**PHOTO ADVISORY**

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For Immediate Release                                                           
Jan. 17, 2014         

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LANSING, Mich.— Sens. Dave Hildenbrand, R-Grand Rapids (left), and Tonya Schuitmaker, R-Lawton, welcomed Kentwood Mayor Stephen Kepley (right) to the Michigan Capitol for Governor Snyder’s State of the State address Thursday.

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Hildenbrand legislation helping disabled veterans now law

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LANSING—Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed legislation sponsored by state Sen. Dave Hildenbrand that simplifies and expands the current homestead property tax exemption for disabled military veterans.

Hildenbrand was first alerted to the need to revise the existing law when he was contacted by the widow of a disabled veteran who had been denied this property tax exemption. Due to the interpretation of the existing state law by both the local unit of government and the Michigan Tax Tribunal it was clear that changes were needed.

More information on this exemption can be found by visiting www.mi.gov/propertytaxand then clicking on the veterans and military personnel tab.

 

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Hildenbrand AMBER Alert fundraising legislation bound for governor’s desk

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Legislation that would provide a vital fundraising tool for the Michigan AMBER Alert Program is headed to Gov. Snyder for his consideration, said sponsor state Sen. Dave Hildenbrand, R-Lowell.

Senate Bills 341 and 342 create a voluntary check-off box on state income tax returns that would allow taxpayers to donate funds to the Michigan AMBER Alert Program. These funds would then be deposited in the AMBER Alert Fund which is created under the measure.  Once collected, funds would be used to support the important services provided by this program.

The Michigan AMBER Alert Program is a partnership between the Michigan State Police, local law enforcement and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters. Once notified by the state Police, broadcasters relay notices over television and radio frequencies to aid in the recovery of missing or endangered children.

“This income tax check-off and the generosity of Michigan taxpayers will provide vital funds for this worthy program,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “The check-off is completely voluntary, and will give taxpayers a hassle free way to donate.”

Since its inception in 2001, the Michigan AMBER Alert Program has proven to be an effective tool in the recovery of more than 300 children. Although created by a legislative mandate, the program currently does not receive any state aid to defray the costs associated with running it.

Program costs vary each year for the program depending on the number of alerts issued. However, on average the program requires roughly $60,000 a year to function in its current form. This amount does not include donated air-time of broadcasters, the administrative costs of law enforcement or time donated by staff.

“It is imperative that funding for this program be maintained. As we all know, technology is a constantly changing field and we must ensure that personnel are properly trained,” Hildenbrand said. “By allowing taxpayers the opportunity to donate to the Michigan AMBER Alert Program, they can be a part of ensuring the necessary funds are in place to assist in the safe return of missing and endangered children throughout Michigan.”

More information on the Michigan AMBER Alert program can be found at: http://www.amberalertmichigan.org/.

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Hildenbrand tax relief legislation for disabled veterans passes Senate

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Legislation designed to ease the costs of homeownership for Michigan’s disabled veterans and their spouses was approved by the Michigan Senate on Wednesday, said bill sponsor state Sen. Dave Hildenbrand.

Senate Bill 352 would simplify and broaden the current property tax exemption provided to our honored disabled veterans and their spouses.

“Today the Michigan Senate acted to recognize the significant needs facing our disabled veterans,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “By passing this legislation we are one step closer to providing the tax relief necessary for these veterans to be successful homeowners. This legislation improves the currentproperty tax exemption by streamlining the process and guaranteeing this benefit to those veterans that qualify.”

Hildenbrand was first alerted to the need to revise the existing law when he was contacted by the widow of a disabled veteran who had been denied this property tax exemption. Due to the interpretation of the existing state law by both the local unit of government and the Michigan Tax Tribunal it was clear that changes were needed.

“There are roughly 82,000 disabled veterans living in Michigan,” Hildenbrand said. “We must ensure that our veterans are treated with open arms once they return home to Michigan. Many times the disability they received in battle makes gainful employment difficult – if not impossible. This exemption recognizes that fact and provides critical financial assistance that can be used to make homeownership a reality.” 

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Hildenbrand legislation provides tax relief for disabled veterans

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LANSING— Legislation designed to ease the costs of homeownership for Michigan’s disabled veterans and their spouses was approved by the Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday, said sponsor state Sen. Dave Hildenbrand.

Senate Bill 352 would simplify and broaden the current property tax exemption provided to these brave men and women.

