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Runestad: U.S. Now In Direct Competition On Building Electric Vehicles
Friday, July 19, 2024

Sen. Jim Runestad said that he agrees with the conclusion that the United States is now in direct competition with Chinese automakers in the production of electric vehicles in an interview on Michigan Public Television's "Off The Record" on Friday.

Republicans Battle For Fink's Open Seat In 35th House District
Tuesday, July 9, 2024

The 35th House District Republican primary race in Branch and Hillsdale counties is generally calm, with each candidate focused on running their own campaign, a major contrast from the overall tension among Republican activists in the overwhelmingly GOP district.

Senate Passes Preemption Of Homeowners Associations On Energy
Thursday, June 20, 2024

Members of the Senate voted along party lines Thursday for a bill that would preempt the ability for homeowners' associations to ban energy-saving improvements at single-family homes.

Senate Passes 'Gay Panic' Defense Ban
Thursday, June 20, 2024

Legislation that would eliminate the legal defense of someone finding out someone is a member of the LGBT community as a justification for committing a crime passed the Senate with bipartisan support and is set to be sent to the governor.

Productivity Credit Bills See Testimony In Senate Panel
Thursday, June 20, 2024

A bipartisan bill package that would count the passing of prison programs towards "productivity credits" to earn reduced sentences heard testimony from both sponsors and victims of crimes in a Senate panel on Thursday.

Senate OKs Animal Cruelty Bills; GOP Tie-Bar Attempt Fails
Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Members of the Senate in bipartisan votes Tuesday passed legislation that would require individuals charged with animal cruelty or neglect to post bond to cover the cost of care for their animals pending trial or agree to forfeit their animals.

Senate Backs Medically Frail Parole Expansion
Tuesday, June 4, 2024

An expansion of eligibility requirements for medically frail inmates passed the Senate Tuesday with some bipartisan support after multiple floor amendments offered by Republicans were rejected.

Bill To Penalize Violent Transit Passengers Debated Before Senate Panel
Thursday, May 23, 2024

Legislation that would make it a felony to assault transportation workers was taken up by a Senate panel Thursday, with supporting saying it would help protect transit employees, who have seen a rise in physical attacks in recent years.

Senate GOP Amendments Fail As Budget Bill Votes Continue
Tuesday, May 14, 2024

The Senate's continued budget votes on Tuesday again saw Republicans unsuccessful in their attempts to amend the majority Democrat's proposal.

Data Center Tax Credit Bill Gets Bipartisan Senate Passage
Thursday, May 9, 2024

Members of the Senate took a step toward the creation of a sales and use tax exemption for enterprise data centers Thursday through a bipartisan vote on an amended bill to establish the proposed credit.

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