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ENG: Charles J. "Chuck" Fleischmann (born October 11, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 3rd congressional district. The district is based in Chattanooga and includes a large swath of East Tennessee, including Oak Ridge. He is a member of the Republican Party. Early life, education, and law career Fleischmann is a lifelong resident of Ooltewah, an unincorporated suburban community east of Chattanooga. He received a B.A. in Political Science at the University of Illinois. He also received both Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude honors. He received his juris doctor at the University of Tennessee College of Law in Knoxville. He then moved to Chattanooga and in 1987 founded his own law firm, Fleischmann and Fleischmann. He is a former President at Chattanooga Bar ...
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Chuck Fleischmann hands out first Economic Excellence Award

Congressman Chuck Fleischmann handed out his first Economic Excellence Award today to Oak Ridge Office Supply."I was honored to give my first Economic Excellence Award to a deserving company like Oak Ridge Office Supply. For almost 15 years, they have grown their business, weathered tough times and brought jobs to Anderson County. With 17 employees now, they are a great example of what hard work and the American free enterprise system can do. I ran a business with my wife for 24 years and know how tough it is. I am glad to be able to spotlight this deserving business and the example they set," ...

Fleischmann Comments On President Obama's Budget

Congressman Chuck Fleischmann commented on President Obama’s Fiscal Year 2013 budget and said he would introduce his own legislation later this week to make a common-sense budget reform that will save hundreds of billions of dollars. “The President has once again introduced a budget that will produce a deficit of over $1 trillion – his fourth budget in a row to do so. It is filled with more stimulus spending and tax increases, and is a continuation of his policies that have already failed. This budget also means the President will fail to live up to his pledge to cut the ...

Chuck Fleischmann and Weston Wamp spar over PAC funds

Forty percent of U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann's total re-election contributions of more than $700,000 came from political action committees, a fact one of his primary opponents pounced upon Wednesday. "You have to question who Fleischmann's allegiances are with, based on him taking all this PAC money," said Weston Wamp, 24, the son of former congressman Zach Wamp. But Fleischmann's campaign called a $5,000 gift Weston Wamp received from leftover funds in his father's 2010 gubernatorial campaign a PAC donation itself -- the $4 million the elder Wamp raised included $62,510 from more than a ...

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RELEASE: Fleischmann Votes in Support of Historic Tax Reform
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Congressman Chuck Fleischmann (TN-03) issued the following statement upon the passage of H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, historic legislation to reform the American tax code: “Today the House of Representatives passed long overdue and sorely need tax reform legislation which will lead to families in Tennessee keeping more of their hard earned paychecks,” said Fleischmann. “For example, a typical middle-income family in Tennessee will receive up to a $1,951 increase in income. Second, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act establishes a new Family Credit that includes increasing the Child Tax Credit from $1,000 to $1,600. As a father of three, I know that raising a family can be expensive, and it is time we have a tax code that works with, not against, families. Tennessee is home to over 500,000 small businesses as well as international employers like Volkswagen, all of which will benefit from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Currently, our corporate tax rate is 35%, the
STATEMENT: Fleischmann on Release of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Washington, D.C. — Congressman Chuck Fleischmann (TN-03) released the following statement upon the release of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: “House Republicans have advocated for a fairer, simpler tax code, and today’s release of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act marks a major milestone in delivering on that promise. This plan greatly simplifies our tax code and will ensure hardworking Tennesseans keep more money in their pockets. Additionally, this plan finally addresses the burdensome taxes on our businesses that have stifled growth and led to more and more of our jobs being shipped overseas. This plan will dramatically decrease both the corporate and small business tax rates, allowing for more competition, economic growth, and job creation. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act presents a tax plan that works for, not against, American families and businesses.”    If you would like to read the plan and learn more about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, please click here. ###
A Veterans Day Message from Congressman Fleischmann
Living in the United States, we have many things to be proud of, but first and foremost are the freedoms we enjoy daily. The foundational liberties laid out in the Constitution and Bill of Rights are what makes our country so great. Today, we honor the men and women who donned our country’s uniform and risked their lives to defend those freedoms, to protect our communities, and safeguard the promise of a brighter tomorrow. Today I am especially proud to represent a state with such a rich history of respect for and service to our country. Beginning with the War of 1812, thousands of Tennessee soldiers volunteered to defend our country and fight for freedom. During the Mexican-American War, Tennesseans once again showed their dedication to our nation far surpassing then-Governor Aaron Brown’s request for 2,600 volunteers as 30,000 Tennesseans responded to the call of duty. Throughout history, such repeated actions earned Tennessee the slogan: ‘the Volunteer State’. To every Volu
OP-ED: This November, Reduce Your Lung Cancer Risk
By: Mrs. Brenda Fleischmann This November, Reduce Your Lung Cancer Risk In today’s society fewer Americans are smoking and lung cancer rates are declining, yet the disease remains the number one cause of cancer death. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and reminds us that we have more to do to prevent lung cancer. About 220,000 people are diagnosed with lung cancer in the U.S. each year, and more than 155,000 men and women are expected to die of the disease. In Tennessee alone, an estimated 5,830 will be diagnosed and 4,590 will die of lung cancer this year. The biggest way to reduce your risk of lung cancer is to never smoke. Smoking is responsible for about 80 percent of lung cancer cases in the U.S. Although smoking is the main risk factor for lung cancer, secondhand smoke, exposure to radon gas, or occupational exposure to certain toxic substances or radiation may also increase your risk. Lung cancer symptoms, including a persistent cough, constant chest pain, hoarsenes

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