“Despite Republican pushback, Gov. Whitmer frivolously spent $1.7 billion of the taxpayer’s money to lure Ford’s new EV plant to Michigan, but even that couldn’t camouflage the challenging business environment she and her Democrat colleagues have created. Their radical policies have introduced additional bureaucratic hurdles and labor costs for job providers.”
State Rep. Dale Zorn (R-Onsted) today criticized Democrat-sponsored proposals that would repeal health, safety, and reporting standards for abortion clinics, pay for elective abortions with taxpayer funds, eliminate informed consent requirements, and permit partial-birth abortion, an extremely unpopular late-term abortion procedure. House Bills 4949-4959, the so-called “Reproductive Health Act” that was considered by the House […]
Rep. Dale Zorn voted “no” today against the proposed state budget brought to the House floor after weeks of review in a special conference committee. “As the longest current serving legislator, I have never seen a budget process this rushed and with this little input from elected officials,” Zorn said. “We were given almost no […]
Rep. Dale Zorn is spearheading a plan to honor Darrian Young, a local animal control officer who was killed while on duty. Young tragically lost her life at the age of 24 when her vehicle was struck by an intoxicated driver in June 2020. Zorn’s measure, House Bill 4158 would rename a portion of M-50 […]
LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Joseph Bellino and Rep. Dale Zorn recently introduced legislation in a set of double bills that would give Michigan farmers the right to repair their own equipment and tractors. “This is about standing up for our local farming families and making sure they have the tools they need to fix their […]
Rising crime rates demand funding for officer recruitment and retention Rep. Dale Zorn, voted against the Democrat -majority proposed budget last week citing lack of transparency in negotiations and funding for police that was meant to tackle recruitment and retention challenges amid a rise in crime throughout the state and the overall unsustainability of this […]
State Rep. Dale Zorn criticized Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel for attempting to block a permanent income tax cut that should soon take effect for Michiganders and small businesses.
State Rep. Dale Zorn today celebrated advancing legislation that cuts taxes for retirees and working families across Michigan while also allowing the automatic income tax cut to kick in and put more in the pockets of every single Michigander.
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