Congressman Dan Kildee acquired the Donald Riegle Group Service Award from the Flint Jewish Federation on Monday for his dedication and dedication to serving mid-Michigan.
“I’m honored to obtain this award from the Flint Jewish Federation. Sen. Riegle was a devoted public servant who did a lot for our group,” Kildee stated. “I used to be born and raised in Flint, and serving this group in Congress has been the dignity of a lifetime. I’ll proceed working with anybody—Republicans, Democrats and Independents—to make mid-Michigan a greater place to reside, work and lift a household.”
Established in 1990, the Donald Riegle Group Service Award is awarded yearly to a few recipients from better Flint who’ve displayed distinctive dedication to the group. The award’s namesake, Sen. Don Riegle, served Michigan in Congress from 1967 to 1995. Previous recipients of the award embrace former Congressman Dale Kildee, State Rep. Vera Rison, State Rep. Jack Minore, Ruben Burks, Invoice White, Nat Burtley and Diane Lindholm.
In December, Kildee secured greater than $40 million for 15 group tasks and the Flint Registry. He additionally helped go laws to decrease prescription drug prices by permitting Medicare to barter drug costs and by capping the price of insulin at $35 a month for seniors. To create extra good-paying jobs in Michigan, Kildee supported bipartisan laws to make investments in America’s provide chain.