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Dixon, Hernandez Propose Bill For Age-Appropriate Classroom Instruction
Tuesday, September 27, 2022

The top of the Michigan Republican Party's 2022 ticket on Tuesday unveiled a proposal to ensure schools are providing age-appropriate classroom instruction to kindergarten through third grade students, free of the so-called radical sex and gender theory the party has been railing against since Tudor Dixon became the gubernatorial nominee.

Dixon Joins Legislators To Announce Anti 'Drag Queen' Bill
Thursday, June 30, 2022

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon and several lawmakers on Thursday announced a bill that would seek to prohibit K-12 public schools and intermediate districts from hosting a drag show for pupils, among other regulations that do not carry criminal penalties but could open individual schools, their administrators, districts and their presiding boards to civil lawsuits if they violate the law.

Surprise No-Fault Bill Discussed In House Insurance
Thursday, May 19, 2022

Home health care providers would be entitled to three times the amount of an overdue payment from insurance companies should those companies fail to pay what's due within 90 days of receiving a bill under legislation discussed Thursday by a House panel.

House Panel Sees Lengthy Debate Over Social Media's Rights, Powers
Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The ability of certain social networks to block, de-platform or otherwise bar an individual from posting was the subject of significant debate when before the House Communications and Technology Committee on Wednesday.

Berman Says He Asked To Be Removed From Committees
Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Rep. Ryan Berman will no longer serve on any House committees after he was removed from all his assignments on Tuesday, something he said he asked for though meeting minutes show he attended few meetings in person during 2022.

New House Members Receive Committee Assignments
Tuesday, May 10, 2022

The House announced committee assignments for new members who won special elections last week to fill vacancies.

Capital Notebook
Friday, May 6, 2022

NEW COMMS DIRECTOR AT MICHIGAN RISING: Mary Drabik has been named communications director for Michigan Rising Action. Ms. Drabik is a former legislative aide to Rep. Ryan Berman (R-Commerce Township). She was an intern to former U.S. Rep. David Trott (R-Birmingham).

DePerno Snags AG Nom After Tight Race At Convention
Saturday, April 23, 2022

GRAND RAPIDS – Attorney Matthew DePerno, who first landed on the Michigan political scene as former Rep. Todd Courser's lawyer in the legal aftermath of the scandal that saw the lawmaker resign from office, was endorsed Saturday by Michigan Republican Party delegates to be the attorney general nominee in November.

AG Race Expected To Fuel Bumpy Ride At GOP Convention
Friday, April 22, 2022

All bets are off on how Saturday's Michigan Republican Party endorsement convention will pan out, both due to the newness of the affair for the party and the fact that it could be one of the most contentious state GOP events since what was known as the tea party movement began in 2010 and now is on the cusp of control.

DePerno Loses Election Case At Court Of Appeals
Thursday, April 21, 2022

The Court of Appeals on Thursday upheld the dismissal of a case from Republican attorney general candidate Matt DePerno, ruling in part that state law does not allow private citizens to conduct independent election audits.

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