State Rep. Jaime Greene, right, meets with Riley Gaines, a former All-American NCAA swimmer who was forced to compete in the 2022 Women’s Swimming National Championships against Lia Thomas, a biological male.
State Rep. Jaime Greene is leading an effort to protect female athletes and make sure they have a fair playing field in Michigan.
This week, Greene, R-Richmond, introduced legislation designed to protect athletes in Michigan from facing the same unfair circumstances as Riley Gaines, a former All-American NCAA swimmer who was forced to compete in the 2022 Women’s Swimming National Championships against Lia Thomas, a biological male.
“Women worked hard for decades to put Title IX protections in place so they could have equal opportunities to compete,” Greene said. “Allowing biological males to compete in women’s sports undermines our progress as a society and reduces women to second-class status. Girls and women in Michigan deserve to have equal opportunities to showcase their talent and compete fairly, and I want to make sure we don’t sideline our girls!”
Greene’s plan, House Bill 4546, would create the Female Athletics Integrity of Records (FAIR) Act to require awards, rankings, and records of sporting events to be categorized consistently with each competitor’s biological sex. The requirement would apply to any publicly funded event for which there are separate female and male competitions.
House Bill 4546 was referred to the House Government Operations Committee for consideration.
State Rep. Jaime Greene this week announced a comprehensive plan to protect Michigan’s residents, security, and economy from foreign entities of concern. Greene, R-Richmond, said many people have concerns about the Chinese Communist Party’s growing influence in Michigan. One specific concern surrounds Michigan schools and universities maintaining relationships with entities funded by the CCP. “Funded […]
State Rep. Jaime Greene on Friday presented a state tribute to Pankiewicz Cider Mill & Farm Market in Casco Township. The tribute recognizes the farm’s status as the top cider mill in WDIV’s “Vote 4 the Best” competition this year. “Steve and Theresa Pankiewicz have grown their family business into a popular destination that plays a special role in the lives of families throughout the Blue Water area,” Greene said. “Their cider mill serves as a cherished gathering place where many fond memories are created and yummy doughnuts are devoured. They’re well-deserving of this recognition.”
Op-ed by State Rep. Jaime Greene, R-Richmond, published by Bridge Michigan on Sept. 22, 2023 Imagine a scenario where surgery centers in Michigan no longer had to adhere to licensing requirements, undergo inspections, or maintain crucial oversight to ensure cleanliness and competence. It’s safe to say this would leave you uneasy, wouldn’t it? The state […]
State Rep. Jaime Greene is spearheading a new plan to recognize Michiganders who have been killed or wounded while serving in the military. Greene, a U.S. Navy veteran, this week introduced legislation to designate Michigan as a Purple Heart State. “We owe an immeasurable debt of gratitude and profound respect to the courageous men and […]