State Rep. Gina Johnsen, at right, on Wednesday took the ceremonial oath of office as a state representative in the Michigan House. Clerk Gary Randall administered the oath in the state Capitol in Lansing. Joining Johnsen at the event were John Scheppele, Ken Hyatt, legislative staffers Josh Haley and Robin Stearns, of Saranac; and Jasper and Diane Miles of Nashville.
Johnsen said she looks forward to listening to the concerns of her constituents while working to restore people’s constitutional freedoms, improve K-12 education, and strengthen Michigan’s economy.
The 78th District legislator represents people living in Kent, Ionia, Barry and Eaton counties.
“On Tuesday, we saw the people of Keene Township clearly and loudly object to proposed solar ordinances that would have drastically increased the development of solar farms in my district. Yet Lansing Democrats continue to push for radical, costly and unnecessarily rushed energy mandates similar to ones that have resulted to rolling blackouts in California.”
State Rep. Gina Johnsen (R-Lake Odessa) issued the following statement holding Michigan House Democrats accountable for the implications of their proposed surrogacy laws. The plan has been rushed through the legislative process and is expected to receive a committee vote tomorrow, just days after the plan was introduced: “I’m troubled by this proposal, because I […]
House Bill 5132 and Senate Bill 584 would make Michigan a Second Amendment sanctuary state, meaning state law prohibits the enforcement of gun control measures that violate the Second Amendment rights of its citizens.