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The U.S. Representative for Indiana's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2010.
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ENG: Marlin Andrew Stutzman (born August 31, 1976) is a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives. He previously was a member of the Indiana Senate representing the 13th district, where he served from 2009 to 2010 and he was a member of the Indiana House of Representatives from 2002 to 2008 representing District 52. On June 12, 2010, Stutzman won the Republican nomination for the general election and special election to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Mark Souder, congressman for Indiana's 3rd congressional district. Stutzman defeated 14 other candidates on the second ballot by winning a simple majority (229) of the 400 votes cast by precinct committee members. Stutzman was a candidate in the 2010 U.S. Senate election, but was defeated in the ...
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Stutzman calls S&P rating 'obituary' for deficit spending

After ratings firm Standard & Poor’s declared that U.S. Treasury debt was no longer among the safest investments in the world and removed the triple-A rating that the U.S. has maintained for seventy years, Congressman Marlin Stutzman (IN-03) issued the following statement. “Standard and Poor’s announcement that they lowered the United States’ long-term credit rating to AA+ must be the obituary for reckless deficit spending. For years, Washington avoided the tough decisions of leadership and chose instead to saddle our children with trillions of dollars in debt. ...

Rep. Marlin Stutzman reacts to HHS ruling

Indiana Congressman Marlin Stutzman issued this statement today in reaction to an HHS ruling challenging Indiana’s right to remove public fuding from Indiana’s largest abortion business, Planned Parenthood:“I am incredibly disappointed to hear that the Administration has chosen not to approve Indiana’s Medicaid Plan. Last Friday, I worked with my pro-life Hoosier colleagues to send a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. In that letter, I firmly asserted my belief that Indiana is well within both the letter and spirit of Federal ...

Marlin Stutzman Addresses Planned Parenthood Spin

Congressman Marlin Stutzman (IN-03) led a bipartisan, congressional effort to defend Indiana’s Medicaid Plan, with ninety-nine members of Congress joining in sending a letter to Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) Administrator Donald Berwick. With a clear voice, the group formally protested the Obama Administration’s rejection of Indiana’s pro-life Medicaid plan and calls for a reversal of the decision. “We’ve called on HHS to face the facts,” said Congressman Stutzman. “Contrary to ...

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A path to a better budget
Last week the House Budget Committee approved a Fiscal Year 2017 budget resolution. As a member of the committee, I am proud of all the hard work done by my colleagues; however, when it came time to vote, I could not support the budget resolution as it was drafted. In a departure from the established caps set by the Budget Control Act, the House budget planned to spend an additional $30 billion for FY 2017. I warned this could be the case in October of last year when I sent a letter along with 43 of my colleagues to Speaker Boehner, requesting that as House Republicans, we maintain the fiscal discipline that was imposed by the Budget Control Act caps. In part, our letter read: In 2011, our new Republican majority confronted President Obama and then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid on the issue of spending. We made it clear that Republicans would not let them ignore the looming debt ceiling and that Washington's out-of-control spending had to be addressed … W
State, Community Leads Way in Technology, Innovation
In today’s golden age of technology, innovation is the match to the kindling of progress. Indiana is a state that works and understands the importance of reducing barriers to businesses. This is why another company has announced they are opening an Indiana location. Owl Manor Medical LLC, which has offices in Louisiana and California, will open a 1,300 square foot facility in Warsaw.   The community has grown into a juggernaut in the medical device industry and is revered as the Orthopedic Capital of the World. Known for its highly-skilled workforce, education partnerships, and hard-working Hoosiers, Warsaw is the ideal landing place for companies like Owl Manor Medical. The stifling economy, a result of the president’s debilitating policies, will soon be over and we will begin to see a bigger boom nationally. In Congress, we have fought for and successfully ensured the two-year delay on the stifling medical device excise tax. This tax was included in Obamacare m
IBJ: Tax, regulatory changes will bring firms back to U.S.
No matter how many layoffs or corporate relocations are announced, too many politicians have refused to risk their own jobs fighting for the big policy changes that could actually reverse the trend. Instead, they “go along to get along” and just try to sound optimistic long enough to get re-elected. I reject this type of short-sighted leadership. If we stand together and demand the real changes that are necessary, we can jump-start our economy. We can bring back lost jobs and foster innovation to create the jobs of the 21st century. The first step that will impact every American family and business is to overhaul our broken tax code. No economy can thrive under a system that discourages success, double-taxes earnings, and requires teams of professionals for compliance. By replacing our tax code with simple pro-growth reforms like the FairTax Act of 2015, which I have co-sponsored, and transitioning to a territorial tax system, we can stop companies from moving overseas.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau lacks oversight
Years into our so called economic "recovery," economists are beginning to whisper about the next recession. One of the main culprits behind the economy's weakness has been the slow creep of overregulation into every aspect of industry and daily life. Good government can help keep consumers safe from fraud and other scams, but when it comes to financial services, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) overregulation hurts the market, and thereby consumers, horribly. Let us first consider the current regulations themselves. Dodd-Frank was sold primarily as a way to protect consumers from the failure of banks considered "too big to fail," but these regulations actually only succeeded in driving up compliance costs for banks like Old National. The problem is especially acute for small and rural financial institutions. These regulations, many of which are enforced by the CFPB, require banks to standardize their products, even though small banks compete by tailoring custom prod

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