Session Update & Upcoming District Events

UPDATES FROM THE LEGISLATURE
Supplemental State Budget Bills

Last week, the state Senate and House of Representatives passed two supplemental bills reinstating many previously vetoed budget line items. I was proud to vote yes on these bills to restore critical funding for public health, education — and to important programs like the Michigan Tuition Grant which I know many students from our district rely on as they pursue their college degrees.

In addition to these supplemental bills, we also voted on legislation requiring state budgets to be completed by July 1st instead of October 1st, something I’ve been advocating for throughout this process to ensure our schools are able to adequately plan for the coming school year. I’m hopeful the legislature will continue to work in a much more bipartisan fashion to keep Michigan moving forward on the things that are important to individuals and families throughout the state. If you are interested in learning more about what was included in these two supplemental budget bills, you can click here to find more information.

Other Legislation

IN THE DISTRICT
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December 4: 

December 5: 

December 6: 

December 9: Meet Up with Mallory 

UPCOMING EVENTS 

Meet Up with Mallory
Meet Up events are informal opportunities to ask questions and discuss topics regarding state issues, as well as receive an update on the Michigan Legislature. It’s also a chance to share your thoughts on district matters so I can better represent you at the Capitol. 

OTHER NOTES AND NEWS 

Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission 


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