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Flipping Michigan's Congressional Delegation

A story in the online political magazine Rollcall points out that flipping Michigan’s congressional delegation from red to blue isn’t only possible, it’s also quite doable. 340 more words

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Tim Walberg Takes Brave Stand Against Women's Health Care

Michigan’s own U.S. Rep. Tim Walberg (R-MI7) took the bold step recently of standing against women’s health care when he testified in favor of stripping federal funding for Planned Parenthood. 223 more words

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Walberg Takes Aim at Small Business Retirement Savings Plans

Congressman Tim Walberg (R-MI7) has his, so the rest of us can apparently go eat worms.

While Congressmen like Walberg become eligible for a Congressional pension after just five years of service, the rest of us have to scrimp and save to maybe be able to afford any kind of retirement. 603 more words

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U.S. Rep. Walberg Wants to Help Scammers Rip Off Working Families

It’s hard to keep up with all the things Trump and his basket of deplorables are up to in Washington, so it’s understandable if you haven’t heard of his executive action to roll back something called the fiduciary rule. 468 more words

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Rep. Walberg on Muslim Ban: We Need to Balance Fascism and Religious Liberty

Tim Walberg is trying very hard to thread the needle between all-out fascism and good ol’ fashioned American freedom.

Finally making a statement on Trump’s disgraceful Muslim ban, Walberg had this to say to… 168 more words

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U.S. Reps. Walberg, Moolenaar AWOL on Muslim Ban

As far as I can tell, Congressmen Tim Walberg (R-MI7) and John Moolenaar (R-MI4) have yet to say a word on the unconstitutional Muslim ban. If you’ve seen otherwise, please let me know.

Some great courage there, guys.

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Facts on the ACA, Courtesy a Letter-to-the Editor Writer

A recent letter to the editor in the Adrian Daily Telegram lays out some pretty astute facts on the Affordable Care Act. In it, the letter writer takes U.S. 149 more words

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