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Rep. García invites 90th District residents to Aug. 1 office hours

State Rep. Daniela García has scheduled district office hours on Monday, Aug. 1 in  Hudsonville, Zeeland and Holland, continuing her tradition to keeping office hours and meeting with residents on the first Monday of every month. “My commitment to the 90th District constituents is the most important part of being your representative,” said Rep. García,…

Rep. Nesbitt brings local, state, federal officials together

State Rep. Aric Nesbitt recently conducted the fifth annual “Local Officials Meeting” to update school, village, city, township and county officials in Southwest Michigan on state and federal government programs and resources. Rep. Nesbitt, R-Lawton, said various state agencies made presentations to the local officials in a continuation of his efforts to keep an open…

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Horse racing reform plan signed by Gov. Snyder

Rep. Lauwers: Updated laws put industry back on the right track Gov. Rick Snyder recently signed into law two bills modernizing the regulations that govern horse racing in Michigan. State Rep. Dan Lauwers, who chairs the House Committee on Agriculture, said the new laws are a much-needed update to rules written 21 years ago, when…


Rep. Hughes encourages area children to participate in reading program

With school out for the summer, Rep. Holly Hughes is encouraging area first through fifth grade students to participate in a reading contest for the possibility of joining her in Lansing as a ‘State Rep For A Day.’ “This is one way to encourage our children to read more even though school is out until…

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House Republicans continue to make progress on key goals

Michigan House Republicans began the 2015-16 legislative session by creating a to-do list to make state government more efficient, more effective and more accountable. The 2015-16 House Republican Action Plan included a record 78 specific goals to move Michigan forward using real solutions for real results. As of today, with 75 percent of the session…


House GOP continues to make progress on Action Plan

With about two-thirds of the 2015-16 legislative session in the books, we’re excited to have 81 percent of our goals introduced as House legislation and 55 percent of those Action Plan items approved by the House. Just over half are already Michigan law. Our 2015-16 Action Plan identified 78 specific goals to move Michigan forward….