Rep. Allor to host second tele-town hall addressing upcoming school year and COVID-19

State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, will host a second tele-town hall to discuss the upcoming school year and planning for the safety of Northern Michigan students Thursday, July 30 at 6 p.m. “It’s important to keep the conversation going about what schools will look like this fall,” Allor said. “We will discuss concerns brought…

Rep. Allor: Return to Learn plan approved by Michigan House

Innovative plan implements robust distance learning, safety measures State Rep. Sue Allor today joined her colleagues in approving a plan that will focus on safety of Northern Michigan students as learning resumes in the fall. The House-Senate plan empowers local school districts and health departments to work together to develop health and safety standards that…

Legislators: Governor’s reopening plan is based on guesswork

Governor Whitmer’s press conference Wednesday left some Republican lawmakers frustrated at the lack of a solid plan for opening the state. “When asked for her data formula to advance to the next stage of reopening, she couldn’t provide it,” said Rep. Lynn Afendoulis, R—Grand Rapids Twp. “Her only answer was ‘it depends, it depends.’ It…

Rep. Allor: Governor Whitmer fails to work together – Again

Column by State Rep. Sue Allor For more than a month now, the growing concern over the threat of the coronavirus has dominated our daily lives – businesses are shuttered, classrooms are empty, and families and friends have been forced apart. There is no question COVID-19 has caused an enormous amount of disruption for all…

Rep. Allor announces regional, safety-based approach to get Michiganders back to work

State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, today said she supports a regional, safety-focused approach to restarting Michigan’s economy and re-establishing a semblance of normalcy in the COVID-19 era. House Republicans on Monday unveiled a blueprint to help move the state toward a rolling restart – an approach based on the prevalence and risk factors of…

Rep. Allor Opposes Governor’s 70-Day Extension

State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, today expressed support for the House having extended Michigan’s state of emergency until May 1 – a decision she said is in the best interest of Michiganders as the state continues to combat COVID-19. Today’s measure is separate from the Governor’s “shelter in place” order. “The coronavirus has swept…

Rep. Allor responds to first COVID-19 case in Iosco

State Rep. Sue Allor today advised families of the 106th District to stay vigilant but calm after the first case of coronavirus was confirmed in the area. The state announced an additional 507 cases today, which brings the total number of confirmed to 2,295 – one of those cases is in Iosco County. “It’s definitely…

Rep. Allor responds to governor’s stay- at-home order, COVID-19

State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, issued the following statement after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer delivered her Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order: “I understand how confusing it is right now for our friends, family members, and neighbors in Northeast Michigan as we work to slow the spread of the coronavirus. I know this is unlike…