McCall Hamilton Advocacy and Public Affairs

Updates from the Capitol

Nov 11-21, 2023

  • Governor's Office Announces New Hires, Promotions
  • 'Dolly Pardon' Wins Governor's Turkey Pardon Naming Contest
  • U.S. Rep Dan Kildee Not Seeking Reelection
  • Candidates on Michigan's 2024 Presidential Ballot
  • MDHHS Internal Changes and Promotions
  • MDHHS looking for Social Determinants of Health Hub advisory council members

Oct 30-Nov 10, 2023

  • November 7th Election Update
  • Reproductive Health Care Act Passes with Setback
  • Clean Energy by 2040 Passed in House and Senate
  • Financial Disclosure Passes in the Senate and House
  • Rick Snyder’s Flint Water Charges Officially Dismissed
  • Peter Meijer Announces Senate Candidacy
  • Trump Sues Michigan Secretary of State for Presidential Ballot

Oct 16-27, 2023

  • Whitmer Names Jen Flood as the New Budget Director Along with New Promotions
  • Cost-Lowering Oral Chemotherapy Legislation Signed into Law
  • Michigan Disclosure Bills Introduced in the Senate
  • Whitmer Appoints Brian Love as MVAA Director

Oct 2-13, 2023

  • Whitney Keenan Joins McCall Hamilton as Government Affairs Team Coordinator
  • Oral Chemotherapy Insurance Bill Passes in both the House and Senate
  • Automatic Voter Registration Passed in Michigan House
  • Elder Abuse Task Force Bills Get First Hearing
  • Whitmer’s ‘You Can in Michigan’ Launches to Promote Michigan
  • Whitmer’s Michigan Achievement Scholarship Shows Increased Enrollment
  • MDHHS Recommends Three Vaccines this Flu Season
  • Capital Christmas Tree Chosen for 2023 Holiday Season

Sep 18-29, 2023

  • 2019 Auto No Fault Reform Led by Senate Dems
  • Michigan Supreme Court Rejects AG’s Flint Water Appeal
  • MDHHS Provides Updated COVID-19 Testing Information
  • Republicans Win at the First Charity Softball Game
  • Governor Appoints Captain Grady as MSP Director