Michigan residents turned to the unemployment lines seeking help after the governor’s emergency rules forced them out of work during the pandemic. People used their unemployment assistance as a lifeline to stay ahead of bills and keep food on the table for their families. Now, the state’s already defective Unemployment Insurance Agency has said it made yet another costly mistake – and is telling the people of Michigan it’s their problem. Through no fault of their own, residents may be forced to return money they’ve already spent.
Michiganders have suffered enough from UIA failures and House Republicans are committed to resolving this issue!
Have you received a letter from the UIA asking to re-file and re-submit for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA)? Share how this has impacted you below so that we can hold the UIA accountable for their actions. The information you provide will be sent to the House Oversight Committee.
House Republicans understand that our children are our future. That’s why we proudly passed a bipartisan K-12 budget that invests 17.1 billion dollars in our classrooms. We were able to reach this historic level of funding thanks to two initiatives lead by House Republicans: Closing the state’s per pupil gap, and appropriating additional federal dollars […]
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson recently submitted three rulemaking requests to change election rules in Michigan, all of which would weaken the security of our state’s election process. The Secretary of State will hold a public hearing on these three proposed rule sets on Friday, Oct. 1, 2021. MOAHR 2021-060: Creates a process for disqualifying […]