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Good luck, be safe, and stay warm!
Thank you to the men and women who have fought to protect the values and freedom of this great nation. I am looking forward to honoring each of you and the sacrifices you have made at a couple wonderful local events today. Thank you for your service!
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As always, if you're having an issue with unemployment or any state issue, please do not hesitate to contact my office for assistance at 517-373-1791 or at [email protected].
Last night, my colleagues overwhelmingly supported my bill 99-2, to further increase government accountability and protect state employees who report misconduct or ineffectiveness within a state department. Creating a more open and accountable state government is one of my top priorities.
Legislation sponsored by State Representative Annette Glenn heads to the Senate after being passed by the House... More »
Good luck to the bow hunters of the 98th District! Have fun and be safe!
Information about this hunting season. Good luck to all!
Last year I was appointed to serve on the House IT Task Force. We put a lot of time and effort into looking at ways we could improve the way our state handles information technology projects and advancements. Today, I am happy to announce that my bill HB 5494, a result of this task force, has been sent to the Governor for her signature. These reforms will save taxpayer resources and ensure better information technology outcomes for years to come.
Happy first day of fall!
On Tuesday the House approved House Resolution 312 to designate Sept. 17-23 as Constitution Week in the state of Michigan. I introduced this resolution at the request of our local 98-year-old John Alden Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
The Constitution and Bill of Rights are the legal guarantee of our God-given rights as citizens of the United States. Especially now at a time of strong political disagreement, we should take the opportunity to remind ourselves, and teach our children, about the founding Constitutional principles of individual liberty and limited government which have united all Americans for over two centuries.
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This year has brought with it many challenges for our friends, family members, and neighbors in Bay and Midland counties. However, in the midst of the COVID and flooding chaos, one major milestone, after decades, has finally arrived.
I am so thankful for the opportunity to serve as an advocate and representative for our community in Lansing and elsewhere. My conversation with VP Mike Pence yesterday topped off a very good week - read below to find out what other good things happened this week for those affected by the devastating flooding. Together, we will rebuild.
I typically do not participate when the President and Vice President come to Michigan due to being so busy in my own district, however, today was different. Today, Vice President Mike Pence visited Michigan and I knew I needed to meet with him and personally ask him to urge President Trump to approve the much needed major disaster declaration for my community. So, I did just that. I traveled to Sterling Heights this afternoon and had the opportunity to personally give VP Pence a copy of the request along with the letter several of my colleagues and I sent to President Trump asking for swift action. He assured me the request is on President Trump's desk, they are reviewing it currently, and will have a decision in the coming days!
I am so thankful, our community surely needs quick action and it sounds like our President and Vice President are on top of it.
Happening now! Please join if you would like.
I just testified on my legislation to provide $6 million in flood relief funding. The bill passed unanimously out of the House Appropriations Committee. This is the first hurdle, the bill still needs to be passed out of the House, the Senate, and signed by the Governor. I will post further updates as they come.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact my office at [email protected] or 517-373-1791.
Please join myself and Reps. Jason Wentworth and Roger Hauck for a tele-town hall tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. We will have representatives from 211 as well as the Red Cross joining us to share what resources are available to folks impacted by the flooding. As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office at [email protected] or at 517-373-1791.
It was an honor to help celebrate the 2020 graduates of Pinconning High School over the weekend. A wonderful social distancing style ceremony was planned for them, followed by a fireworks show - such a great way to congratulate these young adults as they enter into a new phase of life in very uncertain times. Congratulations graduates!
I had a great time doing virtual story time last week! Working to improve our literacy rates has been one of my top priorities as your state representative. Along with pushing for additional funding, I have spent time encouraging our youth to read. I have passed out thousands of fun bookmarks, read to kids virtually and in-person, and have hosted several reading contests. If you have a child at home that could use some encouragement please email or call my office with your address and their grade level- we can send them bookmarks, coloring books, booklets about how government works or facts about Michigan, and a personal note of encouragement!
