State Rep. John Roth (at podium), of Traverse City, speaks during a news conference on Tuesday, June 15 at the state Capitol building in Lansing. Legislators and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced new bipartisan measures establishing a more accessible, higher-quality child care system for Michigan families.
Rep. Roth talks about House passage Wednesday of a bipartisan package of legislation that removes government barriers to help make child care in Michigan more accessible.
Rep. Roth talks about the introduction of a two-bill package of legislation that would enable community colleges in Michigan to offer four-year nursing degrees, which he says would help with a significant issue in northern Michigan.
Rep. Roth talks about testimony Tuesday as the House Education Committee began to take up his HB 5556, which would allow community colleges in Michigan to grant four-year bachelor of science degrees in nursing. Rep. Roth says the legislation is badly needed in his community.