The Michigan Senate Committee on Judiciary and Public Safety today approved state Rep. Julie Alexander’s bipartisan plan to protect Michigan residents from deadly drugs by cracking down on heroin and fentanyl dealers.
State Rep. Julie Alexander today blasted Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for vetoing legislation to increase accountability and transparency for emergency powers used by state government officials.
“With a few strokes of her veto pen, Gov. Whitmer has blocked the most basic openness and accountability that Michigan citizens expect from their state government,” said Alexander, R-Hanover.
A new law sponsored by state Rep. Julie Alexander will allow retired corrections officers to continue receiving their retirement benefits while resuming work, an incentive designed to let experienced professionals help fill staffing gaps at state prisons and relieve some of the pressure on current officers.
State Rep. Julie Alexander and the Michigan House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a detailed plan to bring greater accountability and transparency to Michigan’s emergency powers.
The Senate Committee on Appropriations on Tuesday unanimously approved state Rep. Julie Alexander’s plan to allow retirees to resume work at Michigan prisons without suspending their retirement benefits.
The Senate Agriculture Committee today unanimously approved state Rep. Julie Alexander’s plan to support Michigan small businesses by offering new labeling and delivery options for cottage food products.
A big part of my work as state representative is gathering information. I listen and learn from you — the people I serve — and in turn I help you obtain answers from your state government. As voters, we all expect free, secure elections, and I’ve heard from many of you concerned for the integrity of our foundational democratic processes.
Jackson County kids are back in class, so now is a good opportunity for students, parents, teachers, and all of us to familiarize ourselves with the OK2SAY program — a key tool to help keep schools in our community safe.
State Rep. Julie Alexander, R-Hanover, today issued the following statement criticizing Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s new call for a sales tax suspension on school supplies after she previously vetoed three bipartisan tax relief plans passed by the Legislature:
State Rep. Julie Alexander and the Michigan House of Representatives this morning approved Alexander’s plan to hold state government accountable to the people of Michigan when officials exercise emergency powers.