PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jerry Neyer, of Shepherd, today welcomed the 2022 Mt. Pleasant Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team to the state Capitol in Lansing. The Irish, who finished with a record of 44-7-6, won the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 4 state championship in November – the school’s first-ever in volleyball. The team was presented with a tribute from Neyer (front right) and state Sen. Roger Hauck, and received a tour of the House floor from Rep. Neyer.
State Rep. Jerry Neyer today voted against a radical Democrat green energy plan that will make energy less affordable for families and small business owners, threaten grid reliability and limit local authority. Plans advanced through the House call for utilities to have 100% clean energy by 2040, with several other mandates that will also increase […]
State Rep. Jerry Neyer today pushed back against a radical Democrat green energy plan that will raise costs for families, worsen grid reliability issues and strip away local input on future projects in their communities. In her recent “What’s Next” address, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer pushed for accelerated timelines to make Michigan energy production carbon-free. House […]
State Rep. Jerry Neyer today pushed back against additional bills moving through the Legislature that create more questions than answers regarding the effectiveness and efficiency of Michigan’s elections system. Proposals advanced by the Michigan House last week expand the automatic voter registration process. This process usually involves interactions with certain government agencies like the Secretary […]
State Rep. Jerry Neyer today said plans Democrats are slated to push for in the coming months will increase costs for consumers, small business owners and families. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Democrat leaders went through several initiatives on Wednesday that ramp up regulation and don’t address problems and priorities many people across the state feel […]