John D. Dingell proudly represents Michigan’s Twelfth Congressional District, which includes parts of Wayne and Washtenaw Counties.
John Dingell is the current Dean of the House of Representatives. His first fights were for civil rights, clean water, Medicare, and American workers' rights, and he continues to fight for protecting American jobs, improving the safety of our food and drug supply, strengthening consumer product safety, implementing pipeline safety measures and scores more.
An avid conservationist and outdoorsman, Dingell wrote the Endangered Species Act, the 1990 Clean Air Act, the Safe Drinking Water Act, and legislation to build North America's first international wildlife refuge. As a lifetime advocate for protecting public health, he authored the Affordable Care Act, the Patient's Bill of Rights, the Children's Health Insurance Program, the Mammography Quality Standards Act, the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, the Prescription Drug User Fee Act, and others. Dingell continues to be a champion of working across the Congressional aisle.
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Check out Dingell's Drive in Five Decades of Progress on Dipity.