Mike Fitzpatrick

Mike Fitzpatrick

PENNSYLVANIA's 8th DISTRICT

Fitzpatrick Recognized with CHOP Award for Commitment to Pediatric Medicine

2014/12/12

NEW YORK CITY, NY – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) was recognized Friday night for his work in support of pediatric medicine and research by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) with its annual Children’s Champion Award.

“As a father of six, I’m grateful for the work being done each day at CHOP - notably the largest pediatric research hospital in the world.  We can agree the path to delivering exceptional care begins with innovative medical research,” said Fitzpatrick.  “Families in need should be provided with the most advanced care available --- and I’ve seen what CHOP can do.”

The Children’s Champion Award was established in 2007 by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to honor individuals or organizations that improve the lives of children through public health policy, education and advocacy.  The award recognizes the contributions of child advocates and celebrates the passion required to enhance the quality of life for children. 

“We are pleased to honor Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick with the Children’s Champion Award,” said Steven M. Altschuler, chief executive officer of The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  “Congressman Fitzpatrick’s advocacy in support of children has helped to ensure funding for scientific research of pediatric diseases such as cancer and autism, and provide CHIP healthcare coverage to low-income children.”

Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter also received the award this year. Previous awardees include former First Lady of Pennsylvania Michele Ridge, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, Congressman Charlie Dent, Philadelphia City Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, and PA State Troopers Corporal Donald Hughes and Corporal Paul Roy.

Fitzpatrick is a member of the Rare Disease Caucus as well as the Childhood Cancer Caucus and has been a leading advocate of medical research and innovation during his time in Congress. He supports robust funding for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Center for Disease Control to continue their innovative research and creation of new treatments.

“I will continue to advocate for medical research and innovation, access to quality pediatric care, and strong bipartisan support for our medical and research professionals – the best in the world,” added Fitzpatrick. “We share a common bond and a common goal: Doing what is best for the children, fighting for the opportunity to grow up healthy and happy, and supporting the gift of life.”

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Fitzpatrick Recognizes Levittown Man with Congressional Gold Medal

2014/12/10

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) welcomed Sal Castro, 89, of Levittown to the nation’s capital Wednesday where he was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for his service in the Civil Air Patrol during World War II.

“Founded just days before the U.S. was thrust into World War II with the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Civil Air Patrol saw thousands of ordinary Americans, from every walk of life, take to service in protection of, and service to, our nation,” said Fitzpatrick. “Sal Castro was one of those people, and more than 70 years later I am glad he and other members of that organization are receiving the recognition they deserve with being awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.”

Castro joined the Civil Air Patrol in high school in 1942 as a cadet. This week, he joined surviving founding members of the organization for a ceremony inside the U.S. Capitol as well as a reception with members of Congress, including Fitzpatrick.

Following his service as a Civil Air Patrol cadet, Castro went on to serve in the Army in the South Pacific. After the war, Castro attended Drexel University on the G.I. Bill and became a mechanical engineer, designing medical equipment.

The Congressional Gold Medal is the highest civilian honor awarded by Congress. Fitzpatrick was a co-sponsor of legislation in the House [H.R. 755], signed into law by the president this May, which called for the awarding of the Congressional Gold Medal to founding World War II members of the Civil Air Patrol.

During World War II, nearly 200,000 men, women and teenagers from all walks of life served in the Civil Air Patrol and protected the homeland and U.S. shipping interests against deadly German U-boat attacks, rescued downed aircraft, patrolled borders and waterways and carried out other vital wartime domestic missions. In all, 65 CAP members lost their lives in the line of duty by the end of the war.

“I salute CAP’s founding members for their legacy of service and sacrifice in protecting the homeland during World War II,” said Maj. Gen. Joe Vazquez, CAP’s national commander. “Now, some 73 years later, CAP’s rich history of service continues. Modern-day members, nearly 60,000 strong, still perform vital homeland security missions, search and rescue missions and provide emergency response for natural and manmade disasters.”

“Sal’s entire life has been about serving and protecting others – something his record clearly shows,” added Fitzpatrick. “The recognition of his service, and others, as original members of the Civil Air Patrol with a Congressional Gold Medal is the least we can do to thank them for their important, but unheralded, role in protecting our freedom.”

