Rep. LaFave talks about how he is fighting against SB 646, which could defund public schools that used mascots based on race or ethnicity. Rep. LaFave points to several schools in his district that would be affected by the plan, adding that he hasn’t heard from a single constituent who says they find their local…
Rep. LaFave talks about his deciding vote in the House Insurance Committee Thursday to move to the full House legislation reforming Michigan’s No-Fault auto insurance system.
Rep. LaFave talks about the introduction Tuesday of legislation designed to roll back auto insurance premiums and provide motorists with more options for coverage.
Rep. Beau LaFave, R-Iron Mountain; audio on auto insurance reforms during Fall session of Legislature
Rep. LaFave says that reforming Michigan auto insurance is one of the topics he hears about most from his constituents and adds the time is ripe for an improved system.
Rep. LaFave talks about House passage Tuesday of his HR 59, which calls on the federal government to continue funding the Essential Air Service program throughout Michigan.
Rep. LaFave talks about House passage Wednesday of a multi-bill package that allows law-abiding citizens to carry a concealed weapon without a permit.
Rep. LaFave talks about passage by the House Local Government Committee Wednesday of his legislation that would prevent local governments from establishing sanctuary status or penalize municipal employees for contacting U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Rep. LaFave talks about his testimony Wednesday before the House Local Government Committee on his legislation, HB 4334, which would prevent county governments in Michigan from enacting or enforcing sanctuary ordinances. The bill was discussed in conjunction with HB 4105, which would apply the same prohibition to governmental units at the local level. Only testimony…
Rep. Beau LaFave talks about House passage Tuesday of his legislation that allows the Secretary of State to share photographs taken for official state personal identification cards with the Michigan State Police for the processing of concealed weapons licenses.
Rep. LaFave says legislation approved by the House Thursday that subjects the Legislature and the executive office to Freedom of Information and open records laws spells positive news for people in his U.P. district.
Rep. LaFave talks about the roll-out of the Republican agenda for the 2017-2018 session of the Michigan House Thursday, saying he’s especially pleased to see a focus on lowering auto insurance rates and a renewed focus on career technical education.