Legislators come together to ban conversion therapy

// on April 24, 2019 / Press release

Bill prohibits practices that seek to force changes to sexual orientation or gender identity LANSING — Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak) and Rep. Yousef Rabhi (D-Ann Arbor) today introduced legislation to make Michigan the seventeenth state to ban the use of conversion therapy by health… Read More


McMorrow Invites Local Residents, Teachers to Education Town Hall Meeting

// on April 1, 2019 / Press release

BIRMINGHAM — Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D–Royal Oak) invites members of the community and local teachers to join her at an upcoming town hall meeting to discuss education funding in Michigan. The town hall will take place on Monday, April 8, from 6 to 7:30… Read More


House, Senate Dems Back Gun Safety Legislation to Protect Communities

// on February 28, 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. — A coalition of Michigan House and Senate Democrats announced legislation at a press conference today that would create extreme risk protection orders as a critical first step toward curbing gun violence in the state. House Bills 4283-4285 and Senate Bills 156-158 would… Read More


Brinks and McMorrow team up to strike ‘tampon tax’

// on February 26, 2019 / Press release

Legislation would make feminine hygiene products more affordable for women LANSING — State Sens. Winnie Brinks (D-Grand Rapids) and Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak) today introduced legislation to make Michigan the 12th state to exempt feminine hygiene products from sales and use tax — a move… Read More


From the Senate Floor - No Vote Explanation on House Concurrent Resolution 1

// on February 18, 2019 / Press release

Today, the Senate voted along party lines to reject Executive Order-02, which would have allowed Governor Gretchen Whitmer to reorganize the Department of Environmental Quality into the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy – while streamlining processes and ensuring an independent environmental oversight body. Read More


McMorrow on GOP’s rejection of Whitmer executive order

// on February 14, 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. – State Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D–Royal Oak) today issued the following statement on legislative Republicans’ rejection of Executive Order 2019-2, which ends special interest oversight of polluters: “As the threat of PFAS and lead looms for more families and… Read More


This Week's Update from Lansing

// on February 8, 2019 / Press release

A lot of people have asked me what I do in Lansing when I’m not session or committee meetings. I’m excited to show you what my team and I are up to this week at our office and give you a preview of our first… Read More


McMorrow calls for U.S. government to end shutdown

// on January 22, 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. – State Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D–Royal Oak) today issued the following statement on her resolution calling for an end to the partial U.S. government shutdown, which is now in its 32nd day: “Michigan is home to thousands of federal workers. Without the security… Read More


Sen. McMorrow on the Expected Resignation of John Engler from MSU

// on January 16, 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. – State Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D–Royal Oak) has issued the following statement on John Engler’s expected resignation as interim president of Michigan State University: “The president of our state’s largest public university is first and foremost responsible for the well-being of each and… Read More


Sen. McMorrow Committee Appointments Focus on Economy, Sustainability for Michigan’s Future

// on January 14, 2019 / Press release

LANSING, Mich. – State Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D–Royal Oak) today issued the following statement on being appointed to serve as the Minority Vice Chair of the Senate Economic and Small Business Development Committee, and as a member of the Senate Energy and Technology Committee and… Read More

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