Rep. O’Malley talks about the Governor’s veto of HB 4210, which would incentivize the expansion of rural broadband service by exempting companies from paying property taxes on new equipment in rural areas.
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today issued the following statement after the committee heard testimony regarding House Bill 4667. The legislation, sponsored by state Rep. Sue Allor, of Wolverine, prohibits governmental entities from producing, issuing or incentivizing documentation for the purposes of certifying that an individual has received a vaccination for […]
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today issued the following statement after the committee heard testimony from former Department of Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon. The committee subpoenaed Gordon to speak on a $155,000 payment as part of a separation agreement following his resignation from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration. The agreement originally included a non-disclosure provision, but it was later scuttled amid public outcry:
House Oversight Committee member Rep. Jack O’Malley talks about Thursday’s Oversight Committee meeting on legislation that would ban the use of vaccine passports in Michigan. Rep. O’Malley says discussion of the measure is important, given his view that the executive branch has been operating without legislative input or oversight.
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley today called on Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to re-establish work search and registration requirements for unemployment benefit eligibility, saying Michigan’s economy continues to be extremely slow to recover with incentives for unemployment still in place.