Lansing, Michigan – Today, State Representative Mark Tisdel (R-Rochester Hills) and State Senator Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak) issued the following statement on the storming of the U.S. Capitol building.
“The scenes of individuals storming the U.S. Capitol and disrupting a Constitutionally-mandated meeting of Congress is unacceptable and shatters the faith in our system of government. Violence, vandalism and insurrection are not the means for seeking change or being heard. Self-government demands a shared commitment to truth and respect for the rule of law.
The electoral college has chosen a new administration. Partisan hostility and attacks towards Republicans and Democrats must stop as we are all Americans continuing to strive for a more perfect union.”
State Reps. Mark Tisdel and Diana Farrington, both members of the House Tax Policy Committee, today detailed the taxes Metro Detroit’s recent big Mega Millions winner will be shelling over after collecting the jackpot.
A bipartisan group of state representatives today joined with local health experts in encouraging all Michigan residents to actively energize, and be responsible for, the readiness of their own immune systems.
State Rep. Mark Tisdel today helped the House approve a comprehensive COVID-19 recovery plan to get kids back in classrooms, help struggling families and job providers, and improve the state’s flawed vaccine distribution program.