State Rep. Bradley Slagh today announced an opportunity for Michigan residents to voice their concerns about the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (MIOSHA) request to make emergency pandemic workplace rules permanent.
House Transportation Committee Chairman Rep. Jack O’Malley talks about a planned meeting of the committee on Tuesday of this week, when he says committee members will look at what, if any, infrastructure alternatives are in place in the case of a Line Five shutdown.
State Rep. Sue Allor testified today on her proposal to prohibit government entities in Michigan from issuing or encouraging COVID-19 vaccine passports. Allor said House Bill 4667 would, amongst other things, protect against putting private medical information into the hands of people compiling data for the purpose of creating vaccine passports. That process, in turn, […]
House Oversight Committee member Rep. Jack O’Malley talks about Thursday’s Oversight Committee meeting on legislation that would ban the use of vaccine passports in Michigan. Rep. O’Malley says discussion of the measure is important, given his view that the executive branch has been operating without legislative input or oversight.
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today issued the following statement after the committee heard testimony regarding House Bill 4667. The legislation, sponsored by state Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, prohibits governmental entities from producing, issuing or incentivizing documentation for the purposes of certifying that an individual has received a vaccination for […]
State Rep. David Martin and the Michigan House this week approved a measure to help make sure Michigan high school graduates have an opportunity to celebrate their accomplishments with their friends, families and teachers this year.
Rep. Bollin speaks on the House floor Wednesday, prior to House passage of her House Bill 4728, which would prevent state or local emergency orders from prohibiting or limiting graduation ceremonies at schools for the graduating class of 2020 or 2021.