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Year in Review Part 2

As I started in my column two weeks ago, I’ve wanted to provide a year-end update on some of the issues tackled by my colleagues and I this past term. I’ve been a fierce advocate on the issues that matter to Southwest Michigan residents. Whether it’s working to support our most vulnerable residents, making your state government more responsive and transparent, or standing up for local hunters, I’ve taken the initiative in Lansing to get your voices heard as decisions are made.

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