State Rep. John Damoose receives an Excellence in Education Award from AT&T and the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning (MACUL) at the state Capitol on Wednesday, Dec. 8. Pictured from left are Gavin Goetz, AT&T regional director for external affairs; state Rep. John Damoose of Harbor Springs; and Mary Wever, MACUL board president and Holt Middle School educator. AT&T and MACUL presented the award at their annual Student Technology Showcase. Photo courtesy of MACUL and Dave Trumpie Photography.
The Michigan House of Representatives today approved a plan by state Rep. John Damoose to ensure hundreds of thousands of recipients of an emergency federal unemployment program do not have to repay money due to a government error on the program application.
Rep. Damoose talks about House passage Wednesday of his HB 5265, which ensures hundreds of thousands of recipients of an emergency federal unemployment program do not have to repay money due to a government error on the program application.
State Rep. John Damoose today issued the following statement touting the success of economic development legislation he recently supported, after General Motors Co. announced plans to maintain and create an estimated 5,000 jobs as part of its $7 billion investment in four Michigan facilities: