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Newsmaker 2023: Brinks, Tate Guide Dems To Landmark Wins
Friday, February 9, 2024

When it became clear that Democrats would have complete control of Michigan government for the first time in decades, Joe Tate knew his caucus had its marching orders.

Senate No-Fault Bill Takes New Criticism; Whitmer Still Wants A Bill
Wednesday, December 6, 2023

The specifics of legislation to restore reimbursements to health care providers for care provided to survivors of catastrophic traffic crashes remains the subject of fierce debate.

Advocates Urge Action On Auto Insurance As Legislature Closes Up Shop
Tuesday, November 14, 2023

Like many 5-year-old girls, Annabelle Marsh, of Milford, likes to play with Barbies and baby dolls. Her favorite color is blue, and she likes to watch movies and play Guess Who.

Big Ticket Items Awaiting Action In Potential Last Session Week Of '23
Friday, November 3, 2023

While legislative leaders have not officially announced an early adjournment next week, a spokesperson for House Speaker Joe Tate hinted at the possibility Friday, leaving several significant priorities, like the energy overhaul, siting changes for large-scale wind and solar and a prescription drug board, on the table for final action next week.

Redistricting Trial: 'Black Representation Could Become Obsolete'
Thursday, November 2, 2023

KALAMAZOO – Experts and Detroit politicians said Thursday the maps drawn by the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission would result in few to no Black state legislators in a few years during testimony in the case of Agee v. Benson.

House Panel Gets Primer On Nuances Of Insurance
Thursday, October 12, 2023

Members of the House Insurance and Financial Services Committee continued to educate themselves on issues surrounding no-fault auto insurance on Thursday.

House Panel Takes Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association 101
Thursday, October 5, 2023

In preparation for addressing auto no-fault insurance, the House Insurance and Financial Services Committee listened to a presentation from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association on Thursday.

Push Opens On No-Fault Bill; Gilbert Slams Hospitals
Tuesday, October 3, 2023

Hundreds gathered at a Capitol rally Tuesday were told by lawmakers they hope to pass changes to the state's 2019 auto no-fault law in the coming weeks to restore access to care for the catastrophically injured, something injured persons and their families have been pleading for.

Ope: Two House Bills Need One More Vote To Clear Committee
Thursday, September 28, 2023

The House Insurance and Financial Services Committee will have to revote on two bills the chair thought were reported on Thursday but actually didn't have sufficient votes.

House Votes To Increase Fair Housing Training, Raise MSHDA Bond Cap
Wednesday, September 27, 2023

Legislation to ensure that real estate agents are up to date on fair housing standards passed the House on Wednesday.

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