Rep. Miller sets local office hours for October

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today announced two locations where he will hold in-district office hours for the month of October. “I am working hard to ensure your voice and values are represented in Lansing,” Miller said. “If any issues are weighing on your mind, I hope you’ll join me for a sit down…

Rep. Miller helps send balanced state budget to governor’s desk

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, has voted to support the Michigan Legislature’s state budget investing more in roads and bridges, public health and safety and community investment across the board – without raising taxes. Miller’s votes came as the Legislature completed its work on the state budget for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1….

Rep. Miller signs off on greater investment in Michigan students

State Rep. Aaron Miller, chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on School Aid, today voted in support of the Legislature’s schools budget, a bill he sponsored to provide a total of $15.2 billion for K-12 schools. Under the bipartisan plan, per-pupil funding would increase for every student in Michigan by $120 to $240 – a…

Rep. Miller welcomes guests for the 9/11 memorial ceremony

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today welcomed Sheriff Rick Behnke (left) and Capt. Tom Jacobs (right) of the Cass County Sheriff’s Department as his guests for the Michigan House’s annual Sept. 11 Memorial Service at the Capitol. The ceremony remembers first responders and members of the military from Michigan who died in…

Rep. Miller sets local office hours for September

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today announced two upcoming dates where he will hold in-district office hours for the month of September. “These informal sit-downs are the best way to have meaningful discussions,” Miller said. “I hope you’ll join me this month and share your questions or concerns about state government.” Rep. Miller will…

Rep. Miller to be Grand Marshall of Bluegill Frolic Parade

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, will be the Grand Marshall of the 75th Annual Bluegill Frolic Parade this Saturday, July 20. “The Bluegill Frolic is a cherished festival and important weekend for the Marcellus community,” Rep. Miller said. “It is an honor to join them and serve as Grand Marshall for their historic parade.”…

Rep. Miller sets local office hours for July

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today announced an in-district office hours location for the month of July. “I sincerely want to listen to the thoughts and concerns of the residents I represent,” Rep. Miller said. “I encourage anyone with questions or ideas to join me at my upcoming hours later this month. Rep. Miller…

Rep. Miller welcomes local pastor to lead House invocation

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, welcomed local Pastor Terry Cropper (middle) from Bethel Baptist Church in Three Rivers to the state Capitol to lead Wednesday’s invocation for the Michigan House of Representatives. House tradition calls for a representative or clergy member to begin each day’s session with a prayer. Joining them at…

Rep. Miller: Community improvement funds should fund improvements, not audits

Legislation cutting unnecessary red tape advances via House vote A proposal from state Rep. Aaron Miller allowing local recreational authority boards to spend more of their budgets on improving Michigan communities today was unanimously approved in a state House vote. House Bill 4408 changes audit requirements from annual to once every two years for authority…

Rep. Miller sets local office hours for June

State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, today announced an in-district office hours location for the month of June. “I look forward to these sit-downs with the people I serve,” Rep. Miller said. “Local input is invaluable as I work to represent my district’s priorities in Lansing. I hope you’ll join me at one of my…

Rep. Miller plan cuts red tape, frees up funds for community improvement projects

A proposal from state Rep. Aaron Miller allowing local recreational authority boards to spend more of their budgets on improving Michigan communities was recently approved by the House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee. House Bill 4408 changes audit requirements from annual to once every two years for authority boards that do not levy taxes….

Rep. Miller votes for impactful no-fault reforms in historic bipartisan deal

Drivers to save money through choice while maintaining key protections State Rep. Aaron Miller, of Sturgis, joined House legislators today in giving legislative approval to a proposal that brings lower car insurance prices to residents and families across the state, primarily through consumer choice. The plan guarantees lower rates for all drivers in Michigan, mending…