Rep. Brandt Iden today issued the following statement after the Michigan House approved his legislation (House Bill 4816) related to regional event centers:
“This is an important measure to help Kalamazoo County – and other locations in Michigan – continue to build on the state’s economic momentum. Conventions, concerts, and other special events are a key part of tourism and bringing people to downtown areas. Some other counties in Michigan already have tools available to fund the centers needed to host these events. This legislation simply gives municipalities the same opportunity for development that other communities in Michigan already have.”
The Michigan House today unanimously approved Rep. Brandt Iden’s bipartisan plan to help with the rehabilitation of former offenders and assist them in finding employment while assuming the responsibilities of citizenship.
State Rep. Brandt Iden today emphasized that a new executive order related to education during coronavirus-forced school building closures provides several options to help students continue learning remotely. The bipartisan agreement was crafted between the Legislature and Gov. Whitmer, and is reflected in the governor’s new executive order. The order closes all public and private […]
A bipartisan plan allowing collegiate student-athletes in Michigan to receive fair outside compensation for their name, image and likeness was approved today by the state House. The legislation from state Reps. Brandt Iden (R-Oshtemo Township) and Joe Tate (D-Detroit) stresses free market principles and civil liberties while addressing overly strict and unfair NCAA rules. Iden’s […]
PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Brandt Iden welcomes Greg Vlietstra, deputy director of Central County Transportation Authority, at Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s State of the State address. Rep. Iden represents part of Kalamazoo County, which includes Portage, Oshtemo, Schoolcraft, Vicksburg and Texas Township