We have officially reached the point in each two-year cycle where the holidays are upon us, elections are over, and legislators return to Lansing for a last chance at voting on bills before the next legislative term begins.
Wednesday, Sept 28, 2022 I voted YES on SB 452 (Sen. Victory) would amend the Michigan Vehicle Code to require the Secretary of State (SOS) to charge a fixed price per 1,000 records for the sale of lists or other bulk records available for purchase from the department. EXPLANATION: This would ensure that the costs […]
Wednesday, Sept 21, 2022 I voted YES on HBs 5732 and 5772 (Rep. Brann and Rep. Martin) would amend the Michigan Vehicle Code, Revised Judicature Act, Sheriffs Act, and the Michigan Liquor Control Code to reduce the current Justice System Fund assessment that funds the program and instead replace it with a permanent funding source […]
Rep. Steve Carra and the House on Wednesday approved House Bill 6354, co-sponsored by Carra, to stop a burdensome and unfair order from the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) that will threaten hunters with criminal penalties when bow season begins Oct. 1.
For far too long, the government has felt a need to intrude in the lives and homes of everyday Americans. Two of the largest problems that I have seen in Lansing are a willingness to solve issues by infringing on rights and that politicians seem to reward failure for action within various departments. With these problems in mind, I decided to draft and submit two bills yesterday during session that seek to pull back the government from invading God-given rights.
Thursday, June 30th I voted NO on HB 5291 (Rep. O’Malley) would create a Maritime and Post Facility Assistance Grant Program for the expansion and creation of public and private ports within the state and creates the Maritime and Port Facility Assistance Office within the Michigan Department of Transportation. EXPLANATION: This bill will create more […]
The act of abortion has been legislated in the past, most notably in Michigan with the 1931 law that stated the administration of drugs meant to induce an abortion is a felony. However, this law has been compromised since the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision.
Tuesday, June 14th I voted NO on HB 5042 (Rep. VanWoerkom) would amend the Child Care Organizations Act by requiring an applicant for a child care center license to disclose the ownership interest in the child care center. EXPLANATION: Further requirements place a barrier on child care services. PASSED: 96-8 I voted YES on HB […]
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