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Rep. Maturen records perfect voting record during first term in office

State Rep. David Maturen took part in every one of the 1,261 roll-call votes during the 2015-16 legislative session, successfully completing his first term in office with a perfect voting record. “The voters of the 63rd District trust me to represent their interests in Lansing, and that’s a responsibility I take very seriously,” said Rep….

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Rep. Maturen’s bill to help military families gets Senate approval

Legislation heads to governor for signature The Michigan Senate today passed bipartisan legislation sponsored by state Reps. David Maturen, R-Vicksburg, and Robert Wittenberg, D-Oak Park, to ease professional restrictions for families of active military members stationed in Michigan. House Bills 5288-89 allow military spouses who are attorneys in other states to be admitted to the…

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MSF approves incentive for business expansion in Comstock Township

Rep. Maturen: Sigma Machine investing $27.8 million, creating 58 jobs State Rep. David Maturen today announced the Michigan Strategic Fund’s approval of an incentive to support a business expansion project in Comstock Township that will create jobs. Sigma Machine Inc., a family-owned business specializing in aluminum and stainless steel machining, plans to expand its current…

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Rep. Maturen’s bill to expand CSN Fund heads to governor

Legislation provides more support to children with health care needs   Legislation sponsored by state Rep. Dave Maturen to expand investment options for the Children with Special Needs (CSN) Fund was overwhelmingly approved today by the Michigan Senate. Rep. Maturen said the reforms in House Bill 5748 will generate greater returns for the CSN Fund…

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Reps. Bizon, Maturen honor Cora Belle Anderson

Portrait unveiled for first woman, Native American to serve in Michigan House State Reps. David Maturen and Dr. John Bizon today attended a portrait unveiling in honor of Cora Belle Reynolds Anderson, the first woman and the first Native American to serve in the Michigan House of Representatives. The Anderson House Office Building, where the…

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Senate approves Rep. Maturen’s bill to retain tax benefits for agricultural property

The Michigan Senate today unanimously approved a bill introduced by state Rep. David Maturen to allow agricultural property to be divided into qualified agricultural and non-agricultural property when transferred. House Bill 4677 ensures that owners of qualified agricultural property continue to receive the tax benefits they’re entitled to under the Farmland Preservation Program (Public Act…

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House approves Rep. Maturen’s bill to help more families address health care needs

Bill expands investment options for Children with Special Needs Fund State Rep. Dave Maturen’s bill to generate additional funding to support children with special health care needs was approved today with unanimous support by the Michigan House of Representatives. “The Children with Special Needs (CSN) Fund helps Michigan families make purchases – such as wheelchair…

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Rep. Maturen looking forward to interviewing military academy candidates

State Rep. Dave Maturen has again been named to a committee that assists U.S. Rep. Fred Upton in interviewing candidates seeking nominations to military service academies. “I have been honored to participate in the selection process for more than 20 years, and every year I continue to be thoroughly impressed by the talented young people…

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Legislation to help military families clears the House

Bills by Reps. Maturen, Wittenberg allow military spouses who are attorneys to transfer bar privileges to Michigan State Reps. David Maturen, R-Vicksburg, and Robert Wittenberg, D-Oak Park, praised Thursday’s House passage of their two-bill bipartisan package to help families of military service members. House Bills 5288-89 would let military spouses who are attorneys admitted to…

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Rep. Maturen plan will generate more funding for children with special needs

Bill gains approval from House Committee on Financial Services The House Committee on Financial Services on Wednesday approved legislation sponsored by state Rep. Dave Maturen to generate additional funding to support children with special health-care needs. Under current law, the Children with Special Needs (CSN) Fund can only be invested in government bonds and securities,…

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House panel approves bipartisan legislation to assist military families

Rep. Maturen: Remove barriers for attorneys whose spouses serve our country Bipartisan legislation approved today by the House Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs will ease some professional requirements for the husbands and wives of active-duty military members stationed in Michigan. House Bills 5288 and 5289, sponsored by Rep. Dave Maturen and Rep. Robert Wittenberg,…

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Rep. Maturen testifies in support of bills to assist military spouses who practice law

State Rep. Dave Maturen spoke Thursday before the House Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs in support of bipartisan legislation he introduced with Rep. Robert Wittenberg to ease professional restrictions for spouses of active military members stationed in Michigan. House Bills 5288 and 5289 would allow spouses of active-military members to be admitted to the…