State Rep. Ann Bollin today issued the following statement following Gov. Whitmer’s 2024 State of the State address:
“Over the last year, Gov. Whitmer prioritized politically motivated policies and refused to focus on the broader issues confronting people here at home.
“Michigan is currently facing significant challenges; income levels of residents are falling below the national average and the cost of everyday living expenses are on the rise. Our communities are also struggling, with critical infrastructure, especially local roads and bridges, in need of urgent attention.
“Building a thriving Michigan requires a commitment to safe, accessible healthcare; across-the-board tax cuts to make life more affordable; responsible budgeting that puts people first and focuses on critical infrastructure and improving the fundamentals in our education system.
Resolution, invocation encourage thoughtful speech, compassion for others State Rep. Ann Bollin, R-Brighton Township, continues to advocate for an end to hateful speech and divisive rhetoric, this week voting in favor of a resolution denouncing words designed to fuel hate and division. Bollin also offered an inspirational invocation to kick off House session on Wednesday, […]
State Rep. Ann Bollin, R-Brighton Township, a member of the House Appropriations Committee, issued the following statement today following the Whitmer administration’s budget presentation: “While the governor paints a rosy picture with her budget, beneath the surface lies a stark reality: Most of the new programs she has proposed only benefit a select few. I […]
One year after plan was introduced, bills have seen no movement State Rep. Ann Bollin, R-Brighton Township, today called upon the Speaker of the House to advance the comprehensive bipartisan school safety plan that was introduced a year ago. The legislation resulted from a bipartisan task force the House of Representatives created after the Oxford […]
State Rep. Ann Bollin today highlighted her commitment to government efficiency while announcing that she returned 3% of her 2023 office budget allotment back to the state of Michigan. This represents a savings of $3,915.53 from the budget state representatives are allotted to run their legislative office and manage district affairs. In her five years […]