“I do consider it a privilege to serve, and it’s been a great privilege the last four years. I’m grateful and hopeful that I’ll be granted that opportunity for the next four years.” Click to read full story

Emmons re-elected to second term

Governor Snyder signed into law the package of more than 20 bills the legislature passed two weeks ago to fight human trafficking. I was privileged to take part in this ceremony with other legislators and my friend and trafficking survivor Theresa Flores. Click here to read story  

Anti-Human Trafficking Progress

Remember to exercise your right to vote. Monday, October 6, 2014 is the final deadline to register to vote, in order to be able to cast a ballot in November. To register to vote, visit your local city/townships clerk’s office or visit a Michigan Secretary of State office. Click for […]

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Emmons on Cap Hill Jonathan Oostine MLivecom
The Michigan House and Senate approved more than a dozen bills designed to fight human trafficking. The bills are going to Governor Snyder’s desk. State Sen. Judy Emmons, once the bills are approved Michigan will be “one of the top states in terms of our legislation to go after traffickers […]

Sen. Emmons and State of Michigan leading the fight against ...

Students in Michigan schools can now report potential threats through a confidential tip line. Senator Emmons introduced the bill signed into Public Act 183 of 2013. Michigan’s OK-2-SAY hotline, a 24-hour confidential tip line is designed to help prevent school tragedies. “According to the U.S. Secret Service, in more than […]

Sen. Emmons protecting our communities and children