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Rep. Alexander announces local office hours

     State Rep. Julie Alexander of Hanover has scheduled office hours to meet with residents of the 64th District.      “Accessibility to my constituents has been a top priority of mine,” Rep. Alexander said. “With the legislative recess coming to an end, we have many issues to tackle here in Lansing. I look…

Rep. Bollin hosts productive town hall on roads

     State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township held an informative town hall yesterday evening, Aug. 21, to meet with residents of the 42nd District regarding road funding. Rep. Bollin was joined by Rep. Jack O’Malley, chairman of the House Committee on Transportation.      “I’m so pleased with the turnout and participation we…

Rep. Leutheuser announces local coffee hour

     State Rep. Eric Leutheuser of Hillsdale has scheduled a local coffee hour to meet with residents of the 58th District.      “Meeting with constituents is my favorite part of the job,” Rep. Leutheuser said. “While you can always reach out to my office, I look forward to directly discussing state issues most…

Rep. Markkanen supports record-high investment as kids head back to school

State Rep. Greg Markkanen said today he continues to fight to increase the record amount of state funding for K-12 education. Under the House-approved proposal, every school district in the state would receive an additional $90 to $180 per student for a total foundation allowance of $8,056 to $8,529 per student in the state budget…


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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.