State Rep. Mary Whiteford, of Casco Township, today delivered testimony before the House Health Policy Committee in support of her plan to ensure health care providers offer patients an opportunity to avoid being offered, prescribed or administered opioids.
Rep. Markkanen talks about the 63-foot spruce donated by the Fletcher family in Marenisco Township in his district that is making its way to the state Capitol to serve as Michigan’s official Christmas tree. The tree will arrive in Lansing Saturday and will be lit in ceremonies on November 19.
The House Committee on Local Government and Municipal Finance today approved state Rep. Mark Tisdel’s bipartisan plan to replace personal property taxes (PPT) on rented heavy equipment with a simplified tax.
State Rep. Mark Huizenga on Tuesday told the House Committee on Transportation his plan to require flashing lights and a digital speed limit display when road workers are present will enable motorists to provide greater protection for the workers.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today led the Michigan House in approving a measure to ensure those who stepped up to serve as direct care workers at nursing facilities during the pandemic receive credit toward their certification.
Rep. Fink talks about final House passage Tuesday night of his HB 4066, which prohibits a political subdivision from enacting any ordinance, rule, or tax relating to the use of a knife or knife-making components that are more restrictive than state law.
Rep. Fink talks about House passage this week of HB 4722, short-term rental legislation designed to provide certainty for private property owners across the state while maintaining some flexibility for municipalities over planning and zoning. Rep. Fink says a key to the issue is making sure that Michigan’s housing situation is welcoming to families.
Rep. Damoose talks about House passage Wednesday of HB 4722, which he says provides for a degree of local control while protecting property rights in the growing short-term rental sector of Michigan’s tourism economy. Rep. Damoose says the measure passed Wednesday, which was the 11th version of the legislation, reflected months of work on his […]
Rep. Jim Lilly this week supported a revised version of the Michigan Cannabis Safety Act, a plan that would continue to allow caregivers to serve up to five patients without a license from their primary residence.
“The measure approved by the House is a solid compromise that provides both certainty for private property owners across the state and flexibility for local municipalities that deserve to have some control over the planning and zoning of their communities.
State Rep. Bob Bezotte, of Marion Township, today said new proposals within Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s MI Safe Communities plan are not effective in keeping all residents across Michigan safe.