With public policymakers concerned about Michigan’s lack of population growth, MCC put forth its perspective that policies focused on supporting and growing families are key for long-term population growth in this state. For more on MCC’s advocacy on this issue, plus some resources for getting Advent started off right this Sunday, read this week’s Lansing Update.
To grow Michigan’s stagnant population, policymakers should view proposed solutions through the lens of supporting family life by making it easier to have and raise children in this state, according to a letter from MCC to the Governor’s council tasked with recommending policy goals to grow Michigan’s population.
While the Governor this week did sign the Reproductive Health Act bills that were sent to her desk, MCC noted in a press release the advocacy that resulted in a watered-down version of the RHA becoming law. Plus, ahead of Thanksgiving, MCC extends its gratitude for the dedicated Catholic grassroots network. Read more in this week’s Lansing Update.
In a statement, MCC highlighted the legislative and grassroots advocacy against the Reproductive Health Act that prevented several alarming policies from becoming law. However, MCC called attention to the repeal of health and safety standards required of the abortion industry in Michigan, along with many other common-sense limits on abortion in the RHA. The Catholic Conference again urged lawmakers to prioritize policies that help both mothers and their children.
The first-ever Michigan March for Life brought thousands of pro-lifers to the steps of the state Capitol this week. Plus, the Legislature wrapped up session for 2023, meaning there was a lot of activity on a variety of issues. Catch up on issues ranging from abortion regulations to surrogacy to juvenile justice and more in this week’s Lansing Update.
Designed to care for the physical, mental, and financial wellbeing of our participants, Michigan Catholic Conference provides a full spectrum of employee benefits and wellbeing programs to Catholic entities throughout Michigan. Generally, entities may choose which plans and programs they wish to offer. Providing administrative support for the MCC benefit plans and programs, the Benefits Team serves both the entity and its employees with personal service by phone, email, chat, and in-person.
We are excited to now offer online Special Events Application submissions. This process will be much more efficient and no longer requires the triplicate form to be mailed, reviewed, processed, and sent back.
Whether you need a COI for an event, equipment lease or rental, or use of third party space, please fill out the request form in its entirety and we will provide you with the certificate or contact you with questions.
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