House Military, Veterans, and Homeland Security Committee Chair Beau LaFave, of Iron Mountain, today issued the following statement after multiple terrorist attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan. As of Friday morning, the attacks had killed 13 United States servicemembers and wounded 18 others. At least 95 Afghans were also killed:
“While Governor Whitmer was shutting down Main Street, she was simultaneously hopping on private jets to Wall Street for a bailout to her campaign.”
State Reps. John Damoose, Beau LaFave and Greg Markkanen today criticized the Biden Administration’s review of the line 5 pipeline plan, which has previously gained approval from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy, state Legislature, and former Gov. Snyder.
State Rep. Beau LaFave is calling on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to remove her emperor crown, end creation of new COVID-19 restrictions without legislative consent, sign legislation to return to pre-pandemic balance of power between 3 co-equal branches of government, admit the emergency is over, and promise to never again violate the constitution during her remaining 18 months in office.
Rep. Beau LaFave this week introduced House Bill 4969 to require Department of Natural Resources (DNR) law enforcement officials to wear body cameras while engaging in duties and on patrol. This legislation with expand protections for officers and the public.
The voices of all Michigan voters should be heard during elections. That’s why we – a state representative from Macomb County, and another from the Upper Peninsula – have joined forces to propose an important change to how our state distributes electoral votes to presidential candidates.
State Rep. Beau LaFave today introduced a plan to hold the communist Chinese government financially responsible for knowingly unleashing the COVID-19 pandemic upon the state of Michigan, nation, and world. House Bill 4909 is a reintroduction of a bill authored by LaFave last term. The bill previously obtained bipartisan support.
State Rep. Beau LaFave today called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to put an end to statewide COVID-19 regulations and requirements, urging her to reopen the state fully. LaFave also condemned the state’s plan to make pandemic-related COVID-19 rules permanent, including mandating vaccinated employees wear masks.
Rep. LaFave says a shutdown of Line Five, which, as proposed by the Governor, would happen Wednesday, would have a significant impact on the environment and jobs in his district and all over Michigan.
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