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

Civil Air Patrol, the official auxiliary of the U.S. Air Force, is a nonprofit organization with 59,000 members nationwide, operating a fleet of 550 aircraft. Its unpaid professionals also perform homeland security, disaster relief and drug interdiction missions at the request of federal, state and local agencies.

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Fitzpatrick, House Pass Bill to Address Veteran Suicide

2014/12/09

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) released the following statement Tuesday regarding the House passage of the Clay Hunt SAV Act [H.R. 5059]. Fitzpatrick, a member of the Military Mental Health Caucus, co-sponsored the legislation which aims to preventing veteran suicides.

As our nation continues to welcome home a new generation of veterans from the battlefield, it is vital that we address the challenges faced by these men and women. The effects of combat are not always left behind for our soldiers, and the transition into civilian life all too often is not an easy one.

Right now, our nation is struggling to combat the impact of PTSD on veterans, and statistics from the VA show that each day 22 American veterans take their own life. This epidemic must be dealt with – the lives of those who protected our freedoms are on the line.

Today, the House passed legislation named after Clay Hunt, a Marine veteran who took his life at the age of just 28.

The ‘Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act’ will take meaningful steps to ensure veterans like Clay have the resources and treatment they need when they return home. That means increasing access to, boosting accountability for and removing the stigma of potentially-life saving mental health care.

I stand in support of this legislation with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle, as well as veterans’ advocacy organizations across America.

Twenty-two lives lost a day is too many. One is too many. The Senate and president must act on the ‘Clay Hunt Suicide Prevention for American Veterans Act’ and put an end to the epidemic of veteran suicide.

To help reverse the trend of military suicide, Fitzpatrick has helped pass legislation which includes $45.3 million towards behavioral and psychological health programs, including $38.1 million specifically for the USSOCOM Behavioral Health and Warrior Care Management Program.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Fitzpatrick Statement on Legislation to Rename Philly VA

2014/12/08

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) took to the House floor Monday regarding the consideration of legislation (S. 229) introduced by Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) to rename the Philadelphia VA Medical Center after the city’s only Vietnam War Medal of Honor recipient, Crpl. Michael J. Crescenz:

Mr. Speaker, this afternoon, I am proud to join my colleagues in the House and Senate in sending legislation to the president’s desk to honor the service and sacrifice of one of our nation’s true heroes: Crpl. Michael J. Crescenz - Philadelphia’s only Medal of Honor recipient from the Vietnam-era.

Crpl. Crescenz received the Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest military award, for his actions on November 20, 1968 in Vietnam’s Hiep Duc Valley. As his citation states, Crpl. Crescenz gave his life when he ‘left the relative safety of his own position, seized a nearby machine gun and, with complete disregard for his safety, charged 100 meters up a slope toward the enemy’s bunkers which he effectively silenced . . . As a direct result of his heroic actions, his company was able to maneuver freely with minimal danger and to complete its mission, defeating the enemy.’

By moving in bipartisan fashion to rename the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center the ‘Crpl. Michael J. Crescenz Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center’ we immortalize the legacy of Crpl. Crescenz and remember his sacrifice in the defense of our freedom.

The Philadelphia-region has a long, proud tradition of selfless service to our nation dating back to the Revolution. Generations of military members have called this area home, and dozens fight today. We must continue to recognize those who gave their life at the altar of freedom.

The ‘Crpl. Michael J. Crescenz Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center’ reminds us their contributions should never be forgotten.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Fitzpatrick Statement on Passage of National Defense Authorization Act

2014/12/04

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) released the following statement Thursday regarding the House passage of the Carl Levin and Howard P. ‘Buck’ McKeon National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015 [H.R. 3979]:

The National Defense Authorization Act is considered one of the must-pass bills every year. Knowing that we must pass this bill, the House started its work early this year and passed the bill in May with an overwhelming bipartisan majority. We did our job with eight months to spare.

But the Senate, true to form, failed to consider either this bill or its own version on the floor. Now, once again, Congress is forced to act against a deadline – governance by crisis. Failure to pass this bill could jeopardize our troops and national security and now it's a race against the clock when it did not have to be this way.

