Rep. Meerman talks about final House passage Tuesday of a bipartisan plan to improve the state’s Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry system. Currently, to be placed on the Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry, a person must merely attract the attention of Child Protective Services. The plan, Wyatt’s Law, seeks to improve the system of registering serious child abuse and neglect offenders separate from minor offenders. The measures now go the the Governor.
State Rep. Luke Meerman (R-Coopersville) issued the following statement after the president asked Congress to suspend the federal gas tax, urging Gov. Whitmer to give drivers additional savings at the pump by approving a state gas tax break as proposed by the Legislature:
Rep. Meerman, one of the co-chairs of the bipartisan House School Safety Task Force, talks to reporters on the House floor Wednesday about the group’s work. Rep. Meerman says the four Republicans and four Democrats who make up the panel are working on finding consensus to develop legislation that will be introduced as soon as […]
Rep. Meerman talks about his HB 4705, now Public Act 63 of 2022, which requires the audio recording of every meeting of a state licensing board, state commission panel or state rule-making body. Rep. Meerman says the new law provides a new layer of accountability.