State Rep. Tom Kuhn, at right, today 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. Also pictured are Kuhn’s wife, Sherry; son, Robert; and Robert’s finance, Gabrielle Harwell.
Kuhn said he will work hard every day to preserve people’s freedoms and enact sound, common-sense reforms to help improve the lives of his constituents.
The first-term legislator represents the 57th House District, which includes portions of Madison Heights, Sterling Heights, and Troy.
“Lead poisoning is a grave concern in Michigan, and these bills will make a profound impact on our state’s children,” said Kuhn, of Troy. “By detecting lead exposure early on, we can initiate timely solutions and ultimately prevent the devastating long-term effects of lead toxicity.
Michigan Democrats have recently proposed an extreme legislative package that would willingly endanger so many southeastern Michigan residents that it’s difficult to believe it’s real. But it is. A series of Democratic bills are set to potentially release some of Michigan’s most dangerous criminals currently serving time for murders, rapes, vicious assaults, terrorist acts, delivery […]
State Rep. Tom Kuhn today voted against a proposed amendment of the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act – highlighting a lack of protection for girls’ and women’s sports as well as for religious freedom. The state’s Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act prohibits discrimination in Michigan based on “religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, familial […]