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Farm fresh and local: Capitol Farmers Market

Looking to grab some locally grown fruits and veggies when you’re visiting Lansing? Lucky for you there are three opportunities to get your fill of Michigan-grown produce right on the Capitol lawn. The Capitol Farmers Market showcases Michigan food and other agricultural products, with vendors from all over the state pitching their tents on the…

Comerica Bank

Michigan’s economy continues to rebound

We all know Michigan’s economy is rebounding — “Now Hiring” signs are popping up in window fronts across the state, unemployment numbers continue to drop and new businesses are bringing new jobs to our state almost daily. But it’s still nice to get confirmation that our state is continuing its resurgence, which is why Comerica…


Michigan’s comeback: Here, there, everywhere

Michigan’s comeback can been seen through a number of initiatives and programs – all designed to give each and every resident a brighter future – but there’s one thing each success story has in common: Republican leadership. This is another one of those stories. Today, the governor announced that six companies from China, Italy, Germany…


#TBT: House committee dedicated to honoring Michigan’s veterans

In this week’s edition of #ThrowbackThursday, we are taking a closer look at the accomplishments of the House Military and Veterans Affairs Committee. During the 2013-14 legislative session, House Republicans were dedicated to helping veterans returning from combat and former active duty service members alike – and the results from this committee speak for themselves….

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Nesbitt hosts third annual Local Officials Meeting

On Friday, July 25, state Rep. Aric Nesbitt hosted more than 45 officials from across Van Buren and Kalamazoo counties at his third annual Local Officials Meeting. The event brought together local elected leaders and representatives from different departments within state government to discuss the issues that greatly impact local government. The meeting was once…

Rep. Lauwers helps purchase prize lamb on behalf of House Agriculture Committee

Trent George of Niles stands with his prize lamb at the Michigan Livestock Auction in East Lansing. From left, are Andy Kok, Tyler Ernst, Jason Scramlin and Amelia Miller, of the Michigan Farm Bureau; and Rep. Dan Lauwers of Brockway Township.   State Rep. Dan Lauwers helped purchase a showcase lamb on behalf of the…

Rep. Muxlow: Eissmann plant to create 225 Port Huron jobs

Auto supplier to invest $13.55 million in local economy   State Rep. Paul Muxlow today announced a German automobile supply company plans to build a new North American headquarters and manufacturing facility in Port Huron, a move that is expected to create up to 225 jobs and pump $13.55 million into the local economy. Muxlow,…

Rep. Foster urges quick action for deep freeze funds

Local communities interested in receiving a state grant to help repair freeze damage from this past winter have until Aug. 18 to submit their applications for the funding. “A pool of $6 million is available through the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Michigan Strategic Fund during a very short window of opportunity,” said Rep….

Rep. Kesto hosts town hall forum to address Michigan’s roads

Lawmaker joined by panel of transportation experts   State Rep. Klint Kesto will be joined by transportation experts as he hosts a town hall meeting to address the state’s road plan on Wednesday, July 30. Kesto, R-Commerce Township, will meet with residents of the 39th House District at Commerce Township Library, located at 2869 N…

Rep. Muxlow hosts August office hours in district

State Rep. Paul Muxlow will host in-district office hours on two different occasions during August. Rep. Muxlow, R-Brown City, will meet with residents on the following dates: Friday, Aug. 1 at the Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce, 512 McMorran Blvd. in Port Huron from 2 to 3 p.m.; and Friday, Aug. 8 at Big…

Local residents invited to attend Leonard’s August office hours

Local residents with questions or concerns regarding state or local government are invited to join state Rep. Tom Leonard during his regularly scheduled office hours, taking place in St. Johns and Ithaca in August. Office hours will be held: In St. Johns on Friday, Aug. 8 at the Big Boy, 1408 S. U.S. 27, from…