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McHenry Eugenics Compensation Legislation Passes House
Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) applauded House passage of S. 1698, the Treatment of Certain Payments in Eugenics Compensation Act. S. 1698 is the Senate companion to H.R. 2949 which Congressman McHenry introduced in July of 2015. Click here or on the image above to see Congressman McHenry's floor speech from earlier today in support of S. 1698. "North Carolina's eugenics program is a sad part of the history of our great state," said Congressman McHenry. "While it is impossible to fully compensate those victimized at the hands of the state, this bill helps ensure these individuals are not again penalized. I'd like to thank my Senators, Thom Tillis and Richard Burr, and my House colleague G.K. Butterfield for working with me over the past 14 months to ensure this bill--which helps our constituents throughout North Carolina--becomes law."  S. 1698, which originally passed the Senate by unanimous consent on November 30, 2015, passed the House of Representatives tod

McHenry Introduces Financial Services Innovation Act of 2016
Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10), the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, introduced H.R. 6118, the Financial Services Innovation Act of 2016. The bill was introduced as part of the Innovation Initiative which McHenry jointly launched with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R, CA-23) earlier this year.  "For generations, America has been the world's leader in innovation, spanning a variety of fields from transportation to medicine to software," said McHenry. "One area we're falling behind, is the financial services industry. The bill I introduced today changes that." "The Financial Services Innovation Act represents a mindset shift in the way we address financial regulation," McHenry continues. "Rather than the command-and-control structure of the past, my bill establishes an evolved regulatory framework that encourages financial innovation, all while maintaining our regulators' commitment to the safety of consumers and our financial marke

Congressman Patrick McHenry Named Guardian of Small Business
Last week, Congressman Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) received the biennial Guardian of Small Business Award from The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading advocate for small businesses, in recognition of his outstanding support of America’s small business owners during the 114th Congress.   “Many elected officials claim that they are champions of small business, but our Guardian Award shows our members and other small business owners who is really fighting for them,” said NFIB President and CEO Juanita Duggan. “Based on his voting record, Rep. McHenry is one of the most reliable advocates for small business in Washington.”  "Small businesses are America's true job creators and remain vital economic engines in small and rural communities like those I represent in western North Carolina," said Congressman McHenry. "I always have their interests foremost when voting in Washington and I'm honored to receive this award fr

McHenry Eugenics Compensation Legislation Becomes Law
President Barack Obama signed S. 1698, the Treatment of Certain Payments in Eugenics Compensation Act into law. S. 1698 assists victims of state-sponsored eugenics programs by exempting all payments received from state eugenics compensation programs from being considered as income when determining eligibility for federal benefits. In July of 2015, Congressman McHenry introduced H.R. 2949 which is the identical, House companion legislation to S. 1698. "This is an important day for our fellow North Carolinians who were victimized by our state's eugenics program," said Congressman McHenry. "While we can never fully compensate for all their suffering, S. 1698 becoming law ensures they can now accept the compensation they deserve without fear of losing access to the social safety net. This law is the product of over fifteen months of bipartisan and bicameral work with my North Carolina colleagues and I'm proud to see it signed into law today." S. 1698, which was in

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