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Walberg, George W. Sr.

George W. Walberg Sr. of Washington, CT, passed away on May 20, 2017 at New
Milford Hospital. He was born in New Preston on September 23, 1928 to Harold and Edith (Ward) Walberg. 324 more words

Congressman Walberg Email Newsletter, April 15

Congressman Tim Walberg (R-MI7) email newsletter, April 15:

Congratulations, Justice Gorsuch

On Monday, Justice Neil Gorsuch was officially sworn in as the newest member of the Supreme Court. 241 more words

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Even Republicans Against Great Lakes Funding Cuts

If Michiganders have a saving grace, perhaps its that we, more than any other people, understand the importance of the Great Lakes. While we have the same partisan divides that exist across the country, preserving the quality of the Great Lakes is a priority that often united lawmakers across party lines. 403 more words

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CALL TO ACTION: Planned Parenthood Rally to Save Health Care MARCH 7

Congress has finally released their Affordable Care Act replacement plan, and as you could guess, it’s enough to make you sick.

Planned Parenthood is calling for protests and congressional offices across Michigan tomorrow in response to the plan. 42 more words

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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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