Rep. Damoose talks about his HB 5265, which would protect Michigan residents who received benefits from a federal unemployment program from owing money to the state because of mistakes by the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency. Rep. Damoose says helping constituents with red tape at the UIA was the most common issue his office faced in 2021. The measure is out of the House Oversight Committee and is before the full Michigan House.
In a bipartisan vote, the House Committee on Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation today approved state Rep. John Damoose’s plan to allow rental businesses to register their canoes and kayaks permanently.
State Rep. John Damoose and the Michigan House of Representatives today approved a bipartisan plan to serve children better by bringing much-needed changes to the state’s foster care and adoption systems.
Rep. Damoose talks about House passage Tuesday evening of a $2.5 billion tax cut for Michigan residents, saying that the ultimate in fiscal responsibility is letting people spend their money for themselves.