State Rep. Julie Calley of Portland joined the Michigan House this week in approving a spending plan to provide support for local law enforcement, mental health services and other vital programs Michiganders rely on every day.
Accompanied by county sheriffs and other local law enforcement officers, state Rep. Ryan Berman and fellow representatives today announced a plan to support local police agencies in communities across Michigan. The announcement comes during National Police Week, May 9-15, 2021.
State Rep. Phil Green, of Millington, today introduced a measure to prohibit voting machines from being connected to the internet from the time the polls open until the results have been tabulated for that precinct.
Rep. Bezotte, a former Livingston County Sheriff, speaks at a Thursday Capitol press conference on plans to invest more than $80 million providing supports for law enforcement and improving public safety. Rep. Bezotte says the law enforcement profession is struggling to recruit qualified applicants.
Rep. Whiteford, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on the Department of Health and Human Services, talks about House passage this week of the $28 billion DHHS budget for the fiscal year than begins October 1. Rep Whiteford says the spending plan focuses on children and seniors.
Rep. Bob Bezotte, former Livingston County sheriff, today participated in a news conference with legislators and police officers to announce a “Stronger Support for Safer Communities” plan to support law enforcement and provide resources to help strengthen relationships between officers and the communities they serve.
State Rep. Matt Hall, of Marshall, is leading the advancement of state budgets which continue Michigan’s recovery from COVID-19, while re-establishing key checks and balances to state government for residents.
State Rep. Brad Slagh, of Zeeland, today introduced a bill, which received bipartisan cosponsorship, to improve the process of renewing a driver’s license or vehicle registration in the state of Michigan while preventing unfair fees.
Rep. Mueller, a retired deputy sheriff in both Washtenaw and Livingston counties, speaks at a Capitol press conference Thursday on a plan to support local law enforcement and improve public safety. Rep. Mueller says access to mental health services for police, corrections workers and other first responders is key.