Rep. Glenn talks about her HB 4640, which adds “threatened harm” to the definition of “neglect” in Michigan’s Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Act. The change means anticipated or threatened harm to a child could be taken into account by courts. The legislation has been approved by the House and is pending in the Michigan Senate.
Rep. Glenn talks about this Saturday, July 30 as the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. Rep. Glenn has been a leader in combating human trafficking in Michigan over the last several years, and has related legislation under discussion in the House Judiciary Committee and pending on the House floor.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, will host community office hours on Thursday, August 4th. Two events are scheduled: —9 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the Midland Business Alliance, located at 300 Rodd Street in Midland. —11 a.m. to noon at Pinconning City Hall, located at 208 South Manitou Street in Pinconning. Rep. Glenn’s office is reachable […]
Rep. Glenn talks about the state’s 2023 Fiscal Year budget signed today, saying it provides $5 million for the rebuilding of the Midland Community Center, while improving public safety, paying down debt and leaving a cushion for tax relief.