Joe Heck

Joe Heck

NEVADA's 3rd DISTRICT

Heck's Vulnerable Veterans Housing Reform Bill Signed Into Law

2016/08/01

WASHINGTON -- Legislation introduced by Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) called the Vulnerable Veterans Housing Reform Act (H.R. 1816) was signed into law Friday as part of H.R. 3700, the Housing Opportunity Through Modernization Act. The House passed the bill by a vote of 427-0 in February and the Senate approved the measure on July 15. 

Rep. Heck's bill, which also passed the House as a stand-alone measure in May of 2015, and during both the 112th and 113th Congresses, ends the flawed Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) policy of counting the aid and attendance benefit for low-income, disabled veterans as regular income. By counting the aid and attendance benefit intended for medical care as income, HUD is unfairly and incorrectly inflating that veteran’s income amount. That inflation then results in HUD reducing the housing assistance available to low-income, disabled veterans.

"With this bill being signed into law, our most vulnerable veterans can breathe a sigh of relief," Rep. Joe Heck said. "Finally ending this flawed HUD policy will ensure low-income, disabled veterans get the medical care and assistance they need without having to fear losing their home or apartment. We still have work to do to eradicate veterans homelessness, but this bill is a big step in the right direction." 

This issue was first brought to Congressman Heck's attention during a 2011 meeting of his Veterans Advisory Panel. The panel brings local veterans together to discuss the issues facing southern Nevada's veteran community.

In addition to the veterans housing measure, Rep. Heck is also working to advance legislation aimed at speeding access to care within the VA and providing job opportunities for veterans. The bill, H.R. 3974, The Grow Our Own Directive: Physician Assistant Employment and Education Act of 2015, establishes a five-year pilot program within the VA to provide educational assistance to former medics and corpsmen for education and training as physician assistants in the VA. Those who serve in the pilot program would then have a period of obligated service at the Veterans Health Administration, allowing them to give back to fellow veterans.

H.R. 3974 was approved by the House Committee on Veterans Affairs in May and could be brought to the floor for a vote when the House returns to session in September. 

 

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Heck Backs House Actions Against Iran

2016/07/14

WASHINGTON - As the world marks one year since the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action between Iran and Western nations, led by the United States, was signed, Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today backed a series of House actions against the Islamic Republic of Iran.

H.R. 5119, the No 2H2O from Iran Act, which prohibits federal funds from being used to purchase heavy water from Iran, or to issue licenses to purchase heavy water, and H.R. 5631, the Iran Accountability Act, which expands and strengthens existing sanctions against Iran related to its ballistic-missile program, support for international terrorism, and its ongoing record of human rights abuses against its own population, were passed by the House amid reports from German intelligence sources that  Iran "continues to conduct illegal proliferation-sensitive procurement activities at a quantitatively high level."

"The Iran deal is as bad for our national security and regional stability today as it was a year ago when it was signed," Rep. Joe Heck said. "Since the deal was signed, Iran has renewed its vows to destroy Israel, launched ballistic missiles in violation of United Nations weapons bans, captured and held U.S. sailors, and, according to reports, is still aggressively pursuing its nuclear weapons program. The fact is, we got a terrible deal with an untrustworthy partner. The actions taken by the House will deny Iran another revenue stream through the sale of heavy water and expand sanctions against its missile program and its international terrorist arm, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.-Quds Force."

In addition to supporting the House-passed bills, Rep. Heck also cosponsored H.R. 5727, the Preventing Iranian Destabilization in Iraq Act, legislation that seeks to counter the active role of Iran, its Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Quds Force (IRGC-Quds), and its proxy militias that seek to destabilize Iraq by imposing economic sanctions on Iran and its affiliate terrorist organizations.

In July of 2015, after the nuclear deal with Iran was announced, Rep. Heck spoke out against the deal, noting that the U.S. and its partners in the negotiations, "caved on anytime-anywhere nuclear site inspections, even giving Iran a say in which sites get inspected, and that the deal lifts the conventional arms embargo on Iran."

Several months later, after the deal garnered enough support from Senate Democrats to sustain a veto threat of the House-passed resolution of Congressional disapproval, Rep. Heck stated, "The whole deal depends on Iran, a country that has never shown any interest in adhering to international norms and obligations, suddenly cooperating with the terms of this nuclear weapons agreement. In addition, I am not convinced that this Administration is willing to take decisive action in the event that Iran does not comply with one of the many requirements of this deal."

These statements were released in the midst of the Obama Administration actively misleading the media and American people on the terms of the Iran deal.

