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Debt Bomb: Huizenga Blasts The Democrats' Out Of Control Spending Spree

October 21, 2021

During a House Financial Services Committee Hearing, Congressman Bill Huizenga, a Republican from West Michigan, blasted Democrats for mortgaging America's future and simply not caring about it. Huizenga highlights the numbers from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) detailing the stu...

  • Congressman Bill Huizenga explains "NO" vote on Debt Limit, October 13, 2021

    On October 12th, the U.S. House of Representatives was called back into session to vote on raising the debt limit. After voting "no," Congressman Bill Huizenga, a Republican from Michigan, walked off the House floor and provided video update to his constituents in West Michigan on Facebook. Congressman Huizenga explains the procedural tricks Nancy Pelosi and Democrats in the House used to pass a $480 billion increase in the debt limit and how it creates the glide path for President Biden and Spe...

  • Huizenga talks Afghanistan, need to evacuate Americans and Afghans who supported our troops August 30, 2021

    In the latest edition of Capitol Report, Congressman Bill Huizenga discusses the lack of transparency in how the Biden Administration has conducted the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Rep. Huizenga is critical of President Biden's decision-making especially his call to abandon Bagram Air Base and failure to get our Afghan Allies in the (Special Immigrant Visa) SIV program out sooner.

  • Huizenga discusses the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and President Biden's failure to lead August 18, 2021

    On August 17th, Congressman Bill Huizenga joined WOOD TV's Rick Albin for a discussion regarding the chaotic withdrawal of American Forces from Afghanistan. During the conversation, Huizenga laid the blame squarely at the feet of President Joe Biden and his Administration. Huizenga also stressed the need for the Administration to safely help Americans as well as the Afghans who supported our troops during our time in Afghanistan.

  • Standing for Life: Huizenga Calls on Democrats to Allow a Vote on Bipartisan Hyde Amendment June 29, 2021

    On June 28th, Michigan Congressman Bill Huizenga spoke on the House floor calling for the House to discharge H.R. 18, the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. This legislation would codify what is known as the Hyde Amendment and prevent taxpayer dollars from being used to pay for abortion services.

  • We can strengthen our economy by making it easier for American Small Businesses to launch an IPO May 25, 2021

    In a challenging global economy, the strength of our capital markets is vital to long-term economic growth. Yet, regulatory burdens and bureaucracy are preventing small businesses from thriving and hindering the United States’ ability to compete globally.

  • Huizenga congratulates Jenison Superintendent on 30+ years of service May 19, 2021

    On May 19th, Congressman Bill Huizenga spoke on the House floor to recognize and honor the work of Jenison Public Schools Superintendent Tom Tenbrink. Congressman Huizenga's full remarks are available below. I rise today to recognize the exemplary career of Tom TenBrink, and his legacy of service, dedication, and success in the Jenison Community. On behalf of West Michigan, it’s an honor to express my appreciation and gratitude for his many years of service to the students, staff, and families o...

  • Huizenga Lays Wreath to Honor Fallen Michigan Police Officers May 15, 2021

    On May 13th. Congressman Bill Huizenga laid a wreath to honor Michigan Police Officers who were killed in the line of duty while serving our community at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington. After presenting the wreath, "today, I had the solemn honor of paying respect to our fallen police and law enforcement officers from Michigan. We must never forget the challenges law enforcement officials face on a daily basis. My prayers go out to the families of those who were kill...

  • Huizenga Presents Purple Heart to American Legion Post 28 in Grand Haven March 27, 2021

    On Friday, March 26th, Congressman Bill Huizenga posthumously presented a Purple Heart to Charles A. Conklin. Mr. Conklin was the first casualty of World War I from Grand Haven and is the namesake for the American Legion Post in Grand Haven, Michigan. Post 28 will display the Purple Heart at the Legion to honor the service, sacrifice, and memory of Charles A. Conklin. Full coverage from WOOD-TV 8 in Grand Rapids Michigan is available here:

  • Huizenga presses Secretary Yellen on economic impact of reopening schools March 24, 2021

    During a House Financial Services hearing on March 23, Congressman Huizenga asked Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about the economic impact of schools being closed and what that means for students and families moving forward.

  • Huizenga calls for tax clarity from IRS & Secretary Yellen, stands up for small biz & 1099 employees March 23, 2021

    On March 23, 2021, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen falsely claimed that only the "wealthy" pay tax estimates. Congressman Huizenga quickly pushed back on that statement by citing seasonal workers, construction workers, 1099 employees, and many small business owners pay estimates. Secretary Yellen's answer was in a response to a question from Congressman Huizenga regarding why the filing date for 2020 taxes was moved but not the filing date for first quarter estimates for 2021.

  • Huizenga talks Retail Investing, Payment for Order Flow, & GameStop Trading February 18, 2021

    Today, Republican Congressman Bill Huizenga (MI-02), whose serves as Ranking Member of the Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Markets Subcommittee posed questions during a hearing filled with political theatrics on the Robinhood App, GameStop and retail investing. During the hearing, Huizenga addressed the importance of retail investing for individuals and shot down the notion that retail investment was like a casino where people gamble with fake money. Additionally, Huizenga ask...

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