Because we were forced to negotiate this bill at the last minute, and missing our deadline is not an option, we were left with a false choice: Stick to our guns with the House passed version---which protected our troops from any benefit cuts or go with the President and Senator Reid's plan which would have cut troop benefits even further. Had the Senate done their job and legislated, we would not be in this position. There are plenty of savings we could find within the DOD that don't require cutting benefits.

Furthermore, I have concerns that this bill includes authorization for funding the war against ISIS and for training "moderate" Syrian fighters.

Votes relating to the use of our military in conflict should be separate from a must-pass bill like the National Defense Authorization Act. Members of this Chamber should not be forced to decide whether to fund and support our troops and accept this war funding language, or vote against the whole bill, thereby jeopardizing our troops and other critical national security programs.

Congress has the power of the purse. We cannot hand over money to this President to wage war while simultaneously disclaiming our approval of his actions. We need to act with one clear voice by giving this an up or down vote. I have written a letter (attached) to the president explaining these concerns, clarifying that the authorization for funds in this legislation does not free him from the obligation to seek an authorization for the use of military force, and urging him to confirm when he plans on presenting that request to Congress.

While this legislation has flaws, it was important for the House to act. It is my hope that the harmful cuts can be replaced, and a more collaborative military strategy established.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

 

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Fitzpatrick, House Pass Bill to Empower Families of Disabled Children

2014/12/03

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) joined the House Wednesday in passing the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act (ABLE Act) [H.R. 647]- bipartisan legislation aimed at empowering families of children with disabilities.

“The ABLE Act would help ease the strain on those with physical and mental disabilities by allowing the creation of tax-free savings accounts,” explained Fitzpatrick, speaking on the House floor prior to the vote. “These savings accounts would work a lot like the popular 529 college savings plans. The accounts could be used to pay for life expenses such as education, housing, and transportation.

“In other words, this bill levels the playing field for those with disabilities who cannot make use of tax-free college savings plans by giving families an alternative tax-free account that they can use.”

The ABLE Act, of which Fitzpatrick is a co-sponsor, would allow families of children with disabilities, including autism, to set aside tax-exempt savings for unique expenses such as education, housing, transportation, or unforeseen expenses. Studies show, that families caring for a loved one with Autism pay up to six times more for medical costs than those families who don’t, as well as increased cost of care.

The ABLE Act would not remove other benefits that those with disabilities might be entitled to through Medicaid or insurance; rather, it would serve as a supplement, giving these families the flexibility to better plan and save.

“The ABLE Act does exactly what the acronym states: ‘Achieving a Better Life Experience’,” said Joe Landis, CEO of Peaceful Living in Harleysville, a non-profit organization that provides services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. “Being in the field for 40 years, the $2,000 limit on individuals’ savings accounts, under the current law, came from a ‘scarcity’ mindset and has been a headache since day one. It would cancel an individual’s Supplemental Security Income whenever they went over $2,000. In many cases, it was often used as a burial account and left touched until they passed away.  This current bi-partisan approach comes from an ‘abundance’ mindset, allowing people to save and prepare for a better future.  I’d like to thank Congressman Fitzpatrick and the rest of congress for supporting this bill.”

“Speaking with families and local organizations – including autism-advocacy groups– who live with the challenges of a disability each day, it’s easy to understand how this bill would be beneficial to their quality of life,” said Fitzpatrick. “This bill is really a slam dunk when it comes to enhancing families’ abilities to raise children with autism or other physical or mental disabilities.”

As a member of the Congressional Autism Caucus, Fitzpatrick has been a constant voice in support of efforts to empower families of those with disabilities, as well critical research efforts in the field.

“I’m excited the House took action to help empower those with disabilities, and capitalize on an opportunity for this Congress to show that we can work together to make a real difference in the lives of American families,” added Fitzpatrick. “I urge the Senate pass the ABLE Act so that the president can sign it into law before the end of the year.”

