Rep. Meerman talks about House passage this week of his HB 4119, which makes a small fix in a 2006 law to allow several local libraries in Michigan, including ones in Allendale and Georgetown, to remain eligible for state aid and revenue from fees so they can continue offering the same services.
State Rep. Luke Meerman, of Coopersville, today called out the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration for its overzealous enforcement of the governor’s executive orders – which have created significant hardships on small business owners and employees who are simply trying to make ends meet.
A group of Republican lawmakers this week introduced a plan protecting Michigan residents and job providers from excessive penalties for non-compliance with rules implemented unilaterally by the governor.
Bipartisan plan would end harsh, mandatory minimum sentences State Reps. Luke Meerman and Sherry Gay-Dagnogo today introduced a bipartisan plan to give judges more discretion when sentencing people who carry a gun while committing a crime in Michigan. The legislators said the state’s current felony firearm law is too harsh – requiring a mandatory two-year […]