Rep. Whiteford welcomes local students to House floor

State Rep. Mary Whiteford recently welcomed students from Plainwell High School to the floor of the Michigan House of Representatives.  The students were in Lansing attending the Michigan Association of School Boards Conference.  Rep. Whiteford discussed school safety, Title IX, and Gov. Snyder’s Marshall Plan for Talent with the students. “I was impressed with the…

Rep. Whiteford announces June office hours

State Rep. Mary Whiteford of Casco Township will host local office hours on Monday, June 18. “Receiving feedback from my constituents is a crucial part of my commitment to Allegan County residents,” Whiteford said. “I look forward to hearing what is important to people back home and making sure that follows me to Lansing.” Rep….

Rep. Whiteford to host local office hours

State Rep. Mary Whiteford today announced plans to meet with Allegan County residents during her scheduled office hours. Office hours will take place on Friday, May 18 at Allegan County Transportation, 750 Airway Drive in Allegan from 9 to 10:30 a.m. “Engaging with residents in a casual setting is a great way to foster dialog…

Noble testifies on bill to revoke medical licenses for misconduct

Legislation is part of House package in response to the Larry Nassar scandal PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jeff Noble today spoke before the House Law and Justice Committee, supporting his plan to revoke a medical professional’s license if they are convicted of sexually abusing a patient under the guise of a medical procedure.

Rep. Whiteford testifies on need for specific standards on invasive medical treatments

PHOTO INORMATION: State Rep. Mary Whiteford, of Casco Township, today testified on her legislation to set standards for sensitive medical procedures while expanding record retention requirements to 15 years for such examinations in order to protect patients. Her comments came during a House Law and Justice Committee hearing reviewing legislation in response to a House…

Rep. Whiteford plans consumer education forum on identity theft

State Rep. Mary Whiteford has scheduled a consumer education event in partnership with the Michigan Attorney General’s Office to educate residents on identity theft. The forum will feature information on protection against identity theft and what steps to take in the event you become a victim of this crime. “As technology continues to become more…

Rep. Whiteford announces April office hours

State Rep. Mary Whiteford of Casco Township will host local office hours on Monday, April 23. “Getting feedback from my constituents is a crucial aspect of my commitment to Allegan County residents,” Whiteford said. “I look forward to hearing what is important to Allegan County residents and making sure that follows me to Lansing.” Rep….

Rep. Whiteford to host local office hours

State Rep. Mary Whiteford today announced plans to meet with residents of Allegan County during her scheduled office hours. Office hours will take place on Friday, March 16 at the Allegan District Library, 331 Hubbard St. in Allegan from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. “I look forward to talking with residents of Allegan County about…

Rep. Whiteford sends state flag to overseas troops

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Mary Whiteford sent a State of Michigan flag to Allegan County resident, 1st Lt. Auston Marineau.  Lt. Marineau is pictured with other Michiganders who currently serve in Operation Inherent Resolve, fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria.  

Rep. Whiteford presents Eagle Scout tribute

PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Mary Whiteford presents a tribute to Bryan Adams of Hopkins at his Eagle Scout court of honor. Brian’s Eagle Scout project was the renovation of The Allegan Band Booth at the Allegan County Fair. ###

Rep. Whiteford welcomes ‘Rep for a Day’ guests to state Capitol

State Rep. Mary Whiteford welcomed three students and their families to the Capitol as junior representatives for a day, to experience the life of a Michigan state legislator. Throughout their day in Lansing, the students held a mock committee hearing, toured the Capitol, and were introduced during House session.  Students entered the contest by turning…