State Rep. Inman out of caucus
State Representative Larry Inman has been booted from the House Republicans Caucus following news of his federal indictment last week
Inman is facing allegations of attempting to sell his vote on prevailing wage last year.
He denied those allegations last week.
A federal grand jury indicted him on charges of bribery, extortion and lying to the federal bureau of investigation.
Inman is expected to be arraigned May 29 on the charges, which carry a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
On Tuesday, Michigan Republican Party Chairman Laura Cox released a statement regarding Larry Inman’s removal from the Michigan Republican House Caucus:
“Republicans are committed to honest government which puts the needs of the people first. I applaud the Michigan House Republican Caucus for removing Larry Inman, who is accused of violating this trust.”