PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jay DeBoyer is joined by Clay Township Police Chief Michael Koach (left) and Clay Township Police Lieutenant Steven Stockwell (right) on Thursday, Sept. 7 during a special ceremony at the state Capitol commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. The ceremony honors first responders and members of the military from Michigan, including those who died in the line of duty in the past year.
Timing will limit potential candidates, burden local clerks State Rep. Jay DeBoyer today criticized Gov. Gretchen Whitmer for her planned process for filling a pair of vacant seats in the Michigan House – outlining several implementation and fairness issues. DeBoyer, who serves on the House Elections Committee, said last Wednesday’s special election announcement with a […]
State Rep. Jay DeBoyer has introduced a measure embracing a model of government that respects reality while still being able to meet the needs of the people it serves. DeBoyer’s House Joint Resolution K calls for an amendment to the state constitution that makes the state Legislature part-time. Under the plan, the Legislature would be […]
State Rep. Jay DeBoyer this week opposed financial disclosure plans in the Legislature, saying they disregard and disrespect voters who expect transparency from state government. Senate Bills 613-616 install some disclosure requirements for Michigan’s state-level elected officials. But the requirements are thin – barely meeting the minimum standard for disclosures as written in the state […]
State Rep. Jay DeBoyer today voted against a partisan plan to radically alter Michigan’s energy policy, highlighting a targeted effort to centralize key energy decisions that will impact communities and residents. Measures approved by House Democrats today would strip control away from local communities concerning the siting and construction of large-scale solar and wind energy […]