State Rep. Jaime Greene on Wednesday welcomed students from across Michigan to the state Capitol for a rally during Homeschool Week, which runs from Oct. 1 through Oct. 7.
Greene, R-Richmond, also sponsored the official resolution to declare Homeschool Week in the state of Michigan.
“It was such a privilege to celebrate the incredible dedication and commitment of so many home school families,” Greene said. “This week serves as an important reminder about the need for choice, flexibility, and individualized learning in our educational system. All parents have the right to take a direct role in their children’s learning and the freedom to make educational choices that best serve their children.”
House Resolution 141 was adopted by the House on Wednesday during Michigan Christian Homeschool Network’s Day at the Dome.
State Rep. Jaime Greene, R-Richmond, today issued the following statement after the Democrat chair of the House Education Committee called for new policies to require homeschool students to register with the government: “Requiring homeschool students to register with the state is an egregious violation of parental rights, an invasion of privacy, and an unwarranted government […]
Rep. Jaime Greene opposed Senate Bills 613-616 in a 2:30 a.m. vote last week. Michigan voters approved Proposal 1 in 2022 — a constitutional amendment to require legislators, the governor, and other state officials to report their personal finances — and Greene said the bills should require more detailed disclosure and tougher penalties.
State Rep. Jaime Greene, R-Richmond, on Friday issued the following statement after the Michigan Public Service Commission authorized DTE Energy to raise rates on customers by $368 million — a 6.4% increase. “This rate increase is a prelude to an even more ominous story. Behind this immediate financial blow lies a larger narrative of utility […]
State Rep. Jaime Greene today voted against legislation that fails to offer the transparency Michigan voters demanded through Proposal 1 of 2022. Michigan residents overwhelmingly supported Proposal 1, understanding the importance of revealing income sources and future job contracts to combat conflicts of interest in the state government. Greene, R-Richmond, gave a speech before the […]