State Rep. Mike Mueller this week helped the House pass a resolution calling on the state health department to give local school districts more flexibility, so all student-athletes can have their immediate family members attend their sporting events.
State Rep. Bronna Kahle today addressed the House Health Policy Committee in support of her plan to reduce the cost of prescription medications by requiring insurers to use all drug coupons received toward a patient’s maximum out-of-pocket costs or plan deductible.
Rep. Whiteford talks about her presentation in the House Judiciary Committee this week on a package of bipartisan human trafficking legislation she is spearheading. Rep. Whiteford’s own bill in the package expands the types of criminal convictions that can be set aside if a crime was committed because someone is a victim of human trafficking.
State Rep. John Roth, of Traverse City, on Wednesday voted in favor of a comprehensive plan to protect public health, help Michigan bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic and provide people a say in how future emergencies are handled by the state. The plan advancing through the Legislature offers significant relief – helping struggling families […]
Rep. Outman talks about his testimony Thursday before the House Oversight Committee on his HB 4388, part of a larger package targeting broader use of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which does not currently apply to the Legislature or governor’s office.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today detailed her efforts to expose and crack down on taxpayer-funded “hush money” contracts given by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to former top officials and department heads.
State Rep. Julie Alexander, chair of the House Agriculture Committee, welcomed the Michigan Association of Fairs and Exhibition and FFA students Wednesday to deliver a presentation to the committee regarding COVID-19 challenges on local fairs.
Rep. O’Malley talks about testimony Thursday before the House Oversight Committee on a package of bills that would subject the office of the Governor and the Michigan Legislature to Freedom of Information requests. Rep. O’Malley says he thinks the package would go a long way toward restoring trust in state government.
State Rep. Andrew Beeler (R-Port Huron) today demanded a federal investigation into Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s controversial COVID-19 nursing home policies that have put long-term care residents and staff in danger. Beeler joined 48 other legislators who are formally requesting that U.S. Attorney General Monty Wilkinson in Washington, D.C. immediately conduct a full investigation into the […]
State Rep. Graham Filler, a member of the House Agriculture Committee, this week listened to testimony from 4-H kids and community fair organizers about the detrimental impact COVID-19 restrictions could have on young people if fairs and 4-H programs are not allowed to offer in-person activities this year.