State Rep. Julie Alexander’s plan removing a financial barrier for Michigan families to obtain a certificate of stillbirth was recently been signed into law by the governor. The new law comes during the month of October, which is Pregnancy and Infancy Loss Awareness Month in Michigan.
Alexander, of Hanover, said the proposals would better serve residents of our state in the wake of the recent Michigan Supreme Court ruling that struck down the governor’s coronavirus related executive orders. Some key measures the House is implementing include extending assisting workers and job providers, better protecting nursing home residents and unemployment benefits.
Legislation from state Rep. Julie Alexander ensuring infrastructural projects are more specifically tailored to the needs of communities – and drivers – has been signed into law by the governor.
State Rep. Julie Alexander, of Hanover, this week joined her colleagues in voting to pass a responsible and effective state budget plan that overcomes massive financial challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
State Rep. Julie Alexander, chair of the House Agriculture Committee, today said the challenges presented by COVID-19 have affected Michigan’s food supply in many ways for Michigan families.
“I have been hearing from concerned parents in my Jackson community wondering what this fall is going to look like for our kids and how we can open our schools safely,” Alexander said. “As a mom, nana and former teacher, I understand firsthand your growing concerns. That’s why I’ve been in contact with our local Jackson County superintendents, educators and parents to try to determine what the best and safest option is to meet our children’s educational needs.
State Rep. Julie Alexander today said health care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in Michigan deserve the legal protections provided in a plan recently approved by the Legislature. Alexander, of Hanover, said health care professionals have been forced to make incredibly difficult decisions while caring for patients under strained circumstances due […]
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, I heard from many corrections officers who live in our Jackson community. They shared their experiences working in our prisons during this public health crisis, expressed concerns about procedures that weren’t effective and sought clarity on policies established by the administration. The information they shared opened my eyes […]
State Rep. Julie Alexander, of Hanover, today announced $15 million in grant funding will soon be available to help Michigan farmers and agricultural processors protect workers and the state’s food production industry from COVID-19. Alexander, chair of the House Agriculture Committee, joined the Legislature in approving the grant program through Senate Bill 690 and was […]
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