I am honored to serve as state representative for the 4th House District and am proud to be a strong advocate in Lansing for the residents and families of our community. Please encourage your friends and family to stay connected and subscribe to this e-newsletter. It will keep you up-to-date on legislation and policies coming from the Capitol.
Reasons to Contact My Office
The short answer is any reason at all. As your state legislator, my number one priority is YOU. Any reason you can think of to reach out to me for help is the right reason. My staff and I are ready to listen and work with you to solve whatever challenges you may face. A few examples of why you may want to contact my office are:
- Commenting on current legislation or proposing a solution; as your voice in Lansing, it is critical for me to know how you feel about certain issues and I want to hear from you.
- The state offers a wide range of free publications on topics such as seniors and veterans services, child safety, consumer protection and more. If you would like one, or if you have questions about what is available, please contact my office.
- I will be hosting town halls and other community events throughout the year. If you need additional information or want to follow up on one of those events, then this is another excellent reason to get in touch.
- If there is someone you know who should be honored with a legislative tribute or certificate, please tell us about the milestones or achievements they have reached.
This is by no means an exhaustive list of reasons to contact my office; if you need help or assistance of any kind, please contact us. We will work side-by-side with you to find the answers you need.
Auto Insurance Town Hall
Please join me this Saturday, May 11, at 6 p.m., 51 W. Hancock St. in Detroit for a town hall to discuss ways the Michigan House is working to reduce auto insurance rates while ensuring injured Michigan drivers can return promptly to their lives, jobs and families. Joining me is my special guest state Rep. Kyra Bolden.
Expanding 10 cent Meal Program Press Conference
I will also be holding a press conference on Monday, May 13, at 11 a.m., at Peaches and Greens, 8838 3rd Ave. in Detroit to expand Michigan’s 10 cent Meal Program expanded to include Region 10, the tri-county area of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. The 10 cent Meal program is nationally recognized and incentivizes the purchase of local produce for school lunches. The program provides 10 cents per child per day solely for the purchase of local produce. I hope you can come out and join me.
State Representative Isaac Robinson
4th House District