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Information on the current legislation and legislative news.
Legislation making every public employee pay at least 20 percent of their health insurance passed a Senate committee this morning.
SJR C and SB 7 won approval from the Senate Reforms, Restructuring and Reinventing Committee on party-line votes.
In addition to dealing with the K-12 school aid budget, lawmakers are expected to take up several other important issues that will affect all public education employees, including health care.
Here's an overview:
Nearly 200 Michigan school districts face cuts greater than $500 per student under Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed budget, according to the non-partisan House Fiscal Agency.
WASHINGTON—National Education Association (NEA) President Dennis Van Roekel today joined other community and education leaders in a panel discussion on education policy at the National Action Network 20th Anniversary National Convention.
Siding with MEA members, a judge has ruled that the Legislature requiring an additional 3 percent contribution by school employees for retiree health insurance is unconstitutional.
Snyder’s School Cuts:
THE NUMBERS DON’T LIE
How much have the cuts cost your kids?
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