Rep. Calley questions Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency Director Steve Gray on what she says is a culture of poor communication at the Agency that has a direct impact on the people she represents.
Rep. Calley talks about the fee reduction announced by the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association. The MCCA will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July 2, 2020. That is down from the current $220 per vehicle – a 55-percent savings and a direct result of reforms supported by Calley. Rep. Calley…
Rep. Calley speaks on the House floor on Thursday in support of her House Resolution 21, which declares February as American Heart Month in Michigan. Rep Calley says a sobering reality is that cardiovascular diseases are the number on killer of women in the United States.
Rep. Calley talks about her summer reading program for school kids in Ionia and Barry Counties. Children are encouraged to read as many books as they can through August. The titles of completed books and number of pages read can be recorded on a bookmark provided to the libraries by Rep. Calley or downloaded and printed…
Rep. Calley talks about the continuing need for the development of rural broadband across Michigan, saying Governor Snyder has signed an executive order to create a comprehensive plan for access to broadband services.
Rep. Calley looks ahead to next Tuesday’s State of the State Address, saying she hopes to hear about roads and skilled trades, while honoring a guest from her district.
Rep. Calley talks about her legislative priorities for 2018, including tax policy, improved mental health services and reduced auto insurance costs.