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Lansing poll names Rep. Pscholka most effective state Representative

State Rep. Al Pscholka, R-Stevensville, has been named the most effective lawmaker among Michigan’s 110 currently serving state representatives, according to an EPIC-MRA poll. The survey, ordered by Michigan Information Research Service (MIRS), asked 352 key participants in the legislative process to name the most effective person in several legislative positions, including state representatives, state…

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Rep. Chatfield climbs the ‘Mighty Mac’

  Levering lawmaker hosts state legislators on bridge tour This week, state Rep. Lee Chatfield traded his usual view of the state Capitol for another extraordinary Michigan view from atop the Mackinac Bridge, located within the 107th district that he represents. In a rare opportunity, Rep. Chatfield co-hosted a bridge tour along with the Mackinac…

Rep. Leonard: Go outside and play during Free Fishing Weekend

Lawmaker says opportunities abound in the area   State Rep. Tom Leonard today encouraged residents to take advantage of Michigan’s Free Fishing Weekend on June 13-14 by going after a keeper at one of the area’s lakes or rivers. Rep. Leonard, R-DeWitt, said Clinton County is home to 27 lakes and Gratiot County has 15…


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Get the facts: Understanding the House GOP roads plan

Michigan House Republicans believe roads should be a top priority at the state Capitol. And while it’s very easy to just say that roads should be a priority, we know that Michigan residents expect more from their elected officials. That’s why we introduced a plan last Wednesday that not only makes roads a priority, it…