Bill Requires Federal Appointees to Return Illegal Expenditures to Taxpayers
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08), Kyrsten Sinema (AZ-09), and Steve Stivers (OH-15) introduced a bipartisan bill to hold federal officials responsible when they spend taxpayer money illegally. The Cut the Perks Act [H.R.6295] would require political appointees to personally reimburse the government for illegal expenditures of public money.
Statement Follows Inspection of Tornillo Detention Center
Washington, DC –U.S.Representatives Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), Tom Suozzi (D-NY), Mike Coffman (R-CO), Stephanie Murphy (D-FL), and Kathleen Rice (D-NY) released a statement following their bipartisan inspection of the Tornillo Detention Center last weekend.
Congressmen Demand Transparency from Pruitt
Washington, DC – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) released a statement following the release of a draft assessment on the health effects resulting from exposure to PFOS and PFOA:
Bill Tackles Prescription Drug Abuse
Washington, DC – Bipartisan legislation introduced by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) to combat the opioid epidemic unanimously passed the House Tuesday afternoon. The REACH OUT Act will ensure that prescribers have the necessary tools for preventing prescription drug abuse.
Langhorne, PA – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) released a statement Monday regarding the current immigration policy:
Fitzpatrick’s Problem Solvers Caucus Endorses SITSA Act
WASHINGTON –Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) joined a bipartisan majority of the House Friday to pass legislation to provide swifter action to stop the unlawful importation and distribution of synthetic drugs, and give law enforcement effective tools to help keep our communities safe.
House to Consider Dozens of Bills to Combat Opioid Epidemic
Langhorne, PA – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) announced several new grant opportunities provided by the U.S. Justice Department focused on school safety. The grants are a result of the Fitzpatrick-backed STOP School Violence Act, which became law earlier this year.