Rep. Damoose says his focus on the state’s budget for the 2022 Fiscal Year that begins October 1 was on spending federal dollars wisely in areas where they would make a transformative difference.
Rep. Damoose talks about House passage Wednesday of HB 4722, which he says provides for a degree of local control while protecting property rights in the growing short-term rental sector of Michigan’s tourism economy. Rep. Damoose says the measure passed Wednesday, which was the 11th version of the legislation, reflected months of work on his […]
“The attack by these domestic terrorists — who claimed on video they were acting to implement Gov. Whitmer’s shutdown of Line 5 — is unconscionable. This action was a direct product of an irresponsible narrative being pushed by misguided extremists. Instead of threatening critical infrastructure that so many rely upon for their survival, we should work together for common-sense improvements like building the Great Lakes Tunnel.”
State Rep. John Damoose today announced three renovation projects in Northern Michigan and the Eastern Upper Peninsula will receive support from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.