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Stamas invites residents to visit Senate website, sign up for e-newsletter

Residents also encouraged to ‘Like’ Stamas’ official Facebook page LANSING—Sen. Jim Stamas is inviting constituents to visit his new official Senate website, where residents can sign up for a free e-newsletter and find the senator’s official Facebook page. “In an effort to provide the best service possible for the hardworking people of the 36th District,…
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Sen. Horn welcomes Chaplain Karlene Hattrick to state Capitol to lead Senate invocation

LANSING—State Sen. Ken Horn, R-Frankenmuth, welcomes Chaplain Karlene Hattrick of Frankenmuth American Legion Post 150 to the Michigan Capitol. Hattrick (center right) was joined by Senior Vice Commander Dave Hoffman (right) and Junior Vice Commander Art Diffin of Frankenmuth American Legion Post 150 as she delivered the Senate invocation Thursday morning. A print-quality photograph of Horn…
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Zorn bill removes sunset on schools forming district libraries

LANSING—Sen. Dale W. Zorn has introduced a bill that would remove the sunset on a school district establishing a district library. The law allowing local governments, including school districts, to form new district libraries currently prohibits districts from doing so after Jan. 1, 2015. Zorn introduced Senate Bill 108 to remove that provision. “This is…
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Sen. Horn applauds governor’s call for increase in skilled trade funding

LANSING—State Sen. Ken Horn, R-Frankenmuth, chairman of the Senate Economic and International Investment Committee, issued the following statement Wednesday after listening to Gov. Rick Snyder’s fiscal year 2016 state budget presentation. “I am pleased that the governor’s budget plan continues to be fiscally responsible while also maintaining investments to increase support for the key priorities…
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