As we embark on a new school year that follows statewide school closures and the global pandemic, we must ensure K-12 students are safe, parents are informed, and schools and teachers are empowered to provide continued quality education for our young people. Click Here for High-Res PDF.
This proposal contains our suggestions for the best way forward to prioritize public safety and make responsible, scientific decisions to guide Michigan’s comeback.
This comprehensive list includes the essential services that are included under the governor’s “Stay Home, Stay Safe” executive order. Executive Order 2020-21 CISA Guidelines
Attached below is a document regarding the current state and federal resources available to small-business owners and workers due to the coronavirus pandemic. Document Links: https://www.michiganbusiness.org/covid19/https://www.michiganbusiness.org/https://sbdcmichigan.org/small-business-covid19/https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Information/PaperForms
Our 2019-20 budget plan invests more in schools, roads and other essential services without tax increases. The people of Michigan deserve a government that continues to run efficiently and effectively, delivering the services we all depend on.
A series of bipartisan bills to give local communities more flexibility to fix local roads and develop smarter ways to improve roads with current funding.
A sweeping bipartisan plan to reform Michigan’s expungement laws and remove barriers to employment for reformed offenders.
Details on the historic bipartisan agreement to reform Michigan’s broken no-fault insurance system.
The Michigan House has approved a landmark plan to reform our state’s no-fault car insurance system.