Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05), Chief Deputy Whip, released the following statement after it was announced that dangerous per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) chemicals were found at Flint Bishop Airport, in Flint Township, Mich.:
Ways and Means Subcommittees Will Allow Kildee to Focus on Ensuring Fair Trade Deals for Workers, Preserving and Strengthening Social Security for Americans
Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05), Chief Deputy Whip, released the following statement after reporting that John Engler will resign as Interim President of Michigan State University:
Today, Representatives Dan Kildee (MI-05), Debbie Dingell (MI-12) and Fred Upton (MI-6) introduced bipartisan legislation that designates all PFAS chemicals as hazardous substances and allows the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to clean up contaminated sites in Michigan and across the country.
Flint Air Traffic Controllers Share their Concerns with Congressman Kildee
FLINT—Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05), Chief Deputy Whip of the House Democratic Caucus, today met with local-area air traffic controllers in Flint to hear first-hand how the ongoing government shutdown is affecting them and their families.
House Passes Four Spending Bills with Republican and Democratic Support to End Government Shutdown
This week, Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05), Chief Deputy Whip for the House Democratic Caucus, voted to immediately end the ongoing government shutdown and put people back to work.
Kildee to Serve on Committee Setting Policy on Trade, Health Care and Taxes in Congress
Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) has been selected to serve on the prestigious Ways and Means Committee, the oldest and one of the most powerful committees in the U.S. House of Representatives.
WASHINGTON—Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05), Chief Deputy Whip, released the following statement following President Trump’s address:
Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05), Chief Deputy Whip, released the following statement after a New Democratic Majority in the U.S. House of Representatives passed two bills to end the Trump Shutdown and reopen the government:
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Michigan Democratic Rep. Dan Kildee has been at the forefront of pushing the federal government to help Flint recover from its drinking water crisis.
TPM first reported on per and poly-fluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS – an umbrella class of chemicals found in military grade firefighting foam, but also in thousands of consumer goods – in May, when reporters and congressional staffers were kept out of an EPA summit on how local, tribal and state governments were dealing with the contaminant, which accumulates in ground water.
U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee played the lottery with a baggie of dirt from the old Detroit Tigers Stadium, and it paid off.
Not the real lottery, but Kildee entered the lottery for congressional office space on Friday and drew the No. 2 pick out of the 55 House members in his class.
Water is fundamental for most lifeforms, and Michigan's economy and inhabitants thrive on the fresh water that surrounds the state.
The fifth annual Great Lakes Science in Action Symposium gathered on Oct. 19 to discuss the current state of the Great Lakes and what the future holds for the lakes.
Years after the Flint water crisis drew national attention, another water pollution issue has emerged in House races in Michigan.
Federal agencies would be encouraged to work with state governments in cleaning up perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances under legislation introduced by a bipartisan group within the Michigan congressional delegation.
U.S. House Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint, has introduced a bill to stop the deportation of Francis Anwana, a deaf and disabled Detroit immigrant from Nigeria.
Rep. Dan Kildee is aiming high as he eyes a leadership spot in the Democratic Caucus next year.
FLINT, MI - A group of Democratic Congressional leaders are set to tour Flint to find out more about the effects of the water crisis and try to find out what is needed as the city moves forward in its recovery process.
It is completely unacceptable that an American city—Flint, Mich.—still does not trust the drinking water coming out of the tap.