Rep. Frederick talks about House passage Wednesday of an amended version of his snow day legislation, which will allow schools to not count closures during a governor-declared state of emergency against their allowed number of snow days. The bill now goes to the Senate for a second time in an effort to make sure the legislation takes effect this school year.
State Rep. Ben Frederick of Owosso this week joined the Michigan House in overwhelmingly approving a plan for the state’s new K-12 budget, with a 103-2 vote. He issued the following statement:
State Rep. Ben Frederick today said local medical facilities and other care providers are eligible to apply for grant funding to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) and protect patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.