State Rep. Ann Bollin, R-Brighton Township, completed her fifth consecutive year in office with perfect attendance, taking part in all 586 roll call votes held in the House in 2023.
“Perfect attendance is something I always strive for, because it’s my duty to ensure the voices of the people I represent are heard in every decision that is made,” Bollin said.
Bollin was first elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in 2018. She represents the 49th House District, which spans portions of Livingston and western Oakland counties. It includes the cities of Brighton, Walled Lake, Wixom and a portion of Novi, as well as Brighton Township, Green Oak Township, and portions of Commerce and Lyon townships.
For the 2023-24 legislative term, Bollin is serving on the House Appropriations Committee, which handles the state budget. She also serves as the Republican vice chair on the General Government Appropriations subcommittee and is also a member of the Department of Health and Human Services and Corrections subcommittees.
The 2024 legislative session kicked off today, with the House meeting for the first time since two House Democrats were elected to other positions. The House now has 54 Republicans and 54 Democrats until after special elections are held to fill the vacant seats in April.
“While the agenda for the year still hasn’t been set, my hope is that we’ll see greater cooperation and more of a willingness to listen to representatives from all areas of our state,” Bollin said. “The state budget process will kick off soon, and I will continue to focus on my work to eliminate fraud and abuse of tax dollars. After the governor spent our entire $9 billion surplus in 2023, it’s important to make sure that future budgets respect taxpayers and use their hard-earned tax dollars in a sustainable manner.”
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