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The lawmaker visited the center March 20 and saw what the new facilities looked like and interacted with many residents and staff members. Center officials also met with Walberg to discuss concerns about recent legislation that could affect the center.
Walberg says too often, police use forfeiture powers as a revenue stream, rather than a crime-fighting tool.
Reps. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) and Jim Cooper (D-Tenn.) introduced a bill on Wednesday that would require federal agencies to publicly report the costs of programs.
Walberg and Cooper said the measure, titled the "Taxpayers Right-To-Know Act," would help make agency spending more transparent.
JACKSON, MI - To Amy Bonneau, another chance for the city to remember her son was the best gift she could have gotten this Christmas season.
Her son, Jackson Police Officer James Bonneau, was killed in the line of duty in 2010. On Thursday afternoon, President Barack Obama signed a bill into law that will rename the Jackson Post Office after him.
JACKSON, MI – It is tempting to denounce the President of the United States right now, but he's not responsible for every disappointment that comes my way.
The Department of Veterans Affairs on Monday unveiled a restructuring plan to regain the public's trust and ensure smoother operations after the agency's recent scheduling scandal, but veterans groups and key members of Congress have expressed lit