State Rep. Matt Hall, of Marshall, issued the following statement after testimony in today’s Joint Select Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic hearing revealed Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration did not follow up with companies who wished to assist the state with personal protective equipment at fair cost as the state sought it during outbreaks: “As COVID-19…
Rep. Green talks about his appointment to the Ag Subcommittee of the American Legislative Exchange Council, saying it gives the Thumb a national voice in shaping policies that promote a safe and solid food chain.
Moving into the holiday weekend, Rep. O’Malley says Michiganders need to be mindful of COVID-19 precautions, as well as being safe on and in the water.
Rep. Rendon’s auto insurance reform tele townhall, with Rep. Jason Wentworth, Chairman of the House Select Committee on Car Insurance Reform.
Rep. Hall, the Chair of the Joint Select Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic, says the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency needs to reopen local UIA offices by appointment and focus more on responding to Michiganders counting on their help.
Rep. Green looks to the 2020-21 school year and says his goal is to provide local schools with concrete direction, coupled with flexibility and resources.
Rep. O’Malley says that the past few months have demonstrated the possibilities of remote learning, adding that while there are some challenges, there are also opportunities.
Rep. Calley questions Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Director Steve Gray on what she says is a culture of poor communication at the Agency that has a direct impact on the people she represents.
Rep. Matt Hall, R-Marshall; audio on COVID Committee meeting on Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency
Joint Select Committee on the State’s Response to COVID-19 Chair Matt Hall says Wednesday’s hearing with Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Director Steve Gray reflects what he calls a culture of poor communication that leads to unacceptable results.
Rep. Markkanen talks about the Return to Learn plan announced at the state Capitol Tuesday that resumes school safely and flexibly in Michigan this fall.
House Education Committee Chair Rep. Pamela Hornberger talks about the bicameral Return to Learn plan for resuming school this fall. The $1.3 billion plan implements robust distance learning and safety measures.
Speaker Chatfield addresses the Capitol press on the state Capitol steps Tuesday morning about what he calls a sensible and flexible plan to help keep Michigan students safe as learning resumes in the fall.
Rep. Green talks about law enforcement in Michigan’s Thumb region, and his thoughts on providing resources to serve the community.
Rep. LaFave talks about his new legislation requiring Michigan governors to adhere to the Freedom of Information Act and disclose information to the public when they declare a state of emergency or disaster in Michigan. Rep. LaFave says he’s especially concerned about the lack of information about gubernatorial decisions that sent recovering COVID-19 patients to…
Joint Select Committee on the COVID-19 Pandemic Chair Matt Hall talks about Thursday’s Committee meeting, including testimony from U.P. state Rep. Sarah Cambensy on the need to reopen local unemployment offices in Michigan.
Rep. Mary Whiteford, R-Casco Twp.; audio on Tuesday’s rally for families seeking Unemployment Insurance.
Rep. Whiteford talks about the rally she organized Tuesday on the Capitol steps for Michigan families that have been waiting for weeks for Unemployment Insurance, with no response from the state. Rep. Whiteford notes that hundreds of families in her district are impacted.