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The member of Congress for Michigan's 2nd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: William P. Huizenga (born January 31, 1969) is the member of Congress for Michigan's 2nd congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He previously served in the Michigan House of Representatives. Early life, education, and career Huizenga is the current co-owner and operator of Huizenga Gravel Company, a third generation business located in Jenison, Michigan. He has been affiliated with it for most of his life. In the early 1990s, Huizenga obtained his Michigan Real Estate sales license, and he quickly became one of the most successful realtors in southwest Michigan. He left real estate in 1996 when he was recruited by U.S. Congressman Peter Hoekstra to be his Director of Public Policy. For six years, from 1996 through 2002, Huizenga traveled up and down ...
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Bill Huizenga to host Veterans History Project event


Veterans have a story to tell — many, actually — and the Veterans History Project is documenting them. U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga will host an event Monday to introduce the project to area veterans interested in learning more about how to share their experiences. Those who supported war efforts and their families also are encouraged to attend. Huizenga will introduce the Veterans History Project program and conduct a short example interview with veteran Bill Sikkel. There will be time for questions and a sign-up session afterward. James Smither, director of Grand Valley State ...


Huizenga is 'true blue, says Family Research Council


West Michigan's congressional delegation got mixed reviews from the Family Research Council (FRC), a conservative group opposed to abortion, President Barack Obama's health care reforms and promotes school choice and the “Defense of Marriage Act.” U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, voted 100 percent with the FRC on 10 key congressional votes, making him one of just 46 “True Blue” members of Congress, according to FRC rankings released Monday. “ I am honored to be recognized by FRC Action, and will continue to work tirelessly to ensure Congress is working to ...


Bill Huizenga claims Barack Obama snubbed him in Holland


U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga (R-Zeeland) claims he wasn't invited to President Barack Obama's speech at Johnson Controls in Holland. The freshman congressman, who did vote for the debt ceiling deal despite Tea Party criticism, said he contacted the White House about attending the event celebrating the company's advance battery manufacturing success, but an invite never came."This is over the top. How does he think he can get away with this?" Huizenga told MIRS.The president did invite at least one Republican -- Sen. Rick Jones (R-Grand Ledge), who represents Holland.Obama sparred with Huizenga's ...


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House Passes Huizenga Legislation: It's Time to Reset the Regulatory Process & Put Jobs and American Workers First
Today, Capital Markets Chairman Bill Huizenga (MI-02) released the following statement after the House passed House Joint Resolution 41, Rep Huizenga's legislation to reform a burdensome provision of Dodd-Frank and require the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to rethink their approach to rulemaking: "Last night's vote helps reset the regulatory process," said Capital Markets Subcommittee Chairman Bill Huizenga. "For too long, regulators have saddled U.S. companies with burdensome regulations putting them at a competitive disadvantage on the global stage. By sending the SEC back to the drawing board, Congress is demonstrating that it is serious about strengthening the economy, boosting private sector job creation, and helping American workers." During the debate on H.J. Res. 41, Congressman Huizenga explained the core mission of the SEC and refuted false claims made about his legislation. To watch Rep Huizenga's speech, click play on the video below.
Chairman Huizenga, Senator Inhofe Move To Eliminate Resource Extraction Rule via CRA
Today, Capital Markets Chairman Bill Huizenga (MI-02) and Senator James Inhofe (R-OK) released the following statements regarding their bicameral effort to repeal section 1504 of The Dodd-Frank Act by using the Congressional Review Act (CRA): "The SEC's rule surrounding resource extraction pursuant to section 1504 of Dodd-Frank fails the agency's core mission on multiple fronts," said Chairman Huizenga. "The SEC is tasked by Congress to both protect investors and facilitate capital formation. Despite being instructed in Federal Court, the SEC continues to propose a resource extraction rule that is overly burdensome, puts U.S. companies at a competitive disadvantage, and fails to provide investors with useful information. Transparency is a critical element in governance and I believe there is a way for the SEC to achieve transparency regarding section 1504 however this revised rule falls short and remains deeply flawed." “I am pleased to introduce this CRA against the SEC’s re
Huizenga: We Must Defend Those Who Cannot Defend Themselves
Today, Congressman Bill Huizenga (MI-02) released the following statement after voting in support of H.R. 7, The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2017: "The No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2017 is an incredibly important step in the fight to defend the unborn while also protecting taxpayers," said Congressman Huizenga. "Traditionally, measures which prevent taxpayer dollars from being used to perform abortions have garnered bipartisan support. However, liberals in Washington have recently made it their mission to eliminate these longstanding protections and force families in West Michigan and across the nation to violate their deeply held beliefs by funding abortion on demand." "This significant legislation extends the Hyde Amendment to all federal programs, while also prohibiting the use of ObamaCare subsidies to purchase plans that include abortion coverage. We must defend those who ca
Huizenga: Congress Must Do More To Protect The Unborn
On Tuesday evening, Congressman Bill Huizenga (MI-02) spoke on the House floor in defense of the unborn, the upcoming March for Life, and how Congress must do more to prevent late-term abortions. Rep Huizenga: Tonight we rise, alongside the thousands of Americans who will be marching on D.C. this Friday, because we believe that giving even one more person the right to change the world is worth it. For the last six years, I have come to the well of the House with my friend from New Jersey and my colleagues on the bipartisan Pro-Life Caucus to celebrate life and fight for the unborn. On this seventh occasion, I rise with a renewed hope and optimism for our children’s future. I commend President Trump for making one of his very first actions protecting unborn children around the world by preventing U.S. taxpayer dollars through foreign aid from being used to fund groups that promote abortion under the guise of “family planning.” We can’t stop here.



 
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