State Reps. Mark Huizenga of Walker and Lynn Afendoulis of Grand Rapids Township will be co-hosting a tele-town hall to discuss COVID-19 on April 9 at 4:30 p.m. They will be joined by Sen. Peter MacGregor of Cannon Township.
“As we navigate through these trying times, my priority is to remain open and accessible to my constituents,” Rep Huizega said. “I welcome those interested to call in and learn about the combined local state and federal efforts fight COVID-19.”
“It is more important than ever our government is clear and transparent on our combative efforts,” Rep Afendoulis said. “I look forward to answering your questions and provide you with some comfort during these uncertain times.”
The legislators will also be joined by Dr. Adam London, Administrative Health Officer of the Kent County Health Department. Those interested in participating in the tele-town hall on April 9 at 4:30 p.m. may call (855) 756-7520, ext 59003.
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Rep. Mark Huizenga said Gov. Whitmer must be accountable to and truthful with Michiganders after her recent veto derailed extended benefits for the state’s newly unemployed. The Unemployment Insurance Agency this week acknowledged that starting this month, Michiganders filing for unemployment benefits because of the pandemic will be eligible for only up to 20 weeks […]
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