State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, today issued the following statement after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced the ban on in-person dining would be extended through Jan. 31. Michigan is currently one of just two states, along with Illinois, to have a complete ban on in-person dining:
“Michigan has nearly 17,000 eating and drinking establishments which employ almost half of a million people. It’s a huge industry for our state and local economies, and provides livelihoods for many Michiganders. But the governor continues to act unilaterally, making decisions using data and science she refuses to share and referencing undefined thresholds to keep them limited or closed altogether. We are now going into month 10 of her ‘three-week plan to flatten the curve.’ Enough is enough.”
State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, today joined her colleagues in voting to advance a comprehensive COVID-19 recovery plan – which works to get kids back in classrooms, help struggling families and job providers, and improve a heavily flawed vaccine distribution program.
In an effort to protect people across Northern Michigan and throughout the state, Rep. Sue Allor has unveiled a measure to crack down on Etizolam – a dangerous unregulated drug that has become popular in the region.
State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, submits House Bill 4099 to the clerk’s office at the state Capitol Building in Lansing. The plan is part of a bipartisan, multi-bill package increasing protections for human trafficking victims and empowering survivors.
State Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, has announced dates and times for people to share their ideas and concerns during the month of February. Interested individuals can meet with Rep. Allor at the following times and locations: • Monday, Feb. 1 from 11 a.m.-Noon at JJ’s Steak & Pizza House, located at 411 N. 2nd […]