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Rep Sheppard welcomes Jackman Road Elementary students to Capitol

first_img06Jun Rep. Sheppard welcomes Jackman Road Elementary students to Capitol Categories: Sheppard News,Sheppard Photos State Rep. Jason Sheppard of Temperance welcomed students from Jackman Road Elementary School in Temperance to the Capitol on June 6.“I’m excited to see young students interested in state government,” Rep. Sheppard said. “It’s so important that they learn about the significant role the Legislature plays and I encourage them to be informed and active citizens as they grow up.”State Rep. Jason Sheppard visits with Jackman Road Elementary students during their trip to the Capitol building in Lansing.last_img


Rep Paquette promotes website dedicated to car insurance reform

first_img27Feb Rep. Paquette promotes website dedicated to car insurance reform Categories: Paquette News New legislative site to provide public interaction, latest news on reformState Rep. Brad Paquette, along with House colleagues, recently announced the creation of a special website to keep people informed about the House Select Committee on Reducing Car Insurance Rates while giving Michigan drivers a simple way to provide their input.The website, www.ReduceMiRatesNow.com, allows anyone to easily offer input that could help shape future legislation, and gives state representatives another method to hear ideas and concerns.“Michigan’s no-fault car insurance system is a potential budget buster for many Southwest Michigan families,” said Paquette, of Niles. “With car insurance rates drastically lower a few miles south in Indiana, the temptation for Berrien and Cass county residents to move across the state line to avoid skyrocketing premiums is very real. The House’s newly launched website dedicated to car insurance reform offers constituents a way to share their stories and ideas for reform directly with the committee.”The website includes a news tab allowing residents to keep up to date with developments and committee meeting schedules. Ideas submitted by Michigan drivers concerning legislation will go directly to the committee, assuring every submission will be considered.“I encourage everyone to share their voices and be an integral part of the reform process,” Paquette said. “Everyone has a seat at the table. I look forward to joining our community’s effort to deliver a solution that makes our rates more affordable and in line with neighboring states.”Paquette encourages residents to follow the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ReduceMiRatesNow/ to see the latest news regarding the committee.last_img read more