Rep. Hauck speaks on the House floor Thursday afternoon, prior to House passage of his legislation in a bi-partisan package of bills that would end the policy requiring all 17-year-olds to be treated as adults in Michigan’s criminal justice system. Including 17-year-olds in the juvenile system has been shown to reduce reoffending by 34 percent, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Prosecutors will continue to have some discretion, allowing them to waive minors who commit violent crimes into the adult system when appropriate.
Bill creates deferral for those impacted by COVID-19 shutdown, dam flooding State Rep. Roger Hauck, of Union Township, on Wednesday voted to advance a proposal granting more flexibility for 2020 summer property taxes. Senate Bill 943 provides local governments with an option to grant temporary deferrals – penalty and interest-free – to local property owners. […]
A plan spearheaded by state Rep. Roger Hauck to protect Michigan residents from the practice of surprise medical billing has been approved by the Michigan House. Surprise medical bills typically stem from a disagreement between a patient’s insurer and an out-of-network medical provider, leaving the patient stuck with the bill. Patients often either do not […]