House Oversight Committee Chair Steve Johnson talks about the Committee’s meeting Thursday to hear from student athletes and families impacted by the ban on most winter high school sports.
“I’m happy to hear that the governor wants to change course and start working with her partners in the Legislature. While that’s a very different approach than the one she has taken over the past year, it’s certainly a welcome change.
House Appropriations Committee Chair Thomas Albert talks about the House Republican COVID relief plan unveiled Wednesday that initially provides about $3.5 billion in federal and state funds to help struggling job providers and families.
“As we begin the new year, I appreciate the governor’s call to work on a bipartisan basis as it is important to keep Michiganders safe and promote policies that will help Michigan’s economy recover by supporting small businesses and the employees who depend of them.
Rep. Whiteford, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, talks about the subcommittee’s work on human trafficking at its meeting Wednesday morning, and says she will continue her focus on getting shelter and services for human trafficking victims.
State Rep. Ken Borton, of Gaylord, today called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to end her suspension of winter contact sports – a move that would allow student-athletes in schools across Michigan to stay fit. Borton said sports conducted by the Michigan High School Athletic Association play a critical role in shaping the character and development […]