“Michigan’s disabled veterans have served our state and nation valiantly and selflessly,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “We owe our freedom to these individuals and should provide the tax relief necessary for them to be successful homeowners. This legislation improves the current property tax exemption by streamlining the process and guaranteeing this benefit for these veterans and their spouses.”

Hildenbrand was first alerted to the need to revise the existing law when he was contacted by the widow of a disabled veteran who had been denied this property tax exemption. Due to the interpretation of the existing state law by both the local unit of government and the Michigan Tax Tribunal it was clear that changes were needed.

“There are roughly 82,000 disabled veterans living in Michigan,” Hildenbrand said. “We must ensure that our veterans are treated with open arms once they return home to Michigan. Many times the disability they received in battle makes gainful employment difficult – if not impossible. This exemption recognizes that fact and provides critical financial assistance that can be used to make homeownership a reality for these veterans.”
 

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Hildenbrand to advocate for additional funds for Grand Rapids Home for Veterans

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Sen. Dave Hildenbrand will push for additional funding for the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans to meet the needs recently outlined in a state auditor general report.

Hildenbrand, R-Lowell, offered the following statement on working to secure funds:

“The recently released audit of the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans identified some critical areas of need at the Home.  As we continue our work on the state budget, I will be actively pursuing an additional $725,000 in the Military and Veterans Affairs budget to meet these needs. 

“These areas include adequate psychiatric care, better utilization and inventory of food and medication, and better management of donated goods to the home.  This will ensure that the home has the financial resources necessary to improve care for our veterans and to address these identified areas of improvement. 

“I have discussed the additional funding with the chair of this budget in the Senate, who has expressed support for this effort.  With limited dollars and many requests, this won’t be easy, but financially supporting our veterans should be a top state funding priority. 

“We owe it to our veterans to improve the services at the home, and I will continue to advocate on their behalf.”

 

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Senate approves Hildenbrand measure to protect hunting and fishing

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LANSING, MI—The Michigan Senate on Thursday approved a resolution that would add the right to hunt, fish and trap to Michigan’s Constitution, said sponsor Sen. Dave Hildenbrand.

“Michigan has a long, cherished heritage of hunting, fishing and trapping, and this fundamental right should be included in Michigan’s Constitution,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “There are some individuals and organizations who want to infringe on this right, and we as outdoorsmen and women must respond. Adding this language to our Constitution will protect our rights and secure the future of this great heritage and sport.”

Senate Joint Resolution S received the required 2/3 support in the Senate and will now move to the Michigan House of Representatives for further consideration. If the resolution is considered in the House and receives 2/3 support there, the proposed language would be put before the voters at the next general election.

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Hildenbrand introduces constitutional amendment to protect hunting, fishing and trapping

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LANSING, MI—Senator Dave Hildenbrand introduced a joint resolution today that would add the right to hunt, fish, and trap to Michigan’s Constitution.

Senate Joint Resolution S, if approved by a 2/3’s vote in both the Michigan House and Senate, would put the question before the voters at the next general election on whether this right should be added to the Michigan Constitution.

“Michigan has a long, cherished heritage of hunting, fishing, and trapping and this fundamental right should be included in Michigan’s Constitution. There are some individuals and organizations who want to infringe on this right, and we as outdoorsmen and women must respond. Adding this language to our Constitution will protect our rights and secure the future of this great heritage and sport.” said Hildenbrand (R-Lowell).

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Hildenbrand welcomes 4-H member to Capitol

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LANSING—Sen. Dave Hildenbrand welcomed Kent County 4-H member Lauren Baker of Lowell to the Michigan Senate on Tuesday. Baker was in Lansing as part of the 4-H Capitol Experience, an annual four-day conference that focuses on civic engagement and public policy. Up to 100 teens from around Michigan come together at the Capitol to experience state government in action and learn how they can influence policy issues.

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Sen. Hildenbrand welcomes Grand Rapids Christian football team to Capitol

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LANSING— State Sen. Dave Hildenbrand, R-Lowell, honored the Grand Rapids Christian High School football team with a tribute on the Senate floor on Wednesday, January 23, 2013. The Eagles won the 2012 Division 3 high school state championship in football last November.

“Anyone who followed the Eagles this season saw firsthand the commitment and dedication that these young athletes displayed on their way to winning the state championship,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “They played as a team the entire season and in the end all of their hard work paid off”
 

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Hildenbrand praises Founders Brewing multi-million dollar expansion project

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LANSING—Today, the Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) approved a $2 million Michigan Business Development Program performance-based grant to support Founders Brewing Company’s most recent expansion efforts,  said Sen. Dave Hildenbrand, R-Lowell.

