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Former Rep. Kelly Announces Run In Filler's District
Thursday, February 22, 2024

Former Rep. Tim Kelly announced Thursday he will run in the 93rd House District where Rep. Graham Filler is not seeking reelection.

Filler Won't Run Again For House
Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Rep. Graham Filler will not run for reelection.

Whitmer Signs Estate, Probate Update Bills
Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Legislation designed to modernize the value thresholds where surviving spouses and heirs can avoid having to go through the probate process was signed Wednesday by Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

House Committee Revisits 'Good Jobs' Payroll Tax Incentive
Tuesday, February 13, 2024

The defunct Good Jobs for Michigan program would be revamped as HIRE Michigan under legislation taken up by the House Economic and Small Business Development Committee on Tuesday.

Common Vehicle Theft Tools Would Be Banned Under Two House Bills
Tuesday, February 6, 2024

The possession of tools, substances or electronic devices associated with motor vehicle theft with the intent to commit larceny would be banned under two bills a House committee discussed Tuesday that garnered support from law enforcement and opposition from civil rights groups.

Report: Holtec To Receive $1.5B Federal Loan To Restart Palisades
Wednesday, January 31, 2024

A $1.5 billion conditional loan is expected to be offered to Holtec International as early as next month to restart the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant.

House Health Policy Considers Lead Abatement Package
Thursday, January 18, 2024

Michigan needs to do more for lead abatement, sponsors of a three-bill House package said Thursday.

Bipartisan Group Of House Members Concerned About EGLE Permit
Wednesday, December 27, 2023

A group of 15 lawmakers asked the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy to reconsider the permitting process for anerobic digestors converting food waste to energy and fertilizer material.

Beltzer Talks Importance Of Proactive Communication
Friday, December 15, 2023

Michigan recently allowed public universities to sell alcohol at sporting events, and Kristin Beltzer, the new chair of the Liquor Control Commission , called the transition seamless, adding that the ease of the process is due to her team's proactive communication.

Key Legislators Open To Nessel Call For Child Abuse Law Changes
Monday, December 4, 2023

Two members of the House Criminal Justice Committee said Monday they were looking forward to discussions on potential changes to the state's child abuse laws, which were thrust into the spotlight after Attorney Genera Dana Nessel announced charges against a former state employee.

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