Rep. Miller talks about House passage Wednesday of his HCR 13, which extends Secondary Road funding to county sheriff’s departments so they can provide patrols to municipalities that have reduced their police departments because of economic hardship. Four counties are affected, including Rep. Miller’s neighboring Branch County.
Rep. Miller talks about the September 11 commemoration at the state Capitol on Thursday, and his guest, Dowagiac Deputy Fire Chief Guy Evans.
Rep. Miller, who oversees the House budget committee on the Michigan State Police, talks about how the Department’s 2018 budget includes almost 1.9 million dollars to enhance forensic science services as they relate to controlled substances and firearms. Rep. Miller points out that while the budget provides for the training of 150 new troopers, improved…
Rep. Aaron Miller, who chairs the budget committee for the Michigan State Police, welcomes MSP Director Kristie Kibbey Etue to the House floor Wednesday as the agency marks its 100th anniversary.
Rep. Miller talks about House passage Thursday of legislation that opens the Michigan Legislature and the executive office to the new Legislative Open Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act.
Rep. Miller talks about House passage Thursday of his legislation clarifying that when an elected official resigns or is removed from legislative office, that the resignation or removal remains in effect for the remainder of the term and that individual cannot seek the same office in the special election to fill the vacant seat. Rep. Miller calls the…
House Elections and Ethics Committee Chair Aaron Miller talks about Committee passage Thursday of his HB 4208, which specifies that the resignation from office of a state Senator or state Representative remains in effect for the balance of the legislative term.
Rep. Miller, who chairs the budget subcommittee on the Michigan State Police, says the 2018 spending plan proposed by the Governor on Wednesday will put an additional 100 troopers in the field, but adds he would like to see more funding for K-12 education and promises a thorough review of budget priorities.
Rep. Miller talks about Tuesday’s State of the State Address and its focus on career technical education.
Rep. Miller looks ahead to the next two years on the first day of the 99th session of the Michigan Legislature.
Rep. Miller talks about Thursday’s annual Capitol commemoration of September 11 and the honoring of Michigan’s first responders in the House chamber, and his guest, Sturgis EMT Richard Knox.
Rep. Miller talks about his House Resolution that he will introduce Thursday declaring April 28 as “Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day” in Michigan, adding he plans to bring his own daughter to the Capitol that day.