State Rep. Joe Bellino of Monroe was joined by his wife, Peggy, at the state Capitol Tuesday for the annual State of the State address.
“The people of Michigan need more than canned promises – they need results,” Bellino said. “We need to build up our skilled workforce – with training, with jobs, and with social supports, like opioid addiction care, that will put more of our kids in high quality careers at home.”
Rep. Bellino represents residents in portions of Monroe and Wayne counties.
Since Michigan students were sent home at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in March, the question arose: What would fall look like for our schools? What would students and teachers face in a new academic year? It was a question in Michigan and all across the country.
The Michigan House today unanimously approved Rep. Joe Bellino’s bipartisan plan to help with the rehabilitation of former offenders and assist them in finding gainful, steady employment while assuming the responsibility of citizenship.
State Rep. Joe Bellino, of Monroe, today joined his colleagues in approving a bipartisan plan for the state’s Fiscal Year 2021 K-12 budget – one that won’t raise taxes or grow state government.
State Rep. Joe Bellino, of Monroe, today honored Darrian Young, who served as Monroe County Sheriff’s Office animal control officer, during a special memorial service at the state Capitol.