Rep. Levin Joins Leaders on Health Reform

Rep. Levin Joins Leaders on Health Reform

The Aspen Institute gathered the five individuals who shepherded the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to passage as the chairmen of the House and Senate Committees with jurisdiction over health care issues. Rep. Levin discussed his experiences as the Chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means leading up to the passage of health reform. He said how proud he was that Congress finally acted to expand health coverage to millions of Americans, and that the struggle goes on to build on this progress. You can read more about the panel here.

Summer Food Service Program Now Available

School is out for the summer and for some, that means the end of guaranteed access to nutritious meals. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program ensures that income eligible children have continued access to healthy meals during the summer months. This year, the USDA plans to serve approximately 3.8 million children each day throughout the country. To find a summer meal site in your community, click here or call 1-866-348-6479 or text “Summer Meals” to 97779.

June is National Great Outdoors Month!

The warm, summer weather provides great opportunities to enjoy our natural environment. As Michiganders, we are lucky to host a beautiful array of ecosystems and the largest freshwater supply on Earth. To celebrate the end of National Great Outdoors Month, enjoy our treasured Great Lakes, take a road trip up to Sleeping Bear Dunes, or stroll through your local park this weekend. Here in Washington, Rep. Levin will continue to advocate for the conservation of our natural resources.

Looking for a Treasury Tour?

You can schedule a free tour of the Department of Treasury building through our website. Sights on the tour include the Secretary's Conference and Diplomatic Reception Room, the Bullet-Proof Vault, and the Cash Room. The building is open Saturday mornings at 9:00am, 9:45am, 10:30am and 11:15am. You must provide the name, date of birth, and Social Security Number for each visitor when making a reservation. Please note that this is NOT the tour for seeing the production of United States currency notes -- for that, you can schedule a tour with the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Visit the tour page of our website or click here to schedule your tour.

This Week on the House Floor:

This week the House is considering a measure funding the Department of Defense for Fiscal Year 2019, which begins October 1 (H.R. 6157) and legislation related to the management of endangered salmon stocks in the Pacific Northwest (H.R. 2083). Finally, the House will continue consideration of controversial immigration legislation that fails to address issues facing our immigration system (H.R. 6136).