State Rep. Graham Filler of DeWitt, right, recognized the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks by presenting pins and a tribute to the Gratiot County Sheriff’s Office.
“Law enforcement has a hard job, diving headfirst into the toughest possible situations and trying to protect the public,” Filler said. “I deeply believe the words on the plaque, that a safe country is a strong country.”
“It’s critically important that we all work together to move our state forward safely as this pandemic continues to linger,” said Filler, of DeWitt. “Keeping people healthy remains my priority. It’s also vital to make sure the unemployment checks out-of-work Michiganders are relying on to feed their families don’t come to a sudden, screeching halt.”
State Rep. Graham Filler said hundreds of thousands of Michigan residents could soon have the opportunity to clear their records of old criminal convictions and set themselves up for future success, as the Legislature is slated to approve a bipartisan plan to reform Michigan’s expungement laws.
Hundreds of thousands of Michigan residents could soon have a new opportunity to clear their records of old criminal convictions, thanks to a bipartisan expungement reform plan recently approved by the Legislature.
State Rep. Graham Filler today helped lead the Michigan House in approving a bipartisan plan 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.