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In The News Nov 20, 2017

U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) on Friday just before Veterans Day introduced legislation that would make it easier for veteran-owned firms to work on federally funded transportation and infrastructure projects.

In The News Nov 20, 2017

A military spending bill that authorizes $7 million for a health study on U.S. citizens exposed to the toxic chemicals PFOS and PFOA, as well as tens of millions of dollars in cleanup funds, is headed for President Donald Trump’s desk for signing. Whether the measures actually will be funded remains an open question.

In The News Nov 20, 2017

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.

In The News Nov 13, 2017

Gaps in federal and state legislation allowed a Plumstead man serving probation to secretly online stalk a Bucks County teenager for three years. And legislation introduced last week by U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick aims to plug some of those holes.

In The News Nov 1, 2017

Today nearly 100 Americans will die from a drug overdose involving prescription drugs. Since 1999, deaths from prescription opioid overdose have more than quadrupled.

In The News Nov 1, 2017

Last week, President Donald Trump declared the nation’s opioid crisis a national health emergency. Though he has many critics, the president has been praised for focusing a national spotlight on the accelerating rates of death and despair brought about by addiction.

In The News Nov 1, 2017

Last week, President Donald Trump declared the nation’s opioid crisis a national health emergency. Though he has many critics, the president has been praised for focusing a national spotlight on the accelerating rates of death and despair brought about by addiction.

In The News Oct 31, 2017

Congressmen aim to win tens of millions of dollars for contamination cleanup, as well as a nationwide health study that could include residents from affected communities in Bucks and Montgomery counties.

In The News Oct 30, 2017

Several economic indicators show us that our economy is growing. Unemployment is down, the stock market up, consumer confidence is at its highest level in over a decade, and businesses are starting to invest in their future again.

In The News Oct 25, 2017

A bill authored by local Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick and Democratic Congresswoman Niki Tsongas passed the House of Representatives Tuesday.

The International Narcotics Trafficking Emergency Response by Detecting Incoming Contraband with Technology (INTERDICT) Act [H.R. 2142] was approved by a bipartisan 412-3 vote and will now move to the Senate.

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