State Rep. Steve Carra today informed constituents that he voted in every House of Representatives floor vote in 2021.
“I am showing up and standing up for Southwest Michigan values,” said Carra, of Three Rivers. “The people of Cass and St. Joseph counties know they are represented by someone who works for limited government and defends their freedom.”
In the Legislature, Carra is the House majority vice-chair of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, a key panel tasked with reviewing administrative regulations. He also serves on the House committees on Agriculture, Financial Services and Transportation.
In 2021, Carra regularly met with constituents at public office hour events in both Cass and St. Joseph counties. Carra said office hours are an important way for him to be accessible in the community so he can hear from local residents and better represent them.
Carra said people can contact his office with any questions or concerns by calling 517-373-0832 or emailing [email protected].
Carra represents the 59th House District, which includes all of St. Joseph County and the city of Dowagiac and the townships of Calvin, Jefferson, LaGrange, Marcellus, Mason, Newberg, Penn, Pokagon, Porter, Volinia and Wayne in Cass County.
State Rep. Steve Carra today celebrated a decision by the U.S. Supreme Court against the Biden administration’s unconstitutional workplace mandate requiring millions of workers to be vaccinated or regularly tested for COVID-19.
After an independent report revealed that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) issued about $8.5 billion in payments on fraudulent claims over a 19-month period, state Rep. Steve Carra today blasted the governor and her administration for missing such a high volume of fraudulent cases.
State Rep. Steve Carra today reiterated his unequivocal support for the constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms, expressing his staunch opposition to gun control legislation proposed in the Michigan House of Representatives and Senate.