Kate Segal

State of the State
9:18 am
Fri January 17, 2014

Reaction to State of State Address breaks along party lines

Governor Rick Snyder delivers the State of the State address Thursday night
Credit The Associated Press

State Representatives Aric Nesbitt (R-Lawton) and Kate Segal (D-Battle Creek) offered differing reactions to Governor Rick Snyder's address. 

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State issues
9:07 pm
Tue November 19, 2013

WestSouthwest: State Representative Kate Segal

State Representative Kate Segal
Credit WMUK

WestSouthwest with State Representative Kate Segal

Democrat Kate Segal represents Battle Creek and other parts of Calhoun County in Michigan's 62nd state House district. She is in her third term. 

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12:06 pm
Tue November 19, 2013

Calhoun County Commission Chairman to run for state House

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Art Kale is second Republican to launch campaign in 62nd district
Art Kale, chair of the Calhoun County Board of Commissioners, has announced he will seek a seat in the Michigan House. The Republican from Albion said he will run for the 62nd District, currently held by Rep. Kate Segal.
6:55 am
Fri October 11, 2013

House votes to let young GED students to work full time

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Unclear how many students would be affected by change in law
The Michigan House has unanimously passed a bill introduced by state Rep. Kate Segal that would allow 16-year-olds who earn their general-equivalency diplomas to work full-time. Segal, a Battle Creek Democrat, pushed the bill specifically to help the youngest graduates of the Michigan Youth Challenge Academy program in Battle Creek, according to a news release Wednesday from Segal's office.
5:49 pm
Sun September 8, 2013

Segal says women "losing ground" because of lack of female lawmakers

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The Battle Creek Democrat is one of 28 women serving in the state House, there are four in the state Senate
Rep. Kate Segal said it's hard to ignore the lack of women in the state Legislature, especially in the past two years. "When you go to a committee meeting and you're one of two women with a committee of over 20 people," she said, "you do take notice of that."