Capitol Report

The Capitol Report: House tackles 52 votes last week.

May 16, 2016
The Capitol Report: House tackles 52 votes last week.

LANSING — Last week the Michigan House of Representatives held 52 votes. State Rep. Ray Franz, (R-Onekama) of the 101st District discusses the issues. Franz represents Mason, Manistee, Benzie and Leelanau counties.

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The Capitol Report

May 15, 2014
The Capitol Report

The Capitol Report. By Rep. Ray Franz, 101st District of the Michigan House of Representatives. This is the Capitol Report for the week of May 12-16. On Tuesday, the House took up five bills and all passed nearly unanimously. HB 5261 would exempt the sales tax on a vehicle transfer to in-laws. Currently, that exemption exists for all others close relations. Another…

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The capitol report

May 5, 2014
The capitol report

The Capitol Report comes from the office of Rep. Ray Franz, R-Onekama, Michigan 101st District.  LANSING — This is the Capitol Report for the week of April 28-May 2. On Tuesday, we took up five bills and four of them pass unanimously. Three of the bills (HB 5216, HB 5217, HB 5218) were part of a package that will allow parolees to…

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Build Better Michigan Roads was the House’s focus this week

April 19, 2014
Build Better Michigan Roads was the House’s focus this week

The Capitol Report. By Rep. Ray Franz, R-Onekama. This is the Capitol Report for the week of April 14-18. The introduction of several bills to provide additional road funding, based on the House’s “Build Better Michigan Roads” proposal, were a main focus this week. The plan provides more efficiency, better quality and improved fairness as a way to start increasing…

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House loosens up licensing for realtors and barbers, among other bills this week

March 21, 2014
House loosens up licensing for realtors and barbers, among other bills this week

The Capitol Report, by Rep. Ray Franz, Michigan 101st District. Week of March 10-14, 2014: On Tuesday, we concurred with the Senate on some minor changes to my bill, HB 4811, that expands family relief funds to military personnel that have deployment orders. It once again passed unanimously. We also took up a four-bill package (SBs 575-578) that institutes conflict…

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