House Oversight Committee member Rep. O’Malley talks about Thursday’s Committee testimony on bipartisan bills that would extend the statute of limitations for criminal sexual conduct and make governmental agencies and employees civilly liable for failing to address sexual misconduct. The bills reflect abuse at both MSU and UofM.
Rep. O’Malley talks about a series of bills being discussed in the House Oversight Committee Thursday that would reform the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency, including his bill to create an ombudsman within the UIA.
By state Rep. Jack O’Malley of Lake Ann Each holiday we celebrate in our country holds special significance and meaning. It’s what makes them different from all the other days. Thanksgiving has always been a favorite of mine. It signifies enjoying a good meal with loved ones and saying thank you for all the blessings […]
State Rep. Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today announced pivotal child care grants are available for licensed providers to help deliver needed care for more Michigan families. The current year budget allocated $1.4 billion for child care, with half earmarked for grants which would go to child care providers directly. The first application stage remains […]
State Rep. Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today said findings from the state Auditor General show a key arm of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration made crucial and costly errors implementing a federal program. The Auditor General examined the state’s Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) process, including application and eligibility criteria that was not federally compliant. The […]