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Fitzpatrick Recognizes December as ‘Made in America Month’

2014/12/02

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) took to the House floor this week to recognize the start of ‘Made in America Month’ and once again urge support for his bipartisan Made in America Act [H.R. 2664]:

Mr. Speaker, my constituents in Pennsylvania know that American-made means American jobs. Whether it is the medical device manufacturer that employs hundreds or the family small shop down the road, the jobs and products created by American businesses in our communities are what drive our economy.

December is ‘Made in America Month’ and the perfect time for leaders in both parties to come together around commonsense policies that put American businesses and the American worker first.

The bipartisan ‘Made in America Act’ is just that kind of policy. This legislation would connect American consumers to American manufacturers by creating a definitive, standardized labeling for American-made goods.

By incentivizing businesses and manufacturers to meet certain ‘‘Made in America’’ benchmarks for domestic production and providing consumers with reliable and easy-to-understand information, the Made in America Act can meet two very valuable goals: increasing American purchases of American goods and reshoring American businesses and American jobs.

Making it in America is crucial to ensuring better jobs and more opportunities for our families across the Nation so, during this ‘Made in America Month’, let’s work together and let’s get it done.

Fitzpatrick’s push to support American businesses and strengthen American-made standards is a critical piece of his bipartisan ‘Better Jobs, More Opportunity’ plan. The Made in America Act has 10 cosponsors – five Republican, five Democrat – and has been referred to the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

 

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Fitzpatrick Thanksgiving Statement

2014/11/25

LANGHORNE, PA – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) released the following statement Wednesday in recognition of Thanksgiving 2014:

From the storied first Thanksgiving of the Pilgrims, to President Lincoln’s official recognition of the day as a federal holiday during our Civil War, Thanksgiving serves to remind us of the many blessings and freedom we enjoy in this great nation.

While each family may have special traditions, Thanksgiving unites us all in a celebration of gratitude for the strength of our relationships, the abundance of opportunities afforded us and the work we undertake. For some, there may be empty chairs at the table this year, but we are grateful for the men and women honorably and bravely serving our country in distant lands.  They remain in our thoughts and prayers. 

And so I join you in appreciation of the gifts we share, gifts that have led us to this annual celebration and together we can recommit ourselves to living our gratitude each day in service to our families, our communities and our country.

From my family to yours:  Happy Thanksgiving.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Fitzpatrick Statement on Obama Immigration Executive Order

2014/11/20

“I know some people want me to bypass Congress and change the [immigration] laws on my own… But that's not how -- that's not how our system works…That’s not how our democracy functions.  That's not how our Constitution is written.” President Barack Obama, July 25, 2011

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) released the following statement regarding the president’s immigration executive action:

I oppose across the board or blanket amnesty. Any immigration reform must begin with securing the border.  To that end, I joined the House in August in passing legislation to do just that.

The President should not be going it alone - he should bring Americans together to solve this problem instead of dividing Americans even further. The president’s unilateral and unconstitutional immigration executive orders dissolve trust in our elected government, and they hurt those playing by the rules and trying to earn their citizenship the right way.

Earlier this year, I visited the southern border and saw firsthand the legal and humanitarian crisis caused by an administration refusing to execute the laws of our immigration system. The president’s unlawful orders will drastically increase this problem.

As we learn the full scope of the president’s actions, I expect Congress to address this in a fashion that is reasoned and responsible.  People want a solution to our immigration challenges that is bipartisan, permanent and legal.

President Obama’s use of executive action to dramatically alter American immigration policy runs counter to Constitutional precedent – even among executive actions taken by previous presidents on the issue. During his campaign for the White House in 2008, and his first term in office, the president was adamant he could not, and should not, change immigration laws through executive order. His decision runs counter to that long held belief.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Fitzpatrick Statement on Senate Keystone XL Pipeline Vote

2014/11/19

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-8) released the following statement Tuesday regarding the Senate’s failure to pass legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline:

I am deeply disappointed at the Senate’s failure to pass bipartisan legislation beneficial to American energy, economic, and national security.

The Keystone XL Pipeline is a vital piece of an all-of-the-above energy strategy that creates better jobs and more opportunity for American families. Sadly, this project has been politicized by Washington party bosses more concerned about their own jobs than those hardworking people who would stand to benefit from this measure.

