Meet Up with Mallory and Rep. Wittenberg in Berkley

// on Mon, Aug 26 2019 7:00 pm / Event

Mon, Aug 26 7:00 pm - Mon, Aug 26 8:00 pm
American Legion Post 374, 2079 12 Mile Road, Berkley, MI 48072 (Directions)
Sen. Mallory McMorrow 517-373-2523 or senmmcmorrow@senate.michigan.gov

Join me and Representative Robert Wittenberg at the American Foreign Legion Post 374 in Berkley for a community meet up on Monday, August 26 at 7:00 p.m. I hope to see you there!  Meet Up events are informal opportunities to ask questions and discuss topics… 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


Michigan CVS stores add new safes to prevent opioid thefts

// on Thu, Jun 27 2019 / Article

ROYAL OAK, Mich. — Michigan officials are hopeful that new technology being added to CVS pharmacies across the state will help make a difference in the opioid crisis. “Decreasing opioid prescription related deaths in our state takes an all-hands-on-deck approach, which is why it’s so… Read More


What's new this week

// on Mon, Jun 10 2019 / Press release

IN THIS EDITION Why I Wear Orange June is for Pride New in the Legislature Committee Updates In-District Office Opens Today Other News and Notes Coming Up Why I Wear OrangeFriday was National Gun Violence Awareness Day. In 2013, a group of 15-year-old girls wore… Read More


What's new this week

// on Tue, May 28 2019 / Press release

IN THIS EDITION Ensuring Equal Pay for Equal Work Committee Updates Reflecting on Memorial DayOther News and Notes Ensuring Equal Pay for Equal Work When we fail to ensure that equal work gets equal pay, regardless of gender or identity, we not only shortchange women, we hinder our… Read More


Highlights from Senior Services Summit

// on Fri, May 24 2019 / Press release

Earlier this week, Attorney General Dana Nessel joined Rep. Robert Wittenberg and me in Berkley for a Senior Services Summit and town hall about elder abuse. The attorney general discussed many of the issues impacting our residents and shared updates on her office’s new Elder Abuse… Read More


Opinion | Gays don’t need to be ‘fixed.’ Michigan must ban conversion therapy

// on Wed, May 22 2019 / Article

Think back to the first time you fell in love. Not what you expected out of this op-ed? Well, stay with me. Think back to long before you were sitting here reading this article. Back before your first job. Maybe you’ve got kids now, or… Read More


What's New this Week

// on Mon, May 13 2019 / Press release

IN THIS EDITION In the legislature Committee updates Update on conversion therapy ban Other news and notes In the legislature The Senate unanimously voted in support of Senate Bill 228, which would create a Suicide Prevention Commission in Michigan to study, better understand, and help formulate solutions… Read More

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