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Michigan Policast for Tuesday, September 28, 2021

  • Forced-birthers vs the majority
  • Paul Egan on Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference
  • Michigan FY22 budget
  • Redistricting and GOP voter suppression efforts
  • Build Back Better
  • Political notes

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Forced-birthers vs the majority

This is so tragic but so true. https://t.co/K1Ggp9yht7

— Dr. Rob Davidson #GetVaccinated (@DrRobDavidson) September 20, 2021

🚨 🚨 Watch out, Michigan! James Craig will 100% move to ban abortion in your state if elected Governor.

He must be stopped.https://t.co/czmyXOUgbI

— American Bridge 21st Century (@American_Bridge) September 23, 2021

NEW: We caught James Craig pushing Trump’s Big Lie in Michigan. He falsely claimed there were “valid concerns” that should result in an Arizona-style audit in the state. #MIGov https://t.co/r5wpdTb21T

— American Bridge 21st Century (@American_Bridge) September 24, 2021

Merch to save America

Paul Egan on Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference

GOP Rep. Ryan Berman, who is running for AG, implores colleagues to end the government price-fixing they wrote into the 2019 auto insurance law (that he voted for, GOP opponent @TomLeonard28 championed as a consultant and Dem AG @dananessel is defending)https://t.co/HgCfbHXsHL

— Chad Livengood (@ChadLivengood) September 27, 2021

Michigan FY22 budget

I’ve been hearing a lot of concerns regarding boilerplate language in the budget concerning public health orders. The language is obviously unenforceable. We would not have voted for it otherwise.

— Senator Curtis Hertel (@CurtisHertelJr) September 22, 2021

Redistricting and GOP voter suppression efforts

My analysis of the 39 bills proposed in the Michigan GOP legislative package found a number of alarming similarities to the voter suppression bills enacted or introduced in states like Georgia, Arizona, Florida, and Texas- even down to the same language. Here’s a few comparisons. pic.twitter.com/H56yUIZ1cX

— Jocelyn Benson (@JocelynBenson) April 21, 2021

Read more. https://t.co/599sBVGTDL

— Brennan Center (@BrennanCenter) September 27, 2021

Build Back Better

We can’t just build back to the way things were before the pandemic — we need to build back better.

It’s what the American people elected us to do. And it’s why we need to pass the Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal and my Build Back Better Agenda.

— President Biden (@POTUS) September 27, 2021

Poll after poll makes it clear: The majority of Americans overwhelmingly support my Build Back Better Agenda.

Let’s get it done and deliver for the American people. pic.twitter.com/uptz12TQmP

— President Biden (@POTUS) September 27, 2021

Passing the Build Back Better budget in tandem with the bipartisan infrastructure bill is mutually assured success. Together, these bills invest in what we need for a strong, stable, globally competitive economy: roads, bridges, climate, child care, health care, and education. pic.twitter.com/EfAN2EB7JE

— Rep. Katie Porter (@RepKatiePorter) September 24, 2021

Political notes

Bittersweet, but today I am announcing my resignation from my role as Michigan’s Chief Medical Executive. I am grateful to @GovWhitmer for her outstanding leadership & the opportunity to serve the people of Michigan in these unprecedented times.

A few thoughts:

— Joneigh Khaldun MD MPH FACEP (@DrKhaldun) September 24, 2021

Thank you @GovWhitmer. I’m honored to serve the state of Michigan in this role. @MichiganHHS #publichealth https://t.co/qpxU388N40

— Natasha Bagdasarian MD, MPH 🦠💉 (@nnbagdasarian) September 24, 2021

“F**k Joe Biden” and “Trump Won” people chant as they eat at Vaccinated only food court without showing their vaccination cards. https://t.co/B92LyhAlJR pic.twitter.com/C3D9CZQCIW

— Scootercaster (@ScooterCasterNY) September 25, 2021

Worth noting that on top of this, a lot of elected officials and politicians have used the pandemic to shut down transparency and shut the public out. https://t.co/7Wnap1Mt1i

— Susan J. Demas 🏔 (@sjdemas) September 25, 2021

We are so proud of and grateful for all of the incredible work @MichLeague Senior Policy Analyst @SorensonPat has accomplished throughout her career. In her final column before retirement, Pat takes us through… (1/2)https://t.co/cKzKNSoNLE

— Michigan League for Public Policy (@MichLeague) September 27, 2021

This is a war. https://t.co/SRDOeT0jkx

— Joe DiSano 🤘 (@JoeDiSano) September 28, 2021

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