State Rep. Rodney Wakeman today was appointed by Speaker Jason Wentworth to serve as chair of the House Families, Children and Seniors Committee.
Wakeman, of Saginaw Township, said he is honored to lead the committee, which is tasked with improving life for all Michigan residents, including the most vulnerable. It also focuses on policies to help Michigan families thrive and streamline social service programs.
“This is an incredible responsibility,” Wakeman said. “I look forward to this opportunity to work on good, sound policy solutions to problems that touch many lives across our state. My focus will be on protecting our most vulnerable and improving life for Michigan residents of all ages.”
Additionally, Wakeman will continue to serve on three committees carried over from last term. He has been elevated to vice chair of the Financial Services Committee, and will serve as a member of the Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation, and Commerce and Tourism committees.
Residents may contact Wakeman’s office via email at [email protected] or call (517) 373-0837.
State Rep. Rodney Wakeman and the Michigan House today approved the Unlock Michigan citizens’ initiative to repeal the unconstitutional state law Gov. Gretchen Whitmer used to hold unilateral power over the people of Michigan during the early portion of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rep. Wakeman talks about the House vote Wednesday to approve the citizen petition repealing the Governor’s emergency powers granted under a 1945 law, saying today’s vote reflects the will of the people.