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McHenry Votes to End Operation Choke Point
Congressman Patrick McHenry applauded House passage of H.R. 766, the Financial Institution Customer Protection Act of 2015 which ends Operation Choke Point. While serving as the Chairman of the House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations in 2014, Congressman McHenry led efforts to bring Obama Administration officials before Congress to answer as to why legal businesses were being targeted.  “Operation Choke Point was a thinly-veiled effort by the Obama Administration to target legal businesses—such as retailers of firearms and ammunition—with which they philosophically disagree. Yesterday, the House voted to bring this illegal program to an end," said Congressman McHenry. “Having chaired the first Congressional hearing that examined Operation Choke Point, today is an important day. With passage of H.R. 766, never again will Washington bureaucrats possess the power to manipulate the banking system and threaten the livelihood of legal businesses











McHenry Receives Conservative Achievement Award
Congressman Patrick McHenry was recently presented with an award from the American Conservative Union (ACU) recognizing his conservative voting record in 2014. Congressman McHenry, who enjoys a lifetime conservative rating of 95.2% from the ACU, was presented with the Conservative Achievement Award in his Washington office by ACU Chairman Matt Schlapp.  "I'm honored to again this year receive the ACU's Conservative Achievement Award," said Congressman McHenry. "As a lifelong believer in the conservative principles of small government and individual rights, I've worked tirelessly during my time in Congress to advance these causes and my voting record reflects that." Matt Schlapp, Chairman of the ACU said,“I have known Congressman McHenry for many years, personally and professionally, and he is a solid conservative leader in the House of Representatives, as reflected by his lifetime ACU rating of o











McHenry & 1776 Host Constructive Fintech Roundtable
Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (NC-10), the Vice Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee joined with Washington, DC-based incubator 1776 to host a roundtable discussion between Members of Congress and fintech entrepreneurs. The discussion focused on regulatory challenges facing the fintech industry and what policy makers in Congress can do to reduce these barriers. "Today's event provided my colleagues and I the unique opportunity to hear directly from fintech entrepreneurs about the challenges they face," said Congressman McHenry. "The companies we heard from today are revolutionizing the way we donate to charities, save for college, and shop for mortgages but Washington regulations are getting in their way. Thank you to 1776 for facilitating this constructive discussion about what can be done to reduce these barriers." The fintech companies that joined today's discussion are all member institutions at 1776. Fin











McHenry on Obamacare Repeal Veto Override Vote
Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R, NC-10) released the following statement after the House vote to override President Obama's veto of H.R. 3762, the Restoring Americans' Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act of 2015 which repealed Obamacare and cut federal funding to Planned Parenthood: “In January, Congressional Republicans sent an important message to the American people when we sent a full repeal of Obamacare and defunding of Planned Parenthood to President Obama’s desk. We showed that—with a new President—it is possible to ditch this broken law and with it all of the disastrous policies which have driven up costs and reduced the quality of healthcare for so many Americans. At the same time, we can save taxpayers the half a billion dollars currently being sent to Planned Parenthood.     “While today’s veto override vote failed, it is important to remember what can be accomplished once President Obama leaves office. I remain fully committed to repealing














 
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