Congressman John Dingell

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  • He served as an assistant to U.S. Congressman John Dingell, Jr., prior to his election to Congress.
  • He and the soon-to-retire Michigan Congressman John Dingell are the last two World War II veterans serving in Congress.
  • He is currently the second longest-serving incumbent member of the House, after fellow Michigan Democratic Congressman John Dingell and the second-longest incumbent member of the entire Congress by length of service, also after Dingell.
  • It was included in the bill largely thanks to the work of Michigan natives and United States senators Carl Levin and Debbie Stabenow, as well as history enthusiast and iconic Congressman John Dingell.
  • His service from November 4, 1941 to January 3, 1995 set a record for length of service in the House, which remained unbroken until February 11, 2009, when Michigan Congressman John Dingell surpassed it.
  • In August 2008, it was revealed that oil speculators had increased the volatility of the price of oil; Congressman John Dingell criticized the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for failing to scrutinize oil futures traders, in particular the Swiss company Vitol.