State Rep. Beau LaFave is calling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to remove her emperor crown, end creation of new COVID-19 restrictions without legislative consent, sign legislation to return to pre-pandemic balance of power between 3 co-equal branches of government, admit the emergency is over, and promise to never again violate the constitution during her remaining 18 months in office.
House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Beau LaFave, talks about committee passage Tuesday of a two-bill package prohibiting local governments from enacting or enforcing policies that prevent local officials and police from communicating with federal officials regarding a person’s immigration status.
Rep. Filler talks about House passage Tuesday of his HB 4724, which clarifies that Michigan’s eavesdropping prohibition on recording a private conversation does not apply to lawful security monitoring conducted by a homeowner. Rep. Filler says there were questions about the use of surveillance video in home sale situations when theft was taking place.
Representative Doug Wozniak, Vice Chair of the Committee on Families, Children and Seniors voted on Wednesday for House Bill 4644, which amends the Michigan Income Tax Act by providing additional tax exemption under certain circumstances for a taxpayer who is pregnant.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, was honored to host a special guest at the state Capitol in Lansing today. Visiting was Evan Burdick, a junior at Meridian Early College High School in Sanford. Evan has an interest in public administration and politics and has been involved locally, volunteering in cleanup efforts and assisting with the Sanford War Memorial dedication. Rep. Glenn was thankful that Evan took the time and interest in job shadowing her – her first job shadow since the COVID-19 pandemic.