Via the Washington Post: One of President Obama’s top national security advisers led journalists to believe a misleading timeline of U.S. negotiations with Iran over a nuclear agreement and relied on inexperienced reporters to create an “echo chamber” that helped sway public opinion to seal the deal, according to a lengthy magazine profile. Ben Rhodes, the deputy national security adviser for strategic communications, told the New York Times magazine that he helped promote a “narrative” that the administration started negotiations with Iran after the supposedly moderate Hassan Rouhani was elected president in 2013. In fact, the administration’s negotiations actually began earlier, with the country’s powerful Islamic faction, and the framework for an agreement was hammered out before Rouhani’s election.

More reading on our "partner" in the nuclear deal from Reuters:

After nuclear deal, Iran sticks to wary tactics in key Gulf waterway  ABOARD THE USS NEW ORLEANS Iran's elite Revolutionary Guard Corps on Monday dispatched five military vessels to monitor a U.S. warship hosting one of America's top generals on a day trip through the Strait of Hormuz, coming as close as 500 yards (meters).

Iran missile tests 'not consistent' with nuclear deal spirit: U.N. report  UNITED NATIONS Iran's ballistic missile launches "are not consistent with the constructive spirit" of a nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, but it is up to the United Nations Security Council to decide if they violated a resolution, U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon said in a confidential report seen by Reuters on Thursday.

Iran's Khamenei says U.S., 'evil' Britain can't be trusted: state TV  ANKARA Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Friday Tehran had no intention of cooperating on regional issues with its main enemies, the United States and "evil" Britain.

 

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Heck Applauds House Passage of Department Interior Funding Bill

2016/07/14

WASHINGTON - As the House continues to work through the Appropriations process, Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today applauded House passage of H.R. 5538, the Department of the Interior and Environment Appropriations Act of 2017.

The bill contains $32.1 billion in total funding, including $480 million to fully fund “Payments in Lieu of Taxes” (PILT) – which provides funds to local communities with federal land to help offset losses in property taxes – and $3.9 billion for the Department of the Interior and U.S. Forest Service to prevent and combat wildfires. In addition, the bill contains language to block federal regulations like the Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule and the implementation of the BLM’s recently-released Federal Resource Management Plans. These plans ignore state efforts to improve sage grouse populations and place overly restrictive and unnecessary limits on land uses that will kill jobs and ruin the livelihoods of many Nevadans.

"This bill supports and protects our Western way of life," Rep. Heck said. "This bill ensures Nevadans, not bureaucrats 2,500 miles away in Washington, have a say over the use of our lands while still encouraging the proper stewardship of protected areas. By funding programs to promote the responsible use of resources, maintain PILT payments to local communities, prevent and combat wildfires, and block harmful, costly federal regulations, we can ensure Nevada's ranchers, miners, farmers, and their families continue to enjoy the way of life we cherish in the West." 

In Congress, Rep. Heck has championed more local control over Nevada's federal lands and supports the continued access to those lands for fishing, sport hunting, and recreational activities.

Heck is a cosponsor of:

H.R.1484, to Honor the Nevada Enabling Act of 1864 Act, which directs the Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of the Interior to convey, in phases and without consideration, to the state of Nevada all interest of the United States in federal lands owned, managed, or controlled by the federal government through the USDA or Interior for the purpose of permitting the state to use them to support select beneficiaries.

H.R. 488, the Nevada Land Sovereignty Act of 2015, which prevents the threat of executive action designating or expanding national monuments in Nevada without Congressional approval or local support.

H.R. 528, the Recreational Fishing and Hunting Heritage and Opportunities Act, which requires federal public land management officials to facilitate the use of, and access to, federal public lands for fishing, sport hunting, and recreational shooting.

Congressman Heck also passed legislation through the House to allow Good Samaritan search and rescue organizations to access public lands to conduct searches for missing persons.

(photo credit: BLM)

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

 

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Changes To FASFA Process Equal Planning Opportunities For Parents

2016/07/13


Heck’s two education bills advance to US Senate

2016/07/12


Heck bill attached as amendment would further boost state education funding

2016/07/11


Heck's Education Bills Pass House

2016/07/11

WASHINGTON -- Two education bills introduced by Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today passed the House of Representatives on unanimous bipartisan voice votes.

The first aims to make the federal financial aid process simpler and easier for students and families, while the second will increase access to medical school for students at Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs). The bills are the 5th and 6th introduced by Rep. Heck to pass the House this Congress.

"These bills will provide more Nevadans the opportunity to pursue higher education," Rep. Heck said. "As the first in my family to attend college, I know firsthand that more education creates more opportunity for students to find employment and success in the future. I'm pleased the House showed such strong support for both bills and urge the Senate to advance this legislation as quickly as possible."

