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Tax Reform

Op-Ed: More jobs, fairer taxes, bigger paychecks

When Washington politicians talk about the tax code, it’s easy to get bogged down in numbers. But tax reform isn’t about percentage points or pie charts — it’s about people.

It’s about farmers in Franconia who want their family farm to be successful and operational when their children are grown. It’s about moms in Middletown who are trying to make ends meet while saving for life’s special moments. And it’s about the small business owners in Sellersville who want to continue to serve their community and support their employees, but are restricted by red tape and compliance costs.

Fitzpatrick pushes bipartisanship for health care fix

The clock is ticking for action on the Affordable Care Act following last month's failure to repeal and replace President Obama's signature legislation.

While seated at a corner table at Garden of Eatin restaurant in Levittown on Wednesday afternoon, Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, R-8, of Middletown, said he recognized the sense of urgency on stabilizing the individual markets.

OP-ED: Growth, simplicity, service should be focus of tax reform

As one of just 10 Certified Public Accountants in Congress I can tell you a secret: very few people – let alone many politicians - understand our current tax code and, if they do, they’re making a lot of money off it.

Standing at 70,000 pages, the United States tax code is nothing short of a roadblock to economic growth – punishing Main Street businesses and working families while corporations and the wealthy pay accountants to navigate the convoluted system. Simply put, the system is broken and we’re stuck paying for it.

STATE OF THE NATION: Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick addresses civility, opioid addiction and tax reform before Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) delivered a ‘State of the Nation Address’ to members of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce on Friday highlighting his work during his first two months in office. The speech focused on the outlook of tax reform in the 115th Congress, efforts to combat the community’s opioid and heroin epidemic and a commitment to increasing civility locally and nationally.

The following are excerpts from his remarks to the Chamber: