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


PFAS response in Parchment discussed at town hall meeting

// on Fri, Apr 26 2019 / Article

More than 70 people gathered during a town hall meeting Thursday, April 25, at Parchment High School, to talk about the state’s response after so-called forever chemicals were found in the city of Parchment’s water supply. Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, often called PFAS, were found… Read More


State Sen. Sean McCann will hold PFAS town hall in Parchment

// on Tue, Apr 23 2019 / Article

State Sen. Sean McCann, D-Kalamazoo, will hold a town hall Thursday to discuss Michigan’s latest efforts to protect drinking water from PFAS contamination. The event will focus on ongoing response from state and local officials to discoveries of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, known collectively as… Read More


McCann challenges legislation on environmental regulations

// on Thu, Feb 14 2019 / Article

 Kalamazoo State Senator Sean McCann is proposing legislation that would scrap a bill approved by the legislature and signed by Former Governor Snyder just before he left office. It would prevent State agencies from adopting stricter environmental and other state regulations than federal standards, unless… Read More


Sen. Sean McCann sworn in to the 100th Michigan Legislature

// on Thu, Jan 10 2019 / Article

McCann said in a release, “As a state senator, I am committed to holding polluters accountable, increasing access to health care and ensure every student has the skills they need to compete for the jobs of tomorrow.” https://wwmt.com/news/local/sen-sean-mccann-sworn-in-to-the-100th-michigan-legislature… Read More


To The Point: Sen.-elect McCann, Sen. Proos

// on Wed, Jan 2 2019 / Article

Two new Democratic Senators representing West Michigan will begin their terms in the Michigan Senate after the New Year. https://www.woodtv.com/news/to-the-point/to-the-point-sen-elect-mccann-sen-proos/1672119971… Read More


State Senator-elect McCann sworn into office

// on Thu, Dec 20 2018 / Article

Kalamazoo’s new State Senator-elect has now been sworn into office in front of friends, family members and supporters at Kalamazoo City Hall. Former City Commissioner and State House Rep. Sean McCann took the oath from Judge Alexander Lipsey. https://wincountry.com/news/articles/2018/dec/20/state-senator-elect-mccann-sworn-into-office/… Read More


Michigan Senator-Elect Sean McCann talks about policy and civil engagement

// on Wed, Dec 19 2018 / Article

If you could pick only three issues for the State Senate to focus on for the duration of this term, what three would you pick and why are they important? McCann: Boosting our support and our resources and our funding for our traditional K-12 schools… Read More

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