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Bucks Brian Fitzpatrick’s office Wednesday issued a multi-page review of the work and legislative accomplishments achieved in the first year of a two-year term. And it has been a busy freshman year in the 115th Congress.
Bipartisan legislation cosponsored by U.S. Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) that supports cybersecurity cooperation between the United States and the Ukraine on Dec. 14 unanimously passed the House Foreign Affairs Committee.
The bill, which has 25 cosponsors, awaits a vote by the full House of Representatives.
The internet and social media has done everything from giving a voice to the oppressed and inspiring democratic change in totalitarian states, to connecting old friends.
Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick, along with representatives from across the country, have introduced a piece of legislation aimed at prohibiting companies from claiming deductions related to sexual harassment or assault legal settlements.
Sexually harassing behavior in the business, entertainment and political worlds won’t change overnight, but a pair of bills co-sponsored by Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick would change how resulting lawsuits are settled.
There may be no institution more disliked and distrusted by the American people than the U.S. Congress. By its actions and inaction it has earned an awful popularity rating — which it re-enforces almost daily.
In the wake of media reporting on millions of dollars paid for more than 250 settlements to federal employees, Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick has called for an investigation into the matter.
A year ago, Republicans promised to “Drain the Swamp,” riding the slogan all the way to unified control of the government. They talked the talk, and some, such as freshman Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania and Trey Hollingsworth of Indiana, even walked the walk, introducing legislation to begin drying out the Capitol’s marshier corners.
While many will be home with their families on Thanksgiving, Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick plans to be in Puerto Rico to take in the island’s recovery first hand.
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.