News From State Rep. Tim Greimel

Friday, February 26, 2016

“When House Speaker Kevin Cotter and House Republicans tried to sweep Courser and Gamrat’s misconduct under the rug by expelling them from the House without a criminal investigation, House Democrats boldly insisted that the attorney general and the Michigan State Police investigate criminal wrongdoing as part of the expulsion. The results of their investigation prove that was the right move. We hope that all elected officials, including Speaker Cotter and Gov. Rick Snyder, will be held...

Thursday, February 4, 2016

“Governor Snyder needs to come forward and in clear terms say whether or not he knew about the dramatic increase in Legionnaire’s disease in Genesee County. If he did know and did nothing, he needs to resign immediately. If he did not know, he and his administration are guilty of colossal incompetence. Snyder promised he would bring corporate-like efficiency to state government, but the only thing he has brought is corporate like-neglect of everyday Michiganders.”...

Monday, January 25, 2016

“The crisis in Flint demands that we work together on medium- and long-term solutions to the city’s water problems. The priority for all of us, as elected officials, should be the health and well-being of Flint residents. It is troubling the Snyder administration has decided to hire an outside political public relations firm — with ties to his administration —  that will be focused on spin instead of solutions and funded by some unknown dark money...

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

“Tonight, Gov. Rick Snyder went before Michigan citizens to tell them our state is doing well. Sadly, that’s not entirely true. Our state isn’t doing well when our own citizens are being poisoned by tap water, and when hardworking families are surviving from paycheck to paycheck because we don’t have enough good jobs in our state. We are living with the consequences of five years of Republican rule in Michigan: tainted water, stagnant wages and...

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

“For the second time in two days, Gov. Rick Snyder has signed into law a bill designed to tamper with our democracy. Senate Bill 571 is designed to keep voters in the dark about important issues in their community, including school millages and bonds to fund police and fire departments. Because of Gov. Snyder’s actions, local governments and school districts will not be allowed to pay for materials to educate voters on these issues. Meanwhile,...

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