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Dear Friends,

Hello and welcome to the latest edition of my monthly E-Newsletter! This past month has been filled with exciting opportunities to serve the constituents of the 31st Senate District. At the governor’s State of the State address, the Legislature received a better picture of what new ideas the governor has to offer. It’s the Legislature’s duty to ensure only sound ideas become public policy.

I want to emphasize that my door is always open. I look forward to visitors and the opportunity to speak with the constituents I proudly represent. I welcome any input from residents, as it is my number one priority to make sure your voices are heard. If I can ever be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me or my office. I am honored to be able to serve you.

Sincerely,

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Kevin Daley
State Senator
31st District

 

March is Reading Month

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Reading is key to a bright future and reading to children at a young age has been shown to spark an interest in learning. Encouraging students to read, and to enjoy doing so, will bring them many opportunities for success when they become adults.

I will be stopping into classrooms during March to celebrate March is Reading Month. If you know of a class that would like me to read to them, please visit www.senatorkevindaley.com/march-is-reading-month/ to submit your request.

 

Daley introduces Senate Bill 118

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On Feb. 21, I sponsored legislation that would create a new special registration license plate for Blue Star Family members.

Blue Star Families was started in 2009 by a group of military spouses and has grown to more than 150,000 members. The organization’s mission is to strengthen military families by providing resources and support.

Their programs and services reach more than 1.5 million military family members every year. The men and women of our armed forces honorably serve our country and defend our freedoms and way of life. Senate Bill 118 serves as a way for us to express our appreciation and recognize the sacrifices made by their families.

 

Monthly district office hours

For me to best represent you in Lansing, I think it is important to sit down face to face and hear the needs of the residents of the 31st Senate District.

I plan to hold office hours once a month where anyone can

come and discuss what’s on their mind. I will be available to answer questions, discuss current legislation and take suggestions on issues affecting communities throughout the district.

Feel free to stop in anytime, as no appointment is necessary.

I look forward to hearing from you!

For updates on future office hours, please visit my website at www.SenatorKevinDaley.com and click “Press Releases” under the “In the News” tab.

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Daley hosts Sheriff Troy Cunningham for State of the State

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I was honored to host Bay County Sheriff Troy Cunningham as my guest for Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s 2019 State of the State address.

This was an important night for our state. The Legislature had the opportunity to hear some of our new governor’s plans for the upcoming months and her priorities for the year.

Now that everyone is settling into their new roles, we’re ready to get down to business.

 

Constituent connections

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Everyone was all smiles at the Hills and Dales General Hospital Expansion and Renovation open house held in Cass City. Rep. Phil Green and I were proud to present them with a tribute to honor their hard work.

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Sen. Ken Horn and I had the privilege of welcoming the Michigan Sugar Queen Paige Lupcke to the Capitol. The Michigan Sugar Company is headquartered in Bay City and is the third largest of nine sugar beet processing companies in the United States. In addition to providing hundreds of jobs to the area, Michigan Sugar’s annual local economic impact is about $500 million.

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Great to see students from Reese and Vassar High School in Lansing this past month. They were there participating in the Youth in Government program!

 

Visiting Lansing?

My priority is always serving the people of my district. If you plan to visit Lansing for a conference or meeting, please contact my office in advance so I can make every effort to meet with you while you are in town.

 

Celebrating a special occasion?

My office is happy to offer legislative tributes in honor of noteworthy events such as retirement, anniversaries of businesses in our community, awards and public recognitions.

 

State government resources

The Official State, County and City Government Website Locator
• Michigan Senate website: www.senate.michigan.gov
• Michigan House of Representatives website: www.house.mi.gov
• Michigan Legislative website: www.legislature.mi.gov

 

Michigan's 31st Senate District

The 31th State Senate District includes all of Bay, Lapeer, and Tuscola counties.

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Senator Kevin Daley
5200 Connie Binsfeld Building
P.O. Box 30036
Lansing, MI 48909-7536

Phone: 517-373-1777
FAX: 517-373-5871

E-Mail: SenKDaley@senate.michigan.gov
 
Visit my website at: SenatorKevinDaley.com

Thank you for subscribing to my electronic newsletter! I am honored to represent you in the state Senate. As always, please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. Please feel free to forward this on to others who may be interested in receiving the 31st District E-news. You may sign up for it also at my website.