Press Releases

July 10, 2015 Press Release
The 21st Century Cures Act cuts the time it takes for cures to get from the lab to the patients who need them, and it will continue America's international leadership in medical innovation and research, a growing field that employs more than 6 million Americans.
July 9, 2015 Press Release
Congress has oversight of the EPA and has heard from environmental experts and farmers that the water rule is confusing. The unintended consequences of this rule could be very costly to local communities in Michigan. I look forward to working with Administrator McCarthy on making sure Michigan farmers, businesses and towns will be able to operate without interference from the EPA.
July 8, 2015 Press Release
The Student Success Act eliminates more than 65 ineffective government programs, putting more money for students into the classroom. The legislation also prohibits the federal government from coercing states into adopting Common Core. As a former charter school administrator and the parent of school-aged children, I believe it is important to protect the rights of parents to decide how to best educate their children.
June 30, 2015 Press Release

Today, Representative John Moolenaar visited the "I Support the One Percent Food Pantry" in Saginaw. The food pantry is dedicated to serving veterans and active duty U.S. military personnel and is named in reference to the fact that one percent of the U.S. population is on active-duty defending all Americans.

June 29, 2015 Press Release
Today, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of all Americans who are frustrated with the EPA and its overzealous pursuit of expansive rules that exceed its authority. The EPA has been trying to implement regulations that would dramatically increase the price of electricity for families and ratepayers throughout Michigan. Thankfully, the Supreme Court ruled for the American people.
June 25, 2015 Press Release
Today’s ruling fails to protect Americans from President Obama’s broken health care law. Premium increases are already expected next year, and more Americans are paying higher deductibles that take hard-earned money straight out of their pockets. I will continue to fight for patient-centered alternatives that let individuals choose the coverage they want and drive down the cost of health insurance.
June 17, 2015 Press Release
With this oversight and transparency bill, Congress and the public will see what the administration has been negotiating. Congress will continue to have the final say on trade deals made by the president. If the Administration makes a bad deal that doesn't benefit farmers, manufacturers and hardworking men and women, Congress can vote against the agreement and stop it from becoming law.
June 16, 2015 Press Release
This is an unnecessary intrusion by the federal government. Already, many companies are removing trans fats from their products and Americans are making common-sense, healthy choices about what they eat. Americans should be trusted to make the food choices that are best for them and their family. They don’t need Washington bureaucrats telling them what they can and cannot eat.
June 12, 2015 Press Release
Today, the National Science Foundation announced an award to Alma College for its research on soil and Michigan’s forests. “I congratulate Alma College on this award. This research will benefit Michiganders and help us learn more about the best practices for managing and protecting the health of Michigan’s beautiful forests,” said Representative John Moolenaar (R-Midland).
May 27, 2015 Press Release
"When I hear from farmers in my district, this EPA rule is one of their top concerns. They are worried about the federal government coming to regulate ditches and mud puddles on their land. Republicans and Democrats alike have voted against this EPA proposal, and we will continue to fight for the thousands of men and women working in Michigan agriculture to ensure they are able to farm their land and run their businesses without being saddled by onerous rules and regulations," said Mooolenaar.