While U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar (R-MI4) has done a fair job of sending his staffers around the district for office hours, his constituents are still waiting for him to meet with them face-to-face at a town hall-style event.
In a recent letter to the editor in the Midland Daily News, a Midland resident gives an overview of Trump’s mess of a first two weeks in office and ends with a call to Moolenaar to listen to his constituents:
And what is U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar going to do? So far he has been unable to stand in front of constituents in Midland in an open forum and explain what he believes and why, answering all questions from the audience. What is this great replacement for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that he so much wants to repeal? How are Republicans going to provide healthcare for all those that were able to get coverage through the ACA and expanded Medicaid in Michigan, supported by Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan legislature, but not by Moolenaar?
Moolenaar needs to repond to Eric Anders’ letter calling for a town hall meeting in Midland (like at the Midland library auditorium) to explain to constituents who will lose their healthcare with a repeal of ACA how they will have that same coverage under the unidentified Republican replacement healthcare plan. And, by the way, what does Moolenaar want to do with Medicare and Social Security?
Rep. Moolenaar, tell us specifically how you are going to make America, Michigan and Midland better.