Roger Kahn (politician)
|Member of the Michigan Senate
from the 32nd district
January 1, 2007
|Preceded by||Michael Goschka|
|Member of the Michigan House of Representatives
from the 94th district
January 1, 2005 – January 1, 2007
|Preceded by||Jim Howell|
|Succeeded by||Kenneth Horn|
|Member of the Saginaw County Board of Commissioners
from the 13th District
January 1, 2003 – December 31, 2004
|Preceded by||Jeanine Collison|
|Succeeded by||Ann Doyle|
|Born|| January 28, 1945
Monroe, Michigan, U.S.
|Alma mater||Delta College
Michigan State University
Wayne State University
A medical doctor, Roger served as a cardiologist for a many years, he also served as a member of the Saginaw County Board of Commissioners. Kahn was elected in 2004 to his only term as State Representative, in 2006 he was elected to his 1st term in the Michigan State Senate.
Michigan Quality Community Care Council
In October 2011, Michigan Capitol Reporter, part of the politically right-wing Mackinac Center for Public Policy, reported that Kahn was promoting the position of the Service Employees International Union and seeking to preserve a program in which union dues were being collected from home care providers, including family members, and diverted to SEIU through the Michigan Quality Community Care Council, which the Michigan Legislature had previously defunded.
In response, Kahn stated that "The Michigan Quality Community Care Council saves taxpayers millions of dollars each year and helps seniors and people with disabilities remain healthy, independent and in their own homes. It provides in-depth training to home healthcare providers and performs thorough background checks to promote safety, accountability and transparency. That's why I've supported this important program for years and continue to do so." 
- Michigan State Senate: Appropriations
- Hoekstra, Kathy. "GOP Senator Tries to Save SEIU Healthcare ‘Employer’". Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Michigan Capitol Reporter.
- Spencer, Jack. "Reactions to Forced Unionization: Tea Party Groups Call Practice 'Immoral'". Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Michigan Capitol Reporter.
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