Jeremy’s district is home to diverse industries that contribute to the health of Michigan’s economy. As a result of Jeremy’s focus on economic development, the first legislation he introduced was signed into law to help boost our economy. He introduced House Bill 4197 to allow the Commercial Rehabilitation Act to continue, a tool that local officials in our district used to eliminate commercial blight, attract economic investment and raise property values. The senate version of Moss’ legislation became law in December 2015. Jeremy also voted to create a new state economic development tool that local district officials supported to help them attract developers to revitalize Northland Shopping Center.