Both bills were generated from input Congressman Heck received from Nevadans at events held in southern Nevada during District Work Periods.

Rep. Heck spoke about the importance of both measures on the House floor. Videos of his remarks, along with more specific information on the bills, are below.

Making the Federal Financial Aid Process Easier for Students, Families

"The Simplifying the Application for Student Aid Act will streamline and improve the application process through a number of commonsense measures, all of which will help students and parents access the financial aid information they need in a timely manner to better understand their higher education payment options."

The Simplifying the Application for Student Aid Act (H.R. 5528), led by Reps. Joe Heck and Jared Polis (D-CO), will reform the federal student aid process to help students make timely financial decisions about their education and better prepare for college costs. Among other measures, the bill will ensure students are able to use income data from two years prior when applying for aid and receive accurate aid information as soon as possible. The U.S. Department of Education already has the legal authority to implement this provision and finally acted on that authority last September. Congressman Heck originally introduced the Simplifying the Application for Student Aid Act as H.R. 3177 on July 23, 2015 after hosting a higher education reform roundtable where local education leaders in Nevada suggested that this provision would help improve the financial aid process for Nevada students. H.R. 5528 will ensure these necessary reforms remain in place.

In addition, the bill will make filling out the FASFA form easier than ever. It will directly link the online FAFSA form to a family's income data available through the Internal Revenue Service. That way, many of the more than 100 FAFSA questions will be automatically filled in, not only increasing speed and ease but also accuracy. H.R. 5528 will also require the U.S. Department of Education to develop an app that will allow students and parents to fill out the FAFSA on their smartphone, improving the ease of access to the form for students.

Finally, this bill will allow more time for student aid administrators and institutions to verify reported income data, thus strengthening the overall integrity of the application process and ensuring that your tax payer dollars are going to those who truly need the aid.

Increasing Access to Medical School, Medical Professions for Students at Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)

"The Accessing Higher Education Opportunities Act will help us address a growing doctor shortage and close the diversity gap among physicians by helping students at HSIs achieve the dream of higher education."

The Accessing Higher Education Opportunities Act (H.R. 5529), led by Rep. Heck and Congressmen Ruben Hinojosa, past Chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, (D-TX) and Raul Ruiz, a fellow physician, (D-CA) will help students at Hispanic-Serving Institutions pursue a career as a physician, dentist, or other health care professional and enhance existing support for Hispanic students pursuing their education.

The legislation creates two new allowable uses for existing federal HSI grant funds. It allows HSIs to partner with local school districts to start or enhance dual enrollment opportunities and early college high school programs, which will help students gain acceptance to college and earn college credits earlier in their academic career. In addition, it allows HSIs to develop support programs designed to facilitate successful student advancement from 4-year institutions or community colleges to a medical school or other doctoral degree programs in the health care field. H.R. 5529 is the result of bipartisan work in the House and local input and roundtables held by Congressman Heck in Nevada to build on and improve H.R. 2927, which was originally introduced by Congressman Heck and Congressman Ruiz on June 25, 2015.

The Heck-Hinojosa-Ruiz bill is supported by the National Hispanic Medical Association, the National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives, the Latino STEM Association, and the College of Southern Nevada, Nevada's only Hispanic Serving Institution.

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Heck CTE Bill Added as Amendment to Committee-Passed CTE Reauthorization Bill

2016/07/07

WASHINGTON - As part of his continued efforts to strengthen the education system for Nevadans, Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today added an amendment to H.R. 5587, the Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act, which passed the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

Rep. Heck's amendment was the text of his own bill, H.R. 5152, the Career and Technical Education Equity Act, legislation that will ensure Nevada continues to receive its share of federal career and technical education (CTE) funding. According to a report by the Congressional Research Service, it is estimated that the Heck legislation will increase Nevada’s share of federal CTE funding by 11.5% within three years of enactment.

Rep. Heck spoke about the importance of his amendment to CTE programs in Nevada during the Committee mark-up of H.R. 5587. You can see his remarks by clicking below.

"This amendment undoes the imbalance in funding created by the 1998 hold harmless provision contained in current law in a responsible manner and ensures that all students receive their fair share of federal CTE funding."

Rep. Heck added, "Students who pursue CTE perform well in school because they have a vision of what they want to do in the future. Whether that vision is to work in information technology, agriculture, or public safety, Nevada's CTE programs provide our students with a strong educational and vocational foundation to take into the professional world. We must ensure that Nevada continues to receive its share of federal funding for career and technical education so the programs in which our students are engaged can continue to provide the skills and training they need to be successful in the future."

