Rep. LaFave says a shutdown of Line Five, which, as proposed by the Governor, would happen Wednesday, would have a significant impact on the environment and jobs in his district and all over Michigan.
State Reps. Beau LaFave, Sara Cambensy, John Damoose, and Greg Markkanen, along with State Sens. Ed McBroom and Wayne Schmidt today responded to a TV 6 report stating the governor had included them in her reopening metrics.
Rep. Beau LaFave today expressed his disappointment in the governor for her March visit to Florida, when Michigan had some of the highest numbers of COVID-19 cases in the nation. It was revealed Wednesday that the governor lied about the length of her visit. She was not vaccinated prior to traveling.
State Rep. Beau LaFave on Tuesday introduced House Bill 4792, part of a six-bill bipartisan package, to prohibit the creation, implementation, and enforcement of COVID-19 vaccine passports in Michigan. The LaFave bill specifically prohibits businesses from mandating proof of vaccination for customers.
Rep. LaFave talks about Thursday’s meeting of the House Oversight Committee, which will take up legislation banning the use of vaccine passports in Michigan. Rep. LaFave has legislation that would ban vaccine passports for entry into a place of public accommodation.
Rep. Beau LaFave today criticized Gov. Whitmer’s benchmarks for reopening the state of Michigan in the wake of COVID-19. LaFave commented that the newly announced measures do not account for those with natural immunity or those who have traveled outside of the state or country for vaccinations.
State Rep. Beau LaFave yesterday led the Committee on Military, Veterans and Homeland Security in approving a formal resolution to protect the Second Amendment rights of Michigan residents and oppose overreaching federal gun control measures. LaFave, the committee chair, scheduled the vote to take place.
Rep. Beau LaFave today criticized the two Democrat members of the Michigan Board of Canvassers for refusing to certify a petition that was deemed legal and valid by the Secretary of State earlier this week.
The Michigan House today unanimously approved a plan by Rep. Beau LaFave, of Iron Mountain, to subject Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, future governors, and the Legislature to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
As chairman of the Committee on Military, Veterans & Homeland Security, it is my honor to support the brave men and women who serve and protect us. One way we are doing that is by opening an investigation into complaints of poor-quality food being provided to Michigan troops while deployed to our nation’s capital. A resolution was recently introduced in the committee that would provide a retroactive food allowance to members who experienced these conditions, and I am proud to say we brought it to a vote immediately, where it passed.
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