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Campaign Notes: Detroit Regional Chamber Endorses Schriver Opponent
Wednesday, June 12, 2024

The Detroit Regional Chamber PAC on Wednesday announced it is endorsing Randy LeVasseur who is seeking the Republican nomination against Rep. Josh Schriver in the 66th House District.

Legislation Reintroduced To Increase Penalties For Drive-By Shootings
Tuesday, June 4, 2024

Two bills reintroduced in the House could increase penalties for aggressors in drive-by shootings resulting in youth fatalities.

Bills Would Change How Minors Submit Work Permits
Thursday, May 23, 2024

The Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity would take over the administration of minor work permits, taking the responsibility that currently lies with schools, under a bill discussed in a House committee on Thursday.

House Advances Budget, OKs Court Advocates, Asbestos Bills
Tuesday, May 21, 2024

In addition to the procedural work of voting to zero out the Senate's budget bills, the House passed a hodge-podge of bipartisan policy bills Tuesday.

GLEP Announces Endorsements, Includes Maddock, Friske
Monday, May 20, 2024

The Great Lakes Education Project announced its endorsements on Monday, mostly mirroring the Michigan Freedom Network's picks of Republican candidates ahead of August's primary, with the addition of two incumbents.

Freedom Network Issues Endorsements
Friday, May 17, 2024

The Michigan Freedom Network, one of the most influential forces in legislative Republican primaries, issued endorsements Friday for more than 50 state House races.

Funeral Plans May Become More Efficient With New Death Certificate Bills
Thursday, May 16, 2024

Two bills would make death certificates move quicker to help grieving families fulfill funeral and financial plans.

House Panel Wants To Strengthen Bills On Deepfakes
Tuesday, May 14, 2024

With artificial intelligence and deepfakes becoming commonplace on the internet, bills inspired by Taylor Swift and her recent issues with fake, sexual imagery would criminalize the sharing of sexually explicit AI-generated images.

First-ever Financial Disclosures In; Specifics Lacking
Monday, April 15, 2024

Lawmakers and statewide officers were required to file financial disclosures on Monday for the first time in state history, though the specifics of the filings were limited as officials for the most part don't need to report specific amounts of income.

House Mobile Home Bills Don't Go Far Enough, Opposition Says
Tuesday, February 27, 2024

New legislation would increase regulations for mobile home parks and outline protections and rights for residents living in manufactured homes, but many who oppose the legislation said Tuesday it doesn't go far enough.

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