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Berman: Budget plans can do more to support public schools

Budget plans passed by the House this week put too much taxpayer money into higher education services used by out-of-state and international students and too few dollars toward K-12 education, said state Rep. Ryan Berman, who voted against the education plans. “I could not support an increase in our state’s higher education budget, knowing these…

Cole to U.S. Forest Service: Caring for our waters and riverways is crucial

State Rep. Triston Cole today praised the decision of the U.S. Forest Service to implement new plans to educate the public on river stewardship and safety, rather than move forward with a proposed ban on alcohol on three Michigan waterways. “Taking care of our waters and riverways is crucial to good conservation and I appreciate…

Rep. Reilly unveils plan enhancing charitable gaming in Michigan

State Rep. John Reilly, of Oakland Township, this week unveiled legislation making it easier for non-profits and charitable organizations to raise money through fundraising events involving casino-style gaming. The events, referred to as “millionaire parties,” are crucial fundraising initiatives for Lions Clubs, Kiwanis, Knights of Columbus, veterans groups, schools and other entities across Michigan. Charities…

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The House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates

The House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates wants to hear from you! Speaker Lee Chatfield created the committee to solely focus on lowering car insurance rates for Michigan drivers. Submit your ideas and stories by clicking the graphic below.