Rep. Scott VanSingel has been appointed to a special committee designed to help shape policy priorities for Michigan House Republicans in the upcoming 2021-22 legislative session.
VanSingel, of Grant, was appointed by Speaker-elect Jason Wentworth to serve on the Policy Action Plan Committee. The temporary panel will collect policy ideas and top priorities from returning and incoming legislators.
“This is a challenging time for the state of Michigan – which makes it an especially important time to make the best decisions possible for our path forward,” VanSingel said. “The people of Lake, Oceana and Newaygo counties will have a voice in determining priorities for the next legislative session – supporting our families, job providers and taxpayers.”
The Policy Action Plan Committee will be chaired by Reps. Graham Filler of DeWitt and Steve Johnson of Wayland.
State Rep. Scott VanSingel today invited West Michigan residents to share concerns about permanent epidemic workplace rules proposed by the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA).
There is a clear and present need for greater support for women in Michigan who are experiencing crisis pregnancies. If they don’t find the support they need, changes are high that they will either seek an abortion, or be destined for a life in poverty.