Rep. Wakeman talks about House passage of several measures to continue protecting and helping Michigan families during the remainder of the COVID-19 pandemic.
State Rep. Rodney Wakeman’s plan bringing clarity and uniformity to the construction industry regarding the installation and maintenance of low-voltage electric fences was recently signed into Michigan law by the governor.
Our state has been through a lot of adversity over the past several months, but people’s needs don’t stop. Even in these unprecedented and challenging times, I am committed to protecting investments in what matters most to Saginaw County families and residents across Michigan.
“It was imperative that the Legislature immediately take up certain coronavirus-related measures previously included in executive orders that were nullified due to the Supreme Court ruling,” Wakeman said. “Continuation of unemployment benefits is one of many pieces we had to put back in place before displaced workers lose the help they have already been receiving.”
State Rep. Rodney Wakeman, of Saginaw Township, today announced a new state budget approved by the Michigan House on Wednesday that provides increased funding for K-12 schools, Pure Michigan and local communities and other shared top priorities of Saginaw County families.