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Joe Biden in Detroit Labor Day!

Mark Brewer
August 31, 2012

This Monday, Vice President Joe Biden will be in Detroit for the nation’s biggest Labor Day celebration – and you are invited.

Date: 
Monday, September 3, 2012 - 9:30am

Can Mitt Romney Be Trusted?

Bill Dedman - Investigative Reporter NBC News
December 11, 2012

Obviously, this is not a new question. The article by Bill Dedman brings forth a little know controversy surrounding Mitt Romney that should be brought to the forefront of voter awareness.

Romney's missing hard drives raise questions over government records!

Picnic for Congressman Levin

Jeremy Mahrle
August 22, 2012

Come join us for a picnic with Congressman Levin and fellow Democrats this Tuesday, August 28th, 6:00pm-8:00pm at the Jaycee Park (corner of Bacon and Webster). We'll be grilling hot dogs at the park, and will have veggie trays and light refreshments. If anyone would like to bring a side dish, they should feel welcome to.

Date: 
Tuesday, August 28, 2012 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Coffee Hours with Representative Cogen Lipton

Rep. Cogen Lipton
July 6, 2012

Please join us for conversation with Rep. Ellen Cogen Lipton during coffee hours from 4-6 p.m. on Monday, July 23 at the Hazel Park Memorial Library located at 123 East 9 Mile Road.

Date: 
Monday, July 23, 2012 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Legislative Update

State Representative Ellen Cogen Lipton
July 6, 2012

Greetings friends and neighbors,

Welcome to the latest issue of my e-news, where I aim to update you on happenings in Lansing and in our community. During this in-district work period, I will continue to attend local events and speak with constituents at coffee hours. I hope everyone had a very happy Fourth of July holiday this week. It’s a wonderful opportunity to spend some time together with friends and family, but also to remember how fortunate we are to have the freedoms we enjoy as a country. Enjoy, and stay safe!

In This Issue:

Legislative Update: Michigan Fireworks Safety Act, Kindergarten Entry Age, Voter Suppression Legislation and Robocall Regulation Bill

Protecting the Rights of Voters

Gretchen Whitmer
July 9, 2012

Friends –

Over the past 18 months, Governor Rick Snyder and the Republican legislature have passed more than 600 bills into law, one of the most aggressive legislative periods that Lansing has seen in years. It often seemed over that time that no matter how controversial a proposal has been, whether it was taking billions of dollars from our public schools, raising taxes on seniors or throwing people off of the unemployment line, the GOP has put their stamp of approval on every single one of them with barely a whisper of disagreement.

Last week, however, that unified front suffered one of its very first public blows when Governor Snyder vetoed the most controversial portions of a package of anti-voter legislation being pushed by Republican Secretary of State Ruth Johnson and Speaker of the House Jase Bolger.

Reflections this Independence Day

Rep. Ellen Cogen Lipton
June 27, 2012

I love the Fourth of July. I always participate in parades alongside local and federal officials and spend my evening with family and friends. As I celebrate with fireworks, picnics and parades, I feel great pride for the United States and Michigan. This special holiday is a day on which I celebrate our nation's independence; it is also an opportunity to renew my commitment to work together with other state and national leaders to strengthen our nation’s security and prosperity.

4th of July Parade with Andy Meisner!

Jennifer Suidan
June 26, 2012

Andy Meisner is going to be walking in two parades on the Fourth of July!

The first one, the big one, is Clawson. The line up is at 8am at Clawson Center parking lot, at the southeast corner of 14 Mile and Crooks Road. Come join the fun to walk with Andy in the parade!

Date: 
Monday, June 4, 2012 - 8:00am