Category: Legislation

Governor Rick Snyder will be appealing a Court of Appeals ruling that the state must return contributions school employees made toward their retirement health…

The Court of Appeals ruled on June 7, 2016, that school employees were unconstitutionally required to pay 3% towards retiree health care from 2010-2013 as they…

The Michigan Association of Retired School Personnel (MARSP) has been carefully watching the progress of the legislature in regard to resolving the serious financial…

LANSING, Mich. — U.S. District Judge John Corbett O’Meara has accepted an agreement between the Secretary of State’s office and local governments and school…

By S. Mark Guastella, MARSP Executive Director There are so many bills and resolutions floating around Lansing at this time, it is difficult to…

MARSP recently held three Legislative Ambassador Updates to keep our chapter legislative ambassadors updated on what is happening in Lansing. The first event was held…

Twenty-nine MARSP members came together on May 13, 2015 to attend scheduled meetings with 22 members of the Michigan House of Representatives and another 16…

By Paul Egan, Detroit Free Press 12:55 a.m. EDT April 9, 2015 The Michigan Supreme Court, rejecting arguments from unions, has upheld a 2012…

State’s largest school retiree group supports Proposal 1 The Proposal 1 campaign earned a potential boost from 45,000 likely voters this week as the…

With the exception of former Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land’s failed bid for a U.S. Senate seat, it was a big night for…

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