Sen. Chang eyes 100th Legislature with plans for bipartisan solutions

LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Stephanie Chang (D–Detroit) took the oath of office today to serve the citizens of Michigan’s Senate District 1.

“Serving in the 100th Legislature is an absolute honor, and I thank the great people of Senate District 1 for entrusting me to serve them,” Sen. Chang said. “During the next four years as Minority Floor Leader, it’s my goal to push for better infrastructure and roads, criminal justice reforms, clean air and safe, affordable, and accessible drinking water for all, quality public education, and an economy that works for all.”

Sen. Chang begins her first term in the Michigan Senate with her Chief of Staff Ellen Heinitz, Director of Constituent Services Janlynn Miller and Legislative Aide Emily Nguyen.

Senate District 1 is located in Wayne County and includes the cities of Detroit, Ecorse, Gibraltar, River Rouge, Riverview, Trenton, Woodhaven, and Wyandotte, and the townships of Grosse Ile and Brownstown.

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State Senator Stephanie Chang


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