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Eager to get to work

The legislature officially gaveled in the 2023-2024 session on Wednesday, and I am eager to get to work. In the upcoming weeks we will see the first bills for the new session introduced as legislators begin to set their policy priorities for the next two years. These bills are important to keep an eye on as they often reflect the vision that the majority party has for our state. While Democrats currently hold a majority in the legislature, the margin is very slim and voters made it clear that the incoming legislature should not prioritize a partisan, left-wing agenda but should instead focus on long-term growth and improvement for Michigan.

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