Senate Passes Bipartisan Bills to Legalize Ticket Resale

LANSING — Sen. Erika Geiss (D–Taylor) has issued the following statement on the passage of Senate Bills 384 and 385from the Senate Chamber today. 

“I was proud to work with a bipartisan coalition to pass a bill package that is fundamentally about consumer protections. These bills ensure that no one has to be afraid of selling their tickets if they aren’t able to make an event, that bad actors can’t buy tickets in bulk to hold the market hostage, and that when you buy a ticket, you can use it. I look forward to working with my colleagues in the House of Representatives and Governor Whitmer to pass these consumer protection reforms into law.”

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Sen. Geiss represents the 6th Senate District in Wayne County that includes the communities of Belleville, Brownstown, Flat Rock, Huron, Rockwood, Romulus, Sumpter, Taylor, Van Buren and Westland.


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