State Rep. John Roth today voted to advance a budget plan that puts students, workers, families and communities throughout northern Michigan in a better position to thrive. Roth specifically highlighted education funding within the Legislature’s plan. A $19.6 billion school aid fund includes a record-high per-student base grant of $9,150, and a $575 million plan […]
Rep. Roth talks about House passage Thursday of his HBs 5716 and 5717 that provide civil liability options for people who are victims of fertility fraud. Rep. Roth says the idea for the plan originated with one of his own constituents. The bills now move to the Senate.
A series of reforms, including legislation from state Rep. John Roth, that establish a more effective, higher-quality child-care system for Michigan families have been signed into law. Roth’s proposal outlines new parameters for care providers to operate in multi-use buildings – expanding access to care closer to where families live and work while maintaining sufficient […]
State Rep. John Roth, of Traverse City, today issued the following statement after the president called on Congress to suspend the 18.4 cents per-gallon federal gas tax, urging Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to give drivers additional savings at the pump by approving a state gas tax break as proposed by Republican legislators:
State Rep. John Roth, of Traverse City, today highlighted the immense impact Michigan’s boating and fishing industries have on jobs and the economy throughout the Great Lakes State with his approved House resolution. The resolution recognizes June 4-11 as Boating and Fishing Week in Michigan. The state ranks third nationally in boating registrations, providing an […]
Rep. Roth talks about House passage Wednesday of his HB 5882, which extends the period of use for historic vehicles on Michigan roads from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. The Michigan Vehicle Code currently only routinely allows registered historic vehicles to drive on Michigan roads during August.
Rep. Roth talks about his HB 5882, which extends the period of use for historic vehicles on Michigan roads from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend. Currently, historic vehicles are only allowed to drive on Michigan roads in the month of August or to club events. The legislation has passed out of the House Transportation […]
The House Judiciary Committee today approved bipartisan proposals led by state Rep. John Roth that will bring justice to victims of assisted reproduction fraud. The legislation protects people born through assisted reproductive methods who seek the truth regarding their backgrounds. The bills allow for civil liability when an individual knowingly, intentionally or willfully provides false […]
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