Rep. O’Malley talks about how Michigan moves into the new year with $57.5 million for a ‘Move to Michigan’ recruitment plan to help local police and sheriff’s departments hire officers now working in other states. The plan ensures officers moving to Michigan will keep retirement benefits they’ve already earned in states other than Michigan.
The Michigan House today voted to approve plans that state Rep. Jack O’Malley developed to improve the child welfare system, promote adoption and shore up areas where the adoption and foster care system is falling short.
State Rep. Jack O’Malley is supporting comprehensive tax relief for hard-working people and families across northern Michigan, saying it’s past time to help so many who are struggling in the face of inflation. House Bill 4568 and Senate Bill 784 slash taxes and establish targeted exemption reforms to help people keep more of what they […]
Rep. O’Malley talks about House passage Tuesday of a bipartisan package of legislation that improves quality and access in Michigan’s foster care system. Rep. O’Malley’s HB 6070 would provide incentives to employers who offer paid adoption leave. The package stems from the recommendations of the House Adoption and Foster Care Task Force.