Government was meant to be of the people, not one person – and the Michigan Supreme Court rightfully ruled to restore the voice of Southwest Michigan families by confirming that our state’s COVID-19 response needs to be a collaborative effort.
State Rep. Beth Griffin and the Michigan House earlier this month approved several measures to continue protecting and helping Southwest Michigan families during the remainder of the COVID-19 pandemic, including extending unemployment benefits for Michigan’s hardworking employees who were laid off through no fault of their own.
Rep. Beth Griffin, of Mattawan, today helped announce a plan giving the people of Michigan more certainty and control in these challenging times – allowing for data-driven COVID-19 responses that reflect conditions in local communities.
“It’s unacceptable that our seniors have not been protected the way they deserve from the start,” said Griffin, of Mattawan. “That’s why I’m fighting for major changes to the previous nursing home mandates. Our seniors and their loved ones deserve much better.
State Rep. Beth Griffin supported a bipartisan plan Wednesday to protect businesses, universities, non-profit organizations, child care centers and other Michigan job providers from becoming the target of unwarranted lawsuits related to COVID-19.
Rep. Beth Griffin, of Mattawan, today announced a new state budget approved by the Michigan Legislature that protects support for K-12 schools, local communities and other shared top priorities of Southwest Michigan families.
State Rep. Beth Griffin is demanding that the governor open the offices of the Unemployment Insurance Agency so that Michigan workers can speak directly with UIA representatives about the payments they have been promised.
I recently voted to approve a bipartisan agreement helping K-12 students safely return to school this fall. As a former teacher, it’s important to me that our children receive the education they need and deserve in the coming school year.
By state Rep. Beth Griffin, of Mattawan After nearly 50 years of being forced to pay what became the highest car insurance rates in the nation, rate relief Michigan drivers have long asked for and deserve has finally arrived. On July 1, our state waved goodbye to its much-maligned no-fault system and replaced it with […]
Innovative plan implements robust distance learning, safety measures State. Rep. Beth Griffin, of Mattawan, and her colleagues in the Michigan House today approved a plan to ensure the safety of Michigan students as learning resumes in the fall. The legislature’s plan empowers local school districts and health departments to work together to develop health and […]
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