McCall Hamilton Advocacy and Public Affairs

Updates from the Capitol

Mar 27-Apr 7, 2023

  • Governor Whitmer urges insurers to maintain no-cost healthcare services
  • Governor Signs Abortion, Right to Work, and Prevailing Wage Bills
  • Michigan Prisons See Increase in Mental, Physical Health Caseloads
  • FDA approved over the counter status for overdose drug
  • MDHHS Increases Dental Benefits for Medicaid Beneficiaries
  • MDHHS Implementing Electronic Visit Verification System

Mar 6-24, 2023

  • Governor Signs ELCRA Expansion
  • Legislature Moves Right to Work, Prevailing Wage
  • House, Senate Gun Reform Bills Pass Out of Chambers
  • Whitmer Signs Lowering MI Costs Plan
  • AG Joins Coalition Supporting Access to Healthcare
  • Fiscal Agencies Issue February Revenue Reports
  • Genesee County Circuit Court Approves Flint Water Civil Settlement

Feb 20-Mar 3, 2023

  • Legislature Moves $1.3 Billion Supplemental
  • Gun Reform and Abortion Legislation on the Docket
  • Slotkin Announces Run for U.S. Senate, Others Jump in for the 7th Congressional District
  • COVID Racial Disparities Task Force Releases Final Report

Feb 6-17, 2023

  • The Capitol Community Mourns MSU Shooting, Senate Dems Introduce Gun Reform Legislation
  • Karamo Elected as MI GOP Chair
  • MDHHS Releases Medicaid Redetermination
  • Ford Announces New Investment, More Jobs Coming to Michigan
  • Governor Signs Affordable Housing EO

Jan 23-Feb 3, 2023

  • Michigan to be Fifth State to Vote in Presidential Primary
  • Fiscal Agency Reports End of Year Revenues
  • DIFS Director Appointed to NAIC
  • Reports from Flint Show Low Lead Levels
  • Megan Petzko-Sweet - Our Newest Government Affairs Consultant