My office can be reached at [email protected] or at 517-373-1791.
Last week I was able to deliver more tributes honoring and thanking those who have made a positive difference through the coronavirus pandemic as well as the flooding.
If you know of an individual or business who deserves recognition, please call or email my office at [email protected] or 517-373-1791.
Wednesday, I spoke on the House Floor about the resolution I introduced to declare June 12, 2020, as Women Veteran Recognition Day.
Women who have served in the United States military are often referred to as the “invisible veterans” because their service, until the 1970s, went largely unrecognized by politicians, the media, academia, and the general public.
Today please take a moment to thank and honor the women veterans in your life. Thank you, women veterans, for your service and sacrifice.
For months my office and I have been listening to hard-working constituents who are hurting and desperate- they need food, they need to be able to pay their bills, they need to be able to care for their children, they cannot go months without a paycheck. What is happening to them is unacceptable and absolutely heartbreaking. My office has been doing everything they can to try to assist people, but even the system UIA has set up for my legislative office is flawed. We have been told time and time again that improvements will be made, I can tell you on behalf of the people who are still waiting for payments from March, no improvements have been made. We cannot stand by any longer and hope current UIA officials will finally get their act together, not when we have thousands of families suffering. I hope the governor will act swiftly and ensure changes are made at the UIA.
If you need assistance with UIA, or any other state department, please do not hesitate to contact my office. We can be reached at [email protected] or at 517-373-1791. We will do our very best to assist you and give you as much information as possible!
Rep. Annette Glenn joined a bipartisan appeal by her legislative colleagues in calling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to fire state Unemployment Insurance Agency officials, saying the agency’s leaders “have failed Michigan families at a time when competent performance of UIA’s duties was needed most...
It was great to welcome Governor Gretchen Whitmer back to the district yesterday, we worked side by side putting together food for families in need. Thank you to Governor Whitmer and to every single volunteer who gives their time and effort to help those in need. Our community is so blessed.
My office and I have been working hard to find ways to honor and thank businesses and people who have made sacrifices to stay open and serve our community through the coronavirus pandemic. I enjoyed dropping off tributes to some local stores and their employees who have worked so hard to ensure we have the food and other products we needed during the last few months. If you know of a business or person who deserves recognition please email [email protected] or call 517-373-1791 and we will make sure that happens!
On behalf of our entire community, THANK YOU to our hard working friends and neighbors who have continued to work throughout this pandemic. We appreciate you!
Tonight, I am calling on Governor Gretchen Whitmer to appoint an independent investigator to look into the recent dam failures that caused devastating flooding for thousands of my friends and neighbors.
We didn’t trust the state Department of Environmental Quality to investigate its own mishandling of the Flint water crisis. And, after being in a lot of wet, mud-filled basements this week, it doesn’t feel quite right to ask one of our own executive branch agencies to investigate whether the state shares any culpability for these devastating failures.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to reverse course and secure an independent investigation into the failure of the Edenville and Sanford dams, which resulted in severe flooding and devastating damage in Midland and surrounding counties. In 2018, the Federal Energy...
Today was a hot one, but not even 90° weather can stop the Hero Helpers. We were able to help so many families today, I truly wish we could help every single person affected by the flooding. Today, I was joined by several colleagues again! Rep. Schroeder (Oakland County), Rep. Filler (Clinton County), and Rep. Green (Tuscola County) - THANK YOU. To every person who is giving up their time to help clean up our area, THANK YOU! There is an incredible amount of work left to do and there likely will be for weeks.
My team will be taking a little break from clean up over the next couple of days as we head back to Lansing tomorrow for committee meetings and Session - if you are interested in volunteering before we post additional opportunities please work through United Way (https://eportal.unitedwaymidland.org/servlet/eAndar.article/960/FLOOD-RELIEF-VOLUNTEER-OPPORTUNITIES) or the Samaritan’s Purse
(https://spvolunteer.org/project-response/244). If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact my office at [email protected] or at 517-373-1791.
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