State Rep. Jack O’Malley today was joined by several House members and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, as well as child-care industry and regional business leaders from across Michigan, to announce bipartisan measures establishing a more accessible, higher-quality child care system.
State Rep. Jack O’Malley today said testimony from state Department of Health and Human Services Director Elizabeth Hertel on the scope of COVID-19 impacts at long-term care facilities creates a need for greater examination. O’Malley gave his full support to House Oversight Chairman Steve Johnson, of Wayland, as he prepares to ask the state Auditor […]
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today issued the following statement after Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson provided testimony on an appointment-based approach for services. Benson recently announced general walk-in services would be permanently discontinued in favor of the appointment-only system, which has caused concern for residents who are looking to get key documents renewed and have had difficulty getting an appointment online:
State Rep. Jack O’Malley today said while he is thankful Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and MIOSHA have decided to roll back key COVID-19 guidelines that have been burdensome on businesses, the timing of the announcement is suspect given recent events. Several news reports disclosed Whitmer gathered with friends and staff over the weekend at a basement […]
State Rep. Jack O’Malley today said it’s vitally important to further explore a new system implemented by the Secretary of State which cuts general walk-in services in favor of an appointment structure.
With the summer driving season ahead and more people hitting the road as COVID-19 restrictions loosen, House Transportation Committee Chair Jack O’Malley today led a hearing devoted to worker safety on Michigan’s roadways.
House Transportation Committee Chair Jack O’Malley talks about Tuesday’s committee meeting on infrastructure needs in northern Michigan if Line Five were to be shut down. Rep. O’Malley says the infrastructure is not in place, environmental concerns are plentiful and that the Governor needs to work toward finding common ground.
House Transportation Committee Chair Jack O’Malley today led a hearing examining the infrastructural impacts of a potential Line 5 shutdown, underscoring the practical approach of housing the pipeline in a tunnel as planned as opposed to alternatives that have been floated.
House Transportation Committee Chairman Rep. Jack O’Malley talks about a planned meeting of the committee on Tuesday of this week, when he says committee members will look at what, if any, infrastructure alternatives are in place in the case of a Line Five shutdown.
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today issued the following statement after the committee heard testimony regarding House Bill 4667. The legislation, sponsored by state Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, prohibits governmental entities from producing, issuing or incentivizing documentation for the purposes of certifying that an individual has received a vaccination for […]
House Oversight Committee member Rep. Jack O’Malley talks about Thursday’s Oversight Committee meeting on legislation that would ban the use of vaccine passports in Michigan. Rep. O’Malley says discussion of the measure is important, given his view that the executive branch has been operating without legislative input or oversight.
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley today called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to re-establish work search and registration requirements for unemployment benefit eligibility, saying Michigan’s economy continues to be extremely slow to recover with incentives for unemployment still in place.
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