Today, State Rep. Steve Johnson of Wayland was appointed by Speaker-elect Jason Wentworth to serve as co-chair for the Republican Policy Action Plan Committee for the 2021-2022 legislative term. This provides a unique opportunity to shape the Republican agenda of helping working class families, providing opportunities for every student, and protecting our individual liberties. Rep. Johnson will serve as co-chair alongside Rep. Graham Filler.
“It is an honor to lead the Republican Policy Action Plan Committee,” Johnson said. “The House Republican caucus has been the caucus of big ideas and bold solutions. I am committed to ensuring the House Republican Action Plan focuses on helping working class families, holds government accountable, and is fiscally responsible. I look forward to working with my colleagues to develop a plan that puts people over politics.”
Rep. Johnson currently serves as vice chair of the House Communications & Technologies Committee, as well as sits on the Judiciary, Tax Policy, Oversight, and Joint Committee on Administrative Rules. He will be entering his third and final term serving the 72nd House District, which includes Dorr, Leighton, Wayland and Gaines Townships as well as the cities of Kentwood and Wayland.
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced today that she would be increasing the amount of available office appointment slots by 350,000, allowing walk-in visits for disability placards, and permitting walk-in visits for other purposes if there is an opening.
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Steve Johnson says the Secretary of State’s announcement Tuesday that she is increasing the amount of available office appointment slots by 350,000, allowing walk-in visits for disability placards, and permitting walk-in visits for other purposes if there is an opening follows some of the suggestions offered by the committee in […]
House Oversight Committee Chair Steve Johnson talks about Thursday’s committee hearing with Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson. Rep. Johnson says the appointment-only policy adopted by the Secretary for in-person branch office visits is leading to wait times not of minutes, but months.