State Rep. Ann Bollin of Brighton Township today issued the following statement on President Biden’s federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate:
“President Biden’s mandates threaten to deepen the divide our nation is already experiencing related to COVID-19 vaccines. His condemnation of the unvaccinated won’t bring people together. It will drive them apart and do even more harm to our state at this difficult time.
“The president’s vaccine mandate is an affront to individual freedoms. It threatens private businesses, families struggling to make ends meet, and our entire economy. His edict is legally questionable, and I will be exploring every option available to protect Michigan citizens against it.”
State Rep. Ann Bollin, chair of the House Elections and Ethics Committee, today led the Michigan House in approving a plan to strengthen Michigan’s elections and ensure that every eligible voter can vote secretly, independently, safely, and securely.
State Rep. Ann Bollin today said she will continue her efforts to make government more accountable by protecting state employees who speak up about potential problems within their departments.
House Elections and Ethics Committee Chair Rep. Ann Bollin speaks on the House floor Thursday afternoon during House debate on voter integrity legislation, saying the 2020 election, which occurred during a pandemic, and with directives made from the bench and administratively, would naturally lend itself to reforms.