Before a piece of legislation can be considered by the House of Representatives, it must first be sponsored by a Member of the House. Members of Congress who are not the primary sponsor of a bill may also express their strong support for the legislation by becoming a cosponsor.
Below you will find a list of the the bills I have introduced during the 114th Congress. More information about each of them can be found by clicking on the bill name. If you would like to view a complete list of bills I have cosponsored during the 114th Congress, please click here.
Legally prohibits IRS officers and employees from using personal email accounts to conduct official government business
Helps protect children from identity theft by allowing the Commissioner of the Social Security Administration to issue a new Social Security Number to children age 13 and under if their existing SSN is stolen or compromised due to inadvertent disclosure
The FAIRR Act Takes steps to preserve and strengthen the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for legal American workers by prohibiting claims of the EITC by illegal immigrants who receive Social Security Numbers under President Obama’s unilateral amnesty executive orders
Removes an onerous and costly U.S. Customs and Border Protection requirement to streamline U.S. trade practices and promote international commerce
Brings greater fairness and competitiveness to the U.S. tax code by establishing a phase-out and repeal of the wind energy Production Tax Credit (PTC)
Adds certain tax-related crimes to the statutory definition of aggravated identity theft to increase enforcement tools available to prosecute identity thieves and serve as a stronger deterrent to fraud
Seeks to provide small banks – specifically those classified under Subchapter S of the U.S. tax code – with greater freedom to attract capital investment so they can better serve the families and businesses of their communities
Promotes greater choice and competition in health care by making it easier for local and municipal governments to pool health coverage
Provides much-needed flexibility to banks, especially small institutions serving local communities, to allow them to meet new capital demands with the freedom to organize as limited liability companies (LLCs) for tax purposes.
Repeals Obamacare’s limit on the amount of subsidy overpayments that can be recovered while also taking steps to reform and strengthen the Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) payment system
Establishes a more credible framework for debt reduction by bringing greater accountability, transparency, and discipline to the debt limit process
Ends an unfair marriage penalty in the student loan interest tax deduction to provide stronger incentives toward higher education, marriage, and financial independence
Removes a burdensome and unnecessary Obamacare requirement in order to protect seniors’ access to prescription medications
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