“Founder’s has been a company dedicated to the city of Grand Rapids and the state of Michigan since day one,” said Hildenbrand.  “That dedication is being recognized today, and I commend Founders for their continued investment in our community.”

Founders Brewing Company began operations in 1997 with a sparse tap room and small production facility. In 2007, the company relocated to its current Grand Rapids facility to support customer demand. Over the past five years, it has increased production by 15 times and has a network of 62 distributors across 23 states.

“Investments by small businesses like Founders is proof the reforms made by the Legislature are working and will allow for similar investments in the future,” Hildenbrand said. “I would like to thank the MSF for recognizing the hard work of Founders Brewing and look forward to the positive impact this investment will have on the city of Grand Rapids and the state of Michigan.”

The Michigan Business Development Program provides grants, loans and other economic assistance to qualified businesses that make investments or create jobs in Michigan, with preference given to businesses that need additional assistance for deal-closing and for second stage gap financing.
 

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Ban on sale of synthetic drugs signed into law

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Lansing—Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation into law on Tuesday that would provide prosecutors and law enforcement officials with the tools necessary to address the growing issues surrounding the sale and use synthetic drugs, said sponsor Sen. Dave Hildenbrand.

Hildenbrand’s legislation signed by the governor today would update Michigan’s law that lists prohibited chemical cocktails typically used by synthetic drug manufacturers and further empowers local law enforcement to keep up with the ever-changing nature of these dangerous, addictive drugs.  This new law will take effect on July 1, 2012.

“This legislation will serve as a valuable tool in our efforts to get these dangerous drugs off our streets,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell.  “Law enforcement agencies needed this legislation. It will ensure that they are able to be as effective and efficient as possible as they work to remove these drugs from the marketplace. The days of simply changing the chemical makeup of a drug and putting it back on the shelves are over, and this legislation makes that crystal clear.

“The target market for synthetic drug manufacturers is teenagers many of whom view synthetic drugs as a legal alternative to marijuana and other drugs. Anyone with children needs to talk with their kids about the dangers of synthetic drugs and explain the long-term negative effects they can have.”

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Hildenbrand ban on sale of synthetic drugs clears Legislature, heads to Governor

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Hildenbrand ban on sale synthetic drugs clears Legislature, heads to Governor

Lansing— The Legislature completed its work on and sent to the Governor’s office legislation that would provide prosecutors and law enforcement officials with the tools necessary to address the growing issues surrounding synthetic drugs, said sponsor Sen. Dave Hildenbrand.

Senate Bill 1082 would update Michigan’s law that lists prohibited chemical cocktails typically used by synthetic drug manufacturers and further empower local law enforcement to keep up with the ever-changing nature of these dangerous, addictive drugs.  This new law would take effect on July 1, 2012.

“Synthetic drugs continue to be a problem in communities across Michigan,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell.  “Despite continued efforts to educate the public on the dangers of these drugs, more and more people are seeking what they view as a legal alternative to marijuana and other drugs. However, synthetic drugs are just as dangerous, if not more toxic, than the ones they attempt to mimic.”

Current state law makes it a 90-day misdemeanor to possess or use certain synthetic drugs. This law was enacted after problems were first reported with products such as “K-2” and “Spice,” which contained dried herbs sprayed with a chemical that created a high similar to marijuana. However, because synthetic drug manufacturers want to continue to sell their dangerous products, they simply change the chemical makeup of their compounds in order to skirt the state law.

“It is time to send a firm message to synthetic drug manufactures, that their games will no longer be tolerated,” Hildenbrand said. “This legislation gives local law enforcement the tools necessary to help get synthetic drugs of the shelves. However, they cannot do it alone.  I urge anyone with children or grandchildren to talk with them about the dangers of synthetic drugs. I will continue to work with local prosecutors, judges and law enforcement to make synthetic drugs a thing of the past.”

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Hildenbrand measure should serve as warning to synthetic drug manufacturers

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Lansing— The Michigan Senate on Thursday, approved Legislation that would provide prosecutors and law enforcement officials with the tools necessary to address the growing issues surrounding synthetic drugs.

Senate Bill 1082, sponsored by State Senator Dave Hildenbrand, would update Michigan’s law that lists prohibited chemical cocktails typically used by synthetic drug manufacturers and further empower local law enforcement to keep up with the ever-changing nature of these dangerous, addictive drugs.

