State Rep. Julie Alexander and the Michigan House of Representatives on Thursday approved a supplemental budget to provide additional support for public safety officers, as well as first responders.
Rep. Hall talks about his new HB 5601 that establishes a research and development tax credit for semiconductors, advanced automotive projects such as electric battery technology, and life sciences. Rep. Hall says the plan will move Michigan forward with production and jobs while helping to address shortages that have stifled industries throughout the country.
Rep. Kahle talks about House passage Thursday of legislation that provides almost $370 million in additional funding for Michigan law enforcement, firefighters, EMS and corrections officers. Rep. Kahle says the focus of the plan is on recruitment and retention, and, by extension, keeping Michigan families safe.
Rep. O’Malley talks about House passage Thursday of legislation providing more than a third of a billion dollars for public safety in Michigan. Rep. O’Malley says the measure is good news for school resource officers and in providing support for law enforcement.
Rep. Posthumus speaks on the House floor Thursday, saying the third-of-a-billion dollar public safety package approved by the House will focus on the recruitment, retention and well-being of public safety professionals.
Rep. O’Malley talks about discussion this past week in the House Oversight Committee on his HB 5552, which creates the Office of the Unemployment Insurance Citizens’ Advocate. Rep. O’Malley says the legislation would give both employees and employers another voice in working to correct issues with the UIA. The plan remains in the Oversight Committee […]
Rep. Filler speaks on the House floor Thursday, prior to passage of a nearly $370 million appropriations bill to support public safety. Rep. Filler says government needs to renew its effort to recruit and retain law enforcement officers.
State Rep. Greg Markkanen today joined the Michigan House in approving an expanded plan to support law enforcement and public safety personnel and help them better protect the people they serve.
House Oversight Committee Chairman Steve Johnson (R-Wayland) today testified on plans to make the state’s Unemployment Insurance Agency more efficient and effective for the people it serves. The proposals provide solutions and accountability after numerous people across the state experienced frustration and anxiety as they have tried to get benefit claims fulfilled during COVID-19. An […]
Rep. Mueller talks about House passage Thursday of his HB 5522, which provides a supplemental appropriation of almost $370 million for public safety in Michigan. Rep. Mueller, a retired sheriff’s deputy, says the measure focuses on recruitment, retention, mental health and school resource officers.