Press Releases

August 15, 2018 Press Release
The contest is open to all K-12 students who can compete individually or in teams of up to four people. The winning individual or team from the Fourth District will have their app displayed in the U.S. Capitol. They will also have the option to attend an event in Washington D.C. where they will showcase their app alongside other winning students from across the United States.
August 9, 2018 Press Release
“The new facility in St. Johns is contributing to a growing economy and it will bring good-paying jobs right here to mid-Michigan. It will also benefit the hardworking milk producers in our state who get up early every morning to do their work and feed millions of people. This is an outstanding decision by the Dairy Farmers of America."
August 3, 2018 Press Release
"Congratulations to Dr. Davies. I have partnered with CMU on vital efforts to protect the Great Lakes and to bring doctors to underserved rural communities. I look forward to working with Dr. Davies on those initiatives and more so CMU will continue to do vital research while teaching a new generation of students the knowledge they need for the future."
July 31, 2018 Press Release
“The new law signed by President Trump today will help states and local communities prepare students for good-paying jobs that are available right now, especially in the skilled trades. With the strong national economy, there are more job openings than people looking to fill them. I have met with students at community colleges and career centers in mid and northern Michigan and I know they are working hard to fill those jobs and earn higher wages. Their teachers are also doing tremendous work and this legislation will give them more flexibility to use the funding they receive to meet the needs of our communities.”
July 25, 2018 Press Release
"The State Department has concluded that religious minorities in Iraq, including Chaldean Christians, face a genocide in that country. We have a terrific Chaldean community in Michigan. I hope ICE will not deport Chaldeans in the United States to a country where they will face violent persecution for their faith."
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July 25, 2018 Press Release
"Millions of people come to Michigan each summer to enjoy boating, fishing, and tourism. To meet the spike in demand some businesses need seasonal workers. In fact, some businesses have delayed expansion and only opened partially because they are unable to hire the workers they need. The amendment I supported helps businesses hire more workers to meet the demands of their customers."
July 24, 2018 Press Release

Today, the House of Representatives passed the Native American Health Savings Improvement Act (H.R. 1476) introduced by Congressman John Moolenaar.

The legislation improves access to federal Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) for Native Americans who receive services at Indian Health Service (IHS) facilities.

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July 19, 2018 Press Release
"Protection for the Great Lakes is a top priority for Michigan residents and as our state's only member of the House Appropriations Committee I successfully worked to make sure it was included in today's legislation. The GLRI benefits our state and does vital work to help ensure Michigan families will be able to enjoy the Great Lakes this summer and for years to come."
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July 18, 2018 Press Release
“ICE has done important work on the opioid crisis, seizing thousands of pounds of fentanyl and heroin. It has arrested nearly 2,000 human traffickers, stopping those who victimize women and children in modern-day slavery. ICE agents have also arrested thousands of offenders who have committed murder and sexual assault. I am proud to support the men and women of ICE as they face danger to stop criminals and keep our country safe.”
July 18, 2018 Press Release
“The Great Lakes are a vital part of Michigan’s outdoor heritage and this funding will support smart conservation of our fisheries so Michiganders can enjoy fishing on the Great Lakes for years to come,” said Moolenaar, a member of the House Appropriations Committee.
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