Rep Howrylak joins applauds creation of new Asian Pacific American caucus

first_img This week legislators came together to form the bipartisan Asian Pacific American caucus, which is composed of members of the Michigan Legislature who identify as Asian Pacific American and members with districts that have large concentrations of Asian Pacific American residents, announced State Rep. Martin Howrylak.“Those who identify as Asian Pacific Americans are the fastest growing population in Michigan,” said Howrylak, R-Troy. “Asian Pacific Americans are contributing to the cultural diversity of our district, the fine reputation of our public schools and to the vitality of our region’s economy.”As part of its mission, the caucus will work to educate other members of the Legislature about the contributions and concerns of the Asian Pacific American community in Michigan.Members of the Legislature participating in the new caucus include Sens. Hoon-Yung Hopgood, Patrick Colbeck, Mike Kowall, Marty Knollenberg, Rebekah Warren and Reps. Martin Howrylak, Kristy Pagan, Stephanie Chang, Christine Greig, Jeff Irwin, Adam Zemke and Sam Singh.### Categories: Howrylak News 30Jan Rep. Howrylak joins, applauds creation of new Asian Pacific American caucuslast_img

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