Sen. Geiss & Colleagues Introduce MI Momnibus & Resolution to Commemorate Black Maternal Health Week

Senator Erika Geiss

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Dear Neighbor,  As we enter the month of June and jump into the summer season, I hope you are able to spend time outside in the sun. Whether you enjoy gardening, barbequing, swimming, boating, or taking a stroll around a local park — there are many ways to enjoy all...

District 1 Community Updates & Resources

District 1 Community Updates & Resources

Dear Neighbor,   This Memorial Day weekend, let us honor the lives of those servicemen and servicewomen we have lost and send love to their families and friends. And as the weather gets warmer, it’s a wonderful time to fire up the barbecue, gather with loved ones, and...

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On June 10, 1919, Michigan became the first of three states to ratify the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.

During a time when women's rights are being stripped away, the #MajorityForThePeople will continue fighting to protect your rights and freedoms.
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To draw attention to the issue of gun violence and advocate for life-saving policies, the Michigan Senate recently passed a resolution recognizing June as #GunViolenceAwarenessMonth.

Gun violence is a public health crisis that plagues communities across our state, leaving an irrevocable mark on mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, friends, and neighbors. Since 2012, we’ve seen the rate of gun deaths in Michigan increase by 25%, and firearms are now the leading cause of death for children and teens.

For all these reasons, there has never been a more important time for lawmakers to act on commonsense policies that are proven to make our communities safer.
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To draw attention to the issue of gun violence and advocate for life-saving policies, the Michigan Senate recently passed a resolution recognizing June as #GunViolenceAwarenessMonth. 

Gun violence is a public health crisis that plagues communities across our state, leaving an irrevocable mark on mothers and fathers, sisters and brothers, friends, and neighbors. Since 2012, we’ve seen the rate of gun deaths in Michigan increase by 25%, and firearms are now the leading cause of death for children and teens. 

For all these reasons, there has never been a more important time for lawmakers to act on commonsense policies that are proven to make our communities safer.
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