Rep. Griffin talks about the visit to the state Capitol Tuesday of South Haven arcade owner Ralph Lucius, whose business, Rocket Arcade, has been shuttered by executive order for six months. Rep. Griffin says Lucius will likely lose his small business if his arcade is not allowed to reopen.
State Rep. Beth Griffin supported a bipartisan plan Wednesday to protect businesses, universities, non-profit organizations, child care centers and other Michigan job providers from becoming the target of unwarranted lawsuits related to COVID-19.
State Rep. Beth Griffin is demanding that the governor open the offices of the Unemployment Insurance Agency so that Michigan workers can speak directly with UIA representatives about the payments they have been promised.
Rep. Beth Griffin, of Mattawan, today announced a new state budget approved by the Michigan Legislature that protects support for K-12 schools, local communities and other shared top priorities of Southwest Michigan families.
Rep. Griffin talks about her new legislation that would penalize individuals who maliciously post private information about a law enforcement officer on the Internet. The Representative says the practice of doxing puts law enforcement and their families at risk. Rep. Griffin talked about the legislation after the annual September 11 commemoration in front of the […]