PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. John Roth (second from right), of Traverse City, was officially sworn in for his first term as a Michigan state representative on Wednesday, Jan. 13. He was joined by (from left) Clerk of the House Gary Randall, Dave Roth, Marie Roth and Jon Sheppard for the proceedings. The 101st Michigan Legislature met for session for the first time Wednesday following the ceremony. Roth represents residents of the 104th House District, encompassing all of Grand Traverse County.
Rep. Roth looks ahead to his virtual town hall meeting next Wednesday, March 3, at 7:00 p.m., saying he’ll cover a number of topics and ask for questions. Residents can register on line at Reproth.com.
State Rep. John Roth today voted to advance landmark reforms to the Michigan Legislature’s lame duck period at the end of terms. House Joint Resolution A would amend the State Constitution to require a two-thirds vote for passage of a bill after a November election and before the end of a legislative term. Roth said […]
State Rep. John Roth, of Traverse City, will hold a virtual town hall meeting on Wednesday, March 3 to answer questions and concerns from people across Grand Traverse County. The event will take place via Zoom at 7 p.m. Along with general legislative updates, Rep. Roth will also provide information from the Project Michigan Commission, […]
State Rep. John Roth, of Traverse City, has introduced a proposal to require the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to work with the Legislature when considering directives related to COVID-19 or a similar health emergency.