I am honored to serve as state representative for the 29th House District and 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, as well as my coffee hours and other community events I host both virtually and in person.
In this issue:
- Upcoming Events
- National Coalition of Insurance Legislators
- Task Force Appointments
- In-District Happenings
- Town Hall Recaps
Please join me at one of my upcoming community conversations. This is an opportunity to ask me anything. I hope to see you there!
Goldner Walsh Coffee Hour
Monday, Aug. 9, at 8:30–9:30 a.m.
Monthly on the second Monday
Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/1HzIJwTTU
Haus of Brunch Coffee Hour
Monday, Aug. 9, at 10–11 a.m.
Location: 3315 Auburn Road. in Auburn Hills
Facebook Event Link: https://fb.me/e/1wtzlf3Uj
National Coalition of Insurance Legislators
I had the pleasure of attending the National Coalition of Insurance Legislators meeting in Boston, Mass., last month. During my time improving my knowledge on insurance-related issues, I was joined by Michigan Reps. Stone, Coleman and Khale.
The bipartisanship shown by this group of Michigan legislators that attended gives me hope for better solutions to insurance in Michigan for the future.
I was honored to be appointed to the following task forces:
Legislative Walk Days
I had the opportunity to meet with the Democratic vice chair of the Michigan House Appropriations Committee, my colleague Rep. Joe Tate, on bringing more funding to our communities within District 29. After our discussion, I am confident that our communities will receive much-deserved funding, and I thank Rep. Tate for meeting with me regarding this issue.
Pontiac Universal Crimes March Against Gun Violence Interview
Town Hall Recaps
Below are links to the recap videos of the many town halls I have done so far this year. If you have missed our discussions on the appropriations process, auto insurance changes, education or our small business listening tour, you can watch the recap with one of the links below.