday’s State of the State Address, saying Michigan has seen an increase in jobs and needs to focus more on career technical education.
Rep. Iden looks ahead to the Governor’s State of the State address on January 17.
Rep. Iden talks about Wednesday’s House passage of legislation providing a framework for the operations of transportation network companies in Michigan, saying the legislation emphasizes safety and reliability.
Rep. Brandt Iden, R-Oshtemo Twp., talks about the activation Thursday by the Michigan State Police of the public threat alert system created by his PA 235 of 2016, which he says will save Michigan lives.
Rep. Iden says House passage of a bipartisan package of government transparency legislation Wednesday has been a long time coming.
Rep. Brandt Iden, R-Oshtemo Twp., the Vice Chair of the House Communications and Technology Committee, talks about Committee passage Tuesday of Senate legislation designed to provide the framework for the use of autonomous vehicles in Michigan and says the legislation spells good news for motoring safety and for jobs.
Rep. Iden talks about how he will be calling constituents at 6:00 Tuesday evening for a teletownhall meeting.
Rep. Iden talks about how he’s bringing fire officials from Portage and Oshtemo Twp. to the Capitol Thursday for the observance of the anniversary of September 11.
Rep. Iden talks about House passage Tuesday of his active shooter alert legislation, and says he now hopes for quick passage in the Senate.
Rep. Iden talks about his active shooter alert legislation, HB 5442, being reported out of the House Committee on Communications and Technology Tuesday and now moving on to the full House.
Rep. Iden says he was pleased to welcome a number of community members to Lansing Tuesday to testify in the House Communications and Technology Committee on behalf of his HB 5442, which sets up an alert system for situations like an active shooter. Rep. Iden says he learned of the situation in Kalamazoo in February in…
Rep. Iden says he expects the House Committee on Technology to take up his active shooter alert system legislation shortly after the House returns from its in-district work period next week. Representative Iden says the plan, which would function like an Amber Alert, will move quickly through the process.