News From Rep. Moss

Friday, February 10, 2017

LANSING — State Reps. Stephanie Chang (D-Detroit), Sheldon Neeley (D-Flint), Phil Phelps (D-Flushing) and Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield), along with state Senate Democratic Leader Jim Ananich (D-Flint) and Sens. Hoon Yung Hopgood (D-Taylor) and Coleman Young II (D-Detroit) introduced legislation today to restore citizen oversight commissions for air pollution, water quality and oil and gas. Michigan had air and water quality commissions at one time, but they were abolished by former Gov. John Engler in 1991....

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

State Rep. Lee Chatfield (R-Levering) and House Democratic Whip Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) today unveiled a bipartisan legislative package to increase government transparency by subjecting the legislative and executive branches to open records acts.

Chatfield, who serves as speaker pro tempore, said the 11-bill package will subject the Legislature to a new Legislative Open Records Act (LORA) and the governor and lieutenant governor to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The legislation...

Monday, January 30, 2017

“The anti-refugee rhetoric exhibited during the 2016 presidential election was the most despicable part of the presidential contest, and I’m dismayed that the campaign rhetoric is beginning to find itself enshrined in policy proposals by the Trump administration. We have gone down this road before, and it is horrifying to me that we are watching history repeat itself.

“I’m the great-grandson of eastern European Jews who fled to the United States to escape the horrors...

Friday, January 27, 2017

LANSING — House Democratic Whip Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) has been named the Democratic vice chairman of the influential House Regulatory Reform Committee for 2017-18. He had previously been a member of the same committee in the 2015-16 session.

“It is a great honor to be asked to lead the Democratic efforts in the House Regulatory Reform Committee,” Rep. Moss said. “This committee is tasked with enacting or repealing regulations that affect public health and safety, protect our environment, and help small...

Thursday, January 26, 2017

LANSING — State Reps. Jon Hoadley (D-Kalamazoo) and Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield) have introduced legislation to improve Michigan’s redistricting process by creating a nonpartisan commission that would oversee the drawing of political boundaries. The legislation comes in the wake of a study published by the Electoral Integrity Project (EIP) which recently found that North Carolina — the most highly partisan districted state in the nation — was no longer considered a democracy due to the drawing...

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