News From Rep. Neeley

Thursday, January 19, 2017

LANSING — Recently named House Democratic Caucus Whip, State Rep. Jeremy Moss (D-Southfield), has chosen five assistant whips to help him focus and direct the caucus’s efforts in 99th session of the Michigan House of Representatives. They are state Reps. Erika Geiss (D-Taylor), Abdullah Hammoud (D-Dearborn), Frank Liberati (D-Allen Park), Sheldon Neeley (D-Flint) and John Kivela (D-Marquette).

“I’m proud to serve as House Democratic Caucus Whip and work with my team to push for our legislative

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

                “As the governor delivered his State of the State address tonight, I would have liked to hear more about how he plans to continue dealing with the water crisis taking place in Flint. To this day, my community continues to suffer as a result of lead-contaminated water, and solutions are still desperately needed. Despite introducing more than 15 bills to address water quality in our state last...

Friday, January 6, 2017

FLINT — State Rep. Sheldon Neeley (D-Flint) expressed his sincere gratitude today after Gov. Rick Snyder signed his House Bill 5120 into law. HB 5120 was introduced in response to Flint’s water supply being contaminated with lead and represents a positive step forward in recovering from that crisis.

“I am extremely grateful to the governor and his administration for their ongoing cooperation in remedying what truly is a humanitarian crisis,” said Neeley. “This is an...

Thursday, December 8, 2016

LANSING – The Michigan Legislative Black Caucus (MLBC) vehemently opposes House Bill 6066, and urges the Michigan Senate to reject legislation that will ultimately suppress the voting rights of Michigan’s poor and elderly citizens.

The bill, passed last night by the Michigan House of Representatives on a predominantly 57-50 partisan vote, requires voters who fail to produce a photo ID on Election Day to do so within 10 days, or have their ballots disqualified. They...

Thursday, December 8, 2016

LANSING — A new mobile app and website funded by has been built for residents of Flint and officials within the city to navigate the ongoing water crisis. The app, Mywater-Flint for Android and found online at, was created by researchers at the University of Michigan’s Flint and Ann Arbor campuses.

“While the attention on our community’s continued crisis has quieted down, I am extremely grateful that the researchers at the University...