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Governor signs Rep. Runestad’s bill to remove culturally insensitive language

Today, Gov. Rick Snyder approved legislation sponsored by state Rep. Jim Runestad, R-White Lake, to remove culturally insensitive language that is no longer sufficient to describe the deaf and hard of hearing community. House Bill 5184, now Public Act 131 of 2016, amends the Division on Deafness Act by striking “deafness” and replacing it with…

Rep. Tedder invites high school and college students to apply for summer internship

  State Rep. Jim Tedder today announced he is accepting applications for a summer internship in his Lansing office. “I am looking for applicants who have a desire to get into grassroots advocacy,” said Rep. Tedder, R-Clarkston. “This is an opportunity for ambitious individuals to develop skills in critical analysis, leadership and public policy.” Interns…

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Rep. Cole advocates for parental rights

Column by State Rep. Triston Cole, R-Mancelona The U.S. Department of Education and Justice recently released unsolicited joint guidance in an attempt to provide educators information they need to ensure that all students, including transgender students, are able to attend school in an environment free from discrimination. This release served as a threat to schools…


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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….