State Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, today issued the following statement after the state Department of Health and Human Services sent out a notice encouraging doctors to prescribe and recommend monoclonal antibody infusions to treat COVID-19 patients:
State Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, today issued the following statement after the Michigan House approved the Unlock Michigan citizens’ initiative. The action repeals the unconstitutional law Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used to make wide-ranging, unilateral executive orders in response to COVID-19:
Michigan House Communications and Technology Committee Chair Michele Hoitenga today criticized a high-speed internet directive unveiled by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and upcoming legislative plans to accompany it – saying the proposals replicate failed practices from other states and are “press fluff opportunities” that lack an action plan.
State Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, today issued the following statement on a recent Secretary of State policy shift which has eliminated walk-in services in favor of a new appointment-based system. Hoitenga currently serves on the House Oversight Committee, which will further explore the change over the next few weeks. The hearings will allow people to share their concerns as the Legislature examines critical services provided to residents through the state:
House Oversight Committee member Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, today issued the following statement after the committee heard testimony from former Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon. The committee subpoenaed Gordon to speak on a $155,000 payment as part of a separation agreement following his resignation from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration. The agreement […]
LANSING – Michigan residents and communities would be able to participate in Michigan’s growing solar economy under bipartisan legislation introduced today by state Reps. Michele Hoitenga (R-Manton) and Rachel Hood (D-Grand Rapids).
State Rep. Michele Hoitenga has formally asked for a federal investigation into the state’s controversial COVID-19 policies that have put nursing home residents and staff in danger.
Legislator renews commitment to expanding rural broadband for 2021-22 term State Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, has been appointed House Communications and Technology Committee Chair by Speaker Jason Wentworth – and the third term legislator will serve on three other House committees in the 2021-22 legislative term. Hoitenga, who represents people in Mecosta and Wexford […]
State Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, today said Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s rejection of funding to extend unemployment benefits will further families and job providers at a time of critical need.
State Rep. Michele Hoitenga, of Manton, today responded to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s recent order to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline by May 2021 – which carries 23 million gallons of crude oil and natural gas liquids daily that Michigan families and business owners rely on.
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