House Transportation Chair Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, reacts to testimony during a committee hearing on Tuesday, May 11. O’Malley and the committee examined the effects of a potential Line 5 shutdown on Michigan’s infrastructure.
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.
Rep. O’Malley says House passage Thursday of legislation that ends the weekly $300 unemployment pandemic supplement spells good news for Michigan’s small businesses and its tourist industry as they try to hire workers in a reopening state.
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.
Rep. O’Malley talks about comprehensive child care legislation he will introduce this coming week, saying for many Michigan families, quality, affordable child care is the key to getting and keeping employment.