State Rep. Graham Filler has been appointed to a key role helping determine the policy priorities of Michigan House Republicans for the upcoming 2021-22 legislative session.
Filler, of DeWitt, was appointed co-chair of the Policy Action Plan Committee by Speaker-elect Jason Wentworth. The temporary panel will help collect policy ideas to help build the House Republican action plan for the next two years.
“I thank Speaker-elect Wentworth and the people in our local communities for trusting me to serve,” Filler said. “This is a critical time, and it’s incredibly important for us to have a transparent and sensible policy plan in place that will help us tackle Michigan’s biggest challenges and move us forward to better days ahead.”
State Rep. Steve Johnson of Wayland will co-chair the committee, which is made up of both returning and incoming state legislators.
State Rep. Graham Filler, a member of the House Agriculture Committee, this week listened to testimony from 4-H kids and community fair organizers about the detrimental impact COVID-19 restrictions could have on young people if fairs and 4-H programs are not allowed to offer in-person activities this year.
State Rep. Graham Filler is conducting a tour of restaurants and other establishments in Clinton County and southern Gratiot County – supporting local businesses and the many people they employ while advocating for the safe transition to normal capacity limits.
State Rep. Graham Filler today sent a letter to the director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services calling on the department to reconsider a complete ban on smoking at cigar bars, hookah lounges and tobacco specialty retail stores in Michigan.
State Rep. Graham Filler today praised the efforts of local health care professionals who are working hard to facilitate the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine and offered helpful information for residents waiting to receive their shots.