State Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, welcomed Bill Seyferth, co-owner of the Eagle Group in Muskegon, to the State of the State address in the state Capitol building Tuesday.
Chloe Cowell, a student at Ross Park Elementary School, joined Rep. Holly Hughes at the state Capitol Thursday as a “Representative for a Day.”
State Rep. Holly Hughes presented a tribute to Muskegon County Sheriff’s Deputy Thomas Schmidt during the House Committee on Military and Veterans Affairs meeting today in Lansing. Deputy Schmidt joined Rep. Hughes during a 9/11 ceremony to honor members of the military and first responders at the state Capitol.
Rep. Holly Hughes, R–Montague, honored former office intern Loryn Blink with a tribute during the state House session on Tuesday, April 12, 2016.
State Rep. Holly Hughes (left) testifies to the House Committee on Natural Resources on Tuesday, April 12, in Lansing. Hughes was joined by Sullivan Township Treasurer Tammy Gillette and her husband, Brent, while speaking in support of transferring state DNR land for a small township park in House Bill 5330.
Nancee Privacky (right) speaks in support of House Bill 4046, which was written by Rep. Holly Hughes (left), before the House Committee on Transportation today in Lansing. The legislation is also called the “Privacky Law” for Nancee Privacky’s two children who were killed a Muskegon County rear-end collision with a school bus in 2011.
Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, (center) is joined by other female House members today after her Go Red For Women resolution was approved at the state Capitol. The American Heart Association asks everyone to wear red in recognition of women battling cardiovascular diseases on Friday, Feb. 5.
State Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague, (left), and Muskegon County Equalization Director Donna VanderVries testify before the Senate Committee on Local Government Tuesday regarding House Bill 4888.
State Rep. Holly Hughes, R-Montague (right), was joined by Fleet Engineers, Inc. President Wes Eklund of Muskegon for the 2015 State of the State address at the Capitol. Eklund also chairs the Government Affairs Committee of the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce. ###
Lawmaker returns to represent West Michigan’s 91st District Lansing, Mich. — State Rep. Holly Hughes took an oath of office today pledging two years of service in the Michigan House representing the 91st District. Gov. Rick Snyder (center) welcomed all legislators and guests to the Capitol for today’s inaugural ceremonies. From left: Rep. Hughes’ mother Joy…