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Michigan veterinarians would have continuing education requirements under House bill

Crawford: Legislation extremely important to state’s health State Rep. Kathy Crawford today testified in the Senate Agriculture Committee on her bill which would require continuing education for veterinary professionals. House Bill 4408, would establish continuing education requirements for veterinarians and veterinary technicians as a condition for license renewal.  “This legislation is extremely important to the…

Rep. Miller invites residents to February office hours

Informal gatherings in White Pigeon, Sturgis   State Rep. Aaron Miller today announced he will hold office hours in White Pigeon and Sturgis on Monday, Feb. 22. Rep. Miller, R-Sturgis, will meet with people at the following locations: Rachel’s Family Dining, 300 E. Chicago Road in White Pigeon, from 6 to 7:30 a.m.; and Great…


Rep. Iden lauds Gov. Snyder for budget focus on education

State Rep. Brandt Iden today applauded Gov. Rick Snyder’s recommendation to keep education a priority in the state’s budget. “Providing a quality education to kids everywhere is fundamental to our success as a state,” said Rep. Iden, R-Oshtemo. “The governor recognizes that, and I’m proud to support his call for more focus on education in…

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The Spirit of the Season

House Republicans encourage you to have a safe, happy, charitable December Whatever your traditions this time of year, the holidays are a time of giving. Whether that means gifts for loved ones, time spent with family or acts of service, ’tis the season for thinking about others. That’s why many lawmakers, such as state Reps….


House GOP lawmakers surpassing expectations on Action Plan items

To focus on people’s priorities, we created an Action Plan earlier this year with an unprecedented 78 specific goals to continue Michigan’s comeback. We set the bar high, and included initiatives we knew could be a challenge to accomplish. Ending the status quo in Lansing is a difficult proposition, but we continue to remain steadfast…