Detroit Community Conversations

// on Mon, Dec 16 2019 6:30 pm / Event

Mon, Dec 16 6:30 pm - Mon, Dec 16 7:30 pm
Western International High School, 1500 Scotten Ave, Detroit, MI 48209 (Directions)
Sen. Adam Hollier 517-373-7748 or senahollier@senate.michigan.gov

Community Conversations are open opportunities to meet with the senator, his staff and other members of the community. Discussion will center around education, jobs, poverty, the environment, criminal justice, housing, transportation, insurance and more. Read More


Detroit Community Conversations

// on Mon, Nov 18 2019 6:30 pm / Event

Mon, Nov 18 6:30 pm - Mon, Nov 18 7:30 pm
Central High School, 2425 Tuxedo St., Detroit, MI 48206 (Directions)
Sen. Adam Hollier 517-373-7748 or senahollier@senate.michigan.gov

Community Conversations are open opportunities to meet with the senator, his staff and other members of the community. Discussion will center around education, jobs, poverty, the environment, criminal justice, housing, transportation, insurance and more. Read More


Hamtramck Community Conversations

// on Mon, Oct 21 2019 6:30 pm / Event

Mon, Oct 21 6:30 pm - Mon, Oct 21 7:30 pm
Hamtramck High School, 11410 Charest St., Hamtramck, MI 48212 (Directions)
Sen. Adam Hollier 517-373-7748 or senahollier@senate.michigan.gov

Community Conversations are open opportunities to meet with the senator, his staff and other members of the community. Discussion will center around education, jobs, poverty, the environment, criminal justice, housing, transportation, insurance and more. Read More


Hollier on Supreme Court ruling against additional census question

// on Thu, Jun 27 2019 / Press release

LANSING – State Sen. Adam Hollier (D-Detroit), an appointed member of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s Census Complete Count Committee, has issued the following statement regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision today to prevent a citizenship question from being added to the 2020 census: “The census… Read More


Geiss, Hollier Respond to Governor’s Proposed Plan for Benton Harbor Schools

// on Thu, Jun 27 2019 / Press release

DETROIT — State Senators Erika Geiss (D–Taylor) and Adam Hollier (D–Detroit) have issued the following statement standing with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer as she announces a path to support Benton Harbor’s school district, and one which keeps the high schools open, with certain benchmarks and accountability measures that ensure the… Read More


Sen. Hollier on legislature passing no-fault auto insurance reform

// on Fri, May 24 2019 / Press release

LANSING — Sen. Adam Hollier (D–Detroit) has issued the following statement on Senate Bill 1 that would reform the state’s current no-fault auto insurance system. The bill is a compromise between the Legislature and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to provide rate relief for all Michigan motorists.  “When we… Read More


Sen. Hollier: Auto Insurance is a Process

// on Wed, May 8 2019 / Press release

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 wasn’t passed in one try. It took three attempts in 1957, 1960 and 1964 to pass a comprehensive law that protected civil and labor rights this country. We have to take this approach when finding a plan for a… Read More


Hollier on auto insurance reform passage in Senate

// on Tue, May 7 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Adam Hollier (D–Detroit) has issued the following statement on the passage of Senate Bill 1, that would reform the state’s no-fault auto insurance law. “Today I voted in support of progress to reform Michigan’s auto insurance system. While this legislation is… Read More


State Senator Plans Task Force Focused On Lead

// on Wed, May 1 2019 / Article

A lawmaker in Michigan wants to start a task force aimed at helping curb the state’s lead problem. It would not just be focused on lead in the water. Democratic Senator Adam Hollier held his almost 1-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Lillian, on the Senate floor as he… Read More


Sen. Hollier on Gov. Whitmer’s commitment to funding education

// on Tue, Mar 5 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. — Sen. Adam Hollier (D–Detroit) has issued the following statement on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s 2020 Fiscal Year budget that includes a $507 million increase to the education budget. “Michigan’s classrooms are overcrowded, outdated and our students are failing their literacy tests. For too long, people… Read More

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