“Amidst the recent reports of a separation agreement between the former DHHS Director Robert Gordon and Governor’s administration that included over $155,000 and a confidentiality agreement, I am publicly inviting Gordon to testify in the House Oversight Committee on the details of the resignation and any other issues that arose during his time with DHHS,” Representative Steve Johnson (R-Wayland) stated.
“It is extremely troubling that our state government has become one of the least transparent in the country. Specifically, I have reached out to the DHHS on multiple occasions to receive data that the department claimed was incredibly accurate, yet never received it. I believe Robert Gordon’s testimony is vital to discovering the truth behind his abrupt resignation and the recent lack of transparency from the DHHS.”
Legislator invites people across Michigan to share their experiences House Oversight Committee Chairman Steve Johnson (R-Wayland) today said a new web form will help legislators examine recent problems surrounding the state’s Unemployment Insurance Agency. Roughly 650,000 federal pandemic unemployment assistance (PUA) claimants in Michigan have been asked to re-file information to make sure they’re eligible. […]
House Oversight Chairman Steve Johnson announced that he plans to launch an in-depth investigation into the Unemployment Insurance Agency. In light of multiple reports of significant issues at the Unemployment Agency, Chairman Johnson is demanding accountability which starts with legislative hearings and an investigation.
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. Steve Johnson talks about today’s committee passage of Senate-approved legislation that would extend the deadline for renewing an operator’s or chauffer’s license expiring between April 1 and June 1by 90 days. The plan would also require some walk-in appointments at Secretary of State offices.