Rep. Filler speaks on the House floor Thursday, prior to passage of a nearly $370 million appropriations bill to support public safety. Rep. Filler says government needs to renew its effort to recruit and retain law enforcement officers.
“Winning this investment is a huge deal for mid-Michigan. Other parts of the country were pursuing GM hard for this investment – and by offering the right incentives, we were able to secure 1,700 new jobs that will have ripple effects on smaller suppliers, restaurants and mom and pop shops in our entire region.
State Rep. Graham Filler today praised the efforts of Clinton County and the Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) to get grants into the hands of small businesses throughout the county that were hurt by COVID shutdowns.