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Spring Updates from Sen. Polehanki for District 5

Spring Updates from Sen. Polehanki for District 5

Dear Neighbor,  I hope this newsletter finds you and your loved ones in good health and high spirits as we kick off the month of April. I also hope you had a wonderful spring break with your family, creating lasting memories and enjoying some well-deserved...

Spring Updates from Sen. Polehanki for District 5

Spring Updates from Sen. Polehanki for District 5

Dear Neighbor, I hope this newsletter finds you and your loved ones in good health and high spirits as we kick off the month of April. I also hope you had a wonderful spring break with your family, creating lasting memories and enjoying some well-deserved relaxation....

Spring Updates from Sen. Polehanki for District 5

Dear Neighbor, I hope this newsletter finds you and your loved ones in good health and high spirits as we kick off the month of April. I also hope you had a wonderful spring break with your family, creating lasting memories and enjoying some well-deserved relaxation....

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UPDATE: BILL PASSED THE MICHIGAN SENATE

"Thank you, Mr. President,

Today I rise in support of my bill – Senate Bill 285 – that makes Kindergarten mandatory for Michigan’s 5-year old kids.

If we’re serious about setting kids up for a lifetime of success, early-education is where it’s at.

As Governor Whitmer and Democrats in the legislature push forward with our goal to make preschool universal for all 4-year olds here in Michigan, it doesn’t make sense that kindergarten continue to be optional.

We must strive to create a culture and expectation here in our state that kids’ formal education should begin early. And we are giving parents a variety of choices to accomplish this.

My bill gives parents the option for their kids to attend kindergarten in public, charter, private, parochial or home school for a half-day or a full-day. And if a parent feels strongly that their kid is not ready, there’s an opt-out provision.

Again, the goal of this legislation is to create a culture in which early-education is valued and viewed as the indispensable building block that it is, and my bill does just that.

I ask my colleagues to vote yes on SB 285.

Thank you, Mr. President, and I ask that my remarks be printed in the journal."
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You are a tyrant

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Thank you to Attorney General Dana Nessel for doing TWO Senior Scam Town Halls in Senate District 5 today: one in Canton and one in Inkster.

We learned about spoofing, smishing, AI scams, catfishing, and other scams in which seniors are targeted.

The photo on the right includes Inkster Mayor Byron Nolen and Inkster City Council member Lindsay Scott.
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Thank you to Attorney General Dana Nessel for doing TWO Senior Scam Town Halls in Senate District 5 today: one in Canton and one in Inkster. 

We learned about spoofing, smishing, AI scams, catfishing, and other scams in which seniors are targeted. 

The photo on the right includes Inkster Mayor Byron Nolen and Inkster City Council member Lindsay Scott.Image attachment

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Beautiful Senator Dayna Polehanki 🙂 Wish You Become The President Of Egypt ☺

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