USO variety style show to play in Howell

A family friendly event to benefit Livingston County Veterans and their families. HOWELL, MICHIGAN, November 11, 2017— Michigan Disabled American Veterans Chapter 125 Auxiliary presents a USO style variety show starring Lynn Roberts as Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Red Skeleton, and Jimmy Durante with special guest star Marilyn Monroe. Also featuring The WhatAbout’s who will …

Legislative Weekly: Senator Joe Hune

Events over the past couple of years have drawn attention — often negative — to Americans’ right to own and carry firearms. It’s no secret that I’m a strict constitutionalist — I take very seriously the words our nation’s founders wrote in the Constitution, especially when it comes to our fundamental right to keep and …

Legislative Weekly: Representative Lana Theis

    Eliminating Drivers Responsibility Fees: Earlier this month I was proud to support a bipartisan package of bills to put an end to drivers responsibility fees and forgive the outstanding debt. The fees resulted from legislation passed by a previous administration in 2003 when Governor Granholm was scrambling to fill a hole in the …

Legislative Weekly: Representative Hank Vaupel

What it takes to get legislation signed into law Almost everyone has heard the famous Schoolhouse Rock song “I’m Just a Bill” that puts a musical tune to how a bill becomes a law. While this is a great overview of how a bill becomes a law, there’s a lot of behind-the-scenes factors that affect …

Legislative update: Congressman Mike Bishop

For the last few months, I’ve made it a priority to meet with local businesses, employees and families in our district about how to get our economy going again. That includes my Jobs & Economy Tour I hosted across the district in August. I met with manufacturers, small shop o wners, and employees who know …

Let’s deliver real reform on auto insurance, and relief for Michigan families

For Michigan families, the cost of auto insurance in Michigan is simply out of control. Our broken, outdated no-fault insurance system has caused rates to skyrocket to the highest in the nation, and Lansing hasn’t made any real changes to the law since it was passed in the 1970’s. Unfortunately, making progress to achieve real …