State Rep. Matt Hall, of Marshall, has been honored for being a strong and consistent conservative leader on issues in the Michigan House.
The American Conservative Union Federation released rankings for legislators who have exemplified strong conservative values. Through those rankings, Hall was recognized with the Conservative Excellence Award – the federation’s highest award available – and was one of just eight state representatives who scored in the 90-100 percent range.
“I promised people across Calhoun and Kalamazoo counties that I would defend conservative values in Lansing and I am working every day to deliver on that promise,” Hall said. “I will continue fighting for these ideals and I remain committed to being one of the foremost conservative voices in the Legislature.”
Hall currently chairs the House Tax Policy Committee and is a member of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules, House Insurance Committee and the House Regulatory Reform Committee. He represents the 63rd House District, which includes residents in south and central Calhoun County and eastern Kalamazoo County.
Rep. Hall talks about his new HB 5601 that establishes a research and development tax credit for semiconductors, advanced automotive projects such as electric battery technology, and life sciences. Rep. Hall says the plan will move Michigan forward with production and jobs while helping to address shortages that have stifled industries throughout the country.
Proposal positions state as leader to produce cutting edge technology A new plan from state Rep. Matt Hall will move Michigan forward with production and jobs while helping to address shortages that have stifled industries throughout the country. House Bill 5601 establishes a research and development tax credit for semiconductors, advanced automotive projects such as […]
State Rep. Matt Hall, of Marshall, today announced that long-time WBCK radio personality Tim Culver has joined his office. Culver, who used the name Tim Collins on radio, previously was the host of the WBCK Morning Show on the Battle Creek-area news/talk and community radio station. He retired from the radio station in late October […]