State Rep. Greg Markkanen today underscored the dire need for restaurants to resume in-person dining services after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced a current statewide ban would be extended to Feb. 1. “There won’t be many bars and restaurants left to re-open with the governor continuing to extend these closures,” said Markkanen, of Hancock. “This ban […]
State Rep. Greg Markkanen today announced he remains committed to an innovative plan to keep the local economy strong by helping small-business owners in border communities in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Markkanen has introduced a plan to allow the state to enter into fuel tax reciprocity agreements with neighboring states. These agreements for qualified vehicles reduce […]
State Rep. Greg Markkanen this week voted in favor of funding to help Michigan distribute the COVID-19 vaccine while helping those whose livelihoods have been forcibly disrupted by the virus and economic shutdowns.
State Rep. Greg Markkanen’s legislation to ease a burdensome and unnecessary regulation that has prevented the Keweenaw County Road Commission from replacing its outdated maintenance facility will soon be before the governor for her possible signature.
State Rep. Greg Markkanen’s proposal to allow veterinarians to consult with pet owners in Michigan about the use of products containing CBD oil and THC for their animals was recently approved by the Senate, advancing it to the governor for her possible signature.
State Rep. Greg Markkanen’s plan to protect state funds reserved for sustainable forest management has been approved by the Michigan Senate, advancing it to the governor for her possible signature.
State Reps. Beau LaFave, of Iron Mountain, and Greg Markkanen, of Hancock, and state Sen. Ed McBroom, of Vulcan, last week responded to the governor’s recent order to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline.
I care deeply about the needs of the people I’m elected to help and protect, and I talk with people in our community often. My job is to serve as your voice in the decision-making process. That’s why it’s so important for both the Legislature and the governor to practice bipartisanship in future decisions about our state’s COVID-19 response.
State Reps. Beau LaFave, of Iron Mountain, Greg Markkanen, of Hancock, and State Sen. Ed McBroom, of Vulcan, today said they all wholeheartedly support the Trump Administration’s decision to remove the gray wolf from the U.S. Endangered Species Act list.
State Rep. Greg Markkanen and a group of House Republican lawmakers this week announced a plan aimed at giving the people of Michigan more certainty and control by allowing for data-driven COVID-19 responses that reflect conditions in local communities.
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