Rep. Eric Leutheuser has scheduled a tele-town hall for Monday, August 31st – an opportunity for the residents of Hillsdale and Branch counties to ask questions, provide feedback and get an update on important events at the state Capitol.
The tele-town hall begins at 6 p.m. with Rep. Leutheuser providing a legislative update. To participate, callers should dial (855)-756-7520 then enter extension 64956# when prompted.
“I look forward to hearing what is on the minds of Hillsdale and Branch county residents,” Leutheuser said. “This is simply another avenue for folks to stay in touch and offer input on the important events facing southern Michigan.”
For those unable to participate next week, Leutheuser’s office is always reachable at 517.373.1794 or by email at [email protected].
Michigan’s new state budget plan has sailed through the Legislature with bipartisan support and should soon be signed in state law, Rep. Eric Leutheuser of Hillsdale said.
For more than five months now, one person – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer – has held unprecedented and virtually unchecked power over the daily lives of 10 million people in Michigan. And there’s no end in sight – the governor shows no intention of giving up her unilateral power anytime soon, and won’t say if and when she will restore the representative form of government our state and nation are built upon