State Rep. Pamela Hornberger, R-Chesterfield Township, issued the following statement after the Great Lakes Water Authority water main break left thousands of rate payers without access to clean water:
“Simply put, the rate payers are not receiving the services they have paid for, and the Great Lakes Water Authority owes them answers. The people deserve to know when that pipe was last inspected and by whom; how regularly inspections occur; why nothing of concern was found during the last inspection; and who will be paying for the repairs. GLWA has failed to keep up its infrastructure and thus failed to serve the communities that rely on it.
“Bridges and roads continue to be in constant disrepair under the Whitmer administration – and now, this water infrastructure crisis could take two weeks to fix. The governor’s campaign motto hasn’t amounted to much since 2018. Perhaps she doesn’t plan to start until 2023.”
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger (R-Chesterfield Township) is working to protect child abuse victims from reliving trauma during forensic investigations and court proceedings. A bipartisan plan she helped introduce in June would require a child’s initial testimony to be recorded, preventing him or her from testifying multiple times and reliving the event each time.
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger issued the following statement regarding the Legislature’s motion to intervene in Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit to establish a right to an abortion under the Michigan Constitution:
State Rep. Pamela Hornberger, chair of the House Education Committee, has spearheaded a funding plan that would deliver immediate funding to help Oxford Community Schools in its continued efforts to recover from the November tragedy.