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John Robert Moolenaar (/ m o l n r /; born May 8, 1961) represents Michigan’s Fourth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.He is a Republican.. Moolenaar is a chemist, and worked at Dow Chemical Company for 8 months before entering politics. He was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives in 2002, where he served three terms.
Texas Veterans Commission to host job fair with dozens of. – 50 employers are looking to hire veterans, military and their spouses today, hoping to fill several vacant positions. "These employers have a track record of wanting to hire our veterans,&rdquo.
Following a presentation of military service medals to Reed City veteran Harry Morse on Tuesday afternoon, (from left to right) U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar, World War II veteran Harry Morse, Morse’s daughter, Brenda Clise, and son-in-law Dan Clise have photos taken by staff and others.
Also, as a Michigan Senator, Moolenaar served on the Senate Redistricting Committee, and the Senate Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Committee. As Michigan’s new senator in Washington DC, Moolenaar intends to promote the same conservative fiscal values he did while a member of Michigan’s House of Representatives.
H.R. 4150, the "Department of veterans affairs emergency medical staffing recruitment and Retention Act," sponsored by Reps. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) and Brad Wenstrup (R-OH). This bill would provide flexibility in the hours vha emergency physicians and physician assistants work every two weeks provided the total hours do not exceed the annual limit.
· AICPA Sends Compendium of Tax Proposals to Capitol Hill . The 34 proposals relate to individuals, employee benefits, corporations, S corporations, partnerships, trusts, estates, gifts, and exempt organizations, as well as to penalties for tax preparers. The AICPA says they promote simplicity and fairness in the tax code, are generally noncontroversial and perhaps can be readily addressed.