I am hopeful that come the new year, a new Congress will unite to pass this legislation and finally say ‘yes’ to an American energy strategy that transcends the politics and dogma of our current dysfunctional Senate.

Last week, the House passed its ninth legislative measure [H.R. 5682] to approve construction of the pipeline which is expected to create more than 42,000 direct and indirect jobs as well as reduce U.S. dependence on foreign oil by hundreds of thousands of barrels. In remarks during the bill’s debate, Fitzpatrick noted the political timing the Senate’s action on this long-delayed legislation:

Mr. Speaker, for years, I, and members of this body, have come to the floor in support of the Keystone pipeline project – asking the Senate and White House to put politics aside in favor of this critical project.

With bipartisan support, the House has passed eight separate pieces of legislation to clear the way for the approval of the most studied pipeline in American history. Yet, each time, these measures were blocked in the Senate and condemned by a president crippled by indecision on a project that would put tens-of-thousands of Americans to work.

Once again, I rise in support of the Keystone XL pipeline – joining my colleagues in both parties in backing H.R. 5682 which would immediately certify the Secretary of State’s Final Environmental Impact Statement from nearly a year ago, and truly put our nation on a course toward American energy independence.

Sadly, while the House has continued to take definitive, bipartisan action to advance this critical goal, it appears the Senate has waited only until politically advantageous to do so - even as it enjoys majority support in that chamber.

While I am pleased about the Senate’s new-found interest in the wide-ranging benefits of this common sense project which will grow our economy and strengthen our national security, it is a shame that it took election-year politics – not the best interests of the American workers and families they represent – for Senate leaders to act.

This pipeline is a vital piece of a plan that creates better jobs and more opportunity and I encourage the Senate - and president -to deliver on the promise of embracing an “all-of-the-above” energy strategy that works for the American people.

The Keystone XL Pipeline is supported by both labor and business organization ranging from the International Brotherhood of Operating Engineers to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. In describing his support for the project, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper recently noted, “It’s very clear that is in the economic job creation interests of both of our countries, in the energy security interests of North America and a critical step in environmental protection than the alternatives.”

 

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is serving his third term in the U.S. House of Representatives. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th district which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He serves as the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is a lifelong resident of Bucks County, where he has been an active member of his community for decades.  In the 113th Congress, Mike’s number one priority is job creation.  Mike recognizes that government does not create jobs, but fosters an environment in which the private sector can create permanent, family sustaining jobs.

Mike graduated from Bishop Egan High School in Fairless Hills and earned his bachelor’s degree while working his way through St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. Upon graduation, Mike was awarded the university’s highest service award.

Following graduation, Mike returned to Pennsylvania and in 1988, he graduated from Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law. While attending law school Mike was the Business Manager of the Dickinson Journal of International Law.  Mike is admitted to practice law in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

In 1995, Mike was appointed to the Bucks County Board of Commissioners where he served for ten years.  As a Bucks County Commissioner Mike was a champion of responsible county social service programs, job creation and efficient government administration.  He fought to preserve over 11,000 acres of beautiful farmland, parkland and critical natural areas. His record on open space earned him recognition from a variety of environmental organizations, including the Greenspace Alliance.

During his time as Commissioner, Mike led the fight to establish the county’s first Enterprise Zone, a project that eventually led to the creation of over 4,000 private sector jobs in Bucks County.

As a Member of the 109th Congress Mike demonstrated himself to be an independently- minded advocate for his constituents. He fought for stronger borders, lower taxes and smaller budget deficits. Locally he worked successfully to bring the National Veterans’ Cemetery to Bucks County.  Mike was also instrumental in flood mitigation efforts along the Neshaminy Creek watershed, which had been plagued by persistent flooding.

Mike returned to Congress in 2011 after practicing law in Bucks County focusing on representing small businesses and local governments.

Mike and his wife Kathy have been married twenty-four years and have six children – three girls (Katie, Maggie and Molly) and three boys (Jimmy, Mick and Tommy). An Eagle Scout, Mike has remained active in Scouting and is a past-President of the Bucks County Council of the Boy Scouts of America.


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