Rep. Miller speaks on the House floor Tuesday afternoon, prior to the chamber’s passage of his HB 4325, which codifies the existing code of practice for licensed professional counselors in Michigan. The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs was considering changing those regulations, a move that would effectively prohibit LPCs from making diagnoses in their practices.
“Requiring masks for competing athletes across the board is senseless. I would like to know what data the governor believes supports the notion that masks are necessary in athletics, especially to protect those competing in sports where athletes are already physically distanced from one another, such as golf, tennis, or cross country.
$1.3 billion plan implements robust distance learning, safety measures State Rep. Aaron Miller, chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on School Aid, today joined House and Senate colleagues in unveiling a plan to ensure the safety of Michigan students as learning resumes in the fall. The House-Senate plan, announced this morning during a Capitol press […]
State Rep. Aaron Miller today supported a plan to rectify the governor’s fatal error that contributed to the COVID-related deaths of nearly 2,000 nursing home residents. The mandate to put COVID-19 patients into long-term care facilities alongside uninfected residents was decided by the governor alone, without any legislative input. “What Gov. Whitmer’s nursing home policy […]
A lot of people crack jokes about how northern Indiana is in my district—places like LaGrange, Shipshewana, Topeka, Howe, Middlebury, Elkhart—but it really is a thing down here. Michiana, as our border region is affectionately well-known, is a bastion for manufacturing, a nest of Midwestern small-town values, and the heart of Amish Country for Michigan […]