Rep. O’Malley talks about how Michigan moves into the new year with $57.5 million for a ‘Move to Michigan’ recruitment plan to help local police and sheriff’s departments hire officers now working in other states. The plan ensures officers moving to Michigan will keep retirement benefits they’ve already earned in states other than Michigan.
Plans to reform the state’s struggling Unemployment Insurance Agency, including one from state Rep. Jack O’Malley, were approved in votes by the Michigan House today.
House Transportation Committee Chairman Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today hailed a multi-billion dollar investment announcement by General Motors as a huge job boon for the state – and an indicator new laws O’Malley played a key role in developing are working to bring opportunities to Michigan. At an event at the state Capitol today, […]
Rep. O’Malley says the $7 billion investment in Michigan announced by GM Tuesday will have an impact across the state, adding that he is working on using some of the same economic development tools to grow jobs is his district.
Rep. O’Malley, the Chair of the House Transportation Committee, looks ahead to Wednesday’s virtual State of the State Address, saying he hopes the Governor will focus on improving local roads, and convey an authentic interest in rural development and finding common ground.