“This is a growing epidemic that needs immediate attention,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell.  “These drugs, which are sold under many different names and marked not for human consumption, are used as alternatives to marijuana and other drugs. These synthetic drugs are just as dangerous, if not more toxic, than the ones they attempt to mimic.”

Current state law makes it a 90-day misdemeanor to possess or use certain synthetic drugs. This law was enacted after problems were first reported with products such as “K-2” and “Spice,” which contained dried herbs sprayed with a chemical that created a high similar to marijuana. However, because synthetic drug manufacturers want to continue to sell their dangerous products, they simply change the chemical makeup of their compounds in order to skirt the state law.

“These drugs are being legally produced and sold across Michigan,” Hildenbrand said. “Many of the users are teenagers who do not fully recognize the risks involved with synthetic drugs. Producers of synthetic drugs are no different than illegal drug dealers and a clear message has been sent that their behavior will not be tolerated. I have worked with local prosecutors, judges and law enforcement and our goal is the same: we must get these dangerous drugs off our streets and we must do so quickly.”

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Hildenbrand announces $1.6 million for Grand Rapids Home for Veterans renovations

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Hildenbrand announces $1.6 million for Grand Rapids Home for Veterans renovations

Lansing— A long standing goal of renovating a significant portion of rooms at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans (Home) is one step closer to becoming a reality today following actions taken by the Legislature.  State Senator Dave Hildenbrand (R-Lowell) was successful in his efforts to get $1.6 million in state funds included in the budget that will be used to renovate the McLeish Building at the Home. 

“Currently, some of our veterans are housed four people to a room,” said Hildenbrand. “This arrangement provides for little privacy and dignity for these men and women who have selflessly served our nation.  I visit the Home on a regular basis and have been pushing for these additional resources since being elected to the Michigan Senate.”

The Home began the process of renovating the rooms in McLeish by first completing two "test" rooms.  Unfortunately, due to lack of funds the project has been stalled.  The $1.6 million appropriation is part of the recently announced budget agreement that was reached between the Governor and Legislative leaders.

The McLeish building was built in 1975 when standards of care were very different from those of today.  With this renovation 36 rooms that currently house four residents will be converted to house two residents in a semi-private setting.  Additionally, rooms currently housing two residents will be remodeled into private single occupancy rooms.

“We owe it to our veterans to ensure that they have the best possible living arrangements while in the care of the Home," expressed Hildenbrand. "We have ignored critical capital projects at the Home for too long." "This is a step in the right direction and I will continue to advocate for the funds necessary to make the Home an outstanding facility for our veterans."
 

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Hildenbrand supports measure to boost vehicle sales and save consumers tax dollars

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Hildenbrand supports measure to boost vehicle sales and save consumers tax dollars

Lansing— The Michigan Senate today approved legislation that will allow individuals to deduct the trade-in value of their vehicle from the state sales tax when purchasing a new vehicle. State Sen. Dave Hildenbrand was proud to vote for and co-sponsor this legislation that will directly impact countless Michigan consumers.

Senate Bill 126 and 127 would amend the Use Tax Act and General Sales Tax Act, respectively, to exclude from taxation the trade-in value of a used car when the trade-in value is applied to the purchase of a new or used car.  The tax benefits implemented under the General Sales Tax Act would be phased in over a six-year period. For the first year, only $2,500 of the trade-in value is exempt from taxation. Each year following that amount is increased by $2,500 until the amount reaches $15,000. After that, the trade-in value is uncapped.

“Anyone trading in a vehicle stands to benefit from this tax reform,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “Michigan is the only Great Lakes state and one of only six states nationwide that essentially double taxes consumers on vehicle trade in purchases.  This reform is about fairness for consumers. It acknowledges that taxes have already been paid on a vehicle and should be credited when that vehicle is traded in for a new one.”

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Sen. Hildenbrand testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee

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Sen. Hildenbrand testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee

State Sen. Dave Hildenbrand, R-Lowell, testified today before the Senate Judiciary Committee on legislation he introduced, Senate Bill 1082.This legislation would update Michigan’s law to prohibit dangerous synthetic drugs and further empower local law enforcement to keep up with the growing threat these drugs pose to our communities.

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Senate Bill 349 signed into law

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State Sen. Dave Hildenbrand (left), R-Lowell, joined Gov. Rick Snyder at the Capitol Tuesday as he signed Public Act 114 of 2012 (Senate Bill 349) into law. This legislation will ensure that homeowners can more easily utilize the important Principal Residence Exemption when purchasing a home. This exemption is a vital one that lowers individual’s property taxes on their primary residence here in Michigan allowing greater flexibility for individuals applying for this exemption. 

