News From Rep. Moss

Thursday, November 2, 2017

LANSING — This evening, the Michigan House of Representatives voted on House Bill 5013, which makes various changes to the state’s auto no-fault insurance system. The bill failed to pass, and in response, state Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) issued the following statement:

“There is a way to lower our ridiculously high auto insurance bills without giving up our essential coverage. Discriminatory industry practices like redlining are plaguing the residents of our district. I’ve been one...

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

LANSING — State Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) is leading a group of representatives who have introduced a seven-bill package to reform petition circulation legislation in the state. The bills are a response to complaints across the state that a number of petition groups are using varying degrees of dishonesty when attempting to gather signatures.

 “The use of petitions, referendums and ballot initiatives is an important component of the democratic process, but the process must be...

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

LANSING — The Michigan House of Representatives voted Senate Bills 335 and 336 out of the Elections and Ethics Committee today, rushing them through to a vote on the House floor, where both bills passed. In response, state Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield), who sits on the Committee, issued the following statement:

“I worked across the aisle earlier this year to score a huge victory for government transparency by crafting a bipartisan package of bills that...

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

LANSING — The Michigan House of Representatives passed a House Resolution introduced by Democratic Whip Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) forming a Legislators Compact, based on the recent Mayors Compact, denouncing hatred and bigotry. A companion resolution, introduced by state Sen. Margaret O’Brien (R-Kalamazoo) passed the state Senate last week.

“With the increasing visibility of hate groups across the country, it’s important now more than ever that we stand together, regardless of party, to reject this repugnant...

Monday, August 21, 2017

SOUTHFIELD — State House and Senate Democrats announced today their plan to stop prescription drug price spikes in Michigan. Almost 60 percent of American adults take prescription drugs, and according to the American Medical Association, drug prices increased 10 percent on average in 2016 — well outpacing inflation and wage growth — while some skyrocketed as much as 5,500 percent. This is the third straight year of double-digit increases in drug prices. Under the House...

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