LANSING – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer will deliver the fifth State Address at 7pm on Wednesdays and there are a few different ways to watch.
The State of the State Address is the governor’s annual speech that lays out priorities for the coming year.
According to a press release from Michigan House Democrats, this year Whitmer will address the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate in the Michigan House of Representatives, the first in-person event since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.
How to watch
For those not invited to watch in person, the event will be broadcast live across the state.
What she plans to say
Whitmer will lay out his plans for solving Michiganders’ problems during the speech, with proposals related to spending, making Michigan more competitive and more, according to the website.
“The State of the State address is an opportunity to talk about issues that make a real difference in people’s lives and to focus on what we’re going to do this year,” Whitmer said in a news release.
She is also expected to advertise tax credit plans for seniors and low-income families as well as weapon safety measures.
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