Irwin, McMorrow Introduce Legislation to Honor Indigenous Peoples

// on Mon, Oct 14 2019 / Press release

Bills replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day, make Election Day a holiday LANSING — Sen. Jeff Irwin (D-Ann Arbor) and Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak) have introduced legislation to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day in Michigan, as well as make Election Day a state holiday. Read More


Oakland County Legislators Issue Statements on Birmingham Water Advisory

// on Mon, Oct 7 2019 / Press release

BIRMINGHAM – Today, the City of Birmingham released a public advisory for drinking water customers in accordance with the Michigan Safe Drinking Water Act, alerting residents that five of the 32 sites tested (out of approximately 9,000 total customers) exceeded the action level for lead in… Read More


A Roundtable Conversation on Extreme Risk Protection Orders (ERPOs)

// on Wed, Oct 2 2019 / Press release

Cheyna Roth of Michigan Public Radio Network moderated a panel discussion – along with Senator Mallory McMorrow (SD-13), Senator Rosemary Bayer (SD-12), Senator Erika Geiss (SD-6), Representative Julie Brixie (HD-69), and Representative Robert Wittenberg (HD-27) – about a bicameral bill package introduced this past spring to establish… Read More


Opinion: Pave the way for clean transportation

// on Fri, Sep 20 2019 / Article

Michigan’s auto industry helped build our state and continues to be one of its  top job producers. Now, we’re seeing automakers hit the gas on high-tech improvements for the next generation of clean and electric vehicles. https://www.detroitnews.com/story/opinion/2019/09/20/opinion-pave-way-clean-transportation/2368815001/… Read More


Legislators within Oakland County take a stand for K-12 funding

// on Fri, Sep 20 2019 / Press release

Votes reject budget proposal that fails to invest in Michigan classrooms  LANSING — Sens. Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak), Rosemary Bayer (D-Beverly Hills), Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) and Reps. Mari Manoogian (D-Birmingham), Kyra Bolden (D-Southfield) and Robert Wittenberg (D-Huntington Woods) today issued statements on their decision to vote no on the Republicans’ proposed K-12 budget — a proposal that failed to make the type… Read More


Meet Up with Mallory at the Office Coffee Shop

// on Mon, Jan 13 2020 8:00 am / Event

Mon, Jan 13 8:00 am - Mon, Jan 13 9:00 am
The Office Coffee Shop, 402 S Lafayette Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48067 (Directions)
Sen. Mallory McMorrow 517-373-2523 or senmmcmorrow@senate.michigan.gov

Join me at the Office Coffee Shop Garage space in Royal Oak for a community meet up every second Monday of the month from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.  Meet Up events are informal opportunities to ask questions and discuss topics regarding state issues, as well… Read More


Meet Up with Mallory at the Office Coffee Shop

// on Mon, Dec 9 2019 8:00 am / Event

Mon, Dec 9 8:00 am - Mon, Dec 9 9:00 am
The Office Coffee Shop, 402 S Lafayette Ave., Royal Oak, MI 48067 (Directions)
Sen. Mallory McMorrow 517-373-2523 or senmmcmorrow@senate.michigan.gov

Join me at the Office Coffee Shop Garage space in Royal Oak for a community meet up every second Monday of the month from 8:00 – 9:00 a.m.  Meet Up events are informal opportunities to ask questions and discuss topics regarding state issues, as well… Read More


Q&A: Michigan lawmaker envisions state as an electric vehicle leader

// on Tue, Jul 9 2019 / Article

Michigan state Sen. Mallory McMorrow encounters “misadventures” in electric vehicle charging on a near-weekly basis.  McMorrow, a first-term lawmaker who represents metro Detroit, purchased a Chevrolet Bolt last January but regularly finds herself in a bind when needing a charge.  This unreliable infrastructure is helping… Read More


Legislators propose the nation's first statewide electric vehicle charging network

// on Thu, Jun 27 2019 / Press release

Four-bill package would provide incentives, establish locations LANSING — Sen. Mallory McMorrow (D-Royal Oak), along with legislators from the House and Senate, today announced a bipartisan package to support the growth of electric vehicles in Michigan and establish the first statewide charging network in the… Read More


Michigan state parks could be opened for electric vehicle charging stations

// on Thu, Jun 27 2019 / Article

Electric vehicles can offer a lot of pluses, from a peppy launch to zero tailpipe emissions. Driving from Detroit to Traverse City on a single charge, however, is out of the question for all but a handful of EVs, such as the long range Tesla… Read More

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