State Rep. Matt Hall, of Marshall, this week led an effort to protect the privacy of citizens throughout Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties by opposing profound government overreach from the Biden administration. Hall co-sponsored House Resolution 174, which formally rejects a proposal that would allow the Internal Revenue Service to monitor bank accounts of private citizens. […]
State Rep. Graham Filler of DeWitt recently presented Chaplain Carl Hyzer with a flag flown over the state Capitol to thank Hyzer for running the Reach the Forgotten jail ministry program in Clinton County. The program focuses on helping incarcerated people develop healthy family church, and community relationships.
The Senate Health Policy and Human Services Committee on Thursday approved legislation from state Rep. Sue Allor to protect people’s civil liberties by banning the use of government-issuing COVID-19 vaccine passports. House Bill 4667 prohibits government entities in Michigan from issuing, producing or requiring a vaccine passport. The plan would prevent government entities in […]
House Oversight Committee Chairman Steve Johnson (R-Wayland) today said a committee hearing on elevated lead levels in Benton Harbor’s drinking water illuminated serious safety concerns for the community while the governor’s administration ignored pleas from city officials for more funding to help fix the problem.
State Rep. Ann Bollin and the Michigan House this week adopted a resolution opposing a Biden administration proposal that would allow the Internal Revenue Service to monitor bank accounts of private citizens.
Rep. O’Malley talks about committee passage this week of his House Bill 5291, which would establish the Port Facility Improvement Grant program for the expansion and creation of public and private ports within the state. The plan also creates the Maritime and Port Facility Improvement office within the Michigan Department of Transportation. The measure is […]
House Oversight Committee Chairman Steve Johnson (R-Wayland) today said an update from the Office of the Auditor General on unreported COVID-19 deaths due to COVID-19 creates more questions going forward.
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Steve Johnson talks about Thursday’s committee meeting that heard from Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy Director Liesl Clark and Benton Harbor Mayor Marcus Muhammad on Benton Harbor’s lead-contaminated water. Rep. Johnson says he was concerned that it was only at the committee meeting that state officials said Benton […]