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Build your career in Michigan

Happy Labor Day! A national holiday since 1887, Labor Day is set aside to pay tribute to our country’s workers and their achievements. It is a yearly celebration of the contributions American workers have made to the strength, success and vitality of the U.S. Michigan is filled with hard-working men and women who are essential to our…

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House staff participate in ice bucket challenge for ALS

Recently, the Ice Bucket Challenge has taken over social media, encouraging those who participate to donate to the ALS Association or dump ice water over their heads — hopefully both. The goal is to raise awareness in the fight against ALS while trying to find a cure for the disease, and the results have been…

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Q&A: Scientific Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act

This fact-based Q&A has been put together in response to questions and concerns lawmakers have received from residents statewide with regard to the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act. It is not an exhaustive list, but it does address many frequently asked questions. Why are scientific management and conservation important? Wildlife management and conservation have been protecting Michigan’s great…

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Michigan is brewing jobs for a brighter future

While Michigan’s craft beer industry continues to contribute substantially to Michigan’s brighter future, it’s not the only industry benefitting from a greater interest in Mitten State beer. As Brian Dews, co-owner of Rockford Brewing Co., mentioned during a stop on the #MIBrewingJobs tour, a growing craft beer industry in Michigan also benefits the state’s tourism…


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Pscholka reminds residents of upcoming Orchard Hill Landfill town hall

Lawmaker: Feedback is critical as the situation improves State Rep. Al Pscholka reminds residents of the upcoming town hall meeting taking place on Tuesday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. at the North Berrien Senior Center, located at 6648 Ryno Road in Coloma. Local residents will have the chance to meet with the lawmaker and representatives…

Rep. Somerville invites local residents to a pair of September office hours

Rep. Pat Somerville today announced a pair of September office hour events in Trenton and Gibraltar. “I look forward to sitting down and chatting with all members of our local communities during these office hours,” said Somerville, R-New Boston. “Anyone is welcome to stop by either location to let me know what concerns they have,…

Outman invites residents to in-district office hour sessions

State Rep. Rick Outman invites residents to join him for September office hours in Alma and Stanton. Outman, R-Six Lakes, will host the informal office hours on the following dates: Friday, Sept. 12 at Biggby Coffee, 1596 Wright Ave. in Alma, from 8 to 9 a.m.; and Monday, Sept. 22 at McDonald’s, 329 E. Main…

State Rep. Margaret O’Brien joins House Speaker Jase Bolger and Speaker Pro Tempore John Walsh in presenting a tribute to Derek Jeter in honor of his 19-year baseball career.

Rep. O’Brien presents special tribute to Derek Jeter

State Rep. Margaret O’Brien yesterday presented a tribute to Kalamazoo-native Derek Jeter in a special ceremony, joining House Speaker Jase Bolger and Speaker Pro Tempore John Walsh in celebrating his remarkable legacy in his final season with the New York Yankees. “Having the opportunity to acknowledge a hometown hero like Derek Jeter was an incredible…

Rep. MacMaster applauds additional state aid

More emergency management money available to assist communities coping with winter freeze disaster Local communities identified in the governor’s April 2014 emergency declaration, including Charlevoix County, may receive reimbursement up to $100,000 for extraordinary expenses related to the severe underground freeze during this past winter. State Rep. Greg MacMaster said Charlevoix County is joined by…