State Rep. Joe Bellino, of Monroe, today said he is strongly opposed to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s recent order to shut down Line 5 by May 2021, saying this will harm thousands upon thousands of Michigan families. “Michigan’s energy security is no place for political games,” Bellino said. “And regardless of the environmental risks the governor […]
Serving the families of Wayne and Monroe counties is a position I am honored to have and a role I take very seriously. For the past two years, I’ve been fighting to improve the lives of people in our community and throughout all of Michigan.
State Rep. Joe Bellino 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.
“This was a major step in the right direction for Michiganders throughout the state,” Bellino said. “My colleagues and I stand ready to work with the governor in the best interests of our families, from Wayne and Monroe counties all the way to the Upper Peninsula. We are strong here in Michigan, and we will get through the rest of this pandemic together.”
Since Michigan students were sent home at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March, the question arose: What would fall look like for our schools? What would students and teachers face in a new academic year? It was a question in Michigan and all across the country.
State Rep. Joe Bellino, of Monroe, today joined his colleagues in approving a bipartisan plan for the state’s Fiscal Year 2021 K-12 budget – one that won’t raise taxes or grow state government.
The Michigan House today unanimously approved Rep. Joe Bellino’s bipartisan plan to help with the rehabilitation of former offenders and assist them in finding gainful, steady employment while assuming the responsibility of citizenship.
State Rep. Joe Bellino, of Monroe, today honored Darrian Young, who served as Monroe County Sheriff’s Office animal control officer, during a special memorial service at the state Capitol.
This is an issue that hits close to home. I am deeply troubled that the governor will not compromise with the Legislature. The lives of Michigan’s most vulnerable residents should not be used as political pawns. Our seniors deserve much better. I will continue to look for ways to support seniors and keep our elderly loved ones safe as we combat this pandemic.
“This bipartisan plan emphasizes local control and provides necessary flexibility for our teachers and administrators at schools in Wayne and Monroe counties and across Michigan, ” Bellino said. “We simply can’t let COVID-19 take our children’s education away from them. We’ve all learned a lot since March and now know how to best slow the spread of COVID-19 – I’m confident this plan is the right call moving forward for families throughout Michigan.”
State Rep. Joe Bellino today said health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan deserve the legal protections provided in a plan recently approved by the Legislature. Bellino, of Monroe, said health care professionals have been forced to make incredibly difficult decisions while caring for patients under strained circumstances due […]
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