Rep. Green talks about the new auto insurance reforms taking effect in the next year, saying there is a dual focus on reducing rates and continuing to provide excellent medical care.
Rep. Green says he is pleased with the ongoing support for the retention of the Caro Center, both in the Thumb and at the state Capitol.
Rep. Green talks about how the auto insurance reform plan approved by the Legislature last week will impact his neighbors in Huron and Tuscola Counties.
Rep. Green speaks on the House floor Friday afternoon before passage of auto insurance reform legislation, saying he will continue to speak on behalf of Michigan’s brain injury rehab facilities.
Rep. Green talks about how he will attend the ground breaking for the new Quality Roasting facility in Gilford Friday and then spend part of Saturday honoring Vietnam veterans in Unionville.
Rep. Green talks about his efforts to preserve his district’s Caro Center, saying the community is behind him 100% and that he is working with both parties to keep the facility in the Thumb. The Governor announced in March that she will halt funding for the Caro Center Psychiatric Hospital.
Rep. Green says he is disgusted and devastated at the news that Governor Whitmer is pausing the development of the news state psychiatric center in Caro, saying the move will idle hundreds of residents of his district in the Thumb.
Rep. Green talks about House passage Thursday of his legislation that will distribute the royalties from the mineral rights on state land to a variety of projects across the state, including Harbor Beach. The Michigan Constitution dedicates Natural Resources Trust Fund dollars to public recreation projects.
Rep. Green talks about his response to the presentation of the state’s 2020 budget by the Governor Tuesday, saying his constituents will not support a 45 cent gas tax increase and adding the rest of Michigan could take a lesson in road funding from Huron County.
Rep. Green talks about Tuesday’s State of the State, saying he does not want to see the state go into debt to pay for road improvements.
Rep. Green looks ahead to Tuesday’s State of the State Address at the Capitol and says his guest for the evening will be Huron County Commissioner Steve Vaughan.
Rep. Green talks about the first session Wednesday of the 100th Michigan Legislature, saying he’s looking forward to the opportunity to continuing a family tradition of service.