I put together a fact sheet that shows how cuts to the state budget could impact Oklahoma's federal Medicaid funding.
If you are having trouble with Medicare, Social Security, or need help navigating a federal agency, please call my district office in Muskogee or McAlester. Fill out a privacy release, so one of my team members can look into your case and see what can be done to help.
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WASHINGTON – In 2010, veterans who served in the U.S. Armed Forces after 2001 received an update to their education benefits. The update was signed into law under the Post 9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2010, also referred to as the Post-9/11 GI Bill.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) has introduced a bill that will give more veterans access to mental health care. An oversight in current law allows only mental health providers who have received a master’s degree in mental health counseling to serve in the U.S. Department of Affairs (VA) as licensed professional mental health counselors.
Planning for retirement can be confusing. Unless you really do your homework, it’s hard to know what investments to choose, how much money to put into savings, and how much you should put towards your 401(k) or pension plan each month.
This is why we have financial advisors. Families and small businesses rely on their local advisors for investment and retirement advice.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) on Thursday voted to get rid of an Obama-backed regulation that could make it harder for Oklahoma families to access retirement and investment advice. Mullin is a cosponsor of H.J.Res. 88, a resolution of disapproval that would block the Department of Labor’s (DOL) expensive and overly burdensome regulation on local investment advisors.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Markwayne Mullin (OK-02) is working to make sure American Indian and Alaska Native communities are included in federal efforts to fight opioid abuse across the country. On Wednesday, Mullin’s committee, the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, held a meeting to consider several bills focused on opioid abuse.