Rep. Heck announced introduction of his Career and Technical Education Equity Act during a visit to Veterans Tribute Career and Technical Academy, a school that relies on CTE funds to offer students educational opportunities in the following majors: Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services, Crime Scene Investigation, Criminal Justice, and 911 Dispatch.

 

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Rep. Joe Heck Statement on Results of FBI's Investigation of Secretary Clinton's Email Practices

2016/07/05

WASHINGTON -- Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today released the following statement regarding the results of the FBI's investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's email practices.

"While the FBI decided not to recommend criminal charges against Secretary Clinton, it is clear that her operating a private email server and conducting official State Department business through it, particularly in transmitting emails containing classified information, shows a blatant and intentional disregard for the law. As a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, I have seen first-hand what our adversaries will do to obtain information that might be used against us. The idea that Secretary of State Clinton, now a candidate for the highest office in the land, would carelessly and wantonly put that type of sensitive information on a private server for her own convenience raises serious questions about her judgement in the area of national security.

"Today's FBI decision sends the signal there is one set of rules for Hillary Clinton and another set for everyone else."

 

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Heck Applauds Bipartisan Committee Passage of His Higher Education Bills

2016/06/22

WASHINGTON -- As part of his ongoing efforts to to make higher education more accessible and affordable, Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) today applauded House Committee on Education and the Workforce passage of two higher education bills he introduced.  Both bills were generated after local Nevada constituent meetings. 

The bills, which passed the Committee with unanimous bipartisan support, are now cleared for consideration by the full House.

"As the first in my family to attend college, I know how important post-secondary education is to increasing opportunities for future success," Rep. Heck said. "These bills will both increase opportunities to post-graduate healthcare professional education for Hispanic students and simplify the financial aid process so families and students have the information they need to make informed college decisions. Now that they've passed Committee with strong bipartisan support, I urge House leaders to bring these bills to the floor for a vote." 

 

Increasing Access to Medical School, Medical Professions for Students at Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs)

The Accessing Higher Education Opportunities Act (H.R. 5529), led by Rep. Heck and Congressmen Ruben Hinojosa, past Chairman of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, (D-TX) and Raul Ruiz, a fellow physician, (D-CA) will help students at Hispanic-Serving Institutions pursue a career as a physician, dentist, or other health care professional and enhance existing support for Hispanic students pursuing their education.

The legislation creates two new allowable uses for existing federal HSI grant funds. It allows HSIs to partner with local school districts to start or enhance dual enrollment opportunities and early college high school programs, which will help Hispanic students gain acceptance to college and earn college credits earlier in their academic career. In addition, it allows HSIs to develop support programs designed to facilitate successful student advancement from 4-year institutions or community colleges to a medical school or other doctoral degree programs in the health care field. H.R. 5529 is the result of bipartisan work in the House and local input and roundtables held by Congressman Heck in Nevada to build on and improve H.R. 2927, which was originally introduced by Congressman Heck and Congressman Ruiz on June 25, 2015.

"Nevada needs more physicians, particularly to serve our state's growing Hispanic population," Rep. Heck said. "By leveraging grant dollars to help increase access to medical school opportunities for students at our HSIs, we will not only increase our medical workforce overall, but it will also help improve Hispanic representation in medical careers. That will lead to healthier, more prosperous communities."  

The Heck-Hinojosa-Ruiz bill is supported by the National Hispanic Medical Association, the National Forum for Latino Healthcare Executives, the Latino STEM Association, and the College of Southern Nevada, Nevada's only Hispanic Serving Institution.

 

Making the Federal Financial Aid Process Easier for Students, Families

The Simplifying the Application for Student Aid Act (H.R. 5528), led by Reps. Joe Heck and Jared Polis (D-CO), will reform the federal student aid process to help students make timely financial decisions about their education and better prepare for college costs. Among other measures, the bill will ensure students are able to use income data from two years prior when applying for aid and receive accurate aid information as soon as possible. The U.S. Department of Education already has the legal authority to implement this provision and finally acted on that authority last September. Congressman Heck originally introduced the Simplifying the Application for Student Aid Act as H.R. 3177 on July 23, 2015 after hosting a higher education reform roundtable where local education leaders in Nevada suggested that this provision would help improve the financial aid process for Nevada students. H.R. 5528 will ensure these necessary reforms remain in place.

In addition, the bill will make filling out the FASFA form easier than ever. It will directly link the online FAFSA form to a family's income data available through the Internal Revenue Service. That way, many of the more than 100 FAFSA questions will be automatically filled in, not only increasing speed and ease but also accuracy. H.R. 5528 will also require the U.S. Department of Education to develop an app that will allow students and parents to fill out the FAFSA on their smartphone, improving the ease of access to the form for students.

