State Rep. Thomas Albert, chair of the House Corrections Appropriation Subcommittee, asks a question during Monday’s committee meeting at the Cotton Correctional Facility in Jackson. The committee heard a presentation from the Michigan Department of Corrections detailing the governor’s budget recommendations for the department. Following the meeting, committee members toured the Charles Egeler Reception and Guidance Center, where all inmates are sent to be evaluated upon their entry into Michigan’s prison system, and the Duane Waters Health Center.
State Rep. Thomas Albert today led the Michigan House in approving a bipartisan plan to protect businesses, non-profit organizations, child care centers and other Michigan job providers from becoming the target of unwarranted lawsuits related to COVID-19.
Rep. Albert talks about his HB 6030, which establishes liability standards for claims alleging exposure to COVID-19 while precluding liability if conduct complies with orders and regulations. Rep. Albert says the goal of the plan is to weed out bad actors.
Rep. Albert talks about House passage Wednesday of his HB 6030, which establishes liability standards for claims alleging exposure to COVID-19 at Michigan businesses or organizations. The Representative says the plans protects small businesses and the people who work there,while making sure bad actors are held accountable.
State Rep. Thomas Albert today supported a plan to rectify the governor’s fatal error that may have contributed to the COVID-related deaths of at least some of the nearly 2,000 nursing home residents who have died in Michigan. Albert, of Lowell, said the mandate to put COVID-19 patients into long-term care facilities alongside uninfected residents […]