Under the direction of Chairman Steve Johnson, the House Oversight Committee has issued a subpoena for the appearance of former MDHHS Director Robert Gordon. The Committee recently received subpoena power to investigate non-disclosure payments and separation agreements between state employees and their employers. Rep. Steve Johnson, Chairman of the Oversight Committee, has pursued answers from […]
Rep. Fink talks about his testimony Wednesday before the House Local Government Committee on his plan, HB 4066, to ensure local municipalities do not enact knife ordinances that are stricter than state law.
Rep. Roth talks about a package of government ethics legislation introduced in the House this week that he says will build trust and transparency. The plan includes improvements to public record laws, ethical standards, financial disclosure requirements and bans on conflicts of interest.
Rep. Glenn, the Chair of the Michigan House Appropriations subcommittee for the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, talks about subcommittee passage this week of a budget proposal for the fiscal year starting Oct. 1st. The plan includes $15 million for a dam safety emergency fund, with a reporting requirement so the public will […]
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, Tuesday advanced proposals to improve dam safety in Michigan, save taxpayer money, and make state government more accountable by cracking down on “hush money” and employee severance deals.
Advancing bills address confusion caused by federal tax filing extension State Rep. Matt Hall, of Marshall, is working to extend filing deadlines for the 2020 tax period – creating clarity and certainty for people across Michigan as they navigate hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hall has sponsored legislation within a plan that will extend […]
State Rep. Andrew Fink, of Adams Township, today delivered testimony before the House Local Government Committee on his plan to ensure local municipalities do not enact knife ordinances that are stricter than state law.