The Senate passed the Farm Bill conference report which represents the final version of the 2018 Farm Bill. Michigan's farmers and agricultural economy are strongly supported on every page of the bipartisan Farm Bill.
New report shows billions in government contracts go to foreign companies due to Buy American loopholes. Senator Stabenow's Buy American Agenda closes these loopholes and creates opportunities for Michigan workers.
Our veterans should not stand at the back of any line. Whether it's health care, education, a chance at a good job or military recognitions they earned, our nation must keep its promises to our heroes who have served.
Americans pay – by far – the highest prices in the world for prescription drugs. Join Senator Stabenow in the fight to bring down the cost of prescription drugs by sharing your story here.
Senator Stabenow is focused on how to better fill the demand for skilled workers in Michigan and provide professional and career training opportunities for students who don't choose a four-year college path.
Senator Stabenow was honored to have hero Jim McCloughan as her guest for the State of the Union. Stabenow passed legislation that made McCloughan eligible for Congressional Medal of Honor.
"One in five Michigan jobs are tied to water," said Senator Stabenow. "It is more important than ever to continue investing in the health of our Great Lakes and waterways."
Senator Stabenow has been visiting businesses across the state to focus on their invaluable role in growing Michigan's economy and middle class.
Agriculture is Michigan's second-largest industry and supports nearly one in four jobs. Senator Stabenow made sure the current Farm Bill had Michigan on every page.
Senator Stabenow announced her Make it in America Act at R.A. Miller Industries, Inc. Her bill will create more opportunities for American jobs by strengthening our current Buy American law and holding federal agencies a
"This is a very long, hard-fought victory," said Senator Stabenow. "The people of Flint have waited far too long throughout this terrible crisis for their water system to be fixed."