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House School Safety Task Force Presents Bills Ahead Of Full Report
Thursday, September 29, 2022

The House Rules and Competitiveness Committee on Thursday heard testimony and a preview of a package of 14 bills that aims to address school safety and provide a variety of services for staff and students in cases of emergencies such as school shootings.

Posthumus Boasts 25 Commitments In Floor Leader Race
Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Rep. Bryan Posthumus during a Wednesday fundraiser showed a list of 25 current and expected to be incoming House Republicans supporting his bid for floor leader.

Sunset On Imposing Court Costs On Criminal Defendants Extended
Wednesday, September 21, 2022

The sunset on the ability of trial courts to impose costs related to court operations on criminal defendants was extended by the House once again.

House Dem Candidates Doing Well; Caucus Well Below GOP Cash
Monday, July 25, 2022

House Democratic candidates in competitive or potentially competitive seats coming up in November reported strong fundraising totals, in most cases surpassing Republican opponents in funds raised and cash on hand, but the House Republican Caucus is still in a much better financial position.

Juvenile Justice Task Force Releases Policy Recommendations
Monday, July 18, 2022

A set of 25 recommendations were released on Monday from the Michigan Task Force on Juvenile Justice Reform, which sought to gain input from court and community stakeholders on ways to overhaul the justice system to create better outcomes for young people involved and to improve public safety.

Glanville Flips Solidly Red 74th House District For Dems
Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Democrat Carol Glanville won the 74th House District special election in a wild upset for the Republicans given the intensely conservative make-up of the district, one of the few seat flips during a special election in recent cycles.

Redistricting Asks Legislature To Address Shortfall From Legal Defense
Tuesday, April 26, 2022

The executive director and the chair of the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission on Tuesday asked a House Appropriations panel to reinstate their line item for the 2022-23 fiscal year seeing as the body faces a more than $1 million shortfall.

House GOP, Dems Feeling Confident After Filing Day
Tuesday, April 19, 2022

As filing day comes to a close, both House Republicans and House Democrats are expressing confidence that their slate of candidates can bring them a majority in the chamber after November's elections.

Fink Drops Bid For GOP Leader, Now Backing Hall
Friday, April 15, 2022

Rep. Andrew Fink is now supporting Rep. Matt Hall for next year's leader of the Republican Caucus after announcing Friday he would no longer be running for the position.

House Judiciary Budget Takes Aim At Court Backlog
Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Trial courts would see $15 million in federal coronavirus relief funds to assist in processing backlogs under a budget that moved to the full Appropriations Committee on Tuesday.

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