State Rep. Bryan Posthumus introduced a bill last week to amend the Industrial Hemp Research and Development Act to permit the sale of hemp-derived CBD as a dietary supplement or food additive provided state and federal labeling requirements are met.
Representative Posthumus Official Vote Record June 15-17 Date Bill Number Summary Sponsor Committee Representative Posthumus Explanation Official Vote Tuesday, June 15 HR 118 Weiss Gov Ops Yes. The federal government should use dimplomatic means to secure the release of our journalists held by foreign countries. yes Tuesday, June 15 HB 4380 would create a new […]
With overwhelming bipartisan support, the House Judiciary Committee yesterday approved a plan by Rep. Bryan Posthumus to help restore confidence in Michigan elections by bolstering the authority for election challengers and more comprehensive training for election workers.
Representative Posthumus Official Vote Record Date Wednesday, June 2 Wednesday, June 2 Bill Number HB 4377 (Message from the Senate) HB 4376 (Message from the senate) Summary would add a new section to the Skilled Trades Regulation Act, which regulates the building trades (e.g., electricians, plumbers, mechanical contractors, among others), to House Fiscal Agency HBs […]
Representative Posthumus Official Vote Record May 25-27 Date Bill Number Summary Sponsor Committee Representative Posthumus explanation (Official Vote) Y/N Tuesday, May 25 HB 4295 Allow issuance of a state operating license to an applicant whose spouse is a governmental employee, with certain exceptions. Alexander Rules Yes. People should not be penalized because their spouse is […]
Representative Posthumus Official Vote Record Date Bill Number Summary Sponsor Committee Bryan (Y/N, Explanation) (Official Vote) Y/N Tuesday, May 18 HB 4326 Education; curriculum; merit curriculum requirement; modify VanWoerkom Education Yes Tuesday, May 18 HB 4485 Taxation; tobacco; sunset on cap for taxes on cigars; remove. Hall Tax Policy Yes. a 32% tax increase on […]
State Rep. Bryan Posthumus, majority vice-chair of the House Committee on Agriculture, today offered testimony in support of his plan to allow crop farmers to postpone jury duty during harvest season, which runs from April through November.
Rep. Bryan Posthumus, of Kent County, today criticized Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s most recent mask mandate requiring children 2 to 4 years old to wear masks while in public spaces, including day care and camps. The mandate, issued by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), went into effect on Monday. Previously, the rule only extended to children 5 years of age and older.
Rep. Bryan Posthumus, of Kent County, announced today that he is sponsoring legislation as part of a comprehensive criminal justice reform plan to stop the cycle of recidivism and reentry while expanding victim protections. Together, the bills would create programs to prepare incarcerated individuals for release, expand eligibility for victim compensation, and expand paid medical leave for victims and witnesses of certain crimes.
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