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Hildenbrand acts to stop sale of dangerous drugs

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Hildenbrand acts to stop sale of dangerous drugs

Lansing— In an effort to address the recent proliferation and public concern surrounding the use and sale of synthetic drugs, state Sen. Dave Hildenbrand this week will introduce legislation that will provide prosecutors and law enforcement officials with the tools necessary to address this growing issue. 

Hildenbrand’s bill would update Michigan’s law that lists prohibited chemical cocktails typically used by synthetic drug manufactures and further empower local law enforcement to keep up with the ever-changing nature of these dangerous, addictive drugs.

“Currently, synthetic drugs are branded and sold under many names and are clearly labeled as not for human consumption,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. “Unfortunately, through clever marketing designed to hook young teens and adults, these products are frequently used as an alternative to marijuana and other drugs.  These synthetic drugs are just as dangerous, if not more toxic, than the ones they attempt to mimic.”

Current state law makes it a 90-day misdemeanor to possess or use certain synthetic drugs. This law was enacted after problems were first reported with products such as “K-2” and “Spice,” which contained dried herbs sprayed with a chemical that created a high similar to marijuana. However, because synthetic drug manufacturers want to continue to sell their dangerous products, they simply change the chemical makeup of their compounds in order to skirt the state law.

“The individuals producing these dangerous chemical compounds are knowingly selling incredibly dangerous drugs throughout Michigan,” Hildenbrand said.  “They are doing this in clear defiance of the intent of the people of Michigan. Throughout this process I have worked with local prosecutors, judges and law enforcement and our goal is the same: we must get these dangerous drugs off our streets and we must do so quickly.”

 

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Sen. Hildenbrand to introduce AMBER Alert fundraising legislation

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Sen. Hildenbrand to introduce AMBER Alert fundraising legislation

LANSING—State Sen. Dave Hildenbrand will introduce legislation tomorrow, which would provide a vital fundraising tool for the Michigan AMBER Alert Program.

Senate Bill 1047 creates a voluntary check-off box on state income tax returns that would allow taxpayers to donate funds to the Michigan AMBER Alert Program. These funds would then be deposited in the AMBER Alert Fund which is created in Senate Bill 1046.  Once collected, funds would be used to support the important services provided by this program.

The Michigan Amber Alert Program is a partnership between the Michigan State Police, local law enforcement and the Michigan Association of Broadcasters.  Once notified by the State Police, broadcasters relay notices over television and radio frequencies to aid in the recovery of missing or endangered children.

“This income tax check-off and the generosity of Michigan taxpayers will provide vital funds for this worthy program,” said Hildenbrand, R-Lowell. "The check-off is completely voluntary, and will give taxpayers a convenient way to donate.”
Since its inception in 2001, the Michigan AMBER Alert Program has proven to be an effective tool in the recovery of over 300 children. Although created by a legislative mandate, the program currently does not receive any state aid to defray the costs associated with running it.

“The Michigan Association of Broadcasters and the Michigan AMBER Alert Foundation are very pleased that Sen. Hildenbrand understands the value of the Michigan AMBER Alert Program and that he would sponsor a bill to create a fund for citizens to volunteer to financially support the program,” said  Karole White President/CEO of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters and Director of Michigan AMBER Alert Foundation.  “I can’t think of anyone who would not want to help provide for the Michigan AMBER Alert Program.  Today it is the child of someone else, but tomorrow it could easily be your child.  If that were to happen, any parent or guardian would want an AMBER Alert to be issued and we need these funds to make sure we have the resources to do so.”

Program costs vary each year for the program depending on the number of alerts issued. However, on average the program requires roughly $60,000 a year to function in its current form. This amount does not include donated air-time of broadcasters, the administrative costs of law enforcement, or time donated by staff.

“It is imperative that funding for this program be maintained.  As with any technology system it is important that public safety officials continue to be educated on the program, technology be updated to provide the best possible service and money be available for important day-to-day operations,” Hildenbrand said. “By allowing taxpayers the opportunity to donate to the Michigan AMBER Alert Program, they can be a part of ensuring the necessary funds are in place to assist in the safe return of missing and endangered children throughout Michigan.”
More information on the Michigan AMBER Alert program can be found at: http://www.amberalertmichigan.org/.

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