State Rep. TC Clements, of Temperance, issued the following response to the governor’s State of the State Address this evening:
“While I’m glad the governor said she would work with the Legislature to help Michigan’s economic recovery, I was disappointed that she failed to discuss a specific plan for reopening our state. Her words lacked substantive and specific details. Details are what Michigan families and workers are desperate and yearning for. Details for business owners who are about to lose everything. Details for restaurant owners who are on the verge of collapse. Details for students who want nothing more than to return to school and activities with their peers. It’s not enough to say she has a road to recovery planned, we need a road map.”
LANSING, Mich. — A bipartisan group of legislators today announced the introduction of the Michigan Cannabis Safety Act, legislation that updates Michigan’s medical cannabis laws to help promote access to tested, tracked and labeled cannabis products for all Michiganders.
State Rep. TC Clements, of Temperance, today issued the following statement after the governor announced her police officer retention and recruitment plan, which closely mirrors an existing plan announced by House Republicans earlier this year:
State Reps. Graham Filler, Mike Mueller and TC Clements today denounced a dangerous new policy implemented by the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office that the lawmakers say could embolden criminals and put the public at risk.