Congressman Bishop followed up with Health & Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell in person regarding the letter he sent her, signed by a bipartisan majority of the Michigan congressional delegation, sharing deep concerns with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services' proposal to cut Medicare Advantage (MA) Retiree Coverage by 3 to 4%.
"My constituents frequently reach to me and my office regarding Common Core and I must say, as a parent, I agree with their concerns," said United States Representative Mike Bishop.
Rep. Bishop questions about the Department of Labor's proposed overtime rule.
"Frankly, it frightens me to think that a failure of this magnitude could happen in the 21st Century and in our state," - U.S. Rep. Mike Bishop
Congressman Mike Bishop (MI-08) discusses the need to repeal Obamacare by discussing two of many local examples from the district over the last year. In 2016, the average price of healthcare premiums under Obamacare is expected to rise an average of 12.56% nationally.
A bill "that helps to limit the role of federal bureaucrats, restore local control and empower parents," said U.S. Rep. Mike Bishop
On Nov. 18, Congressman Bishop introduced the bipartisan "Child Protection Improvements Act" with Rep.
Following the House's veto-proof majority passage of the "American Security Against Foreign Enemies (SAFE) Act of 2015," Rep. Bishop issued the following video address.
During a House Judiciary Committee hearing with FBI Director James Comey in October, Congressman Mike Bishop (MI-08) voiced concerns about the vetting of Syrian refugees who wish to enter the United States, specifically the state of Michigan. Director Comey told Rep.
U.S. Rep Mike Bishop recognizing Pine Knob Elementary School of Clarkston on the floor of the United States House of Representatives; one of 335 schools in America to earn a Blue Ribbon award this year.