Senator Phil Pavlov
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Schools armed with epi-pens in case of emergencies

All schools will now stock and have staff trained to use epi-pens in case of emergency allergic reactions. These simple, life-saving devices help slow the reactions and give time for 911 to arrive and transfer the student to a hospital.

I am proud to have championed this bill through the State Senate. Thanks to Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons for her leadership on this important initiative and to Governor Rick Snyder for signing it into law. Read more here.

Amy and Dan Radomski and Ashley Radomski, from Capac, testified in the Senate Education Committee in support of this legislation.

Amy and Dan Radomski and Ashley Radomski, from Capac, testified in the Senate Education Committee in support of the Epi-Pen Bill.

September District Office Hours

Please join me for a coffee hour discussion of issues important to you:

Friday, September 5, 7:30am-9am
Red Dog Café - 208 Main Street, Yale, MI 48097

Friday, September 19, 7:30am-9am
Riviera Restaurant - 475 Water Street, Marine City, MI 48039.

Monday, September 29, 7:30-9am
Starbucks - 4216 24th Ave., Fort Gratiot, MI 48059

If you can't make these times, my office will gladly set up an appointment!

Pavlov backs citizen initiative for professional resource management

Michigan's natural resources are the pride of our state. I recently supported citizen-initiated legislation that makes sure our fish and wildlife are managed using sound science. The Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act:
  • lets the Natural Resources Commission keep its authority to name and manage game species for hunting and to regulate the taking of fish;
  • helps combat the threat of aquatic invasive species like Asian carp; and
  • establishes free hunting and fishing licenses for active duty military members.
The citizen-initiative was submitted to the Legislature with the verified signatures of nearly 300,000 Michigan voters - people from every corner of the state who want to protect our strong outdoor heritage. After winning approval in both the Senate and House, the measure now becomes law.

"You are not forgotten"

National POW MIA Recognition Day will be observed on Friday, Sept. 19. This somber event honors missing servicemen and women from past wars and conflicts and those whose remains have not been recovered. The U.S. Department of Defense lists more than 83,000 Americans still missing from World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War, the Vietnam War and the 1991 Gulf War. For more information, visit

Upcoming Community Events

Harsens Island Waterfowl Hunters Association Swap Meet
Saturday, Sept. 13, 10am-2pm
Sell, buy or trade hunting, fishing, trapping gear with no participation fees!
Location: DNR Field Office 3857 Columbine Rd. Harsens Island, MI 48028

Marine City Heritage Days

Saturday, Sept. 20, 10am-6pm, and Sunday, Sept. 21, 12pm-6pm
Crafters, Civil War re-enactments (15th Michigan & 8th Arkansas), performances in the 1884 opera house, antique tractors, silent auction, petting zoo and much more!
Location: Historic City Hall - 300 Broadway, Marine City, MI 48039
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