State Rep. Jamie Thompson, of Brownstown, is inviting local residents to an upcoming office hours event on Friday, Aug. 18.
Rep. Thompson will give attendees updates on what’s going on both locally and in Lansing as she works on behalf of people throughout the 28th House District in Monroe and Wayne counties – an area that encompasses Berlin Township, Newport, South Rockwood, Rockwood, Flat Rock, Woodhaven, Brownstown Township and part of Taylor.
The event will run from 10-11 a.m. at Big Boy, located at 22100 West Road in Woodhaven. Appointments are not required.
“I look forward to meeting with people across our region,” Thompson said. “On top of helping people understand how legislation and new laws impact their families or businesses, these are great times to have a chat, get to know one another, listen to priorities and answer questions. These conversations allow me to be our voice in the Legislature. I invite anyone who is interested to attend.”
Those unable to attend can contact Rep. Thompson by phone at (517) 373-1772 or email at JamieThompson@house.mi.gov.
State Rep. Jamie Thompson, of Brownstown, today issued the following statement after confirming with the state’s Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) that a deep injection well site in Romulus has had its operations permit renewed. Outrage erupted across Downriver communities earlier this year when hazardous material from a train derailment in East […]
State Rep. Jamie Thompson has introduced legislation that will give police officers an extra asset to keep themselves safe on the job while serving their communities. House Bill 5014 would require licensed law enforcement officials to achieve a blue belt in jiujitsu or certification of equivalent grappling training. Other acceptable training would include mixed martial […]
State Rep. Jamie Thompson today said Democrat abortion plans moving through the Legislature undermine the health and safety of women and push far beyond what voters approved through a 2022 ballot initiative. House Bills 4949-59, tabbed the “Reproductive Health Act,” were considered this past week by the House Health Policy Committee, which Thompson serves on. […]
PHOTO INFORMATION: State Rep. Jamie Thompson is joined by Brownstown Deputy Chief of Police Andrew Starzec on Thursday, Sept. 7 during a special ceremony at the state Capitol commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. The ceremony honors first responders and members of the military from Michigan, including those who died in the line of duty […]