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Rep. Hall, the Chair of the Joint Select Committee on the State’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, says he is frustrated that two individuals identified by Department of Health Human Services Director Robert Gordon as having key roles in granting a no-bid contact tracing contract to a political consultant still refuse to testify in front of the […]
NEW POST 10/8/20 Michigan’s schools will endure zero funding cuts State Rep. Brad Paquette, of Niles, joined the Michigan House of Representatives in approving its plan for the state’s Fiscal Year 2021 K-12 budget on Wednesday. Paquette, who serves on the House Education Committee, said despite the tight budget year the state faces in the […]
Rep. Lynn Afendoulis today supported a plan aimed at preserving local control and parental involvement in decision-making while helping Michigan students get back to school safely. “There’s absolutely nothing more important than the safety of our children – and this plan acknowledges what’s safe in one community might not be safe in another during the […]
The state House has approved Rep. Mary Whiteford’s plan to combat the serious shortage of psychiatric hospital beds in Michigan. Whiteford’s legislation would require the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to establish psychiatric residential treatment facilities (PRTFs) for Medicaid patients under the age of 21. PRTFs are non-hospital facilities designed for young people […]