State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township would like to welcome a young adult from Livingston County to join her office as a Legislative Intern.
“It’s an honor to represent Livingston County,” Rep Bollin said. “I would be honored to have another voice from our community join my office in Lansing.”
The unpaid internship would provide a firsthand experience assisting with legislation, communications, constituent affairs, and general office management.
Residents interested in applying may contact Rep. Bollin’s office by calling (517) 373-1784 or by email at [email protected].
State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township issued the following statement after Court of Claims Judge Cynthia Stephens ordered that the Legislature may intervene in the case of Michigan Alliance for Retired Americans v. Michigan Secretary of State/State of Michigan:
State Rep. Ann Bollin today helped the Legislature approve a new state budget plan, overcoming the financial challenges posed by COVID-19 and protecting funding for priorities like education, roads and the essential services provided by local communities.
Rep. Bollin talks about the Michigan Legislature filing a renewed motion to intervene in a lawsuit against the Secretary of State, fighting a Court of Claims decision that would require local clerks to count ballots received in the mail up to two weeks after Election Day.