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U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-8th dist.) has joined both the Bipartisan Heroin Task Force and the Congressional Addiction, Treatment and Recovery Caucus.
A former drug crime federal prosecutor and certified emergency medical technician, Fitzpatrick has made combatting drug and opioid abuse and addiction a priority in his first term.
Congress will take another swing at legislation designed to expand access to treatments for terminally ill patients.
Freshman Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick's modest Washington, D.C., office is not nearly as roomy as the one formerly used by his brother, retired three-term Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick.
Freshman Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, of Middletown, stated Friday he intends to introduce a bill to pay for a “comprehensive” health study for area residents affected by PFOA and PFOS drinking water contamination. The legislation would also aim to reimburse local water authorities for the purchase of clean water.
Seeking "to protect America's skies," Bucks County Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick has joined with three of his fellow lawmakers to sponsor the bipartisan Saracini Aviation Safety Act.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, will serve on two high-profile committees in the U.S. House of Representatives for the next two years. House Speaker Paul Ryan handed out assignments Wednesday, naming Fitzpatrick to the Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs committees.
An independent review of the FDA's approval of a medical device exposed critical gaps in the agency's infrastructure that require a legislative fix, according to Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, Middletown.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick appeared before a congressional subcommittee Thursday morning to request that Defense Department money be directed toward funding for a comprehensive health study of Bucks and Montgomery county residents affected by high levels of perfluorinated compounds, also known as PFOS and PFOA, found in drinking water.
Freshman Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, of Middletown, saw his first authored bill pass through the House of Representatives on Monday with a decisive 409-0 vote.