Rep. O’Malley talks about House Bill 5190, which would modify the Michigan Merit Curriculum to include successful completion of a half-credit course in personal finance as a graduation requirement. Currently, students must take two full credits of a language other than English to graduate. The bill would adjust this requirement to 1½ credits in conjunction with the new half-credit requirement for personal finance. The measure has been approved by the House Education Committee, on which Rep. O’Malley serves, and is now before the full House.
Rep. O’Malley talks about discussion this past week in the House Oversight Committee on his HB 5552, which creates the Office of the Unemployment Insurance Citizens’ Advocate. Rep. O’Malley says the legislation would give both employees and employers another voice in working to correct issues with the UIA. The plan remains in the Oversight Committee […]
Rep. O’Malley talks about a series of bills being discussed in the House Oversight Committee Thursday that would reform the Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency, including his bill to create an ombudsman within the UIA.
Advancing plan provides $368.5 million, policy reforms for first responders State Rep. Jack O’Malley on Thursday joined the Michigan House in approving an expanded plan to support law enforcement and public safety personnel while helping them better protect the people they serve. The measures, approved with bipartisan support, include $368.5 million in funding and policy […]
State Rep. Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, today announced pivotal child care grants are available for licensed providers to help deliver needed care for more Michigan families. The current year budget allocated $1.4 billion for child care, with half earmarked for grants which would go to child care providers directly. The first application stage remains […]