Sen. McCann on Michigan lawsuits against PFAS manufacturers

// on Tue, Jan 14 2020 / Press release

LANSING — Sen. Sean McCann issued the following statement today on the heels of the announcement by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel to sue manufacturers of PFAS, the toxic ‘forever chemicals’ that have contaminated the drinking water for… Read More


January Office Hours

// on Fri, Jan 24 2020 9:00 am / Event

Fri, Jan 24 9:00 am - Fri, Jan 24 10:00 am
District Office, 315 N. Burdick St. Suite 200, Kalamazoo, MI 49007 (Directions)
Sen. Sean McCann 517-373-5100 or sensmccann@senate.michigan.gov

Join me at my January in-district office hours to share issues that are important to you for this legislative session. Learn about what is going on in Lansing and share your opinions with me. All are welcome, no RSVP required. Read More


McCann on Reinstatement of Critical Funding in Supplemental Bills

// on Wed, Dec 4 2019 / Press release

LANSING — Sen. Sean McCann (D-Kalamazoo) has issued the following statement in support of budget supplementals voted on today that would restore funding to the Tuition Grant Program, county jail reimbursements, and an autism intervention pilot project:  “I am pleased the administration and the Legislature were able… Read More


Legislators Announce Bills to Protect Domestic Violence Survivors

// on Wed, Oct 23 2019 / Press release

LANSING — State Sen. Sylvia Santana (D-Detroit), Rep. Tenisha Yancey (D-Harper Woods) and Rep. Kara Hope (D-Holt), along with members of the state’s Progressive Women’s Caucus, today announced legislation that would help support domestic violence survivors as they try to flee abusive relationships and rebuild their lives.  “Michigan can be a… Read More


To The Point: Sen. McCann on campaign finance

// on Tue, Jul 9 2019 / Article

If state Sen. Sean McCann has his way, campaigns in Michigan would change — specifically, how those campaigns are funded. McCann, D-Kalamazoo, would like to make some changes in how money is counted. “If you can, if you have the capacity to spend $193,000 into… Read More


Senate bill would further cap campaign finance contribution limits in Michigan

// on Mon, Jun 24 2019 / Article

Michigan residents would see more restrictive caps on individual political campaign spending under legislation set to be introduced in the state Senate this week. The bill, backed by state Sen. Sean McCann, D-Kalamazoo, would halve campaign contribution limits to state-level candidates, campaigns and Political Action… Read More


McCann introduces legislation to reduce campaign contribution limits

// on Mon, Jun 24 2019 / Article

Senator Sean McCann is introducing legislation that would reduce the allowable amounts of money that can be contributed to a candidate’s campaign. This legislation would cut all campaign contribution limits to state-level candidates, campaigns, and Political Action Committees in half. The legislation would also eliminate… Read More


McCann announces legislation to reduce campaign contribution limits

// on Mon, Jun 24 2019 / Press release

Bill would cut allowable campaign contributions in half KALAMAZOO — Sen. Sean McCann (D–Kalamazoo) today announced legislation to roll back campaign contribution limits and eliminate automatic increases. Key provisions of the legislation, which will be introduced Tuesday, June 25, include: Cutting campaign contribution limits to… Read More


McCann Financial Disclosure

// on Fri, Jun 21 2019 / Press release

“I support the efforts of Rep. Dave LaGrand, Sens. Jeremy Moss, Ed McBroom and others efforts to bring greater transparency to our state government. Michigan citizens deserve representation that is accountable and honest. My financial disclosure is available here, and I hope that someday Michigan… Read More


McCann introduces legislation to hold polluters accountable

// on Thu, Jun 6 2019 / Press release

LANSING — State Sen. Sean McCann (D–Kalamazoo) today introduced a bill that would protect communities from corporate polluters. Senate Bill 365 would repeal Public Act 581 of 2018, which opened the door to weakened pollution cleanup standards when it was passed by the legislature… Read More

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