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ENG: Joseph John “Joe” Heck (born October 30, 1961) is the U.S. Representative for Nevada’s 3rd congressional district and is a member of the Republican Party. He is an osteopathic physician and former Nevada State Senator. The district includes the cities of Henderson, Boulder City, parts of Las Vegas and North Las Vegas, unincorporated Clark County, and several smaller towns and cities in the Southern Nevada region. He resides in Henderson, Nevada. Early life, education, and military service Heck was born in Jamaica, New York in Queens and raised in Pennsylvania. In 1992, he moved to Clark County, Nevada. He graduated from Penn State University in 1984 with a degree in Health Education. He received his Doctor of Osteopathy in 1988 from the Philadelphia College ...
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Joe Heck: Social Security 'a pyramid scheme'

NevadafreshmanRep. Joe Heck earned groans from a group of his constituents when hecalled Social Security "a pyramid scheme." Heck was in the middle of describing theprogram's sustainability when he delivered the made-for-YouTube soundbite. "The full retirement age is 67 and the lifespan is 80, so when they first conceived Social Security, they didn't think they were going to be paying benefits for 13-15 years. That's one of the reasons why this pyramid scheme isn't working," he said in the clip above. ... Source: politico.com

Tea Party support for Joe Heck wanes

It was always a marriage of convenience. Republican Rep. Joe Heck campaigned, won, and has served Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District with the support of the Tea Party, even though he’s never pledged himself to the movement. He just generally agreed with its ideals. But the support that helped him narrowly win the seat is, at least partially, giving way. “I don’t trust him,” Art Gisi, vice president of a Tea Party group called the Grass Roots Tea Party of Nevada, said at a Las Vegas event to kick off Sharron Angle’s book tour last week. “I told him ...

Joe Heck chooses Nevada interests over party loyalty

Rep. Joe Heck broke ranks with Republicans today, voting against a bill that would have made cuts to renewable energy investment programs and provided funds to develop Yucca Mountain as a waste disposal site. Heck's notable vote came on a bill to appropriate funds for energy and water development for fiscal 2012. “The cuts contained in this legislation threaten Nevada’s chance to create jobs by becoming America’s leading renewable energy exporter,” Heck said, calling renewable energy research and development “critical to our nation’s energy ...

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Bill to Name Laughlin VA Clinic for Master Chief Jesse Dean Signed into Law
WASHINGTON - After passing the House and Senate unanimously, legislation introduced by Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) to name the Department of Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic in Laughlin, Nevada in honor of Master Chief Petty Officer Jesse Dean was signed into law by President Obama. Rep. Heck was instrumental in helping bring the VA clinic to Laughlin and attended the ribbon cutting ceremony in February of 2015. "I'm pleased the VA clinic in Laughlin will be named for a man who exemplifies the service and sacrifice of our nation's veterans," Rep. Joe Heck said. "It is fitting that after all of the hard work and dedication of Laughlin community members to make the clinic a reality it will be named for one of their own, Master Chief Jesse Dean. I look forward to my next visit to Laughlin later in October to visit the VA clinic and American Legion Post 60 to share this great news with the men and women who helped make it happen." Highlights of Master Chief Jesse Dean's service: *
Heck, Amodei, Hardy Introduce Bill to Spare Nevadans from Unfair Obamacare Tax
WASHINGTON -- In the wake of the news of large insurers leaving the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges, reducing coverage options, and increasing costs for individuals and families, Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03) along with Congressmen Mark Amodei (NV-02) and Cresent Hardy (NV-04) today introduced legislation to spare Nevadans from an unfair tax under that law. The Protection from Insurance Exchange Monopolies Act, would exempt all individuals who live in a county with one or no health insurers offering plans on the Obamacare exchanges from the individual mandate penalty. In Nevada, residents of 10 counties - Esmeralda, Mineral, Humboldt, Pershing, Churchill, Lincoln, White Pine, Eureka, Lander, and Elko - will have only one insurance carrier to choose from, denying them the options and affordability originally promised by the ACA. "The Affordable Care Act promised Nevadans more healthcare choices and lower costs but, as expected, we now know those promises were empty" Rep. Joe Heck s
Heck to Pentagon: Stop Recouping Enlistment Bonuses
LAS VEGAS - Amid reports that members of the California National Guard are being forced to repay enlistment bonuses given during the height of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Congressman Joe Heck (NV-03), Chairman of the House Armed Services Subcommittee on Military Personnel, will join with members of the National Guard and Reserve Component Caucus in sending a letter to Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter urging the Department of Defense to "immediately halt all ongoing efforts to recoup these bonuses." The letter also asks for a review of the processes and cases still ongoing and urges the Secretary to waive recoupment where the Service Member fulfilled their contract. "As a member of the U.S. Army Reserve and a commander, it is beyond absurd to me that the Pentagon is recouping enlistment bonuses paid more than 10 years ago," Rep. Joe Heck said. "These men and women reenlisted knowing they would be sent back to a war zone, and many of them returned home with wounds both visible
Bill would exempt some without health insurance from Obamacare tax penalty

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