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The U.S. Representative for Louisiana's 6th congressional district, serving since 2009.
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ENG: William "Bill" Cassidy (born September 28, 1957) is the U.S. Representative for Louisiana's 6th congressional district, serving since 2009. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education and career Cassidy graduated from Louisiana State University in 1983. He specializes in the treatment of diseases of the liver, both in private practice and at the Earl K. Long Medical Center (LSUMC). He is married to the former Laura Layden, herself a physician, and they have three children: Will, Meg, and Kate. Cassidy is one of four sons of the late James F. Cassidy, a native of Cincinnati, Ohio, and an insurance underwriter in Baton Rouge. His mother is Betty Cassidy of Baton Rouge, and his brothers are James F. Cassidy of Randolph, Massachusetts, and David Cassidy and Steve ...
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This is a jobs plan that works

During the past couple years, debate has raged over how our country can create jobs and grow out of the recession. Many of the jobs Washington, D.C. has subsidized in the “green energy” industry are in companies competing with lower-cost labor in China, Mexico and elsewhere. In some cases, the company getting the subsidy declared bankruptcy when the government money was exhausted or it moved manufacturing overseas. Jobs may have been created, but not in the United States. The frustrating thing about this situation is we in Louisiana know what creates jobs in the United States: ...

Cassidy, Fleming back end of rural air service subsidies

Reps. John Fleming, R-Minden, and Bill Cassidy, R-Baton Rouge, are strongly backing the efforts of Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., to eliminate a program that provides air service in small communities with per passenger subsidies of as much as $3,000. Some Senate Democrats objected to the provision in a House-passed FAA reauthorization bill, creating an impasse that left 4,000 FAA employees and 70,000 constructions workers out of work until a compromise was reached Friday. "With our fiscal problems, we just can't afford those kinds of subsidies," Fleming said. ... Source: nola.com

Cassidy Joins Patients, Caregivers and Providers to Discuss

Providers of home health care in Louisianaapplauded Representative Bill Cassidy (R-6th) for his support of home health care services, while underscoring the value of clinically excellent and cost efficient home care for Medicare beneficiaries throughout the state and across the nation. As policymakers in Washington, D.C. continue to debate the national budget and healthcare spending, members of the home health community urged all lawmakers to recognize the vital importance of preserving Medicare funding for skilled home health care services. Home health advocates and Louisiana-based home ...

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