Tim In The News
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.
Rep. Tim Walberg (R-Mich.) has introduced a bill to give Medal of Honor recipients the highest priority among veterans seeking access to Veterans Affairs healthcare.
Walberg said that veterans who have received the nation's highest medal for valor in combat should be guaranteed timely access to their health benefits.
More area residents are getting access to quality health through local clinics, but who will provide that care in the future is a dark cloud looming on the horizon. That's the message Congressman Tim Walberg heard from physicians at the University of Michigan Family Practice Clinic at the Chelsea Health Center Monday morning (May 19).
WASHINGTON, DC — Rep. Tim Walberg has been named as a recipient of the 2014 Thomas Jefferson Award by the International Foodservice Distributors Association (IFDA).
Congressman Tim Walberg recently announced that three local students he nominated to U.S. military academies had received appointments.
JONESVILLE — During a recent tour of his home district, Congressman Tim Walberg (R-Tipton) visited the Nyloncraft plant in Jonesville for a tour and update on progress on the facility.
Walberg met with employees of the plant and other members of the community for more than an hour Monday and was impressed with how things have come along since his last visit two years ago.
A teenager from Jackson is one of several students to be accepted into a U.S. military academy after being nominated by Rep. Tim Walberg.