“Gov. Whitmer’s heavily-skewed, partisan commission is nothing but a Trojan horse for new taxes,” Hall said. “After four years of failure, the governor has no plan to keep young people in Michigan, no excuse for our crumbling roads, and no vision to improve childhood reading levels.”
“Michiganders want public safety in our communities, but House Democrats are pushing radical, unprecedented plans to let dangerous criminals roam our neighborhoods,” said Hall, R-Richland Township. “The Democrats’ newest, extreme proposal could release the most brutal murderers and rapists from prison and inject them back into our communities.”
Last week, I led Michigan’s newly formed bipartisan, bicameral nuclear caucus in addressing a letter to Governor Whitmer offering her our support as Michigan seeks to become the first state in American history to successfully re-power a non-operational nuclear power plant. At full capacity, Palisades provided over 800-megawatts of carbon free, baseload electricity that powered […]
Rep. Tom Kunse (R-Clare), a member of the House Labor committee, expressed his growing concerns with legislation that would hand over local control of schools to union bosses, which advanced through the committee last week.
Rep. Tom Kunse (R-Clare), vice chair of the House Ethics and Oversight committee, this week received a response from the Michigan Auditor General (OAG) after requesting a thorough review of the state’s error-ridden Child Development and Care (CDC) program.
State Rep. Andrew Beeler on Wednesday introduced a plan to encourage contributions to pregnancy resource centers, which support expecting mothers and families at no cost instead of referring for abortion.
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