Congresswoman Haley Stevens released a 2020 End of Year Report summarizing her legislative work, outreach in Michigan, and a few highlights from her first year in Congress.
Congresswoman Stevens is committed to assisting Michiganders who are encountering difficulties navigating federal agencies, including issues related to: their Social Security or Veterans Affairs benefits, active duty status or military service records, Medicare, the Internal Revenue Service, U.S. passports, U.S. visas, and more. Click below to read stories from MI-11 constituents who have had their federal issues successfully resolved through Rep. Stevens' office!
Check out this interactive map to learn more about the events Congresswoman Stevens is holding all over Michigan's 11th District.
Meet Representative Haley Stevens
Congresswoman Haley Stevens represents the 11th District of Michigan
Washington, DC– Today, Rep. Haley Stevens (D-MI) and Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI), introduced bipartisan legislation that would create a new expansion grant pilot program for the Hollins Manufacturing Extension Partnership program and help MEP centers cut through bureaucratic red tape by allowing them to choose how best to use federal funds.
Livonia, Mi– Today, Rep. Haley Stevens (D-MI) announced that she secured nearly 18 million dollars of federal funding for ten community projects across Michigan’s 11th District. Information about each project can be found below:
Livonia, Mi– Today, Rep. Haley Stevens (D-MI) announced that she secured $260,000 in federal funding for the Oakland County Health Network to facilitate the hiring of two mental health specialists who will partner with the Auburn Hills Police, Birmingham Police, and Bloomfield Township Police Departments.