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Sen. Dale Zorn backs state gas tax suspension; Gov. Gretchen Whitmer offers different solution

LANSING — Lenawee County's state senator on Tuesday voted to suspend Michigan's fuel taxes for six months, a measure that is likely to be vetoed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. The bill, which passed the House last week, would pause the state's 27.2-cents-per-gallon tax on gasoline and diesel in an attempt to provide price relief to Michiganders struggling with rising fuel prices.
LENAWEE COUNTY, MI

Sen. Dale Zorn supports plan for $1.2B in health care funding

LANSING — Sen. Dale Zorn, R-Ida, voted to approve an additional $1.2 billion in federal funding to address COVID-19 health care issues across the state. “We’re continuing to invest our federal COVID-19 funding to protect our communities, care for our families dealing with the virus and support struggling Michigan students with in-person education,” said Zorn, R-Ida. “In addition to providing critical funds to ensure health care facilities have enough staff to provide effective care and help nursing homes better protect vulnerable seniors, this plan invests important funding to help our schools safely remain open — so our children can recover after over a year of unimaginable challenges.”
IDAHO STATE
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State Sen. Dale Zorn Praises State Subsidy To Taiwanese Firm

State Sen. Dale Zorn, R-Ida, issued a press release applauding a $1 million state grant for EIO Pioneer to expand its operations in Dundee, which the company says will bring 95 jobs. Zorn called the $1 million state grant “exciting news.” The press release stated, "EOI Pioneer Inc. is a...
DUNDEE, MI

State Sen. Dale Zorn supports $3.3B water infrastructure bill

LANSING — State Sen. Dale Zorn joined his colleagues in the Michigan Senate this week in voting for $3.3 billion in water infrastructure spending. The Michigan Senate on Thursday unanimously approved the measure that aims to replace lead pipes and repair aging dams around the state while also sending money to a Detroit-area system that has struggled with flooding blamed on climate change.
LANSING, MI