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Rep. Filler says 2019 focus was on 'reforms that improve the lives of many'


By William Sassani | Jan 22, 2020

Rep. Graham Filler (R-DeWitt) at his swearing-in ceremony at the Capital. | Michigan House Republicans

State Rep. Graham Filler (R-DeWitt) has announced his list of accomplishments in the state House of Representatives for 2019.

In a Facebook post, Filler details his accomplishments and awards. These included having two bills signed into law and seeing 95 bills voted out of the Judiciary Committee. He also said that he hosted more than 100 hours of community coffee hours and meetings in his district. 

Filler said that his focus was on “reforms that improve the lives of many, and I’ve tried to serve the people of the 93rd District in a manner that would make them proud.” 

He said in his announcement that he had worked on car insurance rate reform, criminal justice reform, as well as road and bridge funding. Filler also said that had worked to make “government more transparent and accountable.”

The 93rd District includes Clinton County as well as Gratiot County. Filler was elected to his first term in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2018. He previously was named an assistant attorney in 2011 and has been active in the Clinton County Republican Party.

Filler was awarded the 2019 Freshman Legislator of the Year by the Michigan Information and Research Service (MIRS).

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