State Rep. Steve Carra, of Three Rivers, was sworn in today for his first term as a Michigan state representative by House Clerk Gary Randall. The 101st Michigan Legislature today began session following the swearing-in ceremony.
“Throughout the course of our nation’s history, power has continued to transfer to fewer and fewer hands. In order to preserve the remaining values and ideals our nation was founded upon, it’s incumbent on us to return the blessings of liberty back to the people,” Carra said. “With this responsibility, I take an oath to uphold and defend the United States and Michigan constitutions and to represent the people of the 59th District and our Southwest Michigan values to the best of my ability.”
Located in Southwest Michigan, the 59th District encompasses the entirety of St. Joseph County and most of Cass County, including the city of Dowagiac and the townships of Calvin, Jefferson, LaGrange, Marcellus, Mason, Newberg, Penn, Pokagon, Porter, Volinia and Wayne.
Rep. Carra’s office can be reached at (517) 373-0832 or [email protected].
Rep. Carra calls on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to revoke a more than $155,000 taxpayer-funded “hush money” contract with former state health department director Robert Gordon, who resigned last month, while asking for more clarity on the state’s nursing home policies over the last year.
State Rep. Steve Carra, of Three Rivers, is calling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to revoke a more than $155,000 taxpayer-funded “hush money” contract with former state health department director Robert Gordon, who resigned last month under questionable circumstances.