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Rep. Hank Vaupel votes against House Bill 4999, a tax on food

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Rep. Vaupel supports bill to prohibit local taxes on food Legislator says impact would hurt families, farmers State Rep. Hank Vaupel today voted for legislation to ban local governments from imposing taxes on the manufacture, distribution and sale of food and beverages. Vaupel, of Handy Township, said he wholeheartedly supports…

National Manufacturing Day being celebrated in Livingston County

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October 6th celebrates National Manufacturing Day in an effort to pair local high school students with careers and interest in the manufacturing sector. Activities will include a group of High School students from the Career and Technical Educations (CTE) programs touring 3 companies, Chassix, Hatch Stamping and Bekum America Corporation…

Rep. Vaupel supports bipartisan plan to lower auto insurance rates in Michigan

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel today joined a bipartisan coalition announcing plans to fix Michigan’s broken auto insurance system and significantly lower rates for drivers. Michigan now has the highest auto insurance rates in the nation. Vaupel supports legislation that will lower the cost of auto insurance by offering motorists more…

Barbara Barden is awarded top honor from Michigan Society of Association Executives at Annual Diamond Awards ceremony

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Michigan Society of Association Executives inducted retired Livingston County Executive Director, Barbara Barden, into the Michigan Association Hall of Fame last week at its annual Diamond Awards ceremony held at the Henry Hotel in Dearborn. The Michigan Association Hall of Fame was started in 2002 and has inducted 43 executives.…

Livingston County officials join Rep. Vaupel and Governor Snyder for bill-signing ceremony

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel, Livingston County Clerk Elizabeth Hundley and retired Livingston County Elections Coordinator Joan Runyon joined Gov. Rick Snyder for a bill-signing ceremony Tuesday in Lansing. The local officials played a key role in helping Vaupel develop legislation to remove outdated political party icons from ballots in Michigan.…