“The plot being made by this dangerous and hateful group was despicable. Violence and acts of hate are unacceptable in our society. No matter how much anyone disagrees with a government official, this response is unwarranted and those responsible should be persecuted to the highest extent of the law.
“Though I don’t always agree with the governor politically, I have nothing but respect for her and wish her peace in the wake of this truly scary event. No one deserves to be put in this position of fear. Her family remains in my continued prayers.”
A bill introduced by state Rep. Hank Vaupel, chair of the House Health Policy Committee, creating a uniform Community Mental Health Services credentialing process, was approved today by the Michigan House of Representatives.
State Rep. Hank Vaupel of Fowlerville and successor Bob Bezotte of Howell are hosting virtual office hours over Zoom to remain accessible to constituents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Vaupel and Bezotte will be joined by Dianne McCormick and Dr. Juan Marquez from the Livingston County Health Department.