Tim In The News
DUNDEE, Mich. — A Dundee High School special assembly last week promoted an upcoming student trip to the nation's capital, featured a congressman as keynote speaker, and celebrated George Washington with the dedication of a portrait of the first president that came from his Mount Vernon estate.
Did you know you don't actually need to be charged with a crime for the government to seize your financial and property assets?
Under U.S. law, it can take only the suspicion of a crime to turn lives upside down and seize the property of innocent citizens.
The House on Tuesday passed legislation that would make it easier to discipline and fire senior executives across the federal government.
Under D.C. law, after receiving a notice that their property has been seized and is subject to forfeiture, owners have 30 days to file a claim to try to get their property back.
JACKSON, MI – The U.S. Post Office at 113 W. Michigan Ave. is one step closer to being named after late Jackson police officer James Bonneau.
(WLNS) - A U.S. Post Office in Jackson could soon could soon bear the name of a fallen Jackson police officer.
That's after the US House passed Congressman Tim Walberg's bill Monday to rename the post office that's located on West Michigan Avenue in Jackson in the officer's honor.
The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to honor the Jackson police officer shot and killed while responding to a domestic dispute call four years ago. The House passed a bill naming the post office on Michigan Avenue in Jackson after officer James Bonneau. Bonneau was shot on March 9, 2010.
House Republicans and their business allies renewed their criticism of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, saying the agency is overreaching in enforcing employment discrimination laws.
JACKSON, MI—U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg is making strides in naming Jackson's U.S. Post Office after officer James Bonneau, who was shot and killed on duty in 2010.
The national spotlight is now on the VA.
In the wake of a scandal in which 40 veterans have now died, waiting months for medical treatment from the agency.
6 News Joe Khalil spoke with some of our local veterans who say they're no stranger to issues with the VA.