MIRS Biographical Profiles
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Greimel, Tim (D)State Representative District 29
Rep. Greimel was first elected to the 29th House District in a special election in 2012. He was elected House Minoirity Leader in the fall of 2012 for the 2013-2014 legislative session. The caucus re-elected him to the post for the 2015-16 session. * His first term doesn't count as a full term for purposes of a term limits. He's been an Oakland County Commissioner since 2007.
Prior to joining the Legislature, Rep. Greimel worked as an attorney in the field of labor, employment, and civil rights.
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Rep. Greimel received his B.A. in Economics and Political Science, a Master’s in Public Policy and a law degree from the University of Michigan.
Rep. Greimel is single.
A former school board member for seven years and former board president. He has served as a board member for Transform Pontiac Now, Pontiac Youth Assistance and the Pontiac Veterans Memorial Committee. He has also been involved in the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce, the Auburn Hills Optimist Club and the Oakland County Veterans Group in addition to teaching Sunday School.
LEAD STAFF PERSON:Katie Carey
(Status: 03/24/2015 - HOUSE - REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS )
- SALES TAX, Collections, Accelerate sales tax on difference phase-in.
(Status: 03/26/2015 - HOUSE - REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON TAX POLICY )
- VEHICLES, Registration, Modify registration fees.
(Status: 03/26/2015 - HOUSE - REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS )
- Michigan House of Representatives; Michigan Senate; road funding proposal, A resolution to urge the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate to hold legislative sessions weekly throughout the summer in order to approve a road funding proposal.
(Status: 05/07/2015 - HOUSE - REFERRED TO THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS)
SCOTUS Ruling Means Subsidies Available For MI Health Insurance Buyers (06-25-2015)
Schmidt: Economic Growth Won't Work (06-11-2015)
House Narrowly Backs Cotter's $1B Road Plan To 'Start The Process' (06-10-2015)
House Dems Say They're United Against D-Insurance Bill (06-09-2015)
House, Senate Sign Off On General Omnibus (06-03-2015)
Bieber Elected At AFL-CIO (06-03-2015)
Chatfield, Leonard, Webber Getting Early Attention In GOP Leader Race (06-01-2015)
Bits And Tidbits (05-28-2015)
Checking In On Road Funding Talks (05-28-2015)
Cotter, Greimel Following Pipeline Question Closely (05-28-2015)
Leaders Cautious On DPS Debt Relief Question (05-28-2015)
Wyant/Lyon Most Effective Executive Branch Staff Member (05-28-2015)
Hospitals To Pay More To Make New State Budget Work (05-27-2015)
Meekhof, Pscholka Named Most Effective Legislators (05-27-2015)
House Approves Mobile Voting Ban (05-26-2015)
Citizens Initiative To Repeal Prevailing Wage Filed With SOS (05-21-2015)
Greimel: Oversight Committees Should Look Into Senate Building Deal (05-20-2015)
Turnover Within House GOP Finance Team Draws Attention, Frustration (05-15-2015)
Cotter's Road Plan Dedicates $700M In Future Revenue, Ends EITC (05-13-2015)
Has Smith Conversation Turned To Expulsion Or Resignation? (05-13-2015)
Senate Moving Full Steam Ahead On Prevailing Wage Repeal Package (05-07-2015)
Summer Session For Road Fix? Meekhof Says `Most Likely' (05-07-2015)
Greimel Rips GOP For 'Tiptoeing Through Tulips' (05-06-2015)
Statewide HeadlinesProgress Michigan: AG should oppose Midland judge halting marriages
Michigan judge explains why he will no longer perform marriages
Michigan lawmaker decries 'white privilege' as Juneteenth resolution stalls in state Senate
$1.5B road funding plan approved by Michigan Senate as Calley breaks tie on fuel tax hike
Michigan foster care 'a persistent and dire problem'