Rep. Huizenga talks about the House vote Tuesday to restore partial funding to the Pure Michigan campaign, while also providing COVID-19 resources and assistance for communities dealing with high water and erosion issues.
Rep. Huizenga talks about the Governor’s plans to bond for $3.5 billion for repairs to state trunk lines, saying that bonding isn’t a long-term funding source and adding he hopes the Governor will be willing to meet to find common ground on the issue.
Rep. Huizenga talks about Wednesday’s State of the State, and his guest, Kent County Sheriff Michelle LaJoye Young, and says he hopes budget talks will focus more on public safety.
Rep. Huizenga looks to Wednesday’s State of the State address and says he expects a bold speech, but wonders if there will be details on how Michigan families will pay for that bold vision.
Rep. Huizenga talks about House passage Friday of auto insurance reform legislation.
Rep. Huizenga talks about passage by the full House Appropriations Committee Wednesday of the state’s General Government budget for the 2020 Fiscal Year. The budget funds several state offices, including the Attorney General, Secretary of State, Executive Office and the Legislature.
Rep. Huizenga, who chairs the General Government budget subcommittee that provides the funding for most state departments and the Legislature, talks about progress on the 2020 spending plan and how he expects the measure to advance to the House Appropriations Committee next week.
Rep. Huizenga talks about Tuesday’s State of the State Address at the Capitol and says he hopes to hear the Governor talk about workforce development issues.