State Rep. Phil Green, of Millington, today introduced a measure to prohibit voting machines from being connected to the internet from the time the polls open until the results have been tabulated for that precinct.
Green said this this measure will ensure public confidence in our electoral process.
“There’s nothing more important to our democracy than the security and integrity of our elections process,” Green said. “Ensuring that voting machines are not connected to the internet until all votes have been counted reduces the possibility of hacking and altering vote counts.”
Rep. Green’s bill, House Bill 4838, was referred to the House Elections and Ethics Committee for consideration.
State Rep. Phil Green, R-Millington, today issued the following statement criticizing the governor’s call for a sales tax suspension on school supplies after previously vetoing three bipartisan tax relief plans passed by the Legislature:
The state House today approved a comprehensive plan that Rep. Phil Green (R-Millington) helped author to improve the state’s child welfare system. The plan includes several measures instituting critical changes to correct areas where the adoption and foster care system is falling short.
Rep. Green talks about House passage this week of a package of legislation, including a bill he authored, designed to update the state’s foster care and adoption laws. Rep. Green says adoption, foster care and providing treatment all make up an important part of his Tuscola county district. Many of the ideas that came to […]