Wojno Honored by Library Association as Legislator of the Year

// on Fri, Oct 18 2019 / Press release

Senator recognized for work combating opioid overdoses NOVI — Sen. Paul Wojno (D-Warren) today was named the Michigan Library Association Legislator of the Year at their annual conference that took place at the Suburban Collections Showplace in Novi. Sen. Wojno won the award for his work on… Read More


Coffee Hour

// on Fri, Nov 1 2019 10:00 am / Event

Fri, Nov 1 10:00 am - Fri, Nov 1 11:00 am
DeCarlo’s Banquet Center, 6015 East 10 Mile Road Warren, MI 48091 (Directions)
Sen. Paul Wojno 517-373-8360 or senpwojno@senate.michigan.gov

Please join State Senator Paul Wojno to discuss important issues in our community. Read More


Sen. Wojno Issues Statement in Support of UAW Workers

// on Mon, Sep 16 2019 / Press release

WARREN – Today, Sen. Paul Wojno (D-Warren) issued the following statement in support of General Motors workers in Macomb who went to the picket line today to strike:  “I stand in solidarity with the United Auto Workers in Macomb. For decades, these are the people who have… Read More


Wojno bill to combat opioid overdoses becomes law

// on Thu, Jun 27 2019 / Press release

LANSING — Sen. Paul Wojno (D-Warren) is one step closer to helping save the lives of opioid addicts after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer today signed Senate Bill 200 into law as Public Act 36 of 2019. Introduced in March 2019, the bill package — that included… Read More


State senator visits local third graders

// on Mon, Jun 17 2019 / Article

After state Sen. Paul Wojno, D-Warren, received letters from third grade students who attend Pinewood Elementary School, he decided he wanted to meet them. On the afternoon of June 7, Wojno visited with the school’s two third grade classes — under teachers Pam Ansell and Courtney… Read More


Senate passes bill giving government employees OK to administer Narcan

// on Fri, May 24 2019 / Article

The Michigan Senate has passed a bill to allow government agencies and employees to administer naloxone — known by its brand name Narcan — in case of an emergency opioid overdose. Senate Bill 200, sponsored by Paul Wojno (D-Warren), is part of a… Read More


Army Col. Fabian joins Sen. Wojno for Senate Memorial Day Service

// on Thu, May 23 2019 / Press release

LANSING — Sen. Paul Wojno (D-Warren) today welcomed U.S. Army Col. Norman M. Fabian, a former member of the Navy and Army National Guard, as his special guest for the annual Michigan Senate Memorial Day service that honors current and former military servicemembers.  “Colonel Fabian has been… Read More


Senate passes bill giving government employees OK to administer Narcan

// on Thu, May 23 2019 / Article

The Michigan Senate has passed a bill to allow government agencies and employees to administer naloxone — known by its brand name Narcan — in case of an emergency opioid overdose. Senate Bill 200, sponsored by Paul Wojno (D-Warren), is part of a… Read More


Any public employee could distribute anti-overdose drugs under Michigan bills

// on Wed, May 22 2019 / Article

Librarians, school officials, first responders and other public employees could carry and administer anti-overdose drugs under legislation passed in the Michigan Senate. Taken together, the bills expand access to Narcan for public agencies, allowing authorized agencies to obtain the medication, train employees on how to… Read More


Senate passes Wojno bill to combat opioid overdoses

// on Wed, May 22 2019 / Press release

Legislation would allow government agencies in Michigan to administer naloxone LANSING — The Michigan Senate today passed a bill introduced by Sen. Paul Wojno (D-Warren) that would allow governmental agencies and employees to administer naloxone, also known by the brand name Narcan, in case of an emergency… Read More

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