Congressman Andy Levin (MI-09), Vice Chair of the Education and Labor Committee and a workforce policy expert, introduced his first bill as a Member of Congress, which would reverse a Trump administration rule that eliminated certain protections for workers in cases of workplace injuries.
Congressman Andy Levin today released the following statement:
“I am upset and concerned by the use of an anti-Semitic trope, especially by a Member of Congress. We must loudly reject any such expression of anti-Semitism, like other forms of bigotry. Silence is acquiescence and acquiescence is complicity, as history has taught us too many times.
Former Congressman Sandy Levin, former U.S. Senator Carl Levin and Congressman Andy Levin released this joint statement following the passing of former Congressman John Dingell:
Congressman Andy Levin (MI-09), Vice Chair of the House Education and Labor Committee, a workforce policy expert and green energy entrepreneur, today signed on as an original cosponsor of the Green New Deal resolution and released the following statement:
Following the State of the Union address tonight, Congressman Andy Levin (MI-09), Vice Chair of the House Education and Labor Committee, released this statement:
“In his State of the Union address tonight, the President made a concerted effort to distract from the fact that he has failed the middle class and working families for the past two years.
Congressman Andy Levin (MI-09), Vice Chair of the House Education and Labor Committee, today called on General Motors to cease abandoning workers and continue its investment in Warren, in Michigan and across America.
Today, the Democratic majority of the U.S. House of Representatives Education and Labor Committee elected Congressman Andy Levin (MI-09) as the committee’s Vice Chair, a position reserved for members who have served five or less terms in the committee.
Speaking at an event alongside Ferndale Mayor David Coulter and Oakland County Treasurer Andy Meisner, Congressman Andy Levin discussed the devastating impacts of the government shutdown and the efforts to relieve federal workers’ financial hardship.
Congressman Andy Levin, who was recently named to the House Education and Labor Committee, today signed on as a cosponsor of the Raise the Wage Act, which would raise the minimum wage to $15 by 2024 and give roughly 40 million Americans a raise.
Following Speaker Pelosi’s announcement that Congressman Andy Levin will serve on the U.S. House of Representatives Education and Labor Committee, Congressman Levin released the following statement:
“I came to Congress to tackle the big problems that are keeping working families from prospering.