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DETROIT FREE PRESS: MDEQ should heed concerns over drilling in Southfield

"Not all of Southfield is hooked up to the Detroit water system and many residents use well water. Should any groundwater be contaminated during the drilling process and anything other than the crystal-clear water we expect comes out of Southfield faucets, we’ll have a huge problem. That’s why I introduced House Bill 5258 to limit oil drilling in densely populated residential areas."

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"The Democratic leader on the package is Jeremy Moss, D-Southfield. He said he gained a deep respect for transparency's importance on Southfield City Council, after a citizen so frustrated by a stalled FOIA request assumed there was something fishy going on and started attending every council meeting as a self-appointed watchdog. Without transparency, 'we look like we have something to hide, even if we don't.'"

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"Today, we announce the expansion of FOIA to the Governor's office and the creation of the new Legislative Open Records Act... I want to urge all of our colleagues - both chambers, both sides of the aisle - to join us on this effort."
 

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DETROIT NEWS: Expand FOIA for full transparency

"The Legislature and governor’s office must be subject to FOIA. The exemptions they enjoy block the public from information and communications at the highest levels of state government that is rightly theirs... Reps. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan, and Jeremy Moss, D-Southfield, are working on legislation to get rid of the exemption."

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OAKLAND PRESS: Three Oakland County state representatives announce re-election

"State Representatives Christine Greig of Farmington Hills, Jeremy Moss of Southfield, and Robert Wittenberg of Oak Park, all Democrats, said they stand on a solid record of public service during their first year in the legislature and intend to continue their advocacy for Oakland County in a second term."

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SOUTHFIELD SUN: Hundreds show for meeting on proposed well

"Moss, who was instrumental in setting up the hearing with the MDEQ, said he believes the MDEQ’s rules are inconsistent and that the city should be allowed to uphold its moratorium. 'We are not a community under state management. We govern ourselves here in Southfield,' Moss said. 'Instead of focusing on maximum oil production, I hope today we focus on maximum people protection.'"

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"We are not a community under state management. We govern ourselves here in Southfield... Instead of focusing on maximum oil production, I hope today we focus on maximum people protection and I object to the issuance of this permit."
 

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"State Rep. Jeremy Moss and local law firm Goodman Acker joined forces to hold a water drive Jan. 26-28... 'This is a wonderful example of how government can work with the private sector, and I know the good people of Southfield and surrounding communities want to help the city of Flint,' Moss said in a prepared statement."

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