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.
Rep. Miller, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Michigan State Police, talks about his work on funding Smart 911, an opt-in system that allows residents to provide additional information to local police, fire and EMS, which Rep. Miller says could save time and even lives. Rep. Miller is reviewing the issue as talks…
Rep. Miller talks about his HJR DD, which lowers the minimum age of election to state Legislature from 21 to 18 and to the executive office from 30 to 21, a move he says gives more options to Michigan voters.
Rep. Miller’s PSA encouraging safety during free ice fishing weekend February 13 and 14.
Rep. Miller says he was pleased with the Governor’s focus on the Flint water crisis in the 2016 state of the State Tuesday.
Rep. Miller says next Tuesday’s State of the State Address comes at a time of economic growth in his southwest Michigan district.
Rep. Miller says the roads package approved by the House on Wednesday addresses the issue quickly and without resorting to asking for substantial sources of new revenue.
Rep. Miller talks about legislation dealing with the Michigan film subsidy program, as well as bills dealing with school bake sales and service dogs used by military veterans. The Representative also discusses constituent service in his district.
Rep. Miller talks about his vote in the Michigan House this week to eliminate the state’s $50 million film and video tax credit effective in the fall of 2015.