Finally, this bill will allow more time for student aid administrators and institutions to verify reported income data, thus strengthening the overall integrity of the application process and ensuring that your tax payer dollars are going to those who truly need the aid.

"As the father of a current college student, I know just how difficult the student financial aid process can be," Rep. Heck said. "This bill makes the aid process simpler and easier to understand so that students and their families have the information they need to make an informed decision when choosing a college."

 

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Congressman Joe Heck represents Nevada's Third Congressional District in the House of Representatives. He serves on the House Armed Services Committee, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, and the House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

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Heck: this bill is about helping students realize what they can achieve through higher education

2016-07-11 21:44:08


Heck: this bill will simplify federal financial aid process for students, families

2016-07-11 21:43:29


Rep. Heck: My amendment ensures Nevada receives its share of CTE dollars

2016-07-07 15:39:50


Increasing Access to Medical School for Students at Hispanic-Serving Institutions

2016-06-22 17:08:11


Making the Federal Financial Aid Process Easier for Students, Families

2016-06-22 17:08:24


Rep. Joe Heck Visits Veterans Village Las Vegas

2016-06-01 14:11:21


Rep. Joe Heck: I'm fighting to boost CTE funding for Nevada

2016-05-25 13:07:19


Rep. Heck Urges House to Name Laughlin VA Clinic for Master Chief Jesse Dean

2016-05-25 12:48:34


We owe them a solemn obligation

2016-05-31 12:47:43


Rep. Heck's VA medical marijuana amendment passes

2016-05-23 12:26:28


Rep. Joe Heck: I urge my colleagues to support our troops

2016-05-17 20:41:56


Rep. Heck Visits Veterans Tribute Career and Technical Academy

2016-05-04 13:31:40


Heck: this bill addresses urgent need to protect our most vulnerable

2016-04-28 20:39:06


Rep. Joe Heck Begins Consideration of Military Personnel Provisions in NDAA

2016-04-27 21:10:48


Rep. Joe Heck Opens Military Personnel Subcommittee NDAA Mark Up

2016-04-20 15:53:32


Rep. Joe Heck Serves Up "Eggs for Education" in Henderson

2016-04-11 20:40:09


Rep. Joe Heck Asks about Common Core and Data Collection

2016-03-22 18:18:30


Heck's Good Samaritan Bill Passes House as Amendment to Sportsmen's Bill

2016-02-29 14:38:53


Nevada's education priorities are my focus in Congress

2016-02-24 17:55:27


Heck pushing for EMS to continue to use life-saving medications in the field

2016-02-17 15:23:00


Contact Information

132 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-3252
Fax 202-225-2185
heck.house.gov

On November 2, 2010, Joe Heck was elected to the United States Congress as Nevada’s Representative for the Third Congressional District. Heck is only the third person to hold this seat since its creation. He serves on the Education and Workforce Committee, and the Armed Services Committee where he is Chairman of the Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee. He was also the only freshman appointed to serve on the House Permanent Committee on Intelligence, and chairs the Subcommittee on Technical and Tactical Intelligence.

Dr. Heck has more than 25 years in public service as a physician, Army Reservist, and community volunteer. Previously, Heck served as a volunteer firefighter and ambulance attendant, Search & Rescue team member, and SWAT physician. A Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves, he was called to active duty three times, including a deployment to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

As a small business owner, he served as the President and Medical Director of Specialized Medical Operations, Inc., a corporation dedicated to providing quality medical training, consulting, and operational support to Law Enforcement, EMS and Military Special Operations. Dr. Heck has lectured and published widely on special operations medical support, the medical response to acts of terrorism, and emergency preparedness and response.

Dr. Heck represented Nevada State Senate District 5 from 2004 through 2008, serving on the Natural Resources, Human Resources and Education, and the Commerce and Labor Committees, and as Vice-Chair of the Transportation and Homeland Security Committee.

Born in New York and raised in Pennsylvania, Joe moved to Southern Nevada in 1992. A 1984 graduate of The Pennsylvania State University with a degree in Health Education, he received his medical degree from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1988, and completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in 1992. In July 2006 he graduated from the U.S. Army War College, earning a Masters of Strategic Studies.

Joe is a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 13456, American Legion Paradise Post 149, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 36 and Catholic War Veterans Post 1947. He enjoys reading and playing/coaching lacrosse.

Joe and his wife Lisa, a registered nurse, have three children: Monica, Chelsea, and Joseph III.


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NEVADA's 2nd DISTRICT

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