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U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar (R-MI) said that the bill would support students in Michigan who want to learn the skills needed to secure well-paying jobs.
Hnizda, surrounded by three generations of his family, was presented with his earned medals, including the Bronze Star Medal, in a ceremony at U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar’s Midland office.
Excerpt: Native Americans barred from contributing to health savings accounts in some instances would gain that right under a resolution to fix the obscure mix-up pushed by U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar, R-Midland.
“The Ways and Means Committee was looking into health care issues and noticed this was an unfair part of the law so I was able to introduce the resolution,” Moolenaar said. “Chief Cloutier wrote a letter of support and the legislation will help members of the Saginaw Chippewa tribe when they go to Indian Health Services in Mt. Pleasant.”
Excerpt: “It’s important that we honor our veterans and those who have served our country so nobly and have earned these awards and honors," Moolenaar says. “It’s important to recognize them, as well as their families.”
Congressman John Moolenaar was in Roscommon County yesterday[Wednesay] to present medals to two men who had served in the US Army in the 1960’s.
The event was hosted by U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar, R-Midland, and is part of a larger effort to recognize and honor those who served during Vietnam, only to come home to criticism and disdain from many of their fellow countrymen.
The new caucus will "serve as an informal group of members dedicated to issues related to the transformative science of chemistry," according to a press release issued by Moolenaar on Wednesday, April 27.
Moolenaar, a member of the House Agriculture Committee, said the nutrition-related legislation seeks to attract long-term investment in a low-income urban area that has long been under-served by chain grocery stores that sell fresh fruit and vegetables.