Jeff Yaroch State Representative

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Detroit News Endorses Yaroch

33rd District (Lenox Township, city of Richmond): Jeff Yarochis the Republican incumbent in this district and is seeking a second term. The attorney is a Second Amendment advocate and a solid conservative lawmaker who should be reelected. The Democrat is Olu Jabari of Lenox Township, who did not respond to our[…]

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Yaroch Adds to List of Endorsements!

Michigan Farm Bureau’s AgriPac Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Candice Miller Rated “Well-Qualified, Preferred” by the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union (MPFFU) Police Officers Association of Michigan (POAM) Right to Life of Michigan PAC Michigan Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) Michigan Credit Union League Small[…]

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Richmond State Rep. Jeff Yaroch pushes for fireworks safety measures

From THE VOICE https://www.voicenews.com/news/state/richmond-state-rep-jeff-yaroch-pushes-for-fireworks-safety-measures/article_43202584-f51a-5f6b-9952-5e63f3830abc.html Fireworks mishaps are not only dangerous to people but can also damage people’s property when homes and other structures become landing sites for sky rockets gone wild. “It happens all the time,” said Martin Hartway, fire chief with the Department of Public Safety in Lenox Township.[…]

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Whitmer signs bills regulating PFAS foam use at Michigan fire stations

FROM MLIVE: LANSING, MI — Fire departments would have 48 hours to tell state regulators about the use of a chemical-based firefighting foam type that’s caused drinking water contamination around Michigan under legislation signed into law. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed House Bills 4389 and 4390 on Wednesday, July 8. The bills regulate the use and reporting of aqueous[…]

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Rep. Yaroch reviews COVID-19 impact on nursing homes

From THE VOICE: https://www.voicenews.com/news/rep-yaroch-reviews-covid-19-impact-on-nursing-homes/article_c5084a9c-bb12-11ea-85f2-87dcf6e133bd.html State Rep. Jeff Yaroch recently dug into a controversial state policy that places people who have tested positive for COVID-19 into nursing homes and long-term care facilities with healthy residents, saying the people of Michigan deserve to see the science behind this questionable policy. Yaroch, R-Richmond,[…]

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Bruce Township man says experimental drug cured him of COVID-19

From THE MACOMB DAILY https://www.macombdaily.com/news/coronavirus/bruce-township-man-says-experimental-drug-cured-him-of-covid-19/article_2bb20146-7399-11ea-9fa4-9bc3a3c866a3.html Jim Santilli of Bruce Township thought he was dying as a he lay on a hospital bed one night nearly two weeks ago. “I didn’t think I would see the next day. I didn’t think I would make it to midnight,” he said. “I felt[…]

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State Rep. Jeff Yaroch files for reelection

From THE VOICE https://www.voicenews.com/news/state-rep-jeff-yaroch-files-for-reelection/article_6fd7e67e-42b6-11ea-a6d1-57bb4a153332.html Jeff Yaroch, R-Richmond, has filed to run for reelection for state representative for the 33rd House District. Having left the firehouse three years ago to enter the State House, Yaroch hopes to continue serving the residents of the 33rd District with a focus on fiscal responsibility,[…]

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Rep. Yaroch: Bipartisan efforts to lower car insurance costs paying off

From THE VOICE https://www.voicenews.com/news/rep-yaroch-bipartisan-efforts-to-lower-car-insurance-costs-paying-off/article_f82b92a2-0740-11ea-98a6-2769607815f2.html Bipartisan reforms designed to lower the cost of car insurance in Michigan will soon be saving drivers money, state Rep. Jeff Yaroch recently said. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association announced it will charge a $100 per vehicle assessment for the year-long period beginning July 2, 2020[…]

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Opinion | My Michigan roads plan won’t break your pocketbook

From The Bridge https://www.bridgemi.com/guest-commentary/opinion-my-michigan-roads-plan-wont-break-your-pocketbook We’ve finally heard the governor’s plan to fix Michigan’s roads – a ridiculous 45-cent per gallon tax increase she proposed during her recent budget presentation. There’s no way I can possibly support that plan – especially when Macomb County is a donor to the state transportation system. We[…]

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