News From Rep. Lane

Thursday, April 23, 2015

         LANSING — State Representative Marilyn Lane (D- Fraser) voted today against legislation that would make it easier for the state to step in and take control of school districts.

         “We should do all we can to help schools districts that are in financial distress, but taking away local control and putting the state in charge is not the answer,” said Lane. “Local school officials, teachers and parents...

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

LANSING – State Representatives Henry Yanez (D-Sterling Heights), John Chirkun (D-Roseville), Marilyn Lane (D-Fraser),Derek E. Miller (D-Warren) and Sarah Roberts (D-St. Clair Shores) took the oath of office today as the Michigan House of Representatives officially opened its 98th legislative session.

“I am honored that voters from House District 25 have sent me back to the state Capitol, and I look forward to getting to work on making Michigan better for our families, small...

Friday, December 5, 2014

LANSING - State Representative Marilyn Lane (D-Fraser), Democratic vice chairwoman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, said today that she and her Democratic colleagues are committed to finding a sustainable, comprehensive plan to repair and maintain Michigan roads than what was passed by House Republicans on Thursday evening.

“Our roads aren’t in good shape and we need to find a solution that solves the problem without creating problems for future legislators to deal with,”...

Thursday, December 4, 2014

LANSING - House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel (D-Auburn Hills), Transportation and Infrastructure Committee vice chairwoman Rep. Marilyn Lane (D-Fraser) and Rep. Brandon Dillon (D-Grand Rapids) today said they are ready to vote to fix Michigan roads, but not at the expense of taking money out of schools and local communities to pay for road repairs. House Republicans brought House Speaker Jase Bolger’s plan to the floor, which would repeal the 6 percent sales tax on...

Thursday, August 14, 2014

For residents of Fraser and Mount Clemens: Macomb County’s Emergency Management team has a hotline set up to deal with referrals and claims from damage caused by the historic flood that swept through Macomb County on Aug. 11. The hotline number is (586) 493-6767, and you can reach them Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. They can be contacted by email at mcoem@macombgov.org, or by walk-in during that same time period at...

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