State Rep. Bradley Slagh, of Zeeland, issued the following statement regarding President Biden’s federal vaccine mandate:
“On January 20, the president pledged he would unite our divided country. Instead, he is now using questionable tactics to force millions of Americans to get a COVID-19 vaccine against their will. Increased federal requirements such as these put our country on a dangerously slippery slope, with the nagging question ‘what will they next require us to do that takes away more of our freedoms?’
“As your state representative, I will continue to oppose similar mandates here in the state of Michigan. However, as this is a federal mandate, I would encourage all my constituents who share similar concerns to contact U.S. Senators Stabenow and Peters. I am hoping that as more people contact them, they will encourage the president to abandon these misguided actions. If that doesn’t happen, I pray our federal courts will make the right decision and strike down the president’s proposal.”
State Rep. Bradley Slagh today announced that the final state budget approved by the Legislature Wednesday will include more than $1.1 million to address the growing groundwater shortage problem in Ottawa County.
State Rep. Bradley Slagh, of Zeeland, is joined by his guest, Holland Township Fire Chief Jim Kohsel, in front of the Capitol Building today for the annual Michigan House of Representatives 9-11 Memorial Ceremony.