Genesee County legislators this week hosted some of their legislative colleagues for a tour. The group met with Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley and other officials to discuss local efforts to revitalize neighborhoods, nurture new businesses and create jobs for Genesee County residents. From left: Rep. Amos O’Neal (D-Saginaw), Sen. Ken Horn (R-Frankenmuth), Rep. David Martin (R-Davison), Rep. Mike Mueller (R-Linden), Rep. Stephanie Young (D-Detroit), Rep. Cynthia Neeley (D-Flint), Rep. John Cherry (D-Flint), Rep. Graham Filler (R-DeWitt), Rep. Tim Sneller (D-Burton), and Rep. Andrew Beeler (R-Port Huron).
State Rep. Andrew Beeler, of Port Huron, on Tuesday testified before the House Committee on Regulatory Reform in support of his bipartisan plan to help Michigan drivers by updating guidelines and authorizing additional options for vehicle loan and lease protection.
Rep. Beeler says his conversations with local and family business owners lead him to believe that shopping close to home for both Thanksgiving and Christmas is crucial this year in the Thumb and Bluewater areas.
State Rep. Andrew Beeler, of Port Huron, today said recent comments by the Detroit Public Schools superintendent demonstrate the need for Beeler’s plan to prohibit discriminatory teaching in public school K-12 curriculum.
Some constituents have called my office with questions about my bill to ban race and gender stereotyping in K-12 classrooms. Here is my floor speech on the bill (HB 5097) which hopefully answers questions and provides more context in the nature of this bill.
Never hesitate to call my office at 517-373-0835 with any questions.