House Transportation Chair Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, reacts to testimony during a committee hearing on Tuesday, May 11. O’Malley and the committee examined the effects of a potential Line 5 shutdown on Michigan’s infrastructure.
Rep. O’Malley talks about legislative ethics reform legislation approved by the House this week, saying the multi-bill package creates new ethics committees through which the people can hold their elected leaders more accountable.
State Rep. Jack O’Malley today said testimony from state Department of Health and Human Services Director Elizabeth Hertel on the scope of COVID-19 impacts at long-term care facilities creates a need for greater examination. O’Malley gave his full support to House Oversight Chairman Steve Johnson, of Wayland, as he prepares to ask the state Auditor […]
Rep. O’Malley talks about his testimony in the Michigan Senate this past week on his bipartisan package of bills designed to keep kids safe in and around school buses. The package allows stop-arm cameras to be installed on buses, sets a penalty for boarding a school bus without permission of the driver as a civil […]
Rep. O’Malley talks about Thursday’s meeting of the House Oversight Committee with Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Director Elizabeth Hertel on COVID-19 nursing home deaths. Rep. O’Malley says the hearing continued a pattern of state officials deflecting responsibility and blame.
House Oversight Committee member Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today issued the following statement after Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson provided testimony on an appointment-based approach for services. Benson recently announced general walk-in services would be permanently discontinued in favor of the appointment-only system, which has caused concern for residents who are looking to get key documents renewed and have had difficulty getting an appointment online: