Tim In The News
CHARLOTTE, Mich. (WLNS) - On Thursday morning Congressman Tim Walberg hosted a town hall meeting in Charlotte.
And dozens of community members showed up to express their frustrations.
Government spending and the possible loss of insurance policies were the biggest issues discussed at the meeting.
The Senate passed a House bill Tuesday that would transfer some responsibility from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to the Department of Labor.
By Matt Durr
WASHINGTON, D.C. ?
WASHINGTON ? A day after the federal government officially shutdown many services and limited others, U.S. Rep Tim Walberg, R-Tipton, went on the offensive Wednesday saying the shutdowns were caused by Democratic leaders in the Senate and the President.
BLACKMAN TWP., MI – Congressman Tim Walberg's excitement for what small business can do was renewed when he visited SeaLandAire Technologies, a Blackman Township company that designs and creates innovative sensor and surveillance systems.
The Obama administration's newly installed regulatory chief has turned down an invitation to testify before a House panel about the decision to postpone a crucial component of the Affordable Care Act, a pair of incensed GOP lawmakers said Wednesday.
Overly-generous disability benefits create a disincentive for some federal workers injured on the job to return to work or ever retire, a top Department of Labor official told a House subcommittee Wednesday.
Not wanting to employ a criminal makes you a racist. At least that is what the Obama administration has determined to be law with a regulation made without congressional approval. Businesses are fighting the charge that not wanting ex-cons on the payroll is illegal discrimination.
JACKSON, MI – U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Tipton, is hosting an open house for Jackson County high school students and recent graduates interested in applying to a military service academy.
The event runs from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, June 21 at the Commonwealth Commerce Center, 209 E. Washington Ave.
The Internal Revenue Service scandal would be bad enough if the IRS just handled issues like collecting income taxes and granting nonprofit status. But the immensely powerful federal agency is about to become even more powerful with the arrival of national health care, and that makes the still-unfolding scandal even more troubling.