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  house.mi.gov - Michigan House of Representatives
The House of Representatives consists of 110 Members who are elected by the qualified electors of districts having approximately 77,000 to 91,000 residents.
House sessions are open to the public and are normally held on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 1:30 PM and on Thursdays at 10:30 AM.
Michigan's Legislature is a sovereign and independent branch of state government vested with the power to enact laws by which the actions of the government and the people are regulated and protected.
house.michigan.gov /citizens_guide.asp   (1880 words)

  Michigan State House of Representatives - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Michigan State House of Representatives is the lower body of the Michigan Legislature.
There are 110 Representatives, each of whom is elected from districts having approximately 77,000 to 91,000 residents, based on population figures from the U.S. Census.
Speaker of the House: Craig DeRoche of Novi (R-38)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Michigan_State_House_of_Representatives   (248 words)

 Michigan Recycling Coalition : conference   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Jerry O. Kooiman was first elected to the Michigan House of Representatives from the 75th District on November 7, 2000.
Representing the East Side of the City of Grand Rapids, Jerry Kooiman was sworn into office on January 10, 2001.
Representative Kooiman was one of only seven freshman legislators appointed to the Appropriations Committee which develops the state's $38 billion annual budget.
www.michiganrecycles.org /conference_recentses3.shtml   (1720 words)

 Legislative Speakers - Michigan House Civics Commission
State Representative Acciavatti was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in 2002, representing the 32nd District.
State Representative Hopgood was elected to the 22nd House District in 2002 and was the first Asian-American to be elected to the Michigan House of Representatives.
State Representative Joe Hune was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in 2002 to represent the 47th District.
www.civicscommission.com /resources/speakers/legislative   (3720 words)

 Bottle Bill Expansion
Michigan's recycling rate of 20 percent is significantly lower than the other Great Lakes states' average of 30 percent, and is falling while other states are gaining.
The vetoed bills, SB 790 and 854, were the first initiatives recommended by the Michigan Beverage Container and Recycling Task Force - the group of senators who studied recycling for 10 months in 2003.
The Michigan Grocers Association continues to work together with MRP to educate the legislature and consumers about the food safety risks associated with bringing garbage back to the grocery store and to explore solutions to Michigan's growing solid waste problem.
www.michigangrocers.org /g_bottlebill.htm   (1522 words)

 Austin Blair--Michigan's 13th governor
In 1854 he was a leader of the gathering under the oaks at Jackson which formed the Republican party, and, as a Republican, he was a Michigan senator, 1855-1856, governor of Michigan, 1861-1865, and a member of the United States House of Representatives, 1867-1873.
As a state representative he introduced legislation to enfranchise adult male Negroes, was a leading supporter of the law of 1846 which abolished capital punishment in Michigan, and advocated statewide prohibition of the manufacture and sale of spirituous liquor.
His immediate purpose as a Free Soiler and as a Republican was to put slavery on a path to extinction by preventing its expansion in the territories.
www.michiganhistorymagazine.com /extra/politics/austin_blair.html   (894 words)

 Welcome to the Michigan Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
MAPERS is pleased to announce that the Michigan State House of Representatives has approved a resolution recognizing and honoring its new program to educate pension plan trustees in their responsibilities.
MAPERS strives for and facilitates the discussion and mutual exchange of ideas on topics of retiree benefits, administration, and trust fund investment; no, therefore, be it Resolved by the House of Representatives, That the members of this legislative body recognize and commend the Michigan Association of Public Employee Retirement Systems.
The question being on the adoption of the resolution, the resolution was adopted by the Michigan House of Representatives.
www.mapers.org /legislation_house461.html   (365 words)

 Political Internship Placements
This internship is an unpaid position with the House of Representatives, located in downtown Lansing, at 124 North Capitol.
Progressive State Representative from the Democratic Caucus seeks responsible and Skilled interns to assist the member and staff in the duties of administerting the legislative office in Lansing, Michigan.
The Michigan Republican State Committee is seeking energetic college students for summer and fall internships.
www.emich.edu /public/polisci/Internship/political.htm   (3153 words)

 United States House of Representatives, 110th Congress, 1st Session
United States House of Representatives, 110th Congress, 1st Session
System Advisory: U.S. House of Representatives engineers will be performing routine database server maintenance on Sunday, April 22, 2007, between the hours of 7:00 am and 9:00 am EDT.
U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC 20515
www.house.gov   (130 words)

 State Representative Rick Baxter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Candidates for the Michigan Legislature would be required to undergo criminal background checks under legislation introduced today that helps ensure convicted felons do not get a chance to represent citizens, announced state Reps. Rick Baxter and Leslie Mortimer.
The Michigan House today overwhelmingly approved legislation to protect senior citizens and other Michigan residents from the increasing threat of mortgage and identity fraud, state Rep. Rick Baxter announced.
More than three dozen groups representing the various interests and activities of Michigan sportsmen and women today gathered at the state Capitol to showcase their contribution to Michigan's outdoor heritage, traditions and economy at the first-ever Sportsmen's Day at the Capitol.
www.gophouse.com /baxter.htm   (553 words)

 GLAAD: Michigan House Passes Bill Allowing Doctors to Refuse Treatment of Gays
The Republican-controlled Michigan House of Representatives passed a measure today that would allow doctors to refuse to treat gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender patients.
The bill was strongly supported by the Michigan Catholic Conference, a conservative religious organization that also hosted a legislative day for Catholics at the state Capitol today.
One would exempt a health insurer or health facility from providing or covering a health care procedure that violated ethical, moral or religious principles reflected in their bylaws or mission statement.
www.glaad.org /media/newspops_detail.php?id=3659   (428 words)

 Michigan moves to ban Canadian trash
The Michigan House of Representatives has approved legislation that would prohibit Canadian trash from being dumped in state landfills once the U.S. government gives the state the authority to ban foreign trash.
House Republicans, who previously opposed an outright ban on Canadian trash, said they were moving the bills forward because the U.S. House of Representatives was expected to take up a measure in the coming weeks that would allow states to regulate foreign trash.
Michigan Republicans said U.S. Supreme Court decisions have stated the federal constitution's interstate commerce clause allows only Congress, not the states, to regulate the trash trade.
www.cbc.ca /world/story/2005/09/21/Michigan_trash20050921.html   (1474 words)

 Huron Daily Tribune - Michigan House passes ‘Charlie’s Bill’
Brown’s comments came after the Michigan House of Representatives passed ‘Charlie’s Bill’ Tuesday in efforts to protect grieving military families by requiring employers to provide paid bereavement leave.
The House’s plan, which was proposed by Brown, is aimed at protecting the families of Michigan servicemembers killed while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Michigan's fallen heroes gave their lives to protect us — the least we can do to show our gratitude is protect their families as they prepare to bury their loved ones,” said Brown, who is vice chair of the House Military and Veterans Affairs and Homeland Security Committee.
www.michigansthumb.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=18735280&BRD=2292&PAG=461&dept_id=476228&rfi=6   (365 words)

 IP Streaming in the Michigan House of Representatives
The addition of a new building two years ago provided the Michigan House of Representatives the perfect opportunity to add sophisticated video streaming capabilities to its networking and communications infrastructure.
The House’s video streaming system is powered by two Optibase MGW 2000 streaming servers which stream up to 12 channels of live debates, committee proceedings and news over an IP network to the desktops of 720 representatives and staffers.
In addition to providing in-house streaming capabilities for legislators and staffers, the House of Representatives uses the same system to stream video of floor debates through another server to a public Internet site – www.house.state.mi.us – where citizens have can keep up to date with floor debates.
www.optibase.com /Content.aspx?id=108   (309 words)

 Board of Directors - Michigan Suburbs Alliance
A lifelong resident of Taylor, Michigan, Greg Pitoniak served as Mayor of the city from 1997 to 2005.
She is active in the Michigan Municipal League, the International City Managers Association, the Michigan Local Government Management Association, the Woodward Avenue Action Association and the Woodward Dream Cruise, Inc. Ball and her husband have lived in Oak Park for 34 years and have three sons, all of whom live in the metro Detroit area.
Berman served fourteen years in the Michigan House of Representatives, the last six on the House Appropriations Committee, where she chaired the subcommittees on Public Heath and K-12 Education and was instrumental in creating a new system for funding Michigan’s public schools.
www.michigansuburbsalliance.org /about_us/board_of_directors.php   (1744 words)

 Mich. House Considers Asbestos Bill - by Michael Coulter - The Heartland Institute
On May 23, the recently organized Michigan House of Representatives Committee on Tort Reform, by a vote of five to one, reported favorably to the whole body House Bill No. 5851, which would greatly change Michigan tort law related to asbestos and silica lawsuits.
According to a summary by the Michigan House Fiscal Office, the bill would "specify that a person is not entitled to an asbestos claim or silica claim unless the exposed person has a physical impairment to which asbestos or silica exposure was a substantial contributing factor."
Similar in many ways to the Michigan bill, the measure is a revised version of a bill that was filibustered in November 2005.
www.heartland.org /Article.cfm?artId=19469   (608 words)

 Michigan Association of REALTORS®
Of those 22 races, 21 of them are the result of term-limits and the last one a result of State Representative Shelly Taub’s (R-40th) decision to forgo her final term in the House to make a run for the 13th district Senate seat, currently held by Shirley Johnson, who is retiring due to term-limits.
The Michigan Association of REALTORS® looks forward to working with our local associations to interview all of the appropriate candidates and make our recommendations based on their ability to be an effective voice for the real estate industry and private property rights here in Michigan.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson testified before the House Tax Policy committee recently and said if the bill is vetoed, which it was, he would start his own petition drive to get the SBT 2007 repeal on the November ballot for the voters to decide.
www.mirealtors.com /advocacy/fieldreportsoutheastapril.html   (1352 words)

 Michigan House Proposes New Telecom Tax - by Steven Titch - The Heartland Institute
The Michigan House of Representatives is considering a bill that would levy a "public safety" surcharge of $1.35 on all phone bills to fund a variety of law enforcement-related programs.
That means if the bill passes, Michigan consumers and businesses can expect to pay an additional $1.35 per month on each landline and wireless phone line they, their family, or their employees use.
Because the Michigan telecom tax would be regressive–everyone, regardless of income, will pay the same amount--critics say it would disproportionately affect access of low-income consumers to the Internet and new telecommunications technologies, further widening the gap between telecom haves and have-nots.
www.heartland.org /Article.cfm?artId=21875   (744 words)

 Michigan House of Representatives, District 57
The high cost of prescriptions is one of the complaints I hear most often from seniors I represent, and I have backed several pieces of legislation that would help make these medications more affordable.
In Michigan, the challenges of an aging population are especially problematic because those age 85 and older are the fastest growing segment of the population.
Beyond this, a central clearing house could be created where citizens could go for all mail and telemarketing complaints.
www.aarp.org /vg2002/mi/mi_michigan_house_of_representatives_district_57.html   (1568 words)

 Michigan House of Representatives passes Armenian Genocide Resolution
Michigan House Resolution 58 passed the House Oversight Committee by a vote of 4 to 18 and later passed the full House.
"The Armenian National Committee of Michigan and the entire Armenian American community here in the Great Lake state are proud that the Michigan House of Representatives has honored the victims of the Armenian Genocide by commemorating this great tragedy," stated Harry Derderian, spokesman for the Armenian National Committee of Michigan.
Michigan Senator George Zaven Hart introduced a similar resolution in the State Senate.
www.anca.org /press_releases/press_releases.php?prid=72   (305 words)

 City of Lansing, Michigan
Mayor Bernero's career in government began in 1987 with the Michigan House of Representatives, where he served as a legislative analyst for House Speakers Gary Owen and Lewis Dodak.
He was recognized by the Michigan Association of School Psychologists in November, 2003 for his exemplary advocacy on behalf of Michigan's children.
After one term in the Michigan House of Representatives, Mayor Bernero was elected to the Michigan Senate in 2002, where he served as Minority Vice Chair of the Senate Health Policy Committee and as a member of three additional standing committees (Judiciary, Technology and Energy, and Local, Urban and State Affairs).
www.cityoflansingmi.com /mayor/about_the_mayor.jsp   (390 words)

On behalf of the citizens of Michigan, Governor Jennifer M. Granholm has proclaimed May 2007 as "Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month" to remind motorists of the seasonal return of motorcycle enthusiasts to Michigan's highways.
The event is also supported through a Legislative Resolution offered by State Representative Bob Constan and several other members of the Michigan House of Representatives.
As highway safety supporters, Michigan motorcyclists ask that motorists get in the habit of looking for motorcycles as they drive, both during the safety awareness month and throughout the entire riding season.
home.att.net /~ericmlarson/may   (444 words)

 Write Your Representative - Contact your Congressperson in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Write Your Representative - Contact your Congressperson in the U.S. House of Representatives.
This service will assist you by identifying your Congressperson in the U.S. House of Representatives and providing contact information.
Please note that messages for specific Representatives sent to the Service Administrator will not be forwarded to the Representative.
www.house.gov /writerep   (84 words)

 Michigan Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Chapter News
Andrew Saxe, MD, FACS, the Chapter’s immediate past-president, was invited to testify before the Michigan House Health Policy Subcommittee on Appropriate Supply and Utilization of Michigan’s Health Care Workforce.
Subcommittee members in attendance were Representative Steven Ehardt, (Rep-Lexington) the full Health Policy Committee chairperson, and Representative Judith Scranton (Rep-Brighton), the subcommittee chairperson.
With the closure of that hospital, fewer internists, surgeons, radiologists, gynecologists, etc are being trained in Michigan.
www.facs.org /chapters/michigan/publications/legislative.html   (417 words)

 Kate Ebli 56th District House of Representatives Michigan
Ebli won both the unexpired term and the 2007-08 term for state representative in House District 56.
She won the 2007-08 term in the House by garnering 18,468 votes.
Hannan ran for a state House seat himself in Connecticut six years ago, and has been a source of inspiration for his daughter.
kateebli.com   (653 words)

 1889 Michigan House of Representatives Cigarette Hazards Report
The report-development process began February 26, 1889, in the Michigan House of Representatives.
This occurred during the term of Francis Willard, M.S., M.A., LL.D. WCTU sent Congress thousands of petitions for banning cigarettes, citing the already then-known fact that cigarettes were "causing insanity and death to thousands" of youths.
The committee shall report to the House (or to the Clerk of the House if the House is not in session) as soon as practicable during the present Congress the results of its investigation and study, together with such recommendations as it deems advisable.
medicolegal.tripod.com /mihouse1889.htm   (3674 words)

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