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ENG: Michael G. "Mike" Fitzpatrick (born June 28, 1963) is the U.S. Representative for Pennsylvania's 8th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. He was reelected to Congress in 2010, and previously represented the district from 2005 to 2007, but lost to Patrick Murphy in 2006. Early life, education, and law career Fitzpatrick was born and raised in Bucks county. He graduated from Bishop Egan High School, now Conwell-Egan Catholic High School, in Fairless Hills. He moved to Florida to attend St. Thomas University with an academic scholarship where he earned his bachelor's degree in 1985 from the school's honors program. He then earned his law degree from the Dickinson School of Law at Penn State University. He was named business manager of the Dickinson ...
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Fitzpatrick Fights for Men’s Health

In November 2011, Congressman Fitzpatrick joined a bipartisan group of representatives in expressing his disapproval to Health & Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius over a recommendation made by the United States Preventive Task Force (USPTF) on October 7, 2011. The USPTF had recommended that healthy men should not receive a blood test to screen for prostate cancer. Had this recommendation been accepted, tens of thousands of men over 50 who rely on Medicare coverage would have been denied blood tests. “Today’s announcement is an important victory for men’s health ...

Mike Fitzpatrick delivers 'State of the Nation' address

Three days after President Barack Obama delivered his third State of the Union address, Bucks County Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick delivered the "State of the Nation" to the members and guests of Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce.Fitzpatrick reflected on Obama’s remarks about the nation’s economy, manufacturing industry, energy sustainability and tax reform during the Jan. 27 event.“The president did cover many areas of agreement and suggested many of the same policies that you have shared with me in our meetings and I have tried to promote on your behalf in Washington,” ...

Fitzpatrick Visits Infor. Techn. Company for Dedic. Ceremony

Rep. Michael Fitzpatrick, U.S. Congressman for Pennsylvania's 8th Congressional District, visited Bucks County based Alpha Systems, an information technology company, for a special dedication ceremony of the company's newly renovated and expanded data operations center for healthcare and litigation support. The event included a tour of Alpha's operations by Brett Griffith, President, where the Congressman was introduced to Alpha's employees and concluded with the dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony. "We are excited to have Congressman Fitzpatrick join us in celebrating the opening of our ...

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Fitzpatrick Issues Statement on ‘Right to Try’ Legislation
Washington, D.C. —Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-08) today issued a statement, blasting Senate Democrat Leader Harry Reid for blocking the Right to Try Act [S. 2912] yesterday. This bipartisan bill, sponsored by Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson, would allow terminally ill patients the right to try experimental and clinical-stage medical treatments when there are no available alternatives. It is beyond disappointing to see “Right to Try” obstructed in the Senate. This bill does not force manufactures to provide experimental drugs; instead, it gives people with terminal illness the right to request their use. My constituents living with these diseases, like Matt Bellina and Frank Mongiello, deserve their right to try potentially life-saving drugs or treatments. I urge my colleagues in the Senate to allow this legislation to pass. I refuse to accept Senate obstructionism on what is literally a matter of life and death for my constituents. This bill would be complementary to indivi
Fitzpatrick Urges House to Override Obama Veto
Washington, D.C. —Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-08) today urged the Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, to schedule a veto override vote as soon as possible on the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA). President Obama vetoed the bill, which ensures terrorist attack victims and their families can seek justice in a U.S. court of law against the nations that sponsor terrorism. On September 9, 2016, the House of Representative unanimously passed S. 2040, the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act. Similarly, it passed the Senate with unanimous consent. “We have heard the plea from 9/11 families for this important legislation. The President cannot simply slam the door shut on these families,” said Fitzpatrick. “I am urging the Speaker of the House to schedule a veto override as soon as possible  so those harmed by acts of terrorism are given the right to their day in course to hold accountable those who support atrocious acts of terrorism” Fitzpatrick sent a let
Congressman's Notebook 10.12.16
“When a man assumes a public trust, he should consider himself as public property,” stated Thomas Jefferson.  As a matter of fact, our Founders had much to say about government and public service in 1778, writing that the U.S. House of Representatives has a required dependence on its constituents and a two-year term will make that happen.  Paraphrasing Jefferson, if we want a “virtuous” government, that is, a government which effectively responds to the needs of its people—public offices should be burdens that bring intense labor and great private loss.   As Jefferson said then, I believe now that every office holder from the top down is a public servant.  They must be accessible and maintain a common interest with the people they represent, which, he said, is essential to our republic and ensures liberty for all.  Furthermore, the Founders argued that frequent elections, especially in the House, secure a dependence on and sympathy with the people.  As an advocate fo
Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act Becomes Law
Washington, D.C. —Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick (PA-08) today joined the House of Representatives in overriding a presidential veto, making the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) the law of the land. The bill ensures terrorist attack victims and their families can seek justice in a U.S. court of law against the nations that sponsor terrorism.  The House voted (margin) to pass JASTA, contrary to the objections of the President. Earlier today, the Senate voted 97-1 in favor of an override. “Today, Congress came together in near unanimous fashion to allow 9/11 families pursue justice. For more than 15 years, these families were denied a diplomatic or legal path to justice—that changed today,” said Fitzpatrick. “Those harmed by international terrorism may now pursue justice against foreign nations that sponsor terrorism. Last Friday evening, President Obama vetoed the bill, citing concerns about damaging relations with Saudi Arabia. Following